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This is the final bye weekend on the NFL schedule and only two team will be off. Both the Giants and Texans will be out this week so make sure your fantasy football players on these teams are out of your lineup.

Other than that every other team in football is back on the field again this week and that means most of your fantasy team is at your disposal. Hopefully, you already have a set lineup of players your routinely starting by this point of the season.

However, there may be a position or two your having trouble getting consistent production from.

Below we have our top border line players at different positions that are worth starting and worth sitting for the tenth week of the NFL fantasy football season.



  • Brett Favre vs Lions
  • Tony Romo @ Packers
  • Jay Cutler @ 49ers

Running Backs

  • LeSean McCoy @ Chargers (If Brian Westbrook is Out)
  • Knowshon Moreno @ Redskins
  • Joseph Addai vs Patriots

Wide Receivers

  • Sidney Rice vs Lions
  • Steve Breaston vs Seahawks

Tight Ends

  • Greg Olsen @ 49ers
  • Dustin Keller vs Jaguars


  • Rob Bironas vs Bills
  • Ryan Longwell vs Lions

Defense/ ST

  • Ravens @ Browns
  • Saints @ Rams
  • Broncos @ Redskins



  • Carson Palmer vs Steelers
  • Vince Young @ Bills (Don’t Start….Yet)

Running Backs

  • LaDainian Tomlinson vs Eagles (Washed Up)
  • Justin Fargas vs Chiefs (If McFadden is Back)

Wide Receivers

  • Anquan Boldin vs Seahawks ( Injured)
  • Malcom Floyd vs Eagles
  • Mohamed Massaquoi vs Ravens


  • Steven Hauschka @ Browns (May be Cut Soon)

Defense/ ST

  • Packers vs Cowboys
  • Eagles @ Chargers

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Comments (9)

  • Anonymous

    I think Boldin will be ready to prove he's not one to throw to the wayside. The week off may have done him some good – although his attitude may hurt his game. I'm on the fence about him. I think the 9ers will do better against the Bears than they did against the Titans.

  • Sean Douglas- fantasy-info

    First off I agree with you about the 49ers and that they will play better his Thursday against the 49ers

  • Sean Douglas- fantasy-info

    Secondly, about Boldin, it's hard to say at this point. Boldin should play this weekend against the Seahawks and one would figure he could bounce back.

    If you have good options on your bench, I would go with that until Boldin starts looking like his former self.

    If you don't have another decent option then go with Boldin and hope that week off did him some good.

  • Jorge

    should i start sammie stroughter or braylon edwards this weekend?

  • Sean Douglas- fantasy-info

    Sammie has turned it on for himself the past three weeks but I would go with Edwards on this one.

    The Jaguars got torched this past weekend by Chris Chambers and Edwards should have opportunities to produce.

    As far as Sammy goes he's worth holding onto right now but I need to see a bit more from Josh Freeman.

    I'm sure Freeman and Sammy have chemistry together as they've probably practiced together a bunch.

  • Anonymous

    Looking for solid starts on 2 out of these 4:
    Megatron vs MIN
    A. Collie vs PATS
    Mike Sims-Walker vs JETS
    J. Maclin vs SD

  • Sean Douglas- fantasy-info

    I would go with Megatron and Mike Sims-Walker.

    Walker is having a great year and should be started every week.

    Megatron has come back and practiced at a full go this week and has a game under his belt from a week ago.

    Reports about Megatron's physical route running from a week ago are positive as he still had his speed.

    The Vikings secondary has never been strong, and they will be without their top corner once again this week.

    Look for the Lions to try and exploit the Vikings down the field with Mega on Sunday.

    As far as your other two receivers they are complete hit and miss receivers.

    I was starting to like Collie, but he injured himself last week against the Texans. He will play but I'm not sure how effective he will be.

    Maclin is a total hit and miss player. If he gets the big touchdown, he's a good play. If not he gets lost in the offense very easily.

  • Eric

    i need to start three of WRs: Vincent Jackson, Desean Jackson, Calvin Johnson, Sidney Rice, Percy Harvin.

    Definitely going to start V Jax and think Rice will do better than Harvin, but Djax vs Megatron is where im having problems deciding

  • Sean Douglas- fantasy-info

    At this time, I would definitely go with V Jax and Djax. They've both played to well to be benched, even if Djax had a bad game last week.

    As for your third choice, I would go with Rice for this week. Rice has been hot and we need to see Megatron prove he is truly back (producing for fantasy owners) from his knee injury.

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