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2019 Fantasy Football: Week 10 PPR Rankings

Frank Ammirante  | November 7th, 2019

Week 10 is tough because there are six teams on their bye, so fantasy owners will likely be missing one key piece from their rosters. The most interesting storyline of the week will be the return of Patrick Mahomes. Can he regain his MVP form? Let’s navigate through this challenging week – on to the rankings!


Quarterbacks
RankNameOpponent
   
1Lamar Jacksonat Bengals
2Drew Breesvs. Falcons
3Aaron Rodgersvs. Panthers
4Patrick Mahomesat Titans
5Dak Prescottvs. Vikings
6Russell Wilsonat 49ers
7Jameis Winstonvs. Cardinals
8Kyler Murrayat Buccaneers
9Matthew Staffordat Bears
10Matt Ryanat Saints
11Kirk Cousinsat Cowboys
12Josh Allenat Browns
13Philip Riversat Raiders
14Jimmy Garoppolovs. Seahawks
15Mitchell Trubiskyvs. Lions
16Jared Goffat Steelers
17Sam Darnoldvs. Giants
18Ryan Tannehillvs. Chiefs
19Derek Carrvs. Raiders
20 Daniel Jones at Jets
21 Ryan Fitzpatrick at Colts
22 Mason Rudolph vs. Rams
23Kyle Allen vs. Packers
   

Jackson takes over as QB1 against a Bengals’ defense that he gashed for 152 yards and one touchdown on the ground. The dark horse for QB1 is Winston, who faces a soft Cardinals’ secondary in a projected shootout with a 52.5 point total.

Running Backs
RankNameOpponent
   
1Christian McCaffreyvs. Packers
2Saquon Barkleyat Jets
3Dalvin Cookat Cowboys
4Josh Jacobsvs. Chargers
5Alvin Kamaravs. Falcons
6Derrick Henryvs. Chiefs
7Aaron Jonesat Panthers
8Nick Chubbvs. Browns
9David Montgomeryvs. Lions
10Mark Ingramat Bengals
11Marlon Mackvs. Dolphins
12Chris Carsonat 49ers
13Le’Veon Bellvs. Giants
14Tevin Colemanvs. Seahawks
15Melvin Gordonat Raiders
16Devonta Freemanat Saints
17Todd Gurleyat Steelers
18Devin Singletaryat Browns
19David Johnsonat Buccaneers
20Ronald Jonesvs. Cardinals
21Austin Ekelerat Chargers
22Damien Williamsat Titans
23Joe Mixonvs. Ravens
24Jaylen Samuelsvs. Rams
25Matt Breidavs. Seahawks
26James Connervs. Rams
27Kenyan Drakeat Buccaneers
28Jamaal Williamsvs. Panthers
29Tarik Cohenvs. Lions
30Kalen Ballageat Dolphins
31Kareem Huntvs. Bills
32Ty Johnsonat Bears
33LeSean McCoyat Titans
34Gus Edwardsat Bengals
35Frank Goreat Browns
36J.D. McKissicat Bears

Run CMC continued his historic season with 166 yards from scrimmage and three touchdowns against the Titans – he’s an easy choice for RB1. The dark horse for RB1 is Montgomery, who has posted consecutive 20+ fantasy points and now faces a Lions’ defense that has just allowed 120 yards and two touchdowns to Jacobs.

Wide Receivers
RankNameOpponent
   
1Michael Thomasvs. Falcons
2Cooper Kuppat Steelers
3Chris Godwinvs. Cardinals
4Amari Coopervs. Vikings
5Mike Evansvs. Cardinals
6Keenan Allenat Raiders
7Julio Jonesat Saints
8Tyreek Hillat Titans
9Stefon Diggsat Cowboys
10Davante Adamsat Panthers
11Kenny Golladayat Bears
12Emmanuel Sandersvs. Seahawks
13JuJu Smith-Schustervs. Rams
14Allen Robinsonvs. Lions
15Tyler Lockettat 49ers
16Odell Beckham Jr.vs. Bills
17Mike Williamsat Raiders
18Golden Tateat Jets
19Christian Kirkat Buccaneers
20Robert Woodsat Steelers
21DeVante Parkerat Colts
22Marvin Jonesat Bears
23D.J. Moorevs. Packers
24John Brownat Browns
25Michael Gallupvs. Vikings
26Marquise Brownat Bengals
27Tyrell Williamsvs. Chargers
28Curtis Samuelat Packers
29Zach Pascalvs. Dolphins
30Jamison Crowdervs. Giants
31Calvin Ridleyat Saints
32A.J. Greenvs. Ravens
33Jarvis Landryat Bills
34Tyler Boydvs. Ravens
35Robby Andersonvs. Giants
36Sammy Watkinsat Titans
37D.K. Metcalfat 49ers
38Danny Amendolaat Bears
39Larry Fitzgeraldat Buccaneers
40Diontae Johnsonvs. Rams
41A.J. Brownvs. Chiefs
42Cole Beasleyvs. Browns
43Randall Cobbvs. Vikings
44Demaryius Thomasvs. Giants
45Ted Ginnvs. Falcons
46Darius Slaytonvs. Jets
47Corey Davisvs. Chiefs
48Anthony Millervs. Lions

In a league where we see superstar receivers put up goose eggs, Thomas is a breath of fresh air for his extreme consistency: he has totaled at least 10 PPR points in every game this season – he is the clear WR1. The dark horse for WR1 is Kirk, who can really explode in this shootout game against a vulnerable Buccaneers’ secondary.

Tight Ends
RankNameOpponent
   
1Travis Kelceat Titans
2George Kittlevs. Seahawks
3Hunter Henryat Raiders
4Austin Hooperat Saints
5Darren Wallervs. Chargers
6Mark Andrewsat Bengals
7O.J. Howardvs. Cardinals
8T.J. Hockensonat Bears
9Jonnu Smithvs. Chiefs
10Greg Olsenvs. Packers
11Eric Ebronvs. Dolphins
12Jimmy Grahamat Panthers
13Mike Gesickiat Colts
14Jason Wittenvs. Vikings
15Jared Cookvs. Falcons
16Gerald Everettat Steelers
17Irv Smith Jr.at Cowboys
18Jack Doylevs. Dolphins
19Dawson Knoxat Browns
20Tyler Eifertvs. Ravens
21Ricky Seals-Jonesat Bills
22Cameron Bratevs. Cardinals
23Foster Moreauvs. Chargers
24Delanie Walkervs. Chiefs

Kelce should get back to producing at an elite level with the return of Mahomes, so he is the TE1 for this week. The dark horse for TE1 is Howard, who has a great spot to finally breakout against a Cardinals’ defense that has struggled against tight ends all season.

D/STs
RankTeamOpponent
   
1Baltimore Ravensat Bengals
2San Francisco 49ersvs. Seahawks
3Pittsburgh Steelersvs. Rams
4New Orleans Saintsvs. Falcons
5Los Angeles Ramsat Steelers
6Chicago Bearsvs. Lions
7Carolina Panthersvs. Titans
8Green Bay Packersat Panthers
9Cleveland Brownsvs. Bills
10Buffalo Billsat Browns
11Dallas Cowboysvs. Vikings
12Indianapolis Coltsvs. Dolphins

The Ravens are D/ST1 because they get to face Bengals’ rookie QB Ryan Finley in a great spot. The dark horse for D/ST1 is the Colts, who take on the Dolphins in a game where we could see Fitz get back to his turnover ways.

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