Results 1 to 4 of 4

Thread: Fantasy Football Week 10- Lineup Rankings

  1. #1
       
    Join Date
    Jul 2010
    Location
    Elkton, MD
    Posts
    6,737
    Blog Entries
    1

    Fantasy Football Week 10- Lineup Rankings

    Bye- Arizona Cardinals, Cleveland Browns, Green Bay Packers, Washington Redskins

    Code:
    QB
    
    1.	Matt Ryan ATL @ NO
    2.	Peyton Manning DEN @ Car
    3.	Drew Brees NO vs. Atl
    4.	Tom Brady NE vs. Buf
    5.	Andrew Luck IND @ Jac
    6.	Ben Roethlisberger PIT vs. KC
    7.	Eli Manning NYG @ Cin
    8.	Josh Freeman TB vs. SD
    9.	Matthew Stafford DET @ Min
    10.	Cam Newton CAR vs. Den
    11.	Joe Flacco BAL vs. Oak
    12.	 Philip Rivers SD @ TB
    13.	Tony Romo DAL @ Phi
    14.	Andy Dalton CIN vs. NYG
    15.	Michael Vick PHI vs. Dal
    16.	Ryan Tannehill MIA vs. Ten
    17.	Alex Smith SF vs. Stl
    18.	Carson Palmer OAK @ Bal
    19.	Matt Schaub HOU @ Chi
    20.	Ryan Fitzpatrick BUF @ NE
    21.	Jake Locker TEN @ Mia- Will start after missing last 5 games.  
    22.	Christian Ponder MIN vs. Det
    23.	Blaine Gabbert JAC vs. Ind
    24.	Russell Wilson SEA vs. NYJ
    25.	Sam Bradford STL @ SF
    Code:
    RB
    
    1.	Marshawn Lynch SEA vs. NYJ- Upgraded to probable and will start.
    2.	Ray Rice BAL vs. Oak
    3.	Adrian Peterson MIN vs. Det
    4.	Doug Martin TB at Oak
    5.	LeSean McCoy PHI vs. Dal- battling illness this week, but will start.
    6.	Arian Foster HOU @ Chi
    7.	Frank Gore SF vs. Stl
    8.	Stevan Ridley NE vs. Buf
    9.	Matt Forte CHI vs. Hou 
    10.	CJ Spiller BUF @ NE
    11.	Michael Turner ATL @ NO
    12.	Rashad Jennings JAC vs. Ind
    13.	Jamaal Charles KC at SD
    14.	Willis McGahee DEN @ Car
    15.	Reggie Bush MIA vs. Ten
    16.	Ryan Mathews SD @ TB
    17.	Jamaal Charles KC @ Pit
    18.	Mikel Leshoure DET @ Min
    19.	Chris Johnson TEN @ Mia
    20.	BenJarvus Green-Ellis CIN vs. NYG
    21.	Ahmad Bradshaw NYG @ Cin
    22.	Pierre Thomas NO vs. Atl- still maddeningly sharing too much of the work load
    23.	Vick Ballard IND @ Jac
    24.	Isaac Redman PIT vs. KC- looks like he'll get the start over Jonathan Dwyer.  Don't necessarily expect a time-share.
    25.	Taiwan Jones OAK @ Bal- Gets his shot this week.
    26.	Jonathan Stewart CAR vs. Den
    27.	Fred Jackson BUF @ NE
    28.	Felix Jones DAL @ Phi
    29.	Marcel Reece OAK @ Bal- Very limited experience running the ball, but excels on passing downs. 
    30.	Stevan Jackson STL @ SF
    31.	Shonn Green NYJ @ Sea
    32.	Daniel Thomas MIA vs. Ten
    33.	Andre Brown NYG @ Cin
    34.	Joique Bell DET @ Min
    35.	Jacquizz Rodgers ATL @ NO
    36.	Michael Bush CHI vs. Hou
    37.	Daryl Richardson STL @ SF
    38.	Jonathan Dwyer PIT vs. KC- Redman is starting, so Dwyer's carries will likely be limited
    39.	Kendall Hunter SF vs. Stl
    40.	Danny Woodhead NE vs. Buf

    Code:
    WR
    
    1.	AJ Green CIN vs. NYG 
    2.	Julio Jones ATL @ NO
    3.	Brandon Marshall CHI vs. Hou
    4.	Marques Colston NO vs. Atl
    5.	Vincent Jackson TB vs. SD
    6.	Roddy White ATL @ NO
    7.	Victor Cruz NYG @ Cin
    8.	Calvin Johnson DET @ Min- Questionable.  Looks like this knee will be an issue for the rest of the season.
    9.	Wes Welker NE vs. Buf- Questionable, but likely to start. ACTIVE
    10.	Reggie Wayne IND @ Jac
    11.	Demaryius Thomas DEN @ Car
    12.	Mike Wallace PIT vs. KC
    13.	Brian Hartline MIA vs. Ten- upgraded to probable.  Has dominated other similar matchups this year
    14.	Eric Decker DEN @ Car
    15.	Andre Johnson HOU @ Chi
    16.	Miles Austin DAL @ Phi
    17.	Brandon Lloyd NE vs. Buf- Questionable, but likely to start.  ACTIVE
    18.	Torrey Smith BAL vs. Oak
    19.	Mike Williams TB vs. SD
    20.	Denarius Moore OAK @ Bal
    21.	Hakeem Nicks NYG @ Cin
    22.	DeSean Jackson PHI vs. Dal
    23.	Stevie Johnson BUF vs. NE- Questionable, but is expected to start.  ACTIVE
    24.	Malcom Floyd SD @ TB
    25.	Steve Smith CAR vs. Den
    26.	Dwayne Bowe KC @ Pit
    27.	Titus Young DET @ Min- Questionable, but likely to start.
    28.	Nate Washington TEN @ Mia
    29.	Emmanuel Sanders PIT vs. KC
    30.	Dez Bryant DAL @ Phi
    31.	Jeremy Maclin PHI vs. Dal
    32.	Anquan Boldin BAL vs. Oak
    33.	Lance Moore NO vs. Atl
    34.	Darrius Heyward-Bey OAK @ Bal
    35.	Michael Crabtree SF vs. Stl
    36.	Kenny Britt TEN @ Mia
    37.	Cecil Shorts JAC vs. Ind
    38.	TY Hilton IND @ Jac
    39.	Danny Amendola STL @ SF- Questionable, but likely to finally return this week.
    40.	Sidney Rice SEA vs. NYJ
    41.	Davone Bess MIA vs. Ten
    42.	Jeremy Kerley NYJ @ Sea
    43.	Ryan Broyles DET @ Min
    44.	Kendall Wright TEN vs. Ind
    45.	Michael Jenkins MIN vs. Det
    46.	Donnie Avery IND @ Jac- Questionable
    47.	Donald Jones BUF @ NE
    48.	Jerricho Cotchery PIT vs. KC
    49.	Laurent Robinson JAC vs. Ind
    50.	Golden Tate SEA vs. NYJ

    Code:
    TE
    
    1.	Jimmy Graham NO vs. Atl
    2.	Rob Gronkowski NE vs. Buf- Questionable, but likely to start.  ACTIVE
    3.	Tony Gonzalez ATL @ NO
    4.	Jason Witten DAL @ Phi
    5.	Heath Miller PIT vs. KC
    6.	Vernon Davis SF vs. Stl
    7.	Brandon Myers OAK @ Bal
    8.	Jermaine Gresham CIN vs. NYG
    9.	Antonio Gates SD @ TB
    10.	Owen Daniels HOU @ Chi- Questionable- GTD.  Would be a big loss if he can't go.
    11.	Brandon Pettigrew DET @ Min
    12.	Aaron Hernandez NE vs. Buf- Questionable- GTD.  Unlikely to play. (Saturday update)  INACTIVE
    13.	Martellus Bennett NYG @ Cin
    14.	Dustin Keller NYJ @ Sea
    15.	Scott Chandler BUF @ NE
    16.	Greg Olsen CAR vs. Den
    17.	Kyle Rudolph MIN vs. Det
    18.	Brent Celek PHI vs. Dal
    19.	Jared Cook TEN @ Mia
    20.	Zach Miller SEA vs. NYJ
    Code:
    K
    
    1.	Matt Bryant ATL @ NO
    2.	Lawrence Tynes NYG @ Cin
    3.	David Akers SF vs. Stl
    4.	Stephen Gostkowski NE vs. Buf
    5.	Robbie Gould CHI vs. Hou
    6.	Jason Hanson DET @ Min
    7.	Matt Prater DEN @ Car
    8.	Connor Barth TB vs. SD
    9.	Dan Carpenter MIA vs. Ten
    10.	Adam Vinatieri IND @ Jac
    11.	Shaun Suisham PIT vs. KC
    12.	Dan Bailey DAL @ Phi
    13.	Justin Tucker BAL vs. Oak
    14.	Blair Walsh MIN vs. Det
    15.	Sebastian Janikowski OAK @ Bal
    Code:
    DEF/ST
    
    1.	Pittsburgh Steelers vs. KC
    2.	Chicago Bears vs. Hou
    3.	Seattle Seahawks vs. NYJ
    4.	San Francisco 49ers vs. Stl
    5.	Detroit Lions @ Min
    6.	Denver Broncos @ Car
    7.	New York Giants @ Cin
    8.	Houston Texans @ Chi
    9.	Dallas Cowboys @ Phi
    10.	Miami Dolphins vs. Ten
    11.	New England Patriots vs. Buf
    12.	Baltimore Ravens vs. Oak
    13.	Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. SD
    14.	Minnesota Vikings vs. Det
    15.	New York Jets @ Sea
    Last edited by Trumpetbdw; 11-11-2012 at 12:38 PM.
    "So whose fault is it? It's all Trumpet's fault. Just because."

    -Andy Freeland

  2. #2
       
    Join Date
    Jul 2010
    Location
    Elkton, MD
    Posts
    6,737
    Blog Entries
    1
    Keep an eye on the status of Percy Harvin. He's unranked right now, because I'm assuming he won't play. There is noise coming out of Minnesota that Harvin is currently day to day, which would indicate that the injury isn't quite as severe as initially thought, but my guess is that they're merely doing that as a way to force Detroit into game-planning for Harvin, since the Vikings are clearly better with him on the field. If it comes out that Harvin plays, I'd have him downgraded to around 30 based on a likely limitation due to his injury.

    If you are a Harvin owner, and Emmanuel Sanders is still available on your league's wire, pick him up. Even if Harvin plays, I'd roll the dice with Sanders this week.

    I've moved TY Hilton up based on Donnie Avery being a game-time decision tonight, and I think either way he's probably the #2 WR for Indy tonight. However, I still have him only at 38. He's been coming on, but be careful not to chase last week's stats.

    Perhaps no player has been more hit or miss this year than Brian Hartline. However, thus far, his hits and misses have been rather easy to predict.

    -In 5 games, vs. NYJ (twice), Hou, Cin , and StL, Hartline has gone for 12/191/0 on 28 targets (43% catch rate), topping out at 4/59 against Cincinnati.

    -In 3 games against Oakland, Arizona, and Indianapolis, Hartline has totaled 29/471/1 on 42 targets (69% catch rate), topping 100 yards in all 3 of those matchups, with a high of 12/253 against Arizona.

    Hartline faces the Titans this week, which pushes him into my top 15 at WR.
    "So whose fault is it? It's all Trumpet's fault. Just because."

    -Andy Freeland

  3. #3
       
    Join Date
    Jul 2010
    Location
    Elkton, MD
    Posts
    6,737
    Blog Entries
    1
    Favorite desperation options this week-

    -Jake Locker- QB 21 will be facing a Dolphins defense that is tough against the run, but owns a vulnerable pass defense that has been weakened by the loss of Richard Marshall. While Locker has missed the last 5 games, in his 3 full games, he has produced the 14th highest point-per-game avg at QB.

    -Taiwan Jones- RB 25 gets a Ravens defense that has been the 4th friendliest to opposing RBs over the past 5 weeks. Marcel Reece is a converted receiver who has little experience running the ball, so expect Jones to get the bulk of the carries for Oakland. He's shown himself well in his previous limited opportunities, and certainly has the talent to surprise, as long as he can hold onto the football.

    -Emmanuel Sanders- WR 29 may not "start", as that distinction could go to Jerricho Cotchery. However, Sanders will certainly see a bunch of snaps this week filling in for Antonio Brown, and is the better of the two options. Todd Haley has all of the incentive to call an aggressive game against his former team, and Sanders could easily benefit from that play-calling as KC is likely to focus their energy on stopping Mike Wallace.

    -Kendall Wright- WR 44 has seen his snaps diminish over the past few weeks, but with the return of Jake Locker, and a poor Dolphins defense that has allowed more fantasy points to WRs than any team outside of New Orleans, Wright makes for a nice gamble if your team is ravaged by injuries, or the bye.

    -The Jets have a tough matchup this week against a Seahawks defense that gives up next to nothing at home, but the one place Seattle has been a bit vulnerable is against opposing TEs. Dustin Keller- TE 14 is an interesting option, if only because he may be the Jets only shot to move the ball offensively.
    "So whose fault is it? It's all Trumpet's fault. Just because."

    -Andy Freeland

  4. #4
       
    Join Date
    Jul 2010
    Location
    Elkton, MD
    Posts
    6,737
    Blog Entries
    1
    "So whose fault is it? It's all Trumpet's fault. Just because."

    -Andy Freeland

Tags for this Thread

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •