Week 10 was a week with the highest of expectations for me, and I loved the matchups, pricing, and everything about this daily fantasy football slate. Some of the value picks hit (Eli Rogers and Stefon Diggs) but there was plenty of disappointing performances from players like Matt Ryan and Mike Evans.
Week 10 of the fantasy football season has come and gone and the superstars seem to have returned for the most part. With only three weeks before fantasy playoffs owners do NOT want to be panicking right now. There are several players this week who were drafted very highly, and are disappointing fantasy owners in a big way somehow.
With all leagues in the playoffs at this point in the college fantasy football season, we are paring down the list of potential waiver wire pickups, but we are still seeing plenty of names popping up not on rosters that could help win a championship.
With only four weeks left in the fantasy regular season for the majority of leagues, fantasy owners need wins to make sure they advance to the playoffs. With several key running backs banged up, it makes lineup decisions difficult.
For Week 10, the injury report is back to being a long one, much to the chagrin of fantasy owners. Several players have been ruled out already; but as always some of the questionable players are legitimately questionable and some are likely going to play.
Thankfully, the weeks with six teams on bye are over for this fantasy season. Week 10 does have four teams on bye, but it seems like fantasy owners can breathe a little easier only benching players from the Oakland Raiders, Indianapolis Colts, Detroit Lions and Buffalo Bills.