We are in November and the last third of the typical Fantasy Ball's regular season, but there is still a new value that appears on the download thread every week. Also, keep in mind that the Twelve Laws do not yet have their father, including the Texans, the Vikings, the Patriots, the Heads and the Framework, who all contribute to the great namesigners of the Fantasy Group every week. This is no time to ignore the barring wire. To kick things up, we will focus on running back in Cleveland and a recipient in Green Bay. Michael Beller : Okay, John, when we enter week 1 0, there are two players on the most disconnected threads that I want to discuss. The first is Duke Johnson, who came to life in Cleveland's first match after the end of the Hue Jackson / Todd Haley regime. Johnson, who entered Week 9 with 20 catches, 29 goals and 203 meters, scored all nine goals for 78 meters and two touchdowns in Brown's 37-21 loss for the bosses. This is obviously nothing new to him. In his first three seasons of the league, he averaged 62.7 recipes, 79.7 goals, 580.3 yards and 1.7 receiving touchdowns. If this is Johnson's reality during the interim coordinator Freddie Kitchens, how should we see him in fantasy comrades for the rest of the year? John Paulsen : Johnson really seems to be in the team's offensive system now when kitchen rings are playing. In the semifinal PPR,…
We are in November and the last third of the typical Fantasy Ball’s regular season, but there is still a new value that appears on the download thread every week. Also, keep in mind that the Twelve Laws do not yet have their father, including the Texans, the Vikings, the Patriots, the Heads and the Framework, who all contribute to the great namesigners of the Fantasy Group every week. This is no time to ignore the barring wire. To kick things up, we will focus on running back in Cleveland and a recipient in Green Bay.
Michael Beller : Okay, John, when we enter week 1
0, there are two players on the most disconnected threads that I want to discuss.
The first is Duke Johnson, who came to life in Cleveland’s first match after the end of the Hue Jackson / Todd Haley regime. Johnson, who entered Week 9 with 20 catches, 29 goals and 203 meters, scored all nine goals for 78 meters and two touchdowns in Brown’s 37-21 loss for the bosses. This is obviously nothing new to him. In his first three seasons of the league, he averaged 62.7 recipes, 79.7 goals, 580.3 yards and 1.7 receiving touchdowns. If this is Johnson’s reality during the interim coordinator Freddie Kitchens, how should we see him in fantasy comrades for the rest of the year?
John Paulsen : Johnson really seems to be in the team’s offensive system now when kitchen rings are playing. In the semifinal PPR, he finished as number 15 who drove back last year after adding RB3 numbers 2015 and 2016, so he is no stranger to fantasy lineups. I would see him as a fantasy RB3 with RB2 up in PPR or semi-PPR leagues, as he threatens four plus catches every week. His upcoming schedule is quite favorable, like Browns meets the Falcons in week 10 before going on their day, and then they have Bengals, Texans, Panthers, Broncos and Bengals again to close the season.
Beller : Let us pay attention to the other player I want to discuss, Marquez Valdes-Scantling. It is obvious that he does not go anywhere despite Randall Cobb’s return to health. The packets flopped in the fourth quarter of their 31-17 loss for the patriots, partly because they later found a way to remove MVS. He finished the night with three catches on six goals for 101 meters, including a few very impressive grips. In addition, he received a variety of goals proving that he has earned Aaron Rodger’s confidence, with the quarterback giving him some opportunity to go up and play a game of what seemed to be a low-key attempt. Where does Valdes-Scantling fall in your low season ratings? Is he clearly the best receiver on the shutdown network this week?
Paulsen : During the game last night, I tweeted, “Moar MVS please,” and he continued to do the two “impressive gripes” you just mentioned. It is quite a small sample, but Valdes-Scantling has star quality and it is shown regularly. In his last four matches, he has introduced fantasy lines at 7-68-1 (catch yards-touchdowns), 3-103, 2-45-1 and last night’s 3-101. What’s more, he’s seeing as many goals (sex) as Randall Cobb and Jimmy Graham, so he’s building confidence in his quarterback. I would rank him as a fantasy WR4 during the rest of the season, but he has WR2 / WR3 weekly, depending on the match and health of Geronimo Allison and Cobb. Although both are healthy, I think he would have a big role, but as a prolonged Packer fan, I’ve learned not to expect rational coaching from Mike McCarthy.
Another name I would like to throw out There is John Ross, who is currently out with a light damage and may be out there on the shut-off virus. With A.J. Gröns tack probably forced him to miss any game (and maybe more), Ross could help fantasy owners if he could only recover.
Beller: We will definitely describe Ros’s case a bit later in the wide receiver section. With that, let’s find out our complete breakdown of the 10th week of the week. As always, all players have at least 40% stake in at least two of Yahoo, ESPN and CBS.
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Elijah McGuire, Jets
McGuire played his first game this season after spending the first half of the PUP list due to a foot injury suffered by the training camp. He did well with his possibilities and made nine lines in 60 meters. In addition, he played 36 of the team’s 66 snaps, 13 more than Isaiah Crowell and every third on Jets in goal, followed by only Jermaine Kearse and Robby Anderson. McGuire’s biggest contribution will come through the air, so it was encouraging to see him secure five goals in his first match of the season. Jetsna still has their bye in front of them (Week 11), but McGuire can be a deep option in the PPR leagues the rest of the road. Ravens, Broncos, Texans and Vikings are on bye next week, so McGuire may be of particular interest to owners invested in Alex Collins, Phillip Lindsay, Lamar Miller, Latavius Murray or Dalvin Cook.
Mike Davis, Seahawks
Chris Carson was active on Sunday but left after only 10 snaps with a deterioration of his hip / light injury. Davis entered and received a lot of work, a total of 62 meters on 15 berries and seven 45-meter reception in Seattle 25-17 loss for chargers. If Carson lacks more time, which is likely at this time, Davis shows that it is the team’s primary back, leading to a rotation that would also include Rashaad Penny. Davis got a start earlier this season, running for 101 yards and two touchdowns of 21 bears in week 3. He would probably be worth starting if Carson is out in week 10.
Wendell Smallwood, Josh Adams and Corey Clement, Eagles
I’m on record believing that this Eagles backfield will not produce reliable fantasy value for the rest of the season. Sure, one or two of these three will have useful games here and there, and the trio as a whole will have its strong weeks, but fantasy owners can not start Jocordell Adamentwood. Production will be uneven and impossible to predict, and it is likely to investigate this backfield more of headache than it is worth. But here’s an almost extensive list of slopes that have not yet got their byes this season: Alex Collins, Phillip Lindsay, Lamar Miller, Latavius Murray, Dalvin Cook, Nick Chubb, Kenyan Drake, James White, Sony Michel, Matt Breida, Kareem Hunting, Todd Gurley. In other words, there will be more than a few fantasy owners who have to keep their noses and find a starter to run back, at least for a week. These three eagles should be in that mix. I would rank them in exactly the order they are listed above.
The necessary handcuffs: Malcom Brown, Rammar; Spencer Ware, Chiefs; Giovani Bernard, Bengals; Chase Edmonds, Cardinals
November not only gives us the start of the holiday season. It is also used in cuff season. To be a true handcuffs at this time, a back must be behind a clear work horse, be below the threshold of 40% ownership, and stand to inherit the lion’s share of the hand if the starter is going down. If you invest in Todd Gurley, Kareem Hunt, Joe Mixon or David Johnson, especially the first three, you must go and go on their handcuffs while you still can.
Theo Riddick, Lions
Riddick returned from a knee injury in week 9, capturing seven out of eight goals for 36 meters in the lions 24-9 loss for the Vikings. He will not do much, if somebody acts like a rusher-he has zero bearing on Minnesota-but he should see plenty of time in the palace when Golden Tate is in Philadelphia. Riddick should be on the radar in full PPR leagues, at least while weekends are still active.
Nyheim Hines, Colts
Hines had his best game in a month in week 8, last time Colts played, driving for 78 yards on 11 berries in Colts 42-28 victory over Raiders. The catch is, however, that Colts ran 71 games, of which 40 were rushing, which helped create more volume for Hines. It will not happen very often. Marlon Mack dominated backfield again, carrying the ball 25 times for 132 meters and two touchdowns, while capturing two out of four goals, getting double numbers looks in the match game than Hines. In one way, this game represented a hit on its long-term value, as Mack seems to have total control over the backfield, both on the ground and through the air. Hines is still a small goal to return, but Hines is a worthwhile goal for fantasy owners who need help on the spot.
John Ross, Bengals
on Sunday morning, the AJ Green will seek a second opinion about his foot injury, and at least miss a game. It opens the door once more to Ross, a popular sleeper back in the draft season who has watched as Tyler Boyd has evolved into a star this season. Ross handles his own injury, but he is expected to return to the field when the Bengals return from his day in week 10. Ross is one of the fastest players in the league who is an immediate deep threat every time he goes on. The field and the Bengals will have to count out any way to replace all the value that Green brings to the table. Ross can fill any of the void by taking the top of a defense. The catch here is that Ross is unlikely to be held back by exception. Most leagues do not place players on exception when their team is Easter, meaning Ross is free to take right now. If you need help at the receiver, take a shot at Ross while you can still. If you miss Ross, Josh Malone, a second-year Tennessee player, will also see an increase in workload while Green is out.
Christian Kirk, Cardinals
Kirk still can not capture fantasy legends, with an industry-leading shareholding that hoveres about 30%. He received three passes for 42 meters and a touchdown in Cardinals 18-15 win over 49ers in week 8, the team’s last match. While the reception and yard totals left little to be desired, Kirk received seven goals, others on the team to Larry Fitzgerald. There were some encouraging signs of the crime in Byron Leftwich’s first match as the offensive coordinator, despite the team still making only 18 points. With the team’s bye in the back mirror, Kirk can provide valuable depth for owners who are short on the receiver because of bye’s for the next three weeks.
Keke Coutee, Texans
Coutee did not play in week 9 due to a hamstring injury, but he should still be on the fantasy career. Demaryius Thomas played well in his first game as a Texan and fell three passes for 61 meters, but that was what he did not make the fantasy group still interested in Coutee. He did not stretch the field, nor did he raise up a lot of goals and only got three in the afternoon. There is still plenty of room for Coutee to cut out a meaningful role, and the chance is that he gets most of the deep goals previously reserved for Will Fuller. The Texans have a good night in week 10, but Coutee has a good chance of returning in week 11.
Willie Snead, Ravens
Snead got eight more goals on Sunday and seven of them fell for 58 meters in Ravens 23-16 loss for Steelers. Snead now has 69 goals in the season, good for 21 in the league. He has more goals than Keenan Allen, Tyler Boyd and Brandin Cooks, and while it is partially inflated because Ravens has not been fired, it still talks about how much the crime is. In fact, he has two goals than John Brown, who has been silent in recent weeks. Ravens bye finally arrives at week 10, but Snead can be an asset in week 11, when six teams are divorced and week 12 when two of league’s best crimes, Rams and Chiefs, are sitting.
Adam Humphries, Buccaneers
Humphries had a big game on Sunday, capturing all eight of his goal for 82 yards and two touchdowns in Buccaneers 42-28 loss for the Panthers. While this was easy Humphries best season game, he has been training in the right direction for weeks. The eight goals were actually his smallest of the team’s last three games, because he had nine in week 8 and 10 last week. He has 19 guys for 195 meters at the time and gives a unique element to one of the best passenger attacks in the league. He really is worth a look in most formats with Buccaneers bye in the past.
Maurice Harris, Redskins
In week 9, Harris had 11 catches for 102 meters this season. In week 9, he received 10 balls for 124 yards in Washington’s 38-14 loss to Atlanta. Jamison Crowder has missed the past month due to an injury injury and Paul Richardson suffered a seasonal shoulder injury in the loss of Falcons. It is quite possible that when Washington takes the field against Buccaneers next week, a defense that is incredibly beatable through the air, Harris will be the best recipient on the depth chart. If you are looking for help with Adam Thielen, Stefon Diggs, DeAndre Hopkins and Emmanuel Sanders at weekends, Harris can help you.
Three Quan Smith, Saints
Smith showed the dangers of trusting a player simply because he is part of a major crime on Sunday. The Saints piled up 487 yards and 45 points in their victory over Rams, but Smith had only two catches on three goals for 23 meters. He came to the end of one of these catches, but it will not be there every week. Despite playing over 70% of the team’s snaps over his last four games, he has a total of 16 goals. He is good if you need to take a desperation shot in the next few weeks with your regulars, but you should not start him if you have your full roster available to you.
DeVante Parker, dolphins  Parker’s imaginative value mirrors Smith, minus the part that plays for one of the best crimes in the league. He only played shy for 90% of Miami snaps in his 13-6 win over the jets but only scored two goals in the afternoon. Parker is a deep guy worth taking a shot if you will be hammered by bye in the next three weeks, but otherwise not much fantasy value.
Cordarrelle Patterson, Patriots
Patterson has helped the patriots of a pair of jams in the backfield in the last two weeks, a total of 99 meters and a touchdown of 21 berries. The problem is, however, that he probably loses all the value when Sony Michel comes back from a knee injury, and it may happen as soon as a week. His role in a Michel-less crime is big enough to make him blink on the turn-off radar this week, especially as we will not get more clarity about rookie’s health until later this week, but he will immediately be released right now Michel.
Anthony Miller, Bears
Allen Robinson has missed Chicago’s last two matches due to a damage to light and Miller has been intensified in his absence. The beginner from Memphis has taken eight out of 13 goals for 86 yards and a touchdown in that thrill and utilizes his opportunities in a few games that dominate Bears from start to finish. It’s too early to know Robinson’s status for week 10 when the bear is worth the lion, but Miller would probably be in line for at least seven goals in the game if the veteran would remain on the page.
Doyle played his first match since week 2 two weeks ago – before Colts bye – led the team prisoners across the board and raised six catches to seven goals for 70 yards and a touchdown in the 42-28 victory over the Raiders. Doyle was one of three Colts’ tight ends to find the final zone in the game, joining Eric Ebron and Mo Alie-Cox, but he was the clear leader of the position. He played 73% of team snaps, compared to 22% for Ebron and 32% for Alie-Cox. Now he is healthy, he will be on TE1 radar for the rest of the season.
Chris Herndon, Jets
Herndon’s three-game touchdown stroke was snapped in Jets 13-6 loss for the dolphins in week 9, but in one way it was his best game of the season. He captured all four of his goals for a team-wide 62 meters, and showed off his big play-ability again with a 28-yard grip. Over the last four weeks, the rookie from Miami has 11 receptions for 176 meters and three touchdowns, which become a key player in Jets offensive. He will at least be on radar radar weekly for the rest of the season.
Jeff Heuerman, Broncos
Heuerman easily had his best season play on Sunday and took 10 out of 10 11 goals for 83 meters and a touchdown in Denver 19-17 loss to Houston. He led the team to goal, but it’s not as if someone else’s workload was anomally small. Emmanuel Sanders scored nine goals, Courtland Sutton had five, and Phillip Lindsay had 17 berries while he got three looks from Case Keenum. In other words, Heuerman could definitely be in line for a major role in the crime now when Demaryius Thomas is gone. The broncos have a day in week 10, but as Herndon Heuermans floor is a weekly candidate for the rest of the year.