NFL 2019 Week 10 Streaming IDP Players

It is inevitable in Week 10 that you are going to be streaming some players on both sides of the ball.

It is Week 10 of the NFL 2019 season and there are six…yes six teams on a bye and a few of them have players that you have on your roster. Teams on a bye: Denver Broncos, Jacksonville Jaguars, Houston Texans, New England Patriots, Philadelphia Eagles and Washington. You are going to need a little help. And that is not to mention, injuries.

So here are three players you might consider putting in your line-up this week.

DEFENSIVE LINE

Emmanuel Ogbah, Defensive End, Kansas City Chiefs v Tennessee Titans

While everyone is concerned about whether quarterback, Patrick Mahomes, will play this week, there are other considerations. Will defensive end, Frank Clark, play or not? If Clark is out, Ogbah is in.

Forget about his lackluster performance last week. This is all about his Week 10 opponent. The Titans’ offensive line has given up 38 sacks, with 27.5 coming from the defensive line position.

Clark may be the last man standing on the defensive line. That’s okay, the Titans are generous to whoever is on the other side of the ball.

LINEBACKER

Brandon Copeland, Linebacker, New York Jets v New York Giants

Again, this is all about the rule of attrition. And yes, Copeland is currently the last man standing. Last week, he was in on 100% of the defensive snaps. He finished with nine total tackles, and a sack.

This week, he will go up against a Giants’ team that has allowed an average of 27 tackles to the linebackers on the opposite side of the ball. With Copeland playing 100%, that has to equal some sweet fantasy points coming your way.

DEFENSIVE BACKS

Tavon Wilson, Safety, Detroit Lions v Chicago Bears

The Lions’ secondary is um…unraveling? Tracy Walker is out with a knee issue. And then there is of course, the trading of Quandre Diggs, to Seattle.

Here he comes to save the day! Wilson swept in last week and was on the field for 94% of the defensive snaps. He finished with seven total tackles.

We all know the Bears are offensively challenged. That should make some good tackling opportunities for Wilson.

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