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Start/Sit: Week 10

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Start: Justin Fields

Fields had his incredible breakout game, where he ran for a QB record 178 yards against the Dolphins. Fields passing numbers are not out of this world, but his rushing ability automatically gives him weekly RB1 upside. Fields is facing off against the Lions defense that has allowed the 3rd most fantasy points to QBs, and given his extra unique ability as a rusher, Fields has top 5 potential for Week 10.

Sit: Kirk Cousins

Cousins has been a solid stream QB for most the year, but a matchup against the Bills may leave Cousins better on the bench. The bills have allowed the 3rd fewest fantasy points per game and the 6th lowest yards per attempt. Cousins has been productive to the point he usually has been, but a tough matchup against the Bills does not bode well for the underrated slinger.

Start: Tony Pollard

Pollard led the backfield the last time we saw him against the Bears, and made the most of Zeke's absence. Pollard is the more explosive and efficient back, and even given limited carries he should still be a viable fantasy option. In week 10, the Cowboys are facing the Packers who have been beat by RBs that is 18th against fantasy backs so far this year. With Pollard, the risk of Zeke dominating the workload is always there, but Pollard should make the most out of his receiving work and carries.

Sit: Raheem Mostert

Mostert saw Jeff Wilson take a hit from his workload, even though Mostert found the end zone. Jeff Wilson ended up taking the most receiving work of the two, a role that was supposed to belong to Mostert, and most of the red zone touches. Wilson was more productive and efficient and benefited from two touchdowns as well. Mike McDaniels knows Wilson well, so there should be very little time needed to introduce him into the offense. Mostert is trending down.

Start: Amon-Ra St. Brown

Amon-Ra has been underwhelming since his blow up weeks, but should be in line for a big game against the Bears. St. Brown has a huge target share, and is bound for a blow up game where he will lineup against Kyler Gordon, who has allowed a passer rating of 113.8 so far. The Lions have the capability to be a high scoring offense, and should look to continue to feed St. Brown.

Sit: Gabe Davis

Davis has been a boom or bust so far this year, but has a shot at being a huge bust candidate in Week 10. Minnesota has allowed some big plays in the passing game, but with Josh Allen potentially being out, there seems to be little upside with Davis. If Case Keenum steps into the starting role, Davis will likely see some targets, but the big play TD will not be there. Diggs should be the focus target for Keenum should he play.

Start: Tyler Higbee

The Cardinals have been bad against TEs this season. Bad. Higbee has been the most reliable target not names Cooper Kupp this year, and should see plenty of production against the Cardinals defense. If Stafford is out with a concussion, Higbee should still see production with John Wolford with is familiar with Higbee.

Sit: Pat Freiermuth

Pat has been one of the most consistent TEs this year, but has un unfavorable matchup against the Saints, who have allowed only 1 TD to TEs this year. Muth is unlikely to be productive due to matchup and the Steelers early offensive struggles.

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