Week 10: Get' Em In, Get 'Em Out

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 Lets cut to the chase.  I am a busy man.  Week 10.  Get 'Em In, Get 'Em Out.

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Philadelphia Eagles @ New York Giants

  • Get 'Em In
    • Dallas Goedert - This is just a simple volume play because Ertz is still out.  Goedert saw limited action in his return two weeks ago, but with the bye now under his belt, he was able to get completely to 100 percent.  Back in the Week 7 game against the Giants, third string tight end Richard Rodgers was able to catch six balls for 85 yards.  That should be a floor for a healthy Goedert against a Giants defense quickly starting to struggle to cover the position. 
  • Get 'Em Out
    • Wayne Gallman - This could be a tough sit because Freeman is trending towards OUT again.  So maybe not a sit, but max would be Flex.  Gallman has been good in a limited role, finding the end zone in three straight games.  The Eagles rush defense has been the one constant on that team (besides Wentz being trash) all season.  They rank in the top 10 against the run and even though Gallman has scored three straight weeks, he has not surpassed anything more than 68 yards on the ground.  That total could be even lower against the Philly defense making him a touchdown dependent flex play.

Jacksonville Jaguars @ Green Bay Packers

  • Get 'Em In
    • Davante Adams - I mean come on.  The man has been a one man wrecking crew.  He has scored at least thirty, that's right, THIRTY, points in three straight weeks.  He is in another spot to explode against a bad Jaguars defense.  Adams is a must start obviously, but also worthy of any price tag that gets slapped on him in all daily contests.
  • Get 'Em Out
    • Robert Tonyan - Tonyan Time is over.  He saw just one target last Week with Mercedes Lewis being dug out of his grave for a touchdown, and now Allen Lazard returns to the receiver group.  This should be a game with Green Bay can do everything they want to simply with Rodgers, Adams, and Jones. 

Washington Football Team @ Detroit Lions

  • Get 'Em In
    • Antonio Gibson - Gibson is a player in where you search for the plus matchups and ensure those are the weeks is in the lineup.  The Lions are officially the worst run defense in the league, and with Washington down to Alex Smith at quarterback, you have to expect a ton of Gibson.  You could also probably sneak J.D. McKissic into a flex role also as he had a strong game the last times Smith had to step in back in Week 6 and 9.  It is clear he is Smith's security blanket out of the backfield.  Treat Gibson as an RB 2 and McKissic as a Flex.
  • Get 'Em Out
    • Matt Stafford - Stafford has only hit the 30 point mark once all season.  He is also coming off an absolute dud against a bad Vikings team where he only threw for 211 yards and one score.  It also appears he will be without top target Kenny Golladay once again making things even more difficult.  Redskins quietly boast a top ten pass defense and can be a tricky matchup for opposing quarterbacks.  They give up roughly 20 points a game to opposing quarterbacks which is far from great.  Shy away.

Houston Texans @ Cleveland Browns

  • Get 'Em In
    • Jarvis Landry - In his first game without OBJ on the other side of the field, Landry saw 11, count them, 11 targets.  Easily his highest share of balls on the season.  I love the matchup this week against a Texans defense that seems to get beat no matter who is at quarterback (Jake Luton?).  Landry should find a ton of space against Houston and will hopefully cash in with his first receiving touchdown on the season.
  • Get 'Em Out
    • Kareem Hunt - Chubb is back.  Yes Hunt will still have a role, but nothing like we have seen from him the last five games.  Either treat Hunt as a Flex with Chubb back, or get him to your bench if that is not possible. 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Carolina Panthers

  • Get 'Em In
    • Tom Brady - I am honestly not sure how, but the Panthers have been a pretty decent pass defense this year.  It does not show up in the fantasy world so much, but they quietly have the 11th best pass defense as we sit here in Week 10.  That included holding Tom Brady to 217 yards back in Week 2.  With that said, Brady just had a horrific game by all accounts.  And in his career, back to back duds just don't happen.  Another week of practice with Antonio Brown doesn't hurt either.  Brady should bounce back and be a safe play this Sunday.
  • Get 'Em Out
    • Teddy Bridgewater - Start one quarterback in this matchup, bench the other.  Up until the Saints showed up and steamrolled the Bucs last Sunday night, the Bucs had been a nightmare for opposing quarterbacks.  They had only given up the 6th fewest fantasy points to QBs before that game.  Back in Week 2, Teddy threw for 367 yards but never found the end zone and tossed two picks.  I think that yardage total comes way down, with maybe a touchdown added in, but that just simply equals out.  Not worth it.  After this week however, Teddy plays the Lions and the Vikings in case you need a streamer.

Los Angeles Chargers @ Miami Dolphins

  • Get 'Em In
    • DeVante Parker - DeVante Parker saw seven targets last week from Tua, but five of those seven targets came after Preston Williams left the game injured.  Williams is now on the IR with a foot injury.  The Chargers depleted defense continues to give up scores to wide receivers on a weekly basis, and I love Parker's chances to keep that trend going this week.
  • Get 'Em Out
    • Chargers Backfield - Just zero confidence in trusting anyone here.  Jackson is also hurt and thought THAT would finally open it up for rookie Josh Kelley, but he still cannot convert on his limited opportunities.  Kalen Ballage came out of nowhere last week to steal the show, and now Troymaine Pope will probably be back into the picture too.  Just too murky to trust anyone.

Denver Broncos @ Las Vegas Raiders

  • Get 'Em In
    • Tim Patrick - I just really like the matchup here.  The Raiders secondary struggles are no secret and Patrick continues to cash in on his chances.  He has had at least double digit fantasy outputs every week besides one since Week 3.  The Raiders are giving up roughly 36 fantasy points a week to wide receivers, and the Broncos basically have Patrick and Jeudy.  If my math checks out...carry the two...then that's 18 points for each of them. 
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  • Get 'Em Out
    • Nelson Agholor - Agholor has scored in four of his last five games.  What makes him scary though is in three of those games if you take his touchdown away, he's giving you single digit fantasy points.  He has become Carr's deep ball specialist.  However, the Broncos do a really good job at pressuring quarterbacks, which then in turn limits the deep ball.  You take that away from Agholor, I don't see what else he has to hang his hat on and this turns into a Waller/Renfrow game.

Buffalo Bills @ Arizona Cardinals

  • Get 'Em In
    • Chase Edmonds - I have watched more Bills games this season than ever before.  Josh Allen is just fun to watch, and it's great to see a franchise that has suffered forever have success.  With all these Bills viewings one common thing stands out to me.  Their run defense is bad.  They cannot tackle.  I have seen it week in and week out.  With the shiftiness and quickness that Edmonds possesses, he could pose big problems for the Bills linebackers.  I am willing to give Edmonds a Flex floor with a RB2 ceiling. 
  • Get 'Em Out
    • Bills Defense - If the Bills struggle to tackle backs, how do you think they will handle Kyler? **Insert Forrest Gump "That's all I have to say about that" gif here**

San Francisco 49ers @ New Orleans Saints

  • Get 'Em In
    • Jerick McKinnon - Raheem Mostert has not gotten the green light yet, leaving Jerick McKinnon as the lead back for another week.  There is no way San Francisco is not playing from behind at some point in this game rendering McKinnon a PPR goldmine.  The Saints continue to stifle opponents run games, making most team abandon them.  In the meantime the Saints offense will get out to a lead, and the Niners will need to turn to the air.  Garbage time still counts in fantasy, and this is where I expect McKinnon to shine.
  • Get 'Em Out
    • Niners Defense - Injuries, injuries, injuries.  On the road.  In the dome.  Niners just don't have fantasy relevance anymore this year.

 Seattle Seahawks @ Los Angeles Rams

  • Get 'Em In
    • Tyler Lockett - I see a lot of national broadcast people preaching the same thing.  To sit Tyler Lockett this week.  Which means, I go the other way!  Listen, I get it.  Lockett has become boom or bust.  He has outputs of 17, 19, 37, and 53.  He also has outputs of 5, 8, 7, and 8.  The Rams also have a top 5 pass defense.  But here is how I see it.  These games are usually high scoring.  Wilson's numero uno target, D.K. Metcalf will be shadowed by Jalen Ramsey all game.  The most success Seattle should find will come out of the slot where  Lockett lines up often.  I like my odds.  Roll the dice baby.
     
  • Get 'Em Out
    • DeeJay Dallas - Even with Chris Carson slated to sit again, Dallas looks like a tough play.  Travis Homer saw far more play and was much more efficient a week ago in Buffalo.  Just in general, Seattle's backfield is becoming a lot of the Chargers' where its just so hard to trust anyone.  Until it's simply Carson's job again, it's a situation to avoid in my opinion.

Cincinnati Bengals @ Pittsburgh Steelers

  • Get 'Em In 
    • Dionte Johnson - In the last three weeks Dionte has had two great matchups on paper, and one bad one.  In the two good ones, Johnson has seen a combined 25 targets for 157 yards and two touchdowns.  In the one bad one, he had one catch for six yards.  This week?  Great matchup on paper.  The Bengals are on deck, but I would watch closely to ensure Ben comes off the COVID list.  Not sure I would trust any Steelers' wideouts if they need to start Mason Rudolph.  We saw that show last year. 
  • Get 'Em Out
    • Joe Burrow - Joe Burrow has been everything everyone had hoped for and more.  But this matchup is just too scary for my liking. The Steelers boast a D that can make Burrow have a very unpleasant day with his battered offensive line.  You can't throw the ball, when you are on your back all day.  When you look at Joe's games this year, he has really only one bad outlier; Week 5 at Baltimore.  Well, Week 10 at Pittsburgh should probably be much of the same.

Baltimore Ravens @ New England Patriots

  • Get 'Em In 
    • Gus Edwards - Mark Ingram will be back this week, but I would still trust Edwards as a flex.  The Patriots have been really poor against the run all season, and it's not like Ingram was seeing a ton of work when he was healthy.  He has only two rushing touchdowns on the year and has only seen double digit carries twice.  And those two were 10 and 11.  Edwards will still have a role and I think that role will be at the goal line, which is where it counts the most.
  • Get 'Em Out
    • Mark Andrews - I am going to hit you with a few tight end stats from their games against the Patriots and that's it.  Darren Waller. Two catches, nine yards, two fantasy points.  Travis Kelce. Three catches, 70 yards, 10 fantasy points.  George Kittle. five catches, 55 yards, 10 fantasy points. 

 Minnesota Vikings @ Chicago Bears

  • Get 'Em In 
    • Darnell Mooney - As I said last week, Mooney continues to have a nice role in this offense.  He provides a quality floor of just shy of ten fantasy points every week since Week 6.  Mooney saw a personal high last week with 11 targets, and with a much more appealing matchup this week, Mooney could turn a target share like that into a huge fantasy day.
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  • Get 'Em In 
    • Adam Thielen - This is a tough sit.  We all know it.  But Thielen has five catches combined the last two weeks as the offense just continues to roll through Dalvin Cook.  Cook has been completely unstoppable and the Vikings are going to continue to feed him until that streak ends.  Not to mention, the Bears are still a top 5 unit against the pass. 

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