We are in a double number! Yes, fantasy football is all the way, as we’re into week 10 and Thanksgiving is just around the corner. Heck, your trading deadline is approaching, as always with the fantasy football rankings, don’t forget the buys and sells, lot 101 (links below), which helps you with trading decisions and lineups (find me in the comments section) – plus, Fun Classes of the Week: Football Party Food!
*** Oh! And we may have found a solution to the rating tool issue with Fantasy Nation (via Football Diehards). All three score formats work and can be edited by me (unlike above), and the tool will let you scroll on Android (browser) without using two fingers! Yay! ***
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2022 Week 10 Fantasy Football Sleepers
🚨 heads They sleep. They won’t imitate my ranking 100%. This chases the upside and often carries more risks.
Possible start: Daniel Jones, NYG Jones had his worst game of the season before the farewell, but it came against a decent, sneaky defense (Seahawks). With a week off to reset and plan the Texans game, Jones should be bouncing…well, mainly for the showdown and not for Jones’ passing ability. It’s Jones’ legs really that boost his fantasy value, with three over 68-yard games and his 20-plus game coming with a quick touchdown (or two). Hopefully Jones doesn’t suffocate like he did in Week 8.
Possible start: Rashad White, tuberculosis – Reports suggest that the Buccaneers could lean more on White as the end of the season approaches, and against the Seahawks, it could start this week. While the Seahawks’ defense against the receivers is better than expected, they are highly vulnerable to a knock on their backs, as Austin Eckler knocked them out with a 12-12-96-1 streak, Alvin Kamara had a 6-6-91, and Jafonte Williams He went 12-11-65-0 in Week 1, and even James Conner put in 5-5-19 on his comeback last week.
Beginning of Mary’s Salute: Isiah Pacheco, KC – As mentioned in the podcast, I don’t want to do anything with the Chiefs and the Broncos and the Rams and the Bills backfields…if possible. Yes, we’ll probably have to use someone every week, especially with the Chiefs and Bills crimes, and this time, we can shoot Pacheco’s upside. This is the hope of landing and running while continuing to drive. The backfield is real commission with Jerick McKinnon beating the others, but Pacheco will likely see more running (no pun intended) with a healthy drive, which the Chiefs should have had against the Jaguars.
Possible start: DeAndre Carter, LAC Josh Palmer’s advice pays off well, so let’s turn to Carter this week. It was a good choice in week nine, but there is an upside for more against the 49ers, despite what it might appear on paper. There are 49 players near the top of the league in 20-yard receptions, and yes, a few of them went to Cooper Kupp on their own, but even the Panthers had four receptions in the fifth week. 10.4 air/TGT and 20.8% of receptions go for more than 20 yards, despite basically playing out of the hole. There is a high chance that Carter will come big and not fail.
Possible start: Wan’Dale Robinson, NYG – From weeks 6-8, Robinson tied with Darius Slayton to lead the team in target percentage (17.6) and has the most receptions (11) while only one of three players to catch touchdowns. That’s it with his 3-2-15-0 losing game before farewell (thank you Daniel Jones). It’s the previous two games that we hope he emulates, because the match is favorable (Texas), as long as the Giants don’t go out too soon and run out of time.
Marie Start Greetings: Donovan Peoples-Jones, Klee – Oddly enough, Amari Cooper dominates the inside and struggles a bit on the road, which is where the DPJ came into being. The Browns have had three games on the road versus five at home, however, Peoples-Jones have 20-13-215 on the road and 26-17-202 at home. Brown is also heading to Miami in what we can hope to be a penalty shootout and game two for Jacoby Brissett trying 40+ passes this year.
HAIL MARY START: Cade Otton, TB Even if Cameron Bratt returns, I’m willing to gamble on Otton, who has been third on the team in TmTGT% since week 4 (Brate played in weeks 4 and 6). Otton also ranks second in red zone and end zone goals during this stretch, turning in the 30-22-242-1 streak. What really helps is the compatibility with the Seahawks. No opponent failed to score at least 5.2 on the tight end – TJ Hockenson destroyed them in Week 4, Zach Ertz had a 5-40-1 last week and even Tanner Hudson managed 3-58-0.
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Best food for football parties
He’s back on food this week, and I have a huge appetite to fight this flu…or whatever. I’ve always gone the hungry path when I’m sick – some people just don’t want to eat anything – so I thought, “Why not rank the top 10 football party foods?” It’s the middle of the NFL season, after all, so let’s delve into… the ranks… and some great meals. Glad to hear your suggestions too. I always love trying new food/snacks.
- Pizza Why throw a soccer party if you don’t have pizza? I’ll even eat multiple types of pizza – bites, wraps, bagels, etc – in addition to the regular pizza.
- Buffalo chicken dip – I can only suppose that this is the taste of the streets of paradise. I have to split it on my plate or eat the whole bowl.
- wings He might rank higher if not for the endless need for handkerchiefs/handkerchiefs. Louisiana flavor is my point (or Wingstop).
- sliders – It’s really a category of its own, but whether it’s a burger, BBQ, chicken, etc., these are essential, especially for their ease of eating versus full-size burgers.
- soft pastries – I may be crazy, but I love some perfectly soft pastries – whether it’s a giant “bread” everyone shares, bites, or a whole pastry – and there are so many variations, from salt to cinnamon sugar to everything and more.
- Buffalo Chicken Rolls – It’s kind of like spring rolls (size and makeup) but filled with buffalo chicken. Easy to make, eat and love.
- Chips – Utz over Lays!
- pigs in a blanket – Did you know that the plural is pigs in blankets? Cute, isn’t it?
- Mac and Cheese – An easy side, very tasty, and you can add different courses to it.
- Taco / dip layer / nachos – You could argue that this should rank higher, I wouldn’t argue much, but buffalo chicken dip is much better, and I hate beans, especially the re-cooked balls of dipping. If I leave the beans out, I’ll dive in!
Bonus: monkey bread – If you haven’t had it before (maybe you didn’t realize that’s what it was called), do yourself a favor and earn some next time. Like chicken wings, it involves a lot of manual cleaning afterwards, but that’s what clouds in the sky taste like. Imagine a Cinnabon center – you get it in every bite!
Buying and selling
- Justin Herbert, QB, LAC – I’m far from Herbert’s gun, but he hasn’t had a full set of guns this year, and if Kennan Allen and/or Mike Williams can make a comeback, the Chargers have a mid-range schedule, as Herbert still has a lot of upside.
- Michael Carter, RB, NYJ – Yes, back-field division, but a proper schedule, and managers might consider “sell high” from a good game.
- Joss Edwards, RB, BAL – Crows are in bye, Edwards is the lead when he’s healthy and should be back in Week 11.
- Cortland Sutton, WR, DEN – It was here last week that Jerry Judy had a bad stretch earlier this year, and now Sutton is in the middle. I don’t expect the top 20 Russian brands for Sutton, but the directors are giving him up completely.
- Deontay Johnson, WR, pit – Also here last week, letting Chase Claypool narrow down the tree passing Kenny Beckett, and the volume was really up with Johnson anyway.
- Michael Bateman, WR, IND – Sam Ehlinger’s quarterback is worrisome, but Pittman is still in the WR3 conversation alongside the likes of other boom/breakdown options like Gabriel Davis.
- Pat Freermouth, TE, Pete As with Johnson, Freiermuth would benefit from having Claypool out of the equation.
- Justin Fields, QB, CHI – We discussed ROS fields in the athlete fantasy football He’s getting close to the top five in QB, but some have already put him there. I’m still dealing with Tua Tagovailoa, so if others in your league see it as better than Joe Burrow/Kyler Murray/etc, you’ll get the highest return value – even if Fields continues this…running.
- Joe Mixon, RB, CIN – Not only because of all those touchdowns in Week 9, but the Bengals have one of the worst appearance schedules in the fantasy playoffs.
- Josh Jacobs, RB, LV Jacobs might be hard to sell right now, but you could argue that it’s just a rough extension of the Conquerors, when in fact the timeline doesn’t look great from weeks 14-17, and the Conquerors could start looking until 2023.
- Tyler Boyd, WR, CIN Seems obvious, but there are a lot of inexperienced leagues with managers who might bite with Ja’Marr Chase.
- Darnell Mooney, WR, CHI Fields took a few shots with Claypool in his first game with the Bears. Mooney was fine as king of size in the Bears passing game, and dropping Mooney up to five percentage points in the TmTGT% would be a huge blow to his value.
Week 10 Fantasy Football Predictions
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Fantasy Football Week 10 Rankings
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- We may have found a solution to the rating tool issue with Fantasy Nation (via Football Diehards). All 3 results work and can be modified by me (unlike above), and the tool will let you scroll on your Android (browser) without using two fingers! Yay!
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