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NFL Week 10 Fantasy Sleepers
Better to get hot late than to never get hot at all–at least that’s what I’m telling myself in order to make my hot streak feel even better. Truth be told, my picks weren’t even THAT good, but I did give out four players that put up double digits (and three that scored 15+). Here’s how all my picks went down:
QB: Taylor Heinicke, 15 points
QB: Andy Dalton, 12 points
RB: Caleb Huntley, 3 points
RB: Jeff Wilson Jr, 15 points
WR: Mecole Hardman, 17 points
WR: KJ Osborn, 0 points
Now that I’m seeing the board, I’m going to keep this ball rolling and give out my third week in a row of great fantasy sleepers. If you want to ride along with me, you can be sure to take prop bets on any of my sleepers through these New Jersey Online Casinos.
Marcus Mariota (Owned in 34% of leagues)
It’s been a tough season for Mariota lately, exceeding the 150+ passing-yard mark in only one of his last six games. His opponent in that game, though? The Carolina Panthers. And who’s Mariota facing off against here in week ten? The Carolina Panthers. In their week eight matchup, the Panthers allowed Mariota to seemingly do whatever he wanted. He threw for 253 yards and completed three passes for touchdowns. Sure, he threw two interceptions–but he managed to score 24 fantasy points while he was at it. I think the Falcons are going to stomp on the Panthers on Thursday night, and it will all start with Mariota.
Jacoby Brissett (Owned in 9% of leagues)
I’m giving out another struggling quarterback here, but when you’re dealing with players that are owned in only half of the leagues, it’s slim pickings to begin with. However, Brissett will be fresh off of a bye coming into week ten and had the best game of his season in week eight. Here in week ten, the Browns are taking on the Dolphins, who have given up the most fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks all season.
Rachaad White (Owned in 38% of leagues)
Rachaad White really hasn’t had a season to remember, but his touches per week seemingly go up after every game, so he’s just due for a breakout–and what better week for a breakout to commence than here in week 10, where the Buccaneers are taking on one of the worst run defenses in the league? The Seahawks, the Buccaneers' week 10 opponent, have given up the ninth-most points to opposing running backs all season.
Jerick McKinnon (Owned in 16% of leagues)
McKinnon is one-third of the trio that is the Kansas City Chiefs run game, but it's his involvement in the passing game that makes him an always interesting option. The Jaguars are one of the worst teams in the league when it comes to containing running backs in the passing game, allowing the 31st most receiving yards to running backs all year.
Alec Pierce (Owned in 27% of leagues)
Pierce has led the colts in receiving yards in both the games Sam Ehlinger has started this season, so you could say he’s a little hot. However, Ehlinger has only thrown for 303 yards in those games, so his team-leading tally is 88 yards. Still, the Colts are incredibly banged up so Pierce may wind up playing a big part in the Colts offense here in week ten.
Terrace Marshall Jr (Owned in 18% of leagues)
Marshall has seen 15 targets across his last two games and has scored 10+ fantasy points in each contest. The Panthers will be taking on the Falcons here in week ten, and the Falcons have allowed the second-most fantasy points per game to opposing receivers this season.
About the author
Frank Weber is a sports & gaming writer with a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism and years of experience in the gambling world. He loves baseball, football, basketball, soccer, and the UFC - he even collects sports cards and memorabilia! In his free time, you could find Frank either out at a concert with friends, or at home sweating out all his (soon to be won) bets!