Dave B’s Fantasy Week 10 RB Rankings – DFS
Week 10 is almost here! It’s time to start thinking about locking in your Fantasy lineups. The running back position will once again be the difference maker – choose right and ride your back’s effort to the win. Choose wrong and suffer through a Fantasy loss!
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So which Running Back studs can you count on for a big performance this week? Let’s take a look at the top 5 Fantasy RB plays for Week 10.
1.Todd Gurley, Rams
Gurley is the best option this week by far with Devonte Freeman on a bye. He has never produced less than 135 combined yards and a TD at home – he should easily hit his average this week. The Bears have been decent against the run this year – just 2 rushing TDs against but they are allowing 4.7 yards per carry.
With 25 touches almost guaranteed Gurley should feast. 125 yards and a TD is almost a certainty to go along with 3-5 catches for another 24-40 yards.
2.DeAngelo Williams, Steelers
Chris Ivory and Todd Gurley scored 2 TDs apiece against the Browns this year – no reason to think that Williams who enters off 170 yards and 2 TDs against the Raiders won’t. Pittsburgh will want to control this game on the ground – they absolutely have to in order to win this game. 25 touches is where Williams should be – against a weak run defense I am expecting another huge week. Anything less than 100 yards and a TD would be a disappointment this week.
Add in 2-4 catches for 25-40 yards and Williams looks like a safe play.
3.Adrian Peterson, Vikings
Peterson gets a crack at an Oakland defense that allowed DeAngelo Williams 170 yards and 2 TDs last week. He has gone over 100 yards in each of the last two weeks and isn’t showing any signs of slowing down. AP will be a huge part of the Vikings game plan this week – another 100 yards and a TD on the ground and another 3-4 catches for 40-50 yards is almost a certainty this week. The Raiders have given it up against opposing rushers all year – no reason to think differently about this week against one of the game’s elite.
4.Justin Forsett, Ravens
The Ravens face the Jaguars and their weak run defense this week – a perfect time to get Forsett into your lineups. He will be more involved in the passing game this week as the Ravens look for a more conservative approach without Steve Smith. The formula is simple for Baltimore – get Forsett involved in order to resemble the team they were last year. Off their bye, my guess is that the team rededicated themselves to the run and that Forsett has himself quite a week. 130 yards combined and a TD is very realistic.
5.Mark Ingram, Saints
Ingram wasn’t great last week but is in a great bounce back position against a Washington team that has allowed a 100 yard rusher to each of the last four opponents.
Khiry Robinson is out for the year and CJ Spiller has been ineffective so far meaning that Ingram is in line for a ton of work. He’s been better on the road than at home this year so we can expect a nice week for Ingram. 120 combined yards with 4-6 catches and a TD is where I see Ingram this week.
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