Originally published on November 11th; Updated on November 12th
The Ravens and Falcons play tonight, so make sure to set your lineups before that if you have any players from those teams. Falcons' stud receiver Roddy White is "Questionable" with a knee injury, but reports are that he will play.
I'll continue to update the post with more links as the week goes on, so keep checking back. Also, feel free to e-mail me any other fantasy football links at email@example.com, and I'll consider adding them to the post.
- Projections: ESPN, CBS Sports, Sports Illustrated, Fantasy Sharks, FF Toolbox.
- Rankings: ESPN, CBS Sports, Fox Sports, Rotoworld, KFFL, Razzball, Bruno Boys, Fanhouse, Midwest Sports Fans, Eat Sleep & Drink Football, Fanhouse(IDP Rankings).
- Kardashian Fantasy Awards- Week 9 (I Hate JJ Redick)
- Detailed injury report from Will Carroll (Sports Illustrated)
- Waiver wire (Razzball)
- Waiver wire (Camel Clutch Blog)
- Start/sit (Fantasy Sharks)
- Start/sit (Fantasy Knuckleheads)
- Start/sit (Rant Sports)
- Start/sit (The Fantasy Fix)
- Sleepers (Midwest Sports Fans)
- Fantasy defense matchups (Razzball)
- Matchups (ESPN)
- Targets and touches (Fanhouse)
- 10 most intriguing players of week 10 (Pro Football Weekly)
- Flames and Lames from Brad Evans (Yahoo)
- Top 10 waiver claims (Fox Sports)
- IDP Freely (Razzball)
- Start/sit (Camel Clutch Blog)
- Fantasy impact of Chad Pennington becoming starting QB for Miami (Fanhouse)
- Matchups (Rotoworld)
- Sleepers/busts (Fantasy Football Maniaxs)
Week 10's Best
QB: Eli Manning... I actually like him over his brother this week... for probably the first time ever. Why? Eli is rolling right now. He has 12 touchdown passes over his last four games, and just put up 22 fantasy points in week seven at Dallas. Now he gets them in an even more disastrous state, and at home. Look for another 20+ fantasy point performance(unless it's such a blowout early that the Giants just run the ball like crazy second half).
RB: Arian Foster... Fantasy's leading scorer has three straight games with 21+ fantasy points, and that should continue against the Jaguars and their #22 run defense.
WR: Reggie Wayne... He's very due for a monster game. I like his chances for that to happen against the Bengals.
TE: Jacob Tamme... I swear this dude is Dallas Clark. 17 catches and two touchdowns in his two games as the Colts' starting tight end.
K: Rob Bironas... Bironas had 10+ fantasy point in five of his last six games. My second choice would be the kicker opposing him this week, Dan Carpenter.
D/ST: New York Giants... Their pass rush will give Jon Kitna hell, and the Cowboys' running game has been absolutely horrible of late, just like pretty much everything else in regards to the team.
QB: David Garrard... Threw for 260 yards, four touchdowns, and no interceptions in his last game. Now he gets the Texans, who own the league's worst pass defense.
RB: LeGarrette Blount... The Bucs should frequently have the ball in the red zone against an absolutely atrocious Panthers squad. Look for Blount to get some goal line carries and "punch" one in.
WR: Mike Sims-Walker... He finally showed up in the Jaguars' last game(8/153/1), and while he probably won't put up quite those numbers, he'll have at least a solid game against the Texans' horrible pass defense.
TE: Brandon Pettigrew... Touchdowns in three of his last four games, and faces a Bills team that has been the worst in fantasy football against tight ends(11.8 points allowed per game).
K: Lawrence Tynes... You're at least going to get some extra points out of the Giants' kicker against the Cowboys.
D/ST: San Francisco 49ers... Finally looking more like the 49ers' defense we expected to see coming into the season, and host the league's #27 offense(St. Louis) this week.
QB: Brett Favre... The Bears are 7-3 against Brett Favre teams in the Lovie Smith era. The penis texter leads the league in interceptions thrown with 13, and the Bears have 11 interceptions on defense. The Bears also have allowed the least amount of touchdown passes in the NFL(5).
RB: Matt Forte... The Vikings' run defense is still stout, and the Bears' offensive line is still opening up very few running lanes. Additionally, Chester Taylor is now the Bears' goal line back.
WR: Miles Austin... It's not his fault.
TE: Tony Gonzalez... Very good in PPR leagues, as we saw last week- eight catches for 72 yards(15 points). That's only seven points in standard leagues though. In fact, he's only had double-digit fantasy performances twice. I'm not dogging the future Hall of Famer, and I wouldn't be surprised at all if he had 10 catches for 100 yards and two touchdowns tonight, because the dude's that good. But, I'm going to predict another dud performance against a Ravens defense that is allowing just 3.4 fantasy points per game, which is #2 among fantasy defenses.
K: Ryan Longwell... The Bears are allowing the least amount of fantasy points to kickers in the NFL, and I think the Vikings' offense could struggle as I talked about with Favre. Plus, the game's in Chicago on a crappy field surface, and who knows how the weather is going to be? Just a lot of elements that I don't like for Longwell going into this one.
D/ST: Baltimore Ravens... The Falcons will put up points tonight in front of a pumped home crowd.
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