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Week 10 – Starts and Sits

Editors Note:- Throughout the season each week @coachschepps will be posting his Starts and Sits. You can also find this on the podcast. Subscribe to the Toilets To Titles podcast and tune in Tuesday nights, 830 PM Eastern https://www.youtube.com/c/ToiletsToTitles

Dudes

QB – Tom Brady @ Washington Football Team

Tom Brady coming off of a week of rest against the worst passing defense in the NFL, doesn’t get any better than this.

QB – Dak Prescott Vs. Atlanta

Dak and the Cowboys had their worst performance of the season in week 9 and I believe they’ll be on a warpath in this one. Dan Quinn will be giving Kellen Moore some info to help him prepare a game plan this week. Dak to the moon.

RB – Devin Singletary @ New York Jets

Zack Moss was diagnosed with a concussion in week 9 so Devin Singletary should be in the driver seat this week. The New York Jets defense has been absolutely abysmal against the run. The Bills were embarrassed last week and they’ll be ready to RUN up the score in this one.

RB – Javonte Williams Vs. Philadelphia

Last week, Javonte Williams averaged 6.5 YPC on 17 carriers while Melvin Gordone averaged 3.1 on 21 carries. This game will likely be closer than Denver’s last match-up so i don’t expect them to run 38 times but I do expect Williams to receive more touches than Gordon, he’s earned it. The Eagles are allowing 29 PPG to opposing RBs. Expect big things from Williams.

WR – AJ Brown Vs. New Orleans

AJB is coming off a week where he had limited production. This week, the Titans should have a hard time running the football and I expect them to lean heavily on the pass. The Saints defense is allowing about 40 PPG to opposing WRs, this is a great set up for a bounce back performance from Brown.

WR – Deonte Harris @ Tennessee

Harris went 3/35 in week 8 & 6/52 in week 9. I believe he’s gaining steam and is becoming one of Siemian’s favorite targets. The Titans defense has allowed the most fantasy points to opposing WRs this season, expect a breakout game from Harris.

TE – Noah Fant Vs. Philadelphia

Fant is likely to return from the COVID list this week and he gets to face an Eagles defense that has allowed the most points to opposing TEs this season.

Duds

QB – Jalen Hurts @ Denver

After seeing what Denver did against Dak and the Cowboys last week, I have 0 faith Jalen Hurts will be able to get it done this week.

QB – Baker Mayfield @ New England

The Patriots defense has given up the 2nd least fantasy points to opposing QBs this season. Mayfield had a solid performance against the Bengals last week but this week he’ll come back down to earth.

RB – Antonio Gibson Vs. Tampa Bay

One of the biggest disappointments this fantasy season has to be AG. His YPC has gone down from 4.7 in 2020 to 4.0. He still has time to bounce back but this is not the week. Sit him.

RB – James Robinson @ Indianapolis

Robinson sat out last week’s matchup with a heel injury but is expected to return in week 10 just in time for a division match-up with the Colts. The Jags will likely use a committee approach this week and even if they don’t, the Colts defense is one of the best in the league against the run…I’m just not comfortable with this one.

WR – Deandre Hopkins Vs. Carolina

Stephon Gillmore has been a great addition to the Panthers secondary and will likely shadow Hopkins this week. Deandre sat out last week with a hamstring injury and is considered day to day. I think he’ll play but I don’t think fantasy players should start him.

WR – Chiefs WRs @ LVR

The Chiefs offense has had an off season up until this point. I keep waiting for Mahomes to get back to his old self but it just hasn’t happened yet. The Raiders defense is playing great football and I think that’ll lead to Mahomes and the Chiefs offense continuing their struggles.

TE – Dallas Goedert @ Denver

Goedert has played decently this season but he hasn’t taken the step I expected after the Eagles moved on from Zach Ertz. He’ll head to Denver this week and face a Broncos defense that has played TEs very well this season.

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