Looking at the Week 10 fantasy injury report and once again, the wide receiver position leads the way in terms of sheer numbers. The targets you need to know about from the early (1 p.m. ET kickoffs) games are listed below, including several that have already been ruled out.
While there are a lot of running backs on the fantasy injury report for Week 10, many were able to put in a full practice and are listed as probable. Guys you don't have to worry about (at least for injury purposes) include: DeMarco Murray, DeAngelo Williams, Jonathan Stewart, Ryan Mathews, C.J. Anderson and Ronnie Hillman.
Fantasy owners who have stuck with Antonio Brown (the again why wouldn’t you) were rewarded in a huge way (17 rec., 284 yds.) in Week 9, while some other big names continued to struggle. As for the wide receivers and tight ends I told you to start or sit last week, how did that advice pan out?
Week 9 featured some big fantasy performances from unexpected running backs (like Jeremy Langford), as well as some of the usual suspects (Adrian Peterson, Todd Gurley). So how good was my RB start/sit advice last week?
In fantasy, just like the NFL, injuries to one position can have a ripple effect with another. That's the case in Week 10, as some injuries to some top-tier quarterbacks Andrew Luck and Ben Roethlisberger have impacted the outlook and value of their top receiving options.