The Week 10 wide receiver rankings are here help you make tough decisions this week. Whether it is deciding which of your options to start with or who you should be looking to pick up this week to cover your byes and injuries. Our team will be here the rest of the year ranking the offensive positions, defensive positions and team defense to try and help you win your fantasy football leagues. Last week, Amendola and Smith finished as flex plays while Godwin and Moore didn’t quite pan out as I hoped.
Below the table, I’ll be highlighting some pick ups for this week (if they are still available) and sneaky-starts for your bye-week needs.
Danny Amendola, MIA @ GB (48%)
*Week 10 Update*: Amendola is still under-owned. He’s a WR3/Flex play in almost any league 10-team or greater. Go snag him and feel comfortable pulling in at least 7-8 points.
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*Week 9 Update*: Amendola’s ownership went up from 20% -> 47% which is still too low. Brock loves his safety blanket over the middle and will continue to use him. Don’t be afraid of the Parker breakout potential. Danny is here to stay with consistent points in your WR3/FLEX spot.
Brock-tober continues and Danny just keeps getting better. These rankings are centered around PPR leagues so keep that in mind, as Amendola may be more TD-dependent in regular leagues which isn’t his specialty. He’s a chain-mover and a trusted target for his QB and this game projects as high-scoring. He’s a nice bye-week fill-in or FLEX play this week.
Adam Humphries, TB vs WAS (10%)
Not only has Humphries averaged 9 targets per game over the past 3 weeks, but he’s double his fantasy points each week as well (7 -> 14 -> 28). I’m not expecting another 2 TD game from him but it looks like the 7-8 range is his floor. He is a great route runner, can create space, and is Fitz’ go-to guy for the short throws (when he decides not to air it out). Ten percent is far too low for a player with this type of volume. It’s not the best matchup this week, but the floor alone is enough for me to trot him out as a FLEX or bye-week fill in.
John Ross, CIN vs NO (9%)
Tyler Boyd should continue to put up consistent numbers with A.J. Green out of the lineup, but John Ross is in line for increase in targets and production as well. This offense can definitely support 2 starting WR’s and will be facing the Saints who love to play in shootout games.
Jamison Crowder, WAS @ TB (31%)
Let me start by warning against starting him this week! I want to mention him as more of a stash play than a sneaky start this week. That being said, he could sneakily provide value this week coming off a multi-week absence. The Bucs love to get into shootouts. I don’t love Alex Smith in these types of games, but Crowder should absorb much of the volume if his pass attempts were ever to get up in the 30 range. If you have bench space and may need a WR in future weeks, he’s worth a stash.