Week 9 Rewind – Week 10 Outlook


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Ben Roethlisberger

Big Ben has been Fantastic in his last two match-ups, which many experts believed that those match-ups were all that favorable.  He has been a top scoring quarterback in any format the past two weeks, week 8 he managed a “40 burger” and was able to manage at least a “30 burger” in week 9.  My fantasy advice us that Big Ben has played his way into your fantasy lineup.  I don’t expect another 6 touchdown performance, but with a more favorable schedule down the stretch I expect consistent play and a must start.

Mark Sanchez

Nick Foles owners have been somewhat disappointed in their quarterback this season depending on where they drafted him.  He was expected to be in the upper tier and had failed to provide those consistent numbers.  We all remember the mark Sanchez “Butt Fumble” , but I believe Mark Sanchez has found a better system that fits his abilities.  If you are a Foles owner and were able to add Sanchez I don’t expect much of a drop off from Sanchez and if it was an option I would feel comfortable playing him against a sub par secondary in CAR.

Running Backs

LeSean McCoy

McCoy has been one of the first round fantasy busts this year to say the least.  The name is always difficult to sit, but when the likes of Lamar Miller, Justin Forset, and Matt Asiata have more fantasy points this season sitting McCoy has to become an option.  I am going to tell you why how the Nick Foles injury will affect McCoy greatly in a positive way.  With Foles PHI was running the ball only 30% of the time, but in Mark Sanchez duty in week 9 they ran the ball more than 50% of the time.  I expect McCoy to see an increase in production and touches going forward.

Denard Robinson

Denard Robinson has shown some consistency in the Jaguars back field and he seems to be the lead back. With RB being inconsistent this season Denard Robinson could definitely start on some fantasy rosters.  However, it is Worrisome that he plays on such a bad team.

Denver Broncos Running backs 

With Montee Ball getting closer and closer to his return.  Ronnie Hillman has been good, but coaches have said the will lean towards the “hot-hand” approach.  This philosophy never works well for fantasy Hillman scored last week, but he averaged only 1.6 yards per carry.  I would be very careful with the Denver Running Backs going forward especially when Ball returns. However, this week vs OAK i would roll with Hillman.

Wide Receivers:

Jeremy Maclin

Maclin shouldn’t be in question with Mark Sanchez, Sanchez is good enough and we shouldn’t see much of a drop off from Foles.  Maclin was the steal of many drafts based on the numbers he has produced this season.  Don’t be worried about the Foles injury Maclin will NOT suffer.

Mike Evans

Evan’s had a big week 9 and some may call it inconsistency, but I am telling you that Evans will have a BIG second half the Bucs want to get him more targets and they will.  He is a huge target with great hands I believe his has potential to be a top 15 WR in the second half.  If I have him I am playing the match-ups and if there is a favorable match-up on the schedule I am starting him.

Odell Beckham Jr.

ODB jr has been great since coming back from injury and I am not concerned about the match-up vs SEA.  SEA DEF is not the same from a year ago and struggle with smaller shifty WR.  ODB has the whole package not a huge target but shifty, strong, and has no lack of confidence.  He believes he can beat any corner on any play and Eli realizes how good he is and he will see plenty of targets on any given sunday.

Tight Ends Tiers Week 10 projection

Tier 1 Must Starts:

Jimmy Graham

Greg Olsen

Julius Thomas

Jason Witten

Tier 2 Quality Starts

Owen Daniels

Heath Miller

Larry Donnell

Tier 3 Average Starts

Mychal Rivera

Martellus Bennett

Travis Kelce

Zach Ertz

Thank you for reading the WEEK 9 Round-Up Stay tuned for WEEK 10 Rankings and don’t forget to follow our team for all the latest fantasy advice #fantasyreaList Team


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