Dynasty Owner: Week 10 Rankings
1. Peyton Manning DEN at OAK: You just have to hope it doesn't get out of hand too early. Oakland being at home helps.
2. Aaron Rodgers GB vs. CHI: GB dropped 38 points on CHI in week 3 and Rodgers had 300+ yards and 4TDs. Expect more of the same.
3. Ben Roethlisberger PIT at NYJ: Big Ben is simply on fire, and the Steelers D is just bad enough that he has to throw for most of the game. It's a dream scenario for owners.
4. Drew Brees NO vs. SF: Brees has a healthy WR and TE unit for the first time in weeks.
5. Matt Ryan ATL at TB: Ryan has generally become a Tier 2 or Tier 3 option on most Sundays, but the matchup propels him into a top 5 play this week.
6. Cam Newton CAR at PHI: Newton should be able to damage the overpersuing Eagles D with his legs, which should make for a big game regardless.
7 . Jay Cutler CHI at GB: We know this, he'll be down and throwing it a ton.
8. Russell Wilson SEA vs. NYG: A nice matchup for Wilson, he should bounce back after a mini-slump the last couple weeks.
9 Colin Kaepernick SF at NO: Kaep likely won't throw for 300 yards in many games, but a matchup against New Orleans gives him his best shot
10 Mark Sanchez PHI vs. CAR: We're eager to see if Sanchez can be as efficient in this offense as he's looked in the pre-season and in practice.
11 Carson Palmer ARI vs. STL: We are ready to admit it, we were wrong when we thought Palmer was finished as a quality QB fantasy option.
12 Matthew Stafford DET vs. MIA: Stafford continues to dissapoint, as he's yet to have that vintage Stafford game. Maybe CJ back will help.
13 Joe Flacco BAL vs. TEN: Flacco is a coin flip who is tough to predict regardless of the matchup. Can win or lose you a week single handedly.
14 Tony Romo DAL at JAC: His back issue is really alarming, though he practiced in full on Friday. Still, Jacksonville has a surprisingly stout front 7 so this matchup isn't a slam dunk.
15 Ryan Tannehill MIA at DET: With Lamar Miller dinged up, Tannehill will have to shoulder more of the load this week.
16 Andy Dalton CIN vs. CLE: Dalton, like Flacco, is wildly inconsistent. When he's bad, he'll lose the week for you.
17 Michael Vick NYJ vs. PIT: If you are starting Vick, you probably have injury or bye issues.
18 Derek Carr OAK vs. DEN: The only plus is he'll be trailing from the coin flip on.
19 Kyle Orton BUF vs. KC: KC is extremely stingy on D and opposing quarterbacks struggle moving the ball, even the good ones. Plus Watkins is dinged up.
20 Josh McCown TB vs. ATL: McCown is a shaky play against the team that knocked him out for over a month last time they faced off.
21 Alex Smith KC at BUF: A vanilla play who will manage the game. Much better in real life than fantasy.
22 Blake Bortles JAC vs. DAL: Rookie QBs on the road shouldn't be relied upon.
23 Eli Manning NYG at SEA: The Giants line is struggling and Eli's timing looks off again. Toughest QB to figure week to week.
25 Zach Mettenberger TEN at BAL: Should be throwing often.
26 Brian Hoyer CLE at CIN: Could be a decent bye week fill in, but the red zone is dominated by the Browns RBs. If he scores it's usually a long play.
27 Austin Davis STL at ARI: Will struggle against a stout Arizona pass rush.
1 Matt Forte CHI at GB: The most complete dual threat RB by a long shot. A good shot for 100ru + 100re on any given Sunday.
2 DeMarco Murray DAL at JAC: With Romo banged up, Murray is going to be relied upon a ton. Maybe next week they'll start conserving him more.
3 LeSean McCoy PHI vs. CAR: McCoy has been quietly creeping back to elite status, just needs the breakout 2+ TD game
4 Andre Ellington ARI vs. STL: The closest thing to Forte from a pass catching perspective this year.
5 Jeremy Hill CIN vs. CLE: Another week without Gio and a suspect Browns rushing Def.
6 Marshawn Lynch SEA vs. NYG: Seahawks OC has stated they want Lynch to remain the focal point of the offense despite his stated trouble in the locker room.
7 Le'Veon Bell PIT at NYJ: We'd like Bell a lot more if he didn't lose goal line carries to Blount.
8 Jamaal Charles KC at BUF: Shares a lot of carries with Knile Davis. Smart for the team, not great for fantasy.
9 Ronnie Hillman DEN at OAK: Hillman owners are sad to see Ball return, this will likely be a riding the hot hand approach.
10 Justin Forsett BAL vs. TEN: Forsett is steady and you can pencil him in for 80+ a TD vs the Titans.
11 Eddie Lacy GB vs. CHI: Chicago hasn't stopped the run all year and Lacy found pay dirt against them in week 3.
12 Bobby Rainey TB vs. ATL: The most effective RB by far in TB this year, hopefully Lovie realizes that by now and leans on him.
13 Lamar Miller MIA at DET: Really banged up, could leave the game early if he plays.
14 Mark Ingram NO vs. SF: Has looked as good as any back since retiring from the hand injury.
15 Denard Robinson JAC vs. DAL: It's great to see Robinson finally getting a chance to show what he can do. We don't think he's a great lead RB but he needs the ball and the Jags are committed to getting it to him for now.
16 Reggie Bush DET vs. MIA
17 Joique Bell DET vs. MIA
18 Terrance West CLE at CIN
19 Christopher Ivory NYJ vs. PIT
20 Darren McFadden OAK vs. DEN
21 Steven Jackson ATL at TB
22 Darren Sproles PHI vs. CAR
23 Frank Gore SF at NO
24 Lorenzo Taliaferro BAL vs. TEN
25 Ben Tate CLE at CIN
26 Anthony Dixon BUF vs. KC
27 Bishop Sankey TEN at BAL
28 Tre Mason STL at ARI
29 Andre Williams NYG at SEA
30 Chris Johnson NYJ vs. PIT
31 Benny Cunningham STL at ARI
32 Travaris Cadet NO vs. SF
33 Jonathan Stewart CAR at PHI
34 Peyton Hillis NYG at SEA
35 DeAngelo Williams CAR at PHI
36 Charles Sims TB vs. ATL
37 Fred Jackson BUF vs. KC
38 Bryce Brown BUF vs. KC
39 Theo Riddick DET vs. MIA
40 Cedric Peerman CIN vs. CLE
41 James Starks GB vs. CHI
42 Carlos Hyde SF at NO
43 Juwan Thompson DEN at OAK
44 Devonta Freeman ATL at TB
45 Antone Smith ATL at TB
46 Lance Dunbar DAL at JAC
47 Doug Martin TB vs. ATL
48 Montee Ball DEN at OAK
49 Toby Gerhart JAC vs. DAL
50 LeGarrette Blount PIT at NYJ
1 Antonio Brown PIT at NYJ: Brown is the only real elite WR who doesn't have a viable and consistent number 2 WR to share targets with.
2 Demaryius Thomas DEN at OAK: If Denver didn't have so many options each game, Thomas would be the top ranked WR every week.
3 Jordy Nelson GB vs. CHI: Nelson always abuses Chicago, and torched them for 10 catches, 108 yards and 2 scores back in week 4. Best of all, they really can't key on him because Cobb and Lacy went off as well.
4 Julio Jones ATL at TB: Who can forget the 56 point explosion ATL had on TB on Thursday night football back in week 3? Not the TB defense, who gave up 9 rec for 161 and 2 TDs to Julio, mostly in the first half.
5 Calvin Johnson DET vs. MIA: Tough to slot Johnson after such a long layoff but both the Lions and he claim he's close to 100%.
6 Jeremy Maclin PHI vs. CAR: Maclin is dropping big game after big game regardless of the QB situation in PHI.
7 Randall Cobb GB vs. CHI: Cobb actually had just as big of a day against CHI in week 4 as Nelson, going for 113 yards and 2 TDs himself.
8 Emmanuel Sanders DEN at OAK: Sanders, like Cobb, is a number 2 who puts up stats of an elite #1. Oakland has been particularly vulnerable to quick and shifty WRs.
9 Dez Bryant DAL at JAC: A dream matchup against a horrible pass defense, Bryant is only limited by questionable QB status. Either an unhealthy Romo or a healthy Weeden - either way not ideal.
10 Brandon Marshall CHI at GB: They will probably be playing from behind, should be a lot of garbage time stats.
11 A.J. Green CIN vs. CLE: Green has had some big games against Joe Haden and Cleveland before, but he's still banged up.
12 Kelvin Benjamin CAR at PHI: Looking for a bounce back after last week's disappointing effort where he dropped several passes including a TD.
13 Roddy White ATL at TB: Should benefit from all the extra attention Julio Jones is going to get from an embarrassed TB secondary.
14 Alshon Jeffery CHI at GB: Jeffery should find the end zone this week, as he did in the first matchup in week 3.
15 Sammy Watkins BUF vs. KC: Still Buffalo's only real threat in the passing game.
16 Percy Harvin NYJ vs. PIT: The Jets want to validate the acquisition so it's time he has a big day. The QB situation is a nightmare.
17 Mohamed Sanu CIN vs. CLE: Browns number 2 corners this year (Justin Gilbert and Buster Skrine) have been torched by much less talented WRs. If Dalton is on, Sanu should feast.
18 Eric Decker NYJ vs. PIT: Pittburgh has been happy to get into shootouts lately so someone has to benefit from that on the Jets.
19 Mike Evans TB vs. ATL: Evans is quickly gaining ground on Watkins and Benjamin in the top rookie WR discussion. Unguardable in the end-zone.
20 Vincent Jackson TB vs. ATL: Jackson, like Evans above, presents a tough mismatch against an Atlanta secondary that has struggled mightily against WRs in the red-zone.
21 Mike Wallace MIA at DET: Wallace has quietly bounced back after a disappointing first year in Miami.
22 Steve Smith BAL vs. TEN: Smith has been relatively quiet for the last few weeks, feels like a bounce back monster game coming this week.
23 Larry Fitzgerald ARI vs. STL: Palmer and Fitzgerald continue to defy their age and put up big numbers.
24 Golden Tate DET vs. MIA: Will be interesting to see what effect Calvin returning has, was elite while CJ was out.
25 Anquan Boldin SF at NO: Should be a high scoring affair, but in the 49ers offense you never know who's going to benefit. Kaepernick can just as easily run it in for a couple scores.
26 Odell Beckham Jr. NYG at SEA: Beckham seems to have surpassed Ruben Randle as the #1 WR in NY. This week, however, that probably means more Richard Sherman.
27 Torrey Smith BAL vs. TEN: His bounce-back from a nightmare start continues, Tenessee DBs haven't covered anyone all year.
28 Martavis Bryant PIT at NYJ: Has scored in every game he's played in so far (4). That trend has to stop, right?
29 Allen Robinson JAC vs. DAL: The most consistent WR for Jacksonville so far, if nothing else should get close to 8-10 catches. Better in a PPR format like Dynasty Owner.
30 Doug Baldwin SEA vs. NYG: Says he's fully healthy and ready to resume his ascension to the number 1 WR in SEA since Harvin was dealt.
31 Brandin Cooks NO vs. SF: Sean Payton is finding ways to get cooks the ball, finally. He's becoming what everyone thought he would at the start of the season.
32 Michael Crabtree SF at NO: Maddeningly inconsistent, but match-up is ideal this week.
33 Michael Floyd ARI vs. STL: A nice matchup against a STL secondary who struggles against big WRs like Floyd.
34 James Jones OAK vs. DEN: Surprisingly effective as a number 2 option in the Oakland passing game.
35 Rueben Randle NYG at SEA:
36 Justin Hunter TEN at BAL
37 Terrance Williams DAL at JAC
38 Andre Holmes OAK vs. DEN
39 Kenny Britt STL at ARI
40 Kendall Wright TEN at BAL
41 Davante Adams GB vs. CHI
42 Marques Colston NO vs. SF
43 Dwayne Bowe KC at BUF
44 Taylor Gabriel CLE at CIN
45 John Brown ARI vs. STL
46 Kenny Stills NO vs. SF
47 Allen Hurns JAC vs. DAL
48 Cecil Shorts JAC vs. DAL
49 Harry Douglas ATL at TB
50 Robert Woods BUF vs. KC
51 Denard Robinson JAC vs. DAL
52 Jordan Matthews PHI vs. CAR
53 Markus Wheaton PIT at NYJ
54 Miles Austin CLE at CIN
55 Jerricho Cotchery CAR at PHI
56 Jermaine Kearse SEA vs. NYG
57 Steve Johnson SF at NO
58 Tavon Austin STL at ARI
59 Jarvis Landry MIA at DET
60 Riley Cooper PHI vs. CAR
61 Travis Benjamin CLE at CIN
62 Wes Welker DEN at OAK
63 Stedman Bailey STL at ARI
64 Brian Hartline MIA at DET
65 Brandon Lloyd SF at NO
66 Kenbrell Thompkins OAK vs. DEN
67 Paul Richardson SEA vs. NYG
68 Chris Hogan BUF vs. KC
69 Nate Washington TEN at BAL
70 Louis Murphy TB vs. ATL
TIGHT END RANKINGS
1 Jimmy Graham NO vs. SF: Getting closer to full health, scary for opponents.
2 Julius Thomas DEN at OAK: The Broncos have said they want to get him involved a lot more this week. That's a good sign, as he's been a lousy fantasy option the last few weeks.
3 Martellus Bennett CHI at GB: Had his best game of the season against GB earlier in the season.
4 Greg Olsen CAR at PHI: Mr. Consistent, Cam's most reliable pass catcher in the red-zone.
5 Travis Kelce KC at BUF: Still curious that he rarely plays more than 60% of the snaps but he is becoming a safe bet for 40+ yards and a TD every other game.
6 Owen Daniels BAL vs. TEN
7 Larry Donnell NYG at SEA
8 Jason Witten DAL at JAC
9 Heath Miller PIT at NYJ
10 Delanie Walker TEN at BAL
11 Jared Cook STL at ARI
12 Zach Ertz PHI vs. CAR
13 Charles Clay MIA at DET
14 Mychal Rivera OAK vs. DEN
15 Vernon Davis SF at NO
16 Jace Amaro NYJ vs. PIT
17 Scott Chandler BUF vs. KC
18 John Carlson ARI vs. STL
19 Jermaine Gresham CIN vs. CLE
20 Clay Harbor JAC vs. DAL
21 Austin Seferian-Jenkins TB vs. ATL
22 Jim Dray CLE at CIN
23 Lance Kendricks STL at ARI
24 Eric Ebron DET vs. MIA
25 Gary Barnidge CLE at CIN
26 Andrew Quarless GB vs. CHI
27 Richard Rodgers GB vs. CHI
28 Luke Willson SEA vs. NYG
29 Joseph Fauria DET vs. MIA
30 Levine Toilolo ATL at TB
1 Denver Broncos DEN at OAK
2 Baltimore Ravens BAL vs. TEN
3 Arizona Cardinals ARI vs. STL
4 Dallas Cowboys DAL at JAC
5 Seattle Seahawks SEA vs. NYG
6 Cincinnati Bengals CIN vs. CLE
7 Detroit Lions DET vs. MIA
8 Miami Dolphins MIA at DET
9 Kansas City Chiefs KC at BUF
10 Pittsburgh Steelers PIT at NYJ
11 Philadelphia Eagles PHI vs. CAR
12 Buffalo Bills BUF vs. KC
13 Green Bay Packers GB vs. CHI
14 Carolina Panthers CAR at PHI
15 St. Louis Rams STL at ARI
16 New Orleans Saints NO vs. SF
17 Atlanta Falcons ATL at TB
18 Cleveland Browns CLE at CIN
19 San Francisco 49ers SF at NO
20 New York Giants NYG at SEA
21 Tampa Bay Buccaneers TB vs. ATL
22 Jacksonville Jaguars JAC vs. DAL
23 New York Jets NYJ vs. PIT
24 Tennessee Titans TEN at BAL
25 Chicago Bears CHI at GB
26 Oakland Raiders OAK vs. DEN