Fantasy Football Rankings Week 10: Sleepers, starts, sits | Rachaad White,

We’re in the double digits! Yes, the fantasy football is flying along, as we’re in Week 10 and Thanksgiving is right around the corner. Heck, your trade deadline is getting close, so as always with the fantasy football rankings, don’t forget about the buys and sells, the 101 piece (links below), helping you with trade decisions and lineups (find me in the comment section) — plus, this week’s fun ranks: football party food!

*** Oh! And, we might have found a solution to the rankings widget issue by using Fantasy Nation (via Football Diehards). All three scoring formats work and are editable by me (unlike before), and the widget will let you scroll on Android (browser) without using two fingers! YAY! ***

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2022 Week 10 Fantasy Football Sleepers

🚨 HEADS UP 🚨 These are sleepers. They will not mimic my rankings 100%. This is chasing upside and often carries more risk.


POSSIBLY START: Daniel Jones, NYG — Jones had his worst game of the season heading into the bye, but it came against a sneaky decent defense (Seahawks). With a week off to reset and plan for the Texans matchup, Jones should rebound… well, mainly for the matchup and not so much Jones’ passing ability. It’s truly Jones’ legs that boost his fantasy value, with three games of 68+ rushing yards and his two 20+ points games coming with a rushing touchdown (or two). Hopefully, Jones doesn’t choke like in Week 8.


POSSIBLY START: Rachaad White, TB — Reports are the Buccaneers could lean on White more as the season approaches the end, and against the Seahawks, it could start this week. While the Seahawks defense against receivers is better than assumed, they are highly susceptible to pass-catching running backs, as Austin Ekeler annihilated them with a 12-12-96-1 line, Alvin Kamara had 6-6-91 receiving, Javonte Williams went 12-11-65-0 in Week 1, and even James Conner put up 5-5-19 in his return last week.

HAIL MARY START: Isiah Pacheco, KC As mentioned on the podcast, I don’t want anything to do with the Chiefs, Broncos, Rams and Bills backfields… if possible. Yes, we’ll likely have to use someone each week, particularly with the Chiefs and Bills offenses, and this time, we can shoot for Pacheco’s upside. That lies with hope for a touchdown and run while holding a lead. The backfield is a true committee with Jerick McKinnon out-snapping the others, but Pacheco would likely see more run (no pun intended) with a healthy lead, which the Chiefs should have against the Jaguars.


POSSIBLY START: DeAndre Carter, LAC — The Josh Palmer advice is paying off well, so let’s turn to Carter this week. He was a good option in Week 9, but there is upside for more against the 49ers, despite what it might look like on paper. The 49ers are near the top of the league in receptions of 20+ yards allowed and, yes, a few of those have gone to Cooper Kupp alone, but even the Panthers had four such receptions in Week 5. Carter has big-play potential with 10.4 Air/TGT and 20.8% of his receptions going for…

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