Fantasy Football Week 10 Rankings

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With the last major bye week underway, Week 10 will again be without a number of top fantasy players. As Houston, Indianapolis, Minnesota, New England, San Diego, and Washington begin their bye, the number one fantasy quarterback (Andrew Luck), running back (Arian Foster), and tight end (Rob Gronkowski) will all be absent from your starting lineup this week, as fantasy teams throughout the country will have to adjust with a shortened roster. To see which players will fill the void atop the Fantasy Football Week 10 Rankings check out each position below.

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Notable Matchup:

Ben Roethlisberger (@NYJ):

After 12 touchdowns and 90 fantasy points in the past two weeks, it’s hard not to like Ben Roethlisberger in Week 10 as he’s playing the worst-rated pass defense in the league. But before you assume Big Ben’s next big game is this week, keep in mind that the Steelers quarterbacks numbers are significantly different on-the-road than they are at home. He’s averaging more than twice the fantasy points at home (31.04) than he is on-the-road (14.075) and though the 31-year old is playing the best football of his career, I remain skeptical of his ability to play outside of Pittsburgh. He put up more fantasy points in his worst game at home (Week 7 against Houston, 19.55 fantasy points) than he did in his best game on-the-road (Week 3 in Carolina, 17.90 fantasy points).