Fantasy football 2018: NFL Week 10 tricks card


Wide receiver Packer Marquez Valdes-Scantling has emerged as a fantasy option in recent weeks. (Matt Ludtke / Associated Press)

Need some quick tips to assemble your fantasy training for week 10? With four other teams in their goodbye week, we have exploited the extreme distances of the Internet and selected only the best tips and fancy tips for your consumption. Below you will find nuggets easily digested by more science fiction experts, addressing some of the critical situations that fantasy owners will have to face from week to week.

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Injury decisions

Chris Carson, RB, Seahawks: Carson trained for the second day in a row on Thursday, and Carson owners will probably want to have an alternative to the Seattle 10 week match against the Rams. Los Angeles defense, despite the talent, gives up, so if you have Carson backup, Mike Davis (below), it would certainly be an option. Carson will probably be a game decision, but seeing how fragile it was, it's a tough recommendation.

Leonard Fournette, RB, Jaguars: The owners of Fournette can rejoice; the Jacksonville running back has practiced in full the whole week. We could see some timeshare in the first week of Fournette, but this is a must if the Jaguars hope to return to the playoff scene. The owners of Fournette have obviously had to replace him in their formations for most of the season, but they do not want to have him on the bench if he were to break out. It's hard to recommend, but it's harder to take on the bench if you've been a full participant.

A.J. Green, WR, Bengals: Green will miss at least two games, according to reports. It's a blow to Green owners, but it does not seem to be long-term.

Rob Gronkowski, TE, Patriots: Gronkowski remains limited in practice and his status for the New England Week 10 competition is uncertain. Continue to monitor and have an alternative solution in case you miss another week.

Sony Michel, RB, Patriots: The queue of New England has been limited in practice, but it is expected to return to the team's game against the titans in week 10. Michel was starting to gain the upper hand before he suffered another stop. He also shares backfield duties with James White, which was fantastic. Monitor the status of Michel with the approximation of playing time. Tennessee has been impressive in defense and if Michel will see a small number of shots, other options could be the way to go.

Breakwater appetizers

Duke Johnson, RB, Browns: The owners of Johnson have finally got what they were looking for this season since the return of Cleveland. After transporting 74 receptions in 2017, Johnson was very sought after in the PPR-based fantasy championships. And although the Browns have shown a little more life this season, Johnson's production was not what was expected. However, with the team that freed Carlos Hyde a couple of weeks ago and installed a new offensive coordinator, Johnson may have claimed his role of pass-catching in the Browns offense. While you can not count on the two touchdowns that Johnson scored in the week 9, another positive day against the visiting Falcons is certainly feasible. It should be in your training.

Aaron Jones, RB, Packers: It was a trial, but Jones eventually seems to emerge as the best dog in Green Bay, though probably its owners have wondered what it took so long. Jones has back-to-back games with 14 and 16 touches. The role of Jamal Williams continues to shrink, plus there was the departure of Ty Montgomery. The Packers are home after a couple of heavy defeats against Rams and Patriots, and week 10 brings an interesting match against the dolphins, who have been generous against the adversary tailbacks. Start Jones with confidence.

Dion Lewis, RB, Titans: Lewis had his two best games since the season's opening week and was very impressive in the Tennessee victory over the Cowboys. Given its versatility, there is no reason why it should not continue to get the lion's share of the touches. Will be able to play his former team, the Patriots, in week 10. Probably will ask a lot to Lewis to repeat the numbers he has put in the last two weeks, but the defense of New England often relies on a curve – do not break the philosophy . Lewis should be able to provide a useful game for his owners this weekend. And some are on top of Lewis for the rest of the season.

Marquez Valdes-Scantling, WR, Packers: Randall Cobb's injuries led Geronimo Allison to emerge in the receiving body of Green Bay. Allison then faced injury problems after some solid performance, and the vacuum for the Packers is starting to be filled by Valdes-Scantling. In the last four games, Valdes-Scantling has scored two goals and has two games with more than 100 yards. He is a formidable athlete, and with Allison out indefinitely, Valdes-Scantling has the possibility of being a strong fantasy contributor in the long run. Owners should consider it if they need a WR2 / flex game; a computer model definitely likes the matching for Valdes-Scantling.

Lottery tickets that could pay off

Mike Davis, RB, Seahawks: Davis recovered the game with his teammate Chris Carson, who was injured. Davis has produced three double-digit performances in the last five games. Seattle is facing the Rams for the second time this season; Davis rushed for 68 yards and a touchdown in their previous bout. If you have Carson, owning Davis is a must. If you're simply an owner looking for a ride back to a spot start, Davis might be a useful option.

Ito Smith, RB, Falcons: In the wake of Atlanta's Atlanta week, all Smith did was shoot in his best game of the season in the 9th win against the Redskins. Smith earned 60 yards on 10 ports and scored for the fourth time in five games. Now the Falcons are going to Cleveland, where the Browns' defensive unit that has given up 14 touchdowns that are raging this season, is the worst in the championship. Smith remains available in 58 percent of the ESPN leagues.

*** This post is updated every Friday afternoon with more information about injuries and other player related news.

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