There are more Ps and Qs next to player names this week than I’d like to count. It seems like a lot more than I remember from other seasons. But it also seems like questionable players play more often.
We’ve got a pile of goodness this week, starting with the Patriots-Giants game, which should win a lot of fantasy days today.
As always check late NFL news at a site like Rotoworld to make sure games are being played and players are in lineups.
Our rankings are posted early Sunday morning and don’t always reflect final starting lineups.
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Week 10 early rankings
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Final rankings notes
Nothing huge here. Some shuffling. Eli Manning leapt over his brother into the top-10. I guess the biggest head-scratcher would be Carson Palmer at 20th. I just don’t trust him against Seattle. You may not have another option, but there are a handful of waiver-wire types in our top-10. Is Kirk Cousins available in your league?
Mark Ingram passes Todd Gurley for the top spot in our final list. Don’t get too excited. It’s real darn close.
As you can tell by the xpoints, I also think Darren McFadden is in the conversation to be among the best this week despite a tough matchup.
Demaryius Thomas overtakes Allen Robinson for our top spot this week. Not a huge surprise. There’s been a lot of buzz generated about Thomas’ mom being at the stadium to see her son play in the NFL for the first time and how is expected to feed him the ball.
We still have Stefon Diggs quite a bit higher than the rest of the industry. I just think it’s a great spot for him against the Raiders, especially with Teddy Bridgewater expected to play.
We also have Antonio Brown way down our list compared to the rest of the industry. How quickly many forget how below pedestrian he was while Ben Roethlisberger was out. Hopefully Landry Jones took a few notes and feeds the ball to Brown. You can’t bench him in season-long but you can limit exposure to him in daily fantasy.
Gary Barnidge is the big name to notice here. He was fourth in our early rankings, but with Johnny Manziel expected to start we have to lower expectations.
Ben Watson also got knocked down a couple pegs. He has emerged as an important part of the offense, but his matchup isn’t nearly as good as it’s been the last few weeks.