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5 UP/5 DOWN: Week 10

5 Up

#1 Jay Ajayi (RB) & Corey Clement (RB) Philadelphia Eagles

For only being with Philadelphia for a few days, Jay Ajayi made quite an impact in the game with 77 yards on only 8 touches. Clement had two touchdowns and three more touches than Blount. I know it was a blowout but it makes you wonder if Clement will have a bigger upside week-to-week going forward than LeGarette Blount.

#2 Matt Forte (RB) New York Jets

The Jets identified themselves as a running team on Thursday night with the dual headed monster of Forte and Powell. Forte had two touchdowns and could see similar pay dirt next week against the weak Tampa Bay defense.

#3 Robert Woods (WR) Los Angeles Rams

He has been steadily producing each week and it is time to start putting him on the roster. He has had at least 59 yards receiving over his last four games and plays a Houston team this week that is deflated after first losing Deshaun Watson and then losing to the lowly Colts last week.

#4 Marqise Lee (WR) Jacksonville Jaguars

The last three weeks have seen Lee have at least 72 yards receiving for this Jaguars passing attack. He has stepped up to the #1 receiver role since Allen Robinson went down for the season and could see some more high producing opportunities against the Chargers next week.

#5 Joe Flacco (QB) Baltimore Ravens

If you want to buy low on a quarterback now, it may be Joe Flacco. He has a favorable end-of-season schedule and would make for a decent quarterback start if you are struggling with injuries at the position.

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