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2011 Fantasy Football Week 10 Start’Em Sit’Em

Dave B’s Fantasy Matchups – Start and Sit Week 10

With the NFL Fantasy football into the bye weeks now we encourage you to be checking out our FANTASY FOOTBALL WEEKLY ARTICLES for all your rankings and analysis for the upcoming week.


Week 10 is here and it starts early! There is a full slate of games this week – no byes until next week so get your lineups set early if you have players taking to the field on Thursday night.

Below is a breakdown of every game this week and who should/shouldn’t be starting for your Fantasy squad. Good Luck– I hope I can help!

Enjoy Dave B’s Fantasy Matchups – Start and Sit Week 10 and by all means, leave a message!

Oakland at San Diego 8:20 PM

This should actually be a very entertaining game. With no byes this week, there should be some good QB options – best to stay away from Carson Palmer and any of the receivers. Jacoby Ford and Danaruis Moore could be productive but are enormous Fantasy risks. Michael Bush is about the only Raider worth considering. For the Chargers, Rivers, Vincent Jackson, Ryan Matthews (if playing) and Antonio Gates have to be in lineups. Mike Tolbert even deserves flex consideration.

New Orleans at Atlanta 1:00 PM

Start Drew Brees as always, Marques Colston and Jimmy Graham without hesitation. Darren Sproles gets a start at flex for sure this week and Lance Moore could be the best of the secondary receivers. For the Falcons, Michael Turner, Roddy White, Julio Jones and Tony Gonzalez are good starts in what should be a shootout.

Pittsburgh at Cincinnati 1:00 PM

Ben Roethlisberger has become an every week play along with Mike Wallace. Antonio Brown has become a good flex play as well. Don’t hesitate on the Steelers defense either. For the Bengals, expect typically OK numbers from Andy Dalton. AJ Green has become unbenchable this season – start! Jermaine Gresham could be an OK Tight End prospect this week and if you are a gambling man, you could take a shot at Jerome Simpson who has come on of late.

St. Louis at Cleveland 1:00 PM

Steven Jackson is the only obvious start for the Rams – Brandon Lloyd is the only other to consider. For the Browns, I would stay away from everyone right now. Ben Watson may be OK and Chris Ogbonnaya could have some success against St. Louis’s brutal run defense. But he is a huge risk!

Buffalo at Dallas 1:00 PM

Never bench Fred Jackson – he will be huge this week. I like Ryan Fitzpatrick to have an OK game here as well along with Steve Johnson and possibly David Nelson. For Dallas, start Tony Romo, DeMarco Murray, Dez Bryant and Jason Witten for sure – Laurent Robinson is a very good WR3 option this week.

Jacksonville at Indianapolis 1:00 PM

This game is pretty simple – Maurice Jones-Drew is the only startworthy player. I guess Jason Hill may be OK for the Jags and Reggie Wayne could be decent for the Colts. But they could flop as easily as they could flourish.

Denver at Kansas City 1:00 PM

If desperate, I may take another shot on Tim Tebow this week. I also like Willis McGahee in this game. Eric Decker and Eddie Royal are simply risky flex plays at the moment. For the Chiefs, Matt Cassel will bounce back and is an OK QB2. However, I do like Dwayne Bowe and Steve Breaston to have success against Denver’s bad pass defense. I would stay away from KC’s running game if possible.

Washington at Miami 1:00 PM

Not too much to love in the Nation’s Capitol! Fred Davis and maybe Jabbar Gaffney are the only two that I would consider. You may take a shot on Roy Helu but don’t be surprised if Mike Shanahan utilizes Ryan Torain a whole lot this week – damn Shanahan! For the Fins, Reggie Bush is a desperation start but Brandon Marshall and even Anthony Fasano are definitely usable.

Arizona at Philadelphia 1:00 PM

Kevin Kolb is likely out again this week – keep all of your Cardinals on the bench except for Larry Fitzgerald of course! For the Eagles, expect a huge bounce back effort. Vick, McCoy, DeSean Jackson, Jeremy Maclin and Brent Celek are all excellent plays this week along with the Eagles defense.

Houston at Tampa Bay 1:00 PM

Matt Schaub has been a colossal disappointment this season so far. He may have success against Tampa but don’t expect huge things. Arian Foster is obvious and Ben Tate could be a sneaky flex. No word yet on Andre Johnson – if he plays start him. Otherwise think of Kevin Walter and Jacoby Jones as risky flex plays only. Owen Daniels should be a quality start however. For Tampa, I don’t love anyone in this game; Josh Freeman, LeGarrette Blount, Mike Williams and company are just OK starts.

Tennessee at Carolina 1:00 PM

I have a few Titans on my team – they are wildly inconsistent and seriously maddening from a Fantasy perspective. Matt Hasselbeck is a desperation start, Chris Johnson looks better and could be an OK start and the receivers are a total crap shoot. If I had to pick the receiver that will have the most success it would be Damian Williams, followed by Nate Washington and then Lavelle Hawkins. Jared Cook is a decent Tight End option this week. For Carolina, Cam Newton and Steve Smith are automatic. I also like Greg Olsen to score and think Jonathan Stewart is an OK flex option this week. Bench DeAngelo Williams until he shows he is Fantasy worthy! [ad-8469823]

Baltimore at Seattle 4:05 PM

Get all of your Ravens in your lineups – Flacco, Rice, Boldin, Torrey Smith and even Ed Dickson are fine options this week. Start the Ravens defense obviously! For the Seahawks, I trust nobody against Baltimore’s defense. Sidney Rice and Doug Baldwin could be OK options based on the fact that the Hawks will be down in this game and throwing the ball. Bench the rest – even Marshawn Lynch who is coming off his best game as a Seahawk!

Detroit at Chicago 4:15 PM

Good times in Chicago! Start Matt Stafford, Calvin Johnson and Brandon Pettigrew as always and stay away from the Lions running game. The other pass catchers for Detroit cancel each other out – Titus Young is only a slightly better option than Nate Burleson. For Chicago I like Jay Cutler this week along with Matt Forte of course and Earl Bennett.

NY Giants at San Francisco 4:15 PM

Start Eli Manning – he has been playing very well. Hakeem Nicks (if he plays), Mario Manningham, Victor Cruz and Jake Ballard are also worth a shot. Ahmad Bradshaw may have troubles versus San Fran’s #1 rated run defense but he should be in lineups as well. For the 49ers Frank Gore and Michael Crabtree are the only two reliable fantasy options. Vernon Davis may be OK as well!

New England at NY Jets 8:20 PM

The Patriots bring their high powered passing game into New York against the incredible pass defense of the Jets. Despite, Tom Brady has to be started along with Wes Welker and Aaron Hernandez. Rob Gronkowski is also a good option at Tight End. For the Jets, like Mark Sanchez this week against a poor Pats pass defense. That means that Santonio Holmes, Plaxico Burress and Dustin Keller are good options. Shonn Greene is also a quality RB2/flex this week.

Minnesota at Green Bay 8:30 PM

The Vikings will likely have to throw the ball against Green Bay. That means that Christian Ponder could be OK – not great! Percy Harvin could do well especially in PPR leagues and Visanthe Shiancoe is a good Tight End option. Start Adrian Peterson of course! For Green Bay, it’s obvious. Rodgers, Jennings, Jordy Nelson, Jermichael Finley and even James Jones have to be in lineups. James Starks could be useful as well, particularly if this game gets out of hand. Green Bay’s defense should be huge as well!




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