Top 7 Week 10 Fantasy Football PPR Streamers

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There are a lot of great fantasy teams off on a bye in week 10. The Texans, Broncos, Jaguars, Patriots, Eagles, and Redskins are all off this week, meaning there’s a chance you could be missing some of your heavy hitters. Here are some suggestions to fill any holes left in your roster by the bye in week 10.

Devin Singletary

Devin Singletary seems to be healthy now, and was given a huge workload in week 9. He went 95 yards off of his 20 carries, and 45 yards off of three receptions. His ownership percentage is around 63%, so he’s one of the higher owned players on this list, but there’s still a chance he’s available in your league. Singletary has a great matchup against the Browns, who have allowed the 3rd most rushing yards per game this season. If he’s getting a similar workload this week, I am expecting even more yards for him than he had in week 9. He’s a great choice if he’s available in your league.

Jaylen Samuels

Despite lining up as a running back, Samuels was more of a receiver for the Steelers. He only had ten yards on eight carries, but had 73 yards off of 13 receptions. He’d be a great pickup for PPR leagues. He’s going up against the Rams, which aren’t the easiest team to throw against. However, he’ll most likely still be getting a lot of targets, as the Steelers have been using him to fill in the hole left behind by James Conner, who is unlikely to play on Sunday. He caught all of his targets last week and has therefore proven to be a reliable add.

Ronald Jones II

Ronald Jones II had a pretty big game in week nine. He went 67 yards and scored a touchdown off of 18 carries, plus an additional fifteen yards off of two receptions. Jones has a great matchup against a Cardinals defense that has been pretty weak against the run, allowing an average 126.9 yards per game. If Jones gets 18 carries again this week, I’m predicting he’s going to take them a lot farther. He’d be a good pickup if you don’t trust the Steelers passing game against the Rams defense, and if Singletary is taken in your league.

Josh Gordon

Gordon got dropped off of a lot of fantasy rosters when he was dropped from the Patriots. He’s been picked up by the Seahawks, giving Russell Wilson another dangerous weapon to throw to. The Seahawks aren’t the most pass-heavy team in the league, but Russell Wilson is putting on a fantastic show this season, having thrown 22 touchdowns and only one interception on the season. The Seahawks are a great passing offense for Gordon to have landed in. While teams sometimes take it easy on new receivers, they have a big matchup against the 49ers and Gordon’s talent would give them a huge boost, so he could still see a fair number of targets on Monday.

Josh Reynolds

Reynolds had a big game in week eight against the Bengals. He went 73 yards and scored a touchdown off of three receptions. He’s coming off of a bye this week, and will be fresh for their game against the Steelers. The Steelers are a tougher secondary than the Bengals, so it’s to be seen how much the Rams are going to pass the ball. With Brandin Cooks out, Reynolds is looking to get more targets this week, and has big game potential as he proved in week eight.

Jonnu Smith

Smith has been filling in for Delanie Walker, who’s been out due to an ankle injury. Smith has put up 9.4, 19.8, and 4.8 points in PPR leagues while playing for the Titans. As long as Walker is out, Smith is going to be getting game time and targets, and he’s proven he’s capable of putting up big fantasy points. The Titans are playing the Chiefs this week. The Chiefs have been average against opposing tight ends this season, so Smith could have a chance at another big game this Sunday.

Ravens Defense

I always like to include a defense at the end of these lists, and this time it’s the Ravens. The Ravens defense proved their skill against the Patriots last week, holding that incredible offense to twenty points and helping their team to an upset victory. The Ravens have a much nicer matchup this week, against the Bengals. The Bengals offense has been pretty mediocre this season, ranking in the bottom 10 in average overall yards per game. I’m expecting the Ravens to have a relatively easy time keeping them contained on Sunday.

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