Fantasy Football Start or Sit Wide Receivers Week 10
Check out which fantasy football wide receivers should be starting or happily sitting on your bench for Week 10.
Doug Baldwin, Seattle Seahawks
Baldwin should be able take advantage of the New York Giants weakened pass rush in Week 10 and add a third wide receiver score to the two touchdowns the Giants have allowed the last two weeks, making in a WR2 for your lineup.
Kelvin Benjamin, Carolina Panthers
Benjamin faces an Eagles defense who has given up 190 yards on average per game this season. Injuries to the Eagles secondary should find Benjamin his opportunities making him Cam Newton’s No. 1 man once again in Week 10.
Side note – Let’s hope Cam Newton doesn’t throw 20 feet over Benjamin’s head each time he targets him like last week.
Mike Evans, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Evans is coming off of a hot two-touchdown, seven-target week and facing the Atlanta Falcons in Week 10. The Falcons have generously given up 229 yards to wide receivers over the past two weeks.
James Jones, Oakland Raiders
Jones could be poised for a grand outing in Week 10 against the Denver Broncos who have allowed 337 receiving yards and three touchdowns to opposing WR’s just in the last couple of weeks. Derek Carr will throw bunches to keep up, and Jones will benefit.
Sammy Watkins, Buffalo Bills
Keep an eye on his status (groin), however if Watkins plays, he’s got a matchup with upside against the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 10. With the Bills’ run game in disarray with Fred Jackson likely out, they’ll rely on achieving results through the air this week.
Eric Decker, New York Jets
Decker’s targets have been increasing with 23 over the last two weeks. Look for this to continue as Decker faces a Steelers’ defense who have allowed 456 receiving yards in the last two games.
Percy Harvin, New York Jets
Harvin, like Decker, should also benefit from the Steelers’ giving and not so scary defense. With Vick heading the team, Harvin makes an adequate WR starter.
— New York Jets (@nyjets) November 6, 2014
Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona Cardinals
Fitzgerald has been getting more looks over the last two games and now he’s facing a Rams’ defense in Week 10 who has allowed an average of 27 fantasy points per game to opposing wideouts as of late.
Larry Fitzgerald leads Arizona with 513 receiving yards, is on pace for his seventh career 1,000-yard season, the most in franchise history.
— Mike Jurecki (@mikejurecki) November 5, 2014
Martavis Bryant, Pittsburgh Steelers
Bryant has five touchdowns over the past three weeks, and his scoring streak should continue
against a worn-out New York Jets secondary who have allowed opposing wide receivers 308 yards and two touchdowns in their last two games.
Allen Robinson, Jacksonville Jaguars
For those in PPR leagues, Robinson continues to be the Jags’ most targeted receiver with 18 in the last two weeks. The Jags face Dallas in London and as usual, they’ll need to throw to keep up, making Robinson a decent flex to start in Week 10.
Terrance Williams, Dallas Cowboys
Williams has been lagging with the absence of Tony Romo. If Romo plays, Williams’ value increases. However, if the Cowboys secure a large lead, Romo could sit to preserve his back, leaving Williams out in the cold for fantasy owners in Week 10.
News Alarm: Terrance Williams (WR – Dal) Terrance Williams caught two passes on seven targets for 19 yards and no… http://t.co/dcZjp84Cfp
— Fantasy Alarm (@FantasyAlarm) November 2, 2014
Marques Colston, New Orleans Saints
Colston has only scored once this season and because no one can depend on Drew Brees targeting any one wide receiver consistently, Colston is once again a sit against the 49ers in Week 10.
Brandin Cooks, New Orleans Saints
Cooks only has 11 catches in the last three weeks, proving to be a boom or bust type of receiver as of late. The 49ers have allowed the sixth fewest fantasy points to opposing receivers in the last four weeks. Do the math.
Jordan Matthews, Philadelphia Eagles
Matthews isn’t really a viable start unless you are in a pinch. With Jeremy Maclin stealing the show each week, Matthews has only managed 87 yards and one score in the last two weeks.
Rueben Randle, New York Giants
Randle just isn’t panning out well for his fantasy owners this season, and Week 10 presents a rough road ahead with Seattle who have only allowed 35.2 fantasy points and zero touchdowns to opposing receivers over the last two weeks.
Target Report: Randle not taking advantage of huge opportunities http://t.co/IYrMUJbwn3
— FantasyLeagueGM (@JOBOOZOSO) November 6, 2014