NFL Fantasy Football: Sit/Start for Week 10

BR StudiosFeatured ColumnistNovember 9, 2011

It’s Week 10 and you can feel the intensity picking up as we drive towards the fantasy playoffs.

With nine weeks of games in the books we now have some universal truths to hold self evident when choosing your starters.

For example, you can’t run against the 49ers defense which means Brandon Jacobs should head back to your bench and emerging tight end stud Jake Ballard will get plenty of looks in the Giants passing game.

The Patriots passing game is all about Wes Welker and the two tight ends, which sounds like a bad alternative band, and leaves Deion Branch out of the rotation.

I think Reggie Bush has been rejuvenated by the breakup of Kim Kardashian, while Ryan Grant has been demoted behind James Starks in an offense that doesn’t need to run the ball to score.

What was once a three-back platoon in Washington is suddenly all about Roy Helu in both the passing and the running game. In Cleveland, Chris Ogbonnaya showed why he is a third-string back and not a viable fantasy starter.

Bleacher Report fantasy expert Owen Clark goes deeper into the debate of who should be in your lineup for Week 10 in this edition of Sit/Start.    


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