FFB Style Guide: Week 10

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Jamaal Williams – RB – Detroit Lions

Jamaal Williams is poised for a fantasy boom in the coming weeks as he is now Detroit’s lead running-back by out carrying D’Andre Swift 24 to 2 last week. With Swift’s looming injuries causing him to miss three games this season, Williams has been thrust into the spotlight amassing eight touchdowns in eight games this season, and averaging a career best 7.3 yards per carry. While Williams only had 10.1 fantasy points against Green Bay in week 9, he plays a weak run defense in Chicago for week 10.


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Christian Kirk – WR – Jacksonville Jaguars

Christian Kirk has entrenched himself as Trevor Lawrence’s number one target on the Jaguars this season.  He is coming off a career high 21.6 points in his week 9 victory over the Raiders. Fantasy managers should look to add Kirk as a solid wide-receiver. In his next 3 games, Kirk faces advantageous matchups against the Chiefs, Ravens, and Lions.




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Justin Fields – QB – Chicago Bears

Justin Fields has been on a hot streak since head coach Matt Eberflus has let him run loose.  Fields has put up point totals of 17.02, 18.4, 23.36, 26.04, and an impressive 42.72 over the last 5 weeks, making his way into the top 10 PPR (Point Per Reception) for quarterbacks. This week he faces the subpar Detroit defense and is a sure fire boom once again.  Rostered in only 47.5% of leagues, he should be on your radar for this week’s waivers.


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Jeff Wilson Jr. – RB – Miami Dolphins

After being acquired by Miami at the deadline, Wilson dropped an unexpected 16 point week matching the 9 touches of Roheem Mostert for 51 yards and a touchdown.  Plus, he had an additional 3 targets which he hauled in for 21 yards. He looks to take a majority of the workload against Cleveland this week. Rostered in 44.7% of leagues he is definitely one to look out for on this week’s waivers.



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Drake London – WR – Atlanta Falcons

Although the Panthers are weak against wide receivers, Atlanta’s passing game has not been great. London started out his first three games strong by tallying 12.4, 24.6, and 14.4, but has not surpassed 10 fantasy points since then. London is projected 10.5 points this week and should not be expected to reach this.



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Courtland Sutton – WR – Denver Broncos

Coming off of a bye this week, Sutton faces the Tennessee Titans ranked 30th against wide receivers. Despite these good looking odds, Sutton has only had 6 receptions for 50 yards and no touchdowns from weeks 6-8. In week 8, Jerry Jeudy saw more targets and found the end zone. Greg Dulcich has also been a nice target for Russel Wilson these past few weeks. With these trends, fantasy managers should lower expectations for Sutton this week.