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2018 Fantasy Football: Week 10 Start ‘Em or Sit ‘Em (TNF Preview)

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Who Made the List?

As of last week, we began including Thursday Night games in our weekly Start/Sit predictions. The remainder of the article will be still be released on Saturdays in order to provide you with the latest information possible. Any players from the Thursday game that make the list will be featured in a stand alone article every Thursday afternoon. This allows us to avoid neglecting the two Thursday Night teams while continuing to offer the most current advice.

I make these suggestions based on each player’s weekly matchups, surrounding talent and in-game usage. While predicting the future is anything but easy, using these tools can help us make better choices when determining which players we start or sit from week to week.

Let me remind you that these lists consist of players who aren’t obvious. I shouldn’t have to tell you to start guys like Cam Newton, Antonio Brown, James Conner or Christian McCaffrey. This article revolves around players who haven’t yet reached “stud” status, and thus require weekly consideration for your lineup.

For more help with your lineup check out The Wolf’s weekly rankings.


Tight End

Greg Olsen:

Olsen celebrated a touchdown for the third straight week on Sunday. The 12-year veteran set season-highs in catches (6) and yards (76) and appears to be re-entering the upper tier of fantasy tight ends. He belongs in your lineup this week facing a Steelers defense that has allowed the fourth-most fantasy points (PPR) to opposing tight ends.

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Carolina Panthers:

A road trip to Pittsburgh should deter you from starting a rock-solid Panthers defense this week. The Steelers have racked up the fourth-most yards per game (415.2), the ninth-most points per game (28.4) and have surrendered the third-fewest sacks (11).


Check back on Saturday for the full slate of Start/Sits

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