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Week 10 Lineup Tips

The football season just
keeps getting better. Now, there’s football on Thursday nights. Here are my Week
10 lineup tips to help ease your fantasy burden.

After seeing what the
Cardinals did to the

Bears last week, make sure you have

Alex Smith and

Michael Crabtree active.

If

Darren McFadden is
on your waiver wire, leave him there.

Oakland
has one of the worst schedules versus the run over the second half of the
season.

Julius Jones

rushes for 36 yards on 16 carries
versus the Detroit Lions, who are the sixth-worst team against the run in
fantasy football. Yet, Seahawks’ coach

Jim Mora compliments Jones on how
he’s running better than he was earlier in the season. 

Wake up, fool!
It’s time to give Justin Forsett some extended playing time. But, I do look for
Jones to rush for more than the five yards he tallied in Week 6 versus the
Cardinals. 

Those in dynasty leagues
should look to unload

Jason Witten after his next good game. There
should be at least one unsuspecting owner willing to pay top dollar on name
alone. Mention that

Witten
leads all Cowboys with 56 targets.

Jamaal Charles

only had six carries last week
versus

Jacksonville,
but look for a breakout performance this week against a Raiders defense that
gives up the second most fantasy points to running backs.

Look for Jets QB

Mark
Sanchez
to put up Top 10 numbers this week as he faces a Jaguars defense
that is allowing the third-most fantasy points to quarterbacks this season.

The Redskins have only
given up five touchdowns to wide receivers this season.  Look for

Brandon
Marshall
to get one this week.

Chris Johnson

has scored four touchdowns and
rushed for 363 yards in his last two games. Is he the 2009 version of

DeAngelo
Williams
? He’ll take one step closer with a game against the Buffalo Bills’
last-place run defense.

The Packers have given up
the third-least fantasy points to running backs this season, while they are in
the middle of the pack in regards to fantasy points allowed to quarterbacks. Rookie

Josh Freeman threw three touchdown passes against the Packers last week.
Meanwhile,

Tony Romo has thrown for nine touchdowns in his last four
games. Get my drift?

If

Brian Westbrook is
out, look for

LeSean McCoy to get at least a combined 100 yards and one touchdown. The
Chargers give up the eighth-most fantasy points to running backs.

Starting in Week 5,

Jonathan
Stewart
has scored 9, 15, 4, 20 and 1 point(s). This should be a week where
he is back in double-digit fantasy points.

Pierre Thomas

… over 100 total yards and a
touchdown versus the Rams hapless defense.

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