⛽️🔥 Week Ten Matchups/ More Fields Love

Fast Five facts/Injury reports and More

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Fast Five Facts leading into Week Ten

All Stats Are Courtesy of The 33rd Team's Edge

1.) Kyler Murray leads all starting quarterbacks in Shotgun snaps at 97.8%

2.) D'Andre Swift has a 7.3 YPC this season. This leads all rushers with at least 20 attempts.

3.) Devante Adams has a 56.5% catch percentage so far. It would be the lowest in the top 15.

4.)Drew Sample has -2 receiving yards on the season. He is the only TE to have negative yards this season.

5.) The New York Giants have only allowed 17 catches to the RB position. That's the best in the league.


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D. Mitch has scored 30+ in all but two games this season. He is averaging 22 FGA / 9.6 3PA / 5.8 FTA per game this season and playing a ton of minutes.

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Week Eleven College Football Pick

Blake Corum had one of his worst outings of the season (still ran for 100 yards) and didn't cash his rushing prop. But, we're back with another prop:

Travis Dye Over 105.5 Rushing Yards

Dye has been running all over everyone this season, and the Colorado defense should not slow him down this week. Dye has only hit this prop in two of the last five games, but Colorado's defense is one of the worst in the FBS in run defense.

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The dynasty RB1 spot is open for grabs with Jonathan Taylor having a down year. Throughout the year, Saquon Barkley, Breece Hall, and now, Kenneth Walker have all been in the conversation with JT as the top dog. I am here to tell you that none of these RBs will be valued more than Bijan Robinson come May of 2023.

Bijan’s collegiate resume speaks for itself. Bijan is not only a good runner, but even more of a receiving threat. Throughout the last two and a half years, he has shown that he is the top dog in 2023 and why he will immediately be a Round 1 start-up pick this upcoming summer.

Texas currently has Bijan listed at 6’0” and 220lbs, which is the ideal NFL RB size. In high school, Bijan’s 40-yard dash was reportedly around a 4.77, which seems extremely high based on his game speed. If he can even get that down to 4.50, Bijan will have a speed score of 107.3, which is good to be in the 86th percentile, well above what we like to see. Additionally, his collegiate target share sits right above 10%, which is an excellent indicator of future success at the NFL level.

All of the collegiate production is there. The athleticism testing will come, but we expect him to be above average in all categories. The draft capital will be, at worst, Round 2. What isn’t there to like? If he isn’t there already, Bijan Robinson will soon be everyone’s dynasty RB1.

Regarding the 2023 draft class, the hype is primarily driven around the running backs. Everyone wants a piece of Bijan, yet no one is talking about how deep the class goes at the wide receiver position. Now granted, I do not have a crystal ball to know what sort of investment the NFL will make on these wide receiver prospects in terms of draft capital and opportunity but based on their production this season, I feel we are too low on them in our 2023 rookie ADP.

Rashee Rice (WR, SMU) - Rice is having a great season with 1068 yards on 71 receptions and eight touchdowns. He is first in the nation for total receiving yards and has been a steady contributor to the Mustang offense over the years, yet we have let him fall to WR15 of the class with an ADP of 43.1. Draft more Rice with confidence!

Xavier Hutchinson (WR, Iowa St.) - Hutchinson has 87 receptions already this year and continues to display his dominance with his 6’3” 210 lbs frame as he leads the Big 12 for three straight years in receptions. He ranks as our WR12 with an ADP of 39.0 and has finally begun to rise a bit in our November mocks. The nation’s leader in receptions deserves a bit more respect than this.

Jaylin Hyatt (WR, Tennessee) - The Volunteers have been fun to watch this year, and a big reason for that is Jaylin Hyatt. He currently leads the nation in receiving touchdowns with 14 and has the deep speed we know the NFL will covet. Hyatt is our WR10 and has an ADP of 36.4, which has risen significantly since the summer. I expect this trajectory to continue as rumors of first-round capital are floating around for him, and comparisons to being “this year’s Jameson Williams” are made.

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Josh Allen (right elbow/UCL) remains out of practice, and I don’t expect him to play this week, and could wind up missing more than one week. Kyler Murray (hamstring) has been able to practice in a limited capacity. Ryan Tannehill (ankle) has returned to practice, and I believe he will return to playing this week. Matt Stafford (concussion) is in jeopardy of missing this week after being a mid-week addition to the report due to symptoms.

Jonathan Taylor (ankle) has been upgraded to a full participant and intends to play. Ezekiel Elliott (knee) has progressed to a limited participant, but stated he wants to play. D’Andre Swift (ankle/shoulder) remains a limited participant, but I expect him to play, hopefully with more touches, this week. Aaron Jones (ankle) has been able to practice in a limited capacity and has a shot at playing. Dameon Pierce (chest/shoulder) remains limited, so keep an eye on his status; my guess is he plays. Kyren Williams (foot) has a decent shot at playing this week.

Keenan Allen (hamstring) remains out of practice, and I continue to view him as week-to-week. Mike Evans (ribs/ankle) remains limited in practice. However, I expect him to play. Brandin Cooks (wrist) is expected to play this week, but Nico Collins (groin) may be out one more week. Hunter Renfrow (oblique) has been placed on IR, but I would not run to any of his replacements for fantasy. Mecole Hardman (abdomen) has been unable to practice and may miss the game. Treylon Burks (left turf toe) has been designated for return from IR, but not sure if he will play yet. Jahan Dotson (hamstring) has a decent chance to return this week after upgrading to limited capacity.

Darren Waller (hamstring) has been placed on IR and will now miss at least four games, opening the door for Foster Moreau. David Njoku (ankle) was spotted on the rehab field and listed as a non-participant in practice, but he had stated he intends to play, so keep an eye on his status.

There are many more updates, especially after full injury reports come out, so be sure to tune in to the Destination Devy Injury Pod that drops on Sunday morning before setting your lineups, and follow me @jmthrivept for live updates.

Beyond the Mic🎙

@Atm is also in on the Justin Fields' Train and explains why below

Justin Fields is one of the most polarizing fantasy assets in dynasties today. After week 4, Justin Fields was only completing 8.5 passes per game and had three total touchdowns to 5 turnovers (4 interceptions and one fumble lost). Not only that, the Bears had done a terrible job surrounding him with talents such as his pass-catching weapons and a competent offensive line, but it also looked like they didn’t trust him to throw the ball. His completion percentage of 50.7% only confirmed what everybody was watching- an inaccurate quarterback in one of the worst situations in the NFL. Tack on the fact that the Bears just cleaned house and have a new regime in Chicago, and the panic of Fields even being the quarterback at the start of the 2023 season was setting in. He reached a new low by the dynasty community in terms of value.

Over the next five weeks, Justin Fields had three games of a QBR over 106, threw eight touchdowns to 2 interceptions, and ran for 455 yards while adding three touchdowns on the ground. While compiling these gaudy numbers, which made him QB1 during these five weeks, he also has done it with essentially the same cast of characters around him (They did add Claypool at the trade deadline, but he only played 35% of snaps in his first game with the Bears). While some may still not be sold on Justin Fields as a passer, you cannot understate how elite he has been as a rusher. His rushing season pace through 9 games is 1,137 yards which would be 2nd all-time for a quarterback (Lamar Jackson holds the record at 1,206). To give you an idea of how ridiculous he has been as a runner over the last five weeks at 91 yards per game, that 17-game pace would obliterate the QB record at 1,547 yards.

Justin Fields offers a very high floor and week-winning upside, he has 1st round draft capital, and his situation can only improve in Chicago. He is only 23 years old; he looks like a league winner and still could improve quite a bit from where he is today. If people are hesitant to buy in on Justin Fields, I would strongly suggest exploring the cost of acquisition of him in your leagues. You might be surprised by the asking price!

 @FantasyGenes gives us his two matchups for week Ten.

Let's get into the matchups that I like this week.

Christian McCaffrey vs Chargers

We have seen really quickly that the 49ers want to get Christian McCaffrey involved early and often in this offense. Coming off a bye, rested, and another week to learn the offense, he will be able to feast vs this injury-riddled defense. The Chargers run defense:

  • 2nd most rush yards allowed per game to RBs (134)

  • 2nd most fantasy pts allowed per game to RBs (30.3)

  • Most rush yards per carry allowed per game (6)

  • 29th in rush DVOA

  • Start CMC with confidence. CMC's rushing prop is the only one available, and it is 75.5. This is in play with how bad the Chargers have been.

Cade Otton vs Seahawks

The Bucs have been a high-volume, low yards-per-attempt offense, and the game vs. the Seahawks is set to be a high-volume and fast-paced. This environment leads me to the TE position for us to use against this defense, especially with the Bucs being 9th in the league in targets to the TE. The Seahawks' defense this season:

  • 2nd most in fantasy points allowed per game to TEs (19.2)

  • 2nd most rec yards allowed per game to TEs (70)

  • Highest yards per rec allowed per game to TEs (14.8)

  • Start Otton with confidence. Currently PrizePicks does not have his line out.

 @EricVanekNFL gives us his best options in Week Ten.

Week 10 is here! Double digits already! This season is flying by. Let’s try this week to get some solid plays in this week for everyone!

At QB this week, I like Russell Wilson. He is QB18 this week in the rankings, and I feel like after a bye, and with how many points the Titans secondary has given up, I think this should be a get-right game with Denver. Pass catchers are mostly all healthy Dulcich has been excellent at TE for them, and I think Sutton and Jeudy can get back on track here with Russ. I think I will fire up Russ where I can this week.

At the RB spot this week I like RB28 Kareem Hunt. I think this should be a high-scoring game between Cleveland and Miami this week and Hunt should get his fair share of the work in the passing game and run game. I can see Kareem splashing into the end zone at some point as well so don’t be afraid to fire up some Kareem.

For the WR spot this week, I am liking the Giants' Darius Slayton. The last month he has been their best and most consistent WR by far, and I think that continues off their bye against a bad Houston defense. Slayton is Wr 47 this week, and I think he easily finishes as a top 36 WR this week in PPR. Fire up some Slayton!

Last but not least is the TE spot; I am going back to the well from last week on this one, and that is TE Cole Kmet. He caught two TDs last week, and he gets one of the worst defenses in the league this week? Sign me up for some Kmet against Detroit this week pretty easily!

good luck to everyone in week 10 let’s get closer to locking up a playoff spot.

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