Fantasy Football Start ‘Em, Sit ‘Em Week 10

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Sep 7, 2014; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; Miami Dolphins wide receiver Mike Wallace (11) reacts after an incomplete pass thrown during the first half against the New England Patriots at Sun Life Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

Sit ‘Em

WR Rueben Randle (NYG) – Rueben Randle has two things working against him come Sunday.

  1. He faces the Seattle Seahawks defense. They are tied with the Detroit Lions for fewest TD’s allowed in 2014.
  2. The guy that lines up opposite of him, Odell Beckham Jr., is really, really, good.

In the Monday Night Football games against the Indianapolis Colts, Beckham led the team in receptions (8), and receiving yards (156). Randle had 11 targets with four catches, and 49 yards.

Making the case for Randle even worse is the fact that he hasn’t caught a TD pass in three weeks. Things are unlikely to improve against Seattle this week.

WR Mike Wallace (MIA) – In week 10 Mike Wallace faces the Detroit Lions. The Lions defense has allowed the fifth fewest fantasy points (16) to wide receivers.

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Wallace has struggled in recent weeks to find the endzone, and things are unlikely get any easier vs. Detroit.

TE Vernon Davis (SF) – In week one, Vernon Davis went off for 20 points. Since then, the 49ers tight end doesn’t have 20 combined points. He has been frustrating fantasy football owners all season long, and again, myself included.

To further complicate matters for Davis, the Saints have been stingy to opposing tight ends this season, giving up an average of just 4 points per game. This game may turn into a high scoring affair, but it’s unlikely that Davis will benefit very much if it does.

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