Fantasy Football Week 10: Start’em / Sit’em

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Wide Receiver

Eric Decker, BUF (70%, 9) – Has been one of the most consistent players in fantasy football this season with double-digit point totals in every game this year. With Fitzpatrick playing Thursday night against a Bills D that has been mediocre against fantasy WRs, Decker is a good bet to hit double figures again.

Martavis Bryant, CLE (65%, 8) – QB Ben Roethlisberger practiced this week which could lead to a big game for Bryant if he plays. The Browns D should be focused on stopping Antonio Brown which could mean single coverage for Bryant and a big fantasy line this week.

Calvin Johnson, @GB (69%, 12) – I never thought I’d see Calvin on this list, but this is the 2nd time already this year that his start percentage was under 75. QB Matt Stafford has struggled, but you paid a premium for Megatron and will hate yourself if he has a big game on your bench. He’s still talented enough to be match-up independent.

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Tavon Austin, CHI (48%, 9) -The Bears have struggled to stop short passes in the flat and over the middle all year. That is where Austin does the majority of his work and he could have some big plays against the Bears young LB core this week (I hope not!).

Allen Hurns, @BAL (46%, 10) – Is questionable, so check the injury report Sunday before putting him in your lineup. If he’s healthy, Hurns is a must start. He’s scored in six consecutive games and the Ravens secondary might be the worst in the league.

Davante Adams, DET (41%, 9) – Looked healthy last week for the first time all season and had an impressive 7-93 line on 11 targets. Adams has a favorable match-up against a suspect Lions secondary and could have a huge game.

Kamar Aiken, JAX (14%, 8) – The loss of Steve Smith Sr elevated Aiken to the Ravens top receiver role which should lead to at least a slight uptick in targets and fantasy production. Aiken is a solid WR3/Flex start.

Dorial Green-Beckham, CAR (4%, 6) – Sleeper pick who had 10 targets last week and could see a similar number this Sunday with Kendall Wright unlikely to play. DGB has the physical attributes of a #1 WR and could be an impact fantasy asset in the second half of the season.

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