Fantasy Football: Final Sunday/Monday Rankings for Week 10

Jay ClemonsFantasy Sports Lead WriterNovember 11, 2012

Raiders QB Carson Palmer (2,355 yards passing, 14 total TDs) has averaged 27.2 fantasy points in his last three games (standard-scoring rules).
Raiders QB Carson Palmer (2,355 yards passing, 14 total TDs) has averaged 27.2 fantasy points in his last three games (standard-scoring rules).Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images

Here are four revised Sunday/Monday countdowns for fantasy Week 10—involving quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers and tight ends (standard-scoring leagues).

Some of the rankings have been modified to support new developments from the NFL's official injury list.

But as stated many times in this blog, I am not one to overreact to a star player listed as "questionable" prior to kickoff.

My rationale: If a guy practiced twice over the three-day period of Wednesday through Friday, I assume he'll play and garner roughly 70 percent of his standard touches, targets or pass attempts.

One last thing: Consult the NFL Weather Map before settling all lineup quandaries.

Top 25 Quarterbacks For Sunday/Monday

1. Tom Brady vs. Buffalo
2. Drew Brees vs. Atlanta
3. Peyton Manning at Carolina
4. Matt Ryan at New Orleans
5. Matthew Stafford at Minnesota
6. Eli Manning at Cincinnati
7. Philip Rivers at Tampa Bay
8. Ben Roethlisberger vs. Kansas City
9. Tony Romo at Philadelphia
10. Josh Freeman vs. San Diego
11. Carson Palmer at Baltimore
12. Cam Newton vs. Denver
13. Andy Dalton vs. N.Y. Giants
14. Ryan Fitzpatrick at New England
15. Joe Flacco vs. Oakland
16. Michael Vick vs. Dallas
17. Ryan Tannehill vs. Tennessee
18. Jay Cutler vs. Houston
19. Jake Locker at Miami
20. Alex Smith vs. St. Louis
21. Matt Schaub at Chicago
22. Mark Sanchez at N.Y. Jets
23. Russell Wilson vs. Seattle
24. Sam Bradford at San Francisco
25. Christian Ponder vs. Detroit
25a. Matt Cassel at Pittsburgh

Top 40 Running Backs For Sunday/Monday

1. Adrian Peterson vs. Detroit
2. Ray Rice vs. Oakland
3. Doug Martin vs. San Diego
4. LeSean McCoy vs. Dallas
5. Marshawn Lynch vs. N.Y. Jets
6. Arian Foster at Chicago
7. Matt Forte vs. Houston
8. Stevan Ridley vs. Buffalo
9. Michael Turner at New Orleans
10. Frank Gore vs. St. Louis
11. Reggie Bush vs. Tennessee
12. C.J. Spiller at New England
13. Chris Johnson at Miami
14. Isaac Redman vs. Kansas City
15. Ryan Mathews at Tampa Bay
16. Ahmad Bradshaw at Cincinnati
17. Mikel Leshoure at Minnesota
18. BenJarvus Green-Ellis vs. N.Y. Giants
19. Willis McGahee at Carolina
20. Jamaal Charles at Pittsburgh
21. Shonn Greene at Seattle
22. Steven Jackson at San Francisco
23. Jonathan Stewart vs. Denver
24. Shane Vereen vs. Buffalo
25. Marcel Reece at Baltimore
26. Felix Jones at Philadelphia
27. Taiwan Jones at Baltimore
28. Joique Bell at Minnesota
29. Jonathan Dwyer vs. Kansas City
30. Pierre Thomas vs. Atlanta
31. Fred Jackson at New England
32. DeAngelo Williams vs. Denver
33. Daniel Thomas vs. Tennessee
34. Jacquizz Rodgers at New Orleans
35. Michael Bush vs. Houston
36. Christoper Ivory vs. Atlanta
37. Kendall Hunter vs. St. Louis
38. Andre Brown at Cincinnati
39. Daryl Richardson at San Francisco
40. Mark Ingram vs. Atlanta

Top 50 Receivers For Sunday/Monday

1. A.J. Green vs. N.Y. Giants
2. Calvin Johnson at Minnesota
3. Julio Jones at New Orleans
4. Vincent Jackson vs. San Diego
5. Brandon Marshall vs. Houston
6. Eric Decker at Carolina
7. Marques Colston vs. Atlanta
8. Wes Welker vs. Buffalo
9. Mike Wallace vs. Kansas City
10. Denarius Moore at Baltimore
11. Roddy White at New Orleans
12. Victor Cruz at Cincinnati
13. Malcom Floyd at Tampa Bay
14. Miles Austin at Philadelphia
15. Andre Johnson at Chicago
16. Demaryius Thomas at Carolina
17. Steve Smith vs. Denver
18. Torrey Smith vs. Oakland
19. Jeremy Maclin vs. Dallas
20. Lance Moore vs. Atlanta
21. Brian Hartline vs. Tennessee
22. Michael Crabtree vs. St. Louis
23. Nate Washington at Miami
24. Brandon Lloyd vs. Buffalo
25. Steve Johnson at New England
26. DeSean Jackson vs. Dallas
27. Dwayne Bowe at Pittsburgh
28. Sidney Rice vs. N.Y. Jets
29. Titus Young at Minnesota
30. Hakeem Nicks at Cincinnati
31. Danny Amendola at San Francisco
32. Dez Bryant at Philadelphia
33. Anquan Boldin vs. Oakland
34. Jerome Simpson vs. Detroit
35. Brandon LaFell vs. Denver
36. Jeremy Kerley at Seattle
37. Mike Williams vs. San Diego
38. Emmanuel Sanders vs. Kansas City
39. Darrius Heyward-Bey at Baltimore
40. Davone Bess vs. Tennessee
41. Danario Alexander at Tampa Bay
42. Kenny Britt at Miami
43. Golden Tate vs. N.Y. Jets
44. Michael Jenkins vs. Detroit
45. Andrew Hawkins vs. N.Y. Giants
46. Brandon Gibson at San Francisco
47. Donald Jones at New England
48. Kendall Wright at Miami
49. Domenik Hixon at Cincinnati
50. Devin Aromashodu vs. Detroit

Top 25 Tight Ends For Sunday/Monday

Unsolicited advice: Owen Daniels owners, please have a rock-solid Plan B if the Texans tight end (hip) is a late scratch on Sunday night.

It may involve pre-emptively riding a different asset during the 1 and 4 p.m. kickoffs—or grabbing Daniels' highly capable backup, James Casey, off waivers.

1. Rob Gronkowski vs. Buffalo
2. Jason Witten at Philadelphia
3. Jimmy Graham vs. Atlanta
4. Tony Gonzalez at New Orleans
5. Heath Miller vs. Kansas City
6. Antonio Gates at Tampa Bay
7. Dustin Keller at Seattle
8. Vernon Davis vs. St. Louis
9. Brandon Pettigrew at Minnesota
10. Jermaine Gresham vs. N.Y. Giants
11. Brandon Myers at Baltimore
12. Martellus Bennett at Cincinnati
13. Brent Celek vs. Dallas
14. Greg Olsen vs. Denver
15. Scott Chandler at New England
16. Owen Daniels/James Casey at Chicago
17. Jacob Tamme at Carolina
18. Jared Cook at Miami
19. Zach Miller vs. N.Y. Jets
20. Kyle Rudolph vs. Detroit
21. Dallas Clark vs. San Diego
22. Joel Dreessen at Carolina
23. Dennis Pitta vs. Oakland
24. Lance Kendricks at San Francisco
25. Tony Moeaki at Pittsburgh

Jay Clemons
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