Start Em Sit Em

We are back this week with another Start Em Sit Em fantasy post for the 2020 NFL season. We are starting to see patterns take shape and good fantasy options against bad teams or bad matchups. See who I have for Start Em Sit Em for this week in week 10 of the NFL season.

Start Em Sit Em QBs

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Drew Lock: Drew Lock plays the Raiders this week so you know it is an automatic start. Raiders cannot defend anything, making the Broncos offense a must start.

Tua Tagovailoa: Tua will slowly get into a groove, more than he already is. He’s only going to get more comfortable after every game. As the Dolphins play the Chargers, all of their games have been high scoring. Expect big fantasy production in this one.

Jared Goff: The Rams play the pretentious Seahawks defense. On paper, the Seahawks have great talent, but they look bad. Until they make a change at Defensive Coordinator, teams against the Seahawks should have good production

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Ryan Tannehill: The Titans signed up for mediocrity with Ryan Tannehill. Against the Colts stingy offense, it just doesn’t look like a good day for Ryan.

Joe Burrow: With the Bengals facing one of the best defenses in the league in the Steelers, one can’t be too excited about Burrow’s matchup. Expect the Steelers to play better defense this week after the closer-than-it-needed-to-be game with the Cowboys.

Jake Luton: Jake Luton had a decent week against the Texans. But, it’s the Texans, so don’t be too excited about Luton yet. Sit him against the Packers and see how much better he does.

Start Em Sit Em RBs

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Kareem Hunt: Kareem’s time of being a solid fantasy option is coming to a close soon. With the Browns facing the Texans, squeeze all the fantasy production you can out of him before Nick Chubb comes back.

James Conner: The Steelers play the leaky defense. They might be able to just run all over the Bengals and win. James Connor should be involved heavily for this week.

Antonio Gibson: The Lions defense sucks, there is no doubt about it. With that, Antonio Gibson should be a must start this week. With really only other option being Terry McLaurin, Gibson should eat against the Lions.

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Jerick McKinnon: The 49ers suck without Jimmy G. He is still the answer for the 49ers at this moment. With that being said, the 49ers can’t play and will have to throw against most teams, like the Saints this week. This will leave Jerick McKinnon without much production.

Chris Carson/DeeJay Dallas: The Seahawks play the stout Rams defense. Russell Wilson will be the overall factor (like he is every week). The RBs won’t be much involved this week as the Seahawks will be throwing the ball.

Josh Jacobs: I love my man Josh Jacobs, but his fantasy production is dipping as the Raiders find more confidence in Devontae Booker. Josh Jacobs is still the clear #1 back, but his fantasy production will continue to dip. Throw in the fact that the Raiders play the Broncos this week and I don’t like his matchup.

Start Em Sit Em WRs

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Allen Robinson: Having Allen Robinson on my fantasy team is nice. Not only is Minnesota’s defense terrible, but with Dalvin Cook, the Vikings are competitive. That’ll force the Bears to throw to win, which means fantasy points for Allen Robinson.

Will Fuller V: I think it is clear to say that Will Fuller V is the #1 receiver for the Texans. As the Texans face the Browns in what should be a competitive game, Will Fuller V should get plenty of looks.

Cooper Kupp/Robert Woods: Before the season I was high on these two. Now, I am so out on them. This will be a good week for them for the same reason Goff will have a good week: They play the Seahawks. This game will be competitive so this 1-2 punch should have a lot of points.

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Adam Thielen: Thielen was one of the best fantasy WRs before Dalvin Cook came back. The Vikings will play through Dalvin Cook. That’s great for Cook fantasy owners and bad for Thielen fantasy owners. Throw in that the Vikings play the stingy Bears Defense, look for Thielen to disappoint.

AJ Brown: I love AJ Brown, but not for this week. With him and Jonnu Smith being the only reliable receiving options on the Titans, they might struggle against the Colts defense. Look to sit the stud in this one.

DeVante Parker: DeVante Parker can’t get over that hump of being that star. It’s annoying because the talent is there. With the Dolphins facing the Chargers, I can’t see very good things for him. I could be wrong, but I just don’t see it.

TEs

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TJ Hockenson: The Lions play the Washington Football Team in what should be a competitive game. This means more passing and more targets for TJ. He should be a solid start this week.

Robert Tonyan: The Packers play the Jaguars means it will be easy for the Packers to win and be open. Robert Tonyan is the unofficial 2nd receiving option behind Davante Adams. Tonyan should continue his tear against the Jaguars.

Ross Dwelley: I don’t like the 49ers to win this week but I do like the passing production. Saints have had trouble guarding TEs this year, this is a sneaky good start for TEs.

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Jonnu Smith: Same thing for AJ Brown and Ryan Tannehill. Colts defense good. Bad for Titans players. Yada yada.

Mark Andrews: The Ravens play the Titans who have a decent defense at least against TEs. Sure, he is one of the more prevalent receiving options, it just isn’t a good look this week.

Hunter Henry: The Chargers play the Dolphins who play hard for Brian Flores. The defense may not have much talent but it is still a solid defense. With other options to throw to in Los Angeles, Hunter Henry is the odd man out here.

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