The past few days have featured some pretty significant news, so before we get to the latest injury updates and my Week 10 rankings for Sunday morning, let's go over a few of the big headlines:

  • Robert Woods suffered a torn ACL -- Woods suffered the injury during Friday's practice, and we learned about it Saturday afternoon, which puts newly signed Odell Beckham into a significant role potentially as early as Week 10. I wasn't initially all that excited about Beckham because I figured the Rams would split targets between Cooper Kupp, Woods, and Beckham, with Beckham potentially on the smaller end of that split. Now? He has top-15 potential at WR if he can hit the ground running. As for Kupp, well I thought he would be the big loser with Beckham added, but now I think he'll likely continue to remain one of the top target-getters in the league. 
  • Ben Roethlisberger is out for Week 10 with COVID-19 -- Roethlisberger self-reported symptoms Saturday and returned a positive test, so he'll be out at least for Sunday's game. Mason Rudolph will start at QB for the Steelers against the Lions, and I don't think it changes much about the offense; they've been very conservative lately and I expect that will continue with Rudolph at QB. Expect a ton of Najee Harris, so the biggest question is whether Rudolph will be able to do enough to keep Diontae Johnson and Pat Freiermuth relevant. I downgraded both a little, but not as much as you might expect; they're both still starters. 
  • Julio Jones was placed on IR -- Jones has been trying to fight through this injury pretty much all season, and looked like he was making progress after playing 75% of the team's snaps in Week 9. However, he apparently suffered a setback during practice this week. At this point, Jones is droppable in what looks like a lost season. 

That's certainly not everything you need to know for Week 10, I promise. Adam Aizer and Heath Cummings updated you on the latest news and answered some start/sit questions on this morning's FFT podcast, and Jamey Eisenberg, Dave Richard, and Heath are on CBS Sports HQ from 10 a.m. ET to kickoff of the 1 p.m. games to answer your questions and keep you updated on all of the news you need to know on the FFT live show. 

Make sure you check both out, but if you want more direct answers to your questions and other news updates, I have two more ways for you to win: Go to Twitter and use the hashtag "#AskFFT", where our whole team will be answering questions all morning; and go to the FFT YouTube channel to chat with Adam and I from 11:30 until kickoff. We'll be there right up until kickoff answering as many questions as we can, so make sure you're in the chat early to get your questions in. 

Here's the rest of our preview content to get you ready, and check out my updated position rankings at the bottom of the newsletter to help with any early lineup dilemmas you may have: 

Week 10 Injury Report


  • Out: Ben Roethlisberger (COVID-19), Zach Wilson (knee)
  • Expected to play: Russell Wilson (finger), Aaron Rodgers (COVID-19)
  • Questionable: Kyler Murray (ankle) 

Murray is the only question mark again this week, but Sunday morning reports indicate that he isn't likely to play. That should mean another game with Colt McCoy at QB against the 48ers. McCoy managed the game well enough in Week 9, and given the Panthers offense struggles this season, he shouldn't be asked to do too much in this one, either. 

Running backs

No real surprises here. D'Ernest Johnson and Mark Ingram are top 20 running backs for me this week, as is James Conner. The toughest call might be Rhamondre Stevenson, who was cleared from the concussion protocol and could see a significant role with Harris sidelined. The problem is, these are the Patriots we're talking about, so it's hard to say with much certainty that they'll actually go that direction with Stevenson. He's in the low-end RB2 discussion for me, but that could be really underselling him; he could have Harris' typical role plus a larger passing game role.

  • Legitimately questionable: James Robinson (heel)

Robinson got two limited practices in this week, so he's making progress. Whether that will be enough for him to be back in the lineup for Week 10 will be determined before the game. If Robinson is active, he's a top-15 RB for me; if he isn't, Carlos Hyde is in the 25-30 range. 

Likely in: Zack Moss (concussion)

It looks like Devin Singletary might be well positioned for a significant role in a great matchup against the Jets this week, but it looks like Moss will be back. That means it's back to a split backfield in an offense that hasn't been great for running back production. Moss and Singletary should both have plenty of opportunities in a game the Bills should win easily, so I'm putting them both in the 25-35 range at RB. 

Wide receivers

  • Out: Antonio Brown (ankle), Chase Claypool (toe), Julio Jones (hamstring), Robert Woods (knee), Curtis Samuel (groin), Mohamed Sanu (knee) 
  • Legitimately questionable: DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring), Tim Patrick (knee)

Hopkins is the biggest question mark of the week, and per Sunday morning reporting, it doesn't sound like he's got much chance to play. It's probably for the best that they just sit him out another week -- I wouldn't want to have to trust a less-than-100% Hopkins with Colt McCoy throwing him passes. If Hopkins is out as expected, A.J. Green should be the best WR for the Cardinals coming off his own one-game absence due to COVID-19, however Green, Christian Kirk, and Rondale Moore (concussion, expected to play) are all in the WR3-4 range for this week. 

  • Expected to play: Keenan Allen (knee), Chris Godwin (foot), Corey Davis (hip), Michael Gallup (calf)

Allen was able to get a pair of limited practices in late this week, so hopefully he's good enough to go without limitations -- as of Sunday morning, that is the expectation. I can't necessarily say the same about Godwin. Godwin is expected to play, per Sunday reports, but he was held out Wednesday and Thursday in practice and I'm a bit more concerned about his role and limitations. I think you probably still have to start Godwin if he's active (especially with Antonio Brown out), but I did move him down in my rankings this week just a bit. 

Tight ends

The tight end position suddenly feels surprisingly deep, with the returns of Knox and Fant helping in that regard. Both are more in the low-end TE1 range, but I'm comfortable starting either if I have to. Ebron's return does bring some questions for one of the recent breakouts at the position, because Pat Freiermuth had three touchdowns in the two games Ebron missed. Freiermuth is still a starting-caliber TE, but I'm viewing him as a touchdown-or-bust guy playing with a backup QB, so he's not a must-start for me. 

Updated rankings

Here are my latest rankings as of Sunday morning: 


  1. Lamar Jackson @MIA -- Jackson is averaging 6.5 pass attempts per game more than his career-high and he's averaging eight yards per game on the ground more than last season. If his touchdown rate (4.9% vs. a 6.7% career rate) normalizes, he's going to be the top QB in Fantasy. Miami's blitz-heavy scheme has been torched by Josh Allen over the years, and I expect much the same from Jackson. He had five touchdowns in his only previous game against them in 2020 -- albeit with a different coaching staff. 
  2. Tom Brady @WAS -- Want Brady as the No. 1 QB? Sure, that's fine.
  3. Josh Allen @NYJ -- Allen is coming off his worst game of the season against a cake matchup and has definitely taken a step back from last season, but that's no reason to even consider going away from him. 
  4. Dak Prescott vs. ATL -- Hopefully Prescott is closer to 100% this week. Hopefully, CeeDee Lamb and Amari Cooper are, too. He should dominate this matchup. 
  5. Justin Herbert vs. MIN
  6. Patrick Mahomes @LV
  7. Jalen Hurts @DEN -- The Eagles have been shockingly run-heavy the past two weeks, and I do believe it represents a bit of a shift in philosophy. Still, I expect Hurts to throw more than 15.5 times per game moving forward, so I'm really not worried about it. 
  8. Matthew Stafford @SF 
  9. Russell Wilson @GB -- Wilson is going to make his return after missing three games following finger surgery, and that's good news for the team's offense. He hasn't done much as a rusher this season -- 13.6 yards per game, a career-low -- so it's a bit harder to get excited about him for Fantasy than it has been in the past, especially with the Seahawks running a league-low 55.3 plays per game. 
  10. Aaron Rodgers vs. SEA -- There's a chance Rodgers won't be cleared in time for this week's game -- based on COVID protocols, the earliest he can be cleared is Saturday, and he has to pass a conditioning test and return two negative COVID tests before being cleared. If he does play, I'm expecting a pretty good performance. That will be good to see after Jordan Love simply did not look ready in his first start. 
  11. Matt Ryan @DAL -- Ryan was great against a tough Saints defense in Week 9, a promising sign given his struggles without Calvin Ridley the week before. 
  12. Derek Carr vs. KC
  13. Carson Wentz vs. JAX -- The concern here would be that the Colts go up big early and don't need Wentz to throw, but that wasn't an issue last week as he scored 28.9 in a 45-30 win over the Jets that wasn't nearly as close as the final score. 
  14. Kirk Cousins @LAC
  15. Taylor Heinicke vs. TB -- You're hoping for garbage time production in this one, but Heinicke should have plenty of opportunities. 
  16. Ryan Tannehill vs. NO -- The first game without Derrick Henry was an impressive 28-16 win over the Rams, but I came away pretty concerned about this offense. Tannehill had a decent Fantasy game, but also had just 143 yards on 27 pass attempts. Hopefully it was just one bad game, but a matchup with the Saints this week won't be any easier. 
  17. Teddy Bridgewater vs. PHI
  18. Jimmy Garoppolo vs. LAR
  19. Trevor Lawrence @IND -- Lawrence is in question for this week due to an ankle injury, so you'll want to keep an eye on practice reports to see whether he's going to miss time. However, you'll probably only have to worry about it in two-QB formats. 
  20. Jared Goff @PIT
  21. Baker Mayfield @NE
  22. Jacoby Brissett vs. BAL
  23. Mac Jones vs. CLE
  24. Colt McCoy vs. CAR

Running back

  1. Najee Harris vs. DET -- This is a dream matchup for a guy who has one of the most valuable roles in the NFL right now. You'd like to see more than six targets over the last two games, but he's still getting 20-plus carries and dominating red zone work. 
  2. Christian McCaffrey @ARI -- After one game where he played just 49% of the snaps, I'm assuming McCaffrey is back to his normal role. He had 14.6 PPR points in a half-game's worth of snaps. 
  3. Austin Ekeler vs. MIN
  4. Jonathan Taylor vs. JAX -- Given the matchup and the run Taylor is on, you can make a very strong case for him to be the No. 1 RB right now. I don't think his workload quite justifies that, but we're splitting hairs here. 
  5. D'Andre Swift @PIT -- The Steelers are a tough matchup for running backs, but the only concern for Swift, really, is that the Steelers don't really have the offense to force the Lions into having to chase big point totals, which is when Swift is at his best for Fantasy. That's a minor concern. 
  6. Dalvin Cook @LAC -- Here's a weird fact that probably doesn't mean anything: The Vikings have just three rushing touchdowns this season, one of which came on Kirk Cousins' QB sneak last week. 
  7. Ezekiel Elliott vs. ATL -- Elliott has struggled in two of three games, and it's fair to wonder if the knee injury he has been playing through might not be playing a part in that. It didn't help that the Cowboys offense just wasn't very good in Week 9, with Dak PrescottCeeDee Lamb, and Amari Cooper all dealing with injuries of their own. Context matters at running back, and the context in Dallas looks temporarily less than ideal. 
  8. Cordarrelle Patterson @DAL -- Patterson has double-digit carries in just two games this season with two rushing touchdowns, which makes his ranking here all the more incredible. He is, for all intents and purposes, Atlanta's No. 2 WR right now. 
  9. Aaron Jones vs. SEA -- Jones has never been a high-volume running back relative to his elite Fantasy peers, so he relies on playing in a very, very good offense to maintain his value. We saw in Week 9 what happens when that offense is no longer elite. Let's hope Aaron Rodgers is healthy for this week. 
  10. Leonard Fournette @WAS
  11. Darrell Henderson @SF -- Henderson left Sunday's game with an ankle injury, which is, by my count, his fourth or fifth time leaving a game with an injury. I've wondered whether the Rams might not limit his usage moving forward a bit more, though we haven't really seen any evidence of that when he's been healthy. 
  12. James Conner vs. CAR -- One thing you'll often see when a starting running back is the backup coming in and effectively taking on two different roles -- their own role plus the starter's. That's what we saw with Conner when Chase Edmonds went down last week, though I supposed it's worth acknowledging that Conner isn't a true backup, but a complementary back. It's fair to wonder if they might get Eno Benjamin a bit more involved this week to limit Conner's exposure. Which is to say, maybe don't expect 21 carries and five targets while playing 77% of the snaps again, though I do still expect Conner to be a must-start player with Edmonds expected to miss 4-6 weeks. 
  13. D'Ernest Johnson @NE
  14. Elijah Mitchell vs. LAR -- Mitchell's season-low eight carries might look like a red flag with Jeff Wilson coming off IR last week, but 49ers backs only got one carry besides Mitchell, so I'll take his five targets as a positive sign, instead. 
  15. James Robinson @IND -- Robinson looks like a game-time decision for this week. If he plays, here's where I'll rank him; if he doesn't, Carlos Hyde would be in the 25-30 range. 
  16. Darrel Williams @LV -- Williams has at least 19 touches in each start. Keep him active until Clyde Edwards-Helaire comes back. 
  17. Mark Ingram @TEN -- We'll see if Kamara's injury keeps him out, but make sure Ingram isn't on waivers in any of your leagues, because he could be a top-24 RB this week if Kamara is out. 
  18. Myles Gaskin vs. BAL 
  19. Michael Carter vs. BUF  -- Week 9 was a pretty big bust for Carter, who was targeted just twice after racking up 23 in the previous two games. Josh Johnson just didn't look his way when Mike White left the game. I'll still give him the benefit of the doubt as a starting-caliber Fantasy option, but this is a really tough matchup. 
  20. Josh Jacobs vs. KC
  21. Alex Collins @GB -- Chris Carson (neck) is still out, and with Russell Wilson back, this could be a much better situation right now. 
  22. Melvin Gordon vs. PHI
  23. Javonte Williams vs. PHI
  24. J.D. McKissic vs. TB -- This could be another good game for McKissic if Washington has to throw a ton, and they should. 
  25. Antonio Gibson vs. TB -- Hopefully the bye week gave Gibson the time off he needed to get his lingering shin issue behind him, because Week 8 was an alarming one for him -- he played just 33% of the snaps while rookie Jerat Patterson started to cut into his rushing game workload. If this is a three-man split moving forward, this is going to be way too high for Gibson.
  26. Devonta Freeman @MIA -- It's a great matchup, but I just have a hard time getting excited about a guy with one game of more than nine carries. If he finds the end zone, he'll be an RB2. If not, he'll probably be pretty fringe-y. 
  27. Rhamondre Stevenson vs. CLE
  28. Zack Moss @NYJ
  29. Tony Pollard vs. ATL -- Keep an eye on Elliott's status with his knee injury, because Pollard would probably be a top-12 RB if Elliott had to miss time. 
  30. Kenyan Drake vs. KC -- Josh Jacobs had to miss time in Week 9 with an injury, so keep an eye on his status in practice. I loved seeing Drake get eight targets Sunday, and he could be a viable starter if they make him a key part of the passing game moving forward. 
  31. Nyheim Hines vs. JAX
  32. Jordan Howard @DEN -- Like Freeman but with a worse matchup. He has three touchdowns in two weeks, and he'll be a fine starter if he gets into the end zone again. 
  33. AJ Dillon vs. SEA
  34. Adrian Peterson vs. NO -- Peterson sure looked like a 36-year-old street free agent in his first game while splitting carries three ways. Maybe he'll solidify a bigger role moving forward, but I wouldn't want to be relying on him in this matchup. 
  35. Devin Singletary @NYJ
  36. Mike Davis @DAL -- Davis has four, nine, and nine carries over his past three games, with more than one catch in just one. He's here sort of by default because he's on the field so often that he may stumble into a touchdown or a five-target game in any given week. 
  37. Ty Johnson vs. BUF
  38. Brandon Bolden vs. CLE
  39. Jeremy McNichols vs. NO -- Given how tough the Saints are to run against, maybe this is a better set-up for McNichols as a pass-catcher. I don't have much faith in him, but it's possible. 
  40. Jamaal Williams @PIT
  41. Boston Scott @DEN -- One interesting thing I noticed with the Eagles running backs is that, while Scott was on the field for 14 runs, only 10 of them were by him -- Jalen Hurts kept it on the other four. Contrast that with Howard, who got the ball on all 17 run plays he was on the field for. Maybe defenses are keying on Hurts' running ability a bit more when Howard is on the field, which could help explain why he's had a bit more room. 
  42. J.J. Taylor vs. CLE
  43. Matt Breida @NYJ
  44. Alexander Mattison @LAC
  45. Kenneth Gainwell @DEN
  46. Sony Michel @SF
  47. Jaret Patterson vs. TB
  48. Eno Benjamin vs. CAR

Wide receivers

  1. Cooper Kupp @SF
  2. Davante Adams vs. SEA -- Adams struggled with Jordan Love at QB in Week 9, and only has more than 90 yards once in his past five games. However, he still leads the NFL in target share and remains arguably the best WR in Fantasy, especially with Rodgers expected back this week. 
  3. Tyreek Hill @LV -- The Chiefs overall offensive struggles have impacted Hill less than most of his teammates, though it's been weird to see him turn into a super-charged version of Jarvis Landry with opposing defenses taking away the long ball. He hasn't topped 10 yards per catch in a game since Week 4, but is still averaging 17 Fantasy points per game. 
  4. Terry McLaurin vs. TB -- Teams generally abandon the run early against the Buccaneers, on account of Tampa's elite rush defense and their own elite offense forcing teams to try to play catch up. That should lead to a huge opportunity for McLaurin, who has already seen a jump to an elite 28% target share this season. 
  5. Stefon Diggs @NYJ -- The Bills have been limited a bit by some of the same defensive adjustments that have hurt the Chiefs offense, but not to the point where you consider sitting him. 
  6. Justin Jefferson @LAC 
  7. Keenan Allen vs. MIN -- For the first month of the season, Allen and Mike Williams were treated like 1a and 1b options in the passing game, but Allen has clearly established himself as the top option in the passing game again. 
  8. D.K. Metcalf @GB -- Russell Wilson is back, so Metcalf is back to the elite tier. 
  9. A.J. Brown vs. NO -- Marshon Lattimore can be a tough matchup for No. 1 wide receivers, so my expectations are a little lower for Brown than they typically are. However, it's worth noting Brown has eight or more targets in all but two games this season -- the game he left with an injury and the first game back from that injury. 
  10. Marquise Brown @MIA
  11. Mike Evans @WAS
  12. Deebo Samuel vs. LAR -- Even with George Kittle back and Brandon Aiyuk playing a larger role, Samuel had nine targets at an average depth of target of 9.0 yards. So far, at least, Samuel still looks to have a very valuable role. 
  13. CeeDee Lamb vs. ATL
  14. Tyler Lockett @GB -- Russell Wilson is back, so Tyler Lockett is back to fringe-WR1 consideration. 
  15. Michael Pittman vs. JAX
  16. Chris Godwin @WAS -- With Antonio Brown still out, Godwin remains a must-start option, assuming he is healthy enough to play himself -- Godwin missed practice Wednesday and Thursday with a foot injury. He's averaging 26.6 points per game in the three games Brown has missed so far this season. I think he's a sell-high candidate, but as long as Brown is inactive and you've got Godwin active, he's a must-start, and it sounds like Godwin will be active as of Sunday morning. 
  17. Diontae Johnson vs. DET -- Johnson only getting six targets on Monday night was disappointing because volume is kind of all he has going for him. I don't mean to say that he's a bad player, but the way the Steelers use him, he kind of needs to be in the double-digit range in targets to be a high-end Fantasy option. Considering he has 10 or more in five of seven games, I'm not too worried about that yet.  
  18. Amari Cooper vs. ATL
  19. D.J. Moore @ARI -- I view Moore as a buy-low candidate, mostly because the Panthers QB situation almost can't get worse than it has been the past five games. If Moore just gets regular-old bad QB play rather than world-historical level bad QB play, he'll be a fringe No. 1 WR with his 31% target share. I don't expect Cam Newton to play this week, but I do expect him to be that QB upgrade.  
  20. Jaylen Waddle vs. BAL
  21. Adam Thielen @LAC
  22. Mike Williams vs. MIN -- Williams has just five targets or fewer in four of his past five games, as he has reverted back to being used primarily as a downfield threat. That's bad news for this Fantasy value, obviously, but I can't quite bury him yet -- he has value in that downfield role, and there's always a chance they get him more involved if teams start to shift defensive attention away from him. 
  23. Jerry Jeudy vs. PHI -- Projecting a bit here, but it feels like Jeudy is going to break out soon. It's been interesting to see Tim Patrick be the team's best wide receiver since Jeudy's return, but I still trust both him and Courtland Sutton to be viable starting options ahead of Patrick. 
  24. Odell Beckham @SF -- Beckham is going to make his Rams debut Sunday and should have a bigger role than I initially anticipated when he signed last week, because Robert Woods' season is over following a torn ACL. He has top-15 upside in this offense if he hits the ground running. 
  25. DeAndre Hopkins vs. CAR -- If Hopkins plays, he's still a risky start for Fantasy given his limited role the last time we saw him. Plan on not having him for Sunday. 
  26. Courtland Sutton vs. PHI
  27. Emmanuel Sanders @NYJ -- Sanders' role as the primary downfield threat for the Bills means he's going to have some inconsistent performances, especially if opposing defenses continue to focus on taking away the deep stuff. But I'm not sure the Jets are the team I'm worried about shutting the Bills offense down. 
  28. Cole Beasley @NYJ -- Beasley effectively operates as an extension of the running game for the Bills, and with Zack Moss dealing with a concussion, don't be surprised if we see him extend his streak of games with nine-plus targets to four. 
  29. Hunter Renfrow vs. KC -- There's no arguing against the volume Renfrow is getting, but I just can't push him into the WR2 range yet. He has more than 58 yards in just two games this season, including none of the past five. He's a decent high-floor option, but his upside is pretty limited unless he scores a touchdown. 
  30. Jarvis Landry @NE -- Three catches for 11 yards is not exactly the kind of performance we wanted to see from Landry in the first game without Odell Beckham, but he still had a 24% target share, so I still think he's going to be a viable starting Fantasy option, especially with the Browns running back room extremely thin due to COVID protocols right now. 
  31. Jakobi Meyers vs. CLE -- The stretch of the rankings from Beasley to Meyers is the Spider-Man pointing at himself meme five times over. 
  32. Brandon Aiyuk vs. LAR -- The Chiefs still have one of the worst defenses in the league and Aiyuk has played 90% of the team's snaps over the past two weeks, so he's firmly back in the starting conversation. I kind of want to rank him even higher, and I may talk myself into it as the week goes on. Stay tuned. 
  33. DeVonta Smith @DEN -- Consistency hasn't been a defining feature of Smith's rookie season, and with the Eagles renewed focus on running the ball, the pass volume hasn't been there the last few weeks. He's a fine starter, but I'm not quite at the point where I can trust him.  
  34. Marvin Jones @IND
  35. A.J. Green vs. CAR
  36. Christian Kirk vs. CAR
  37. Laviska Shenault @IND
  38. Rashod Bateman @MIA
  39. Jamison Crowder vs. BUF
  40. Tim Patrick vs. PHI
  41. Van Jefferson @SF
  42. Corey Davis vs. BUF
  43. Zach Pascal vs. JAX
  44. Russell Gage @DAL
  45. Mecole Hardman @LV
  46. Rondale Moore vs. CAR
  47. Marquez Callaway @TEN
  48. Michael Gallup vs. ATL

Tight end

  1. Travis Kelce @LV
  2. Darren Waller vs. KC
  3. George Kittle vs. LAR -- Kittle made his return in Week 9 and was back to being an elite performer. The only concern might be that he was still behind Deebo Samuel in the target hierarchy, while Brandon Aiyuk matched him in targets. If the 49ers don't throw it 40 times -- and they rarely do -- it might be tougher for him to stand out. 
  4. Mark Andrews @MIA
  5. Kyle Pitts @DAL -- Pitts hasn't been great in two of the three games without Calvin Ridley, which is a little bit concerning, but not enough for me to really move him down much in the rankings. Especially because Dallas is a much easier matchup than New Orleans
  6. T.J. Hockenson @PIT
  7. Mike Gesicki vs. BAL
  8. Dalton Schultz vs. ATL -- I'm starting to get a little bit concerned about Schultz, who had just five targets in Week 9 and now has to contend with Michael Gallup for additional target competition. A good game in this one would go a long way toward easing those concerns. 
  9. Dallas Goedert @DEN
  10. Dan Arnold @IND -- Arnold has a 20% target share over the past four games on a team averaging nearly 40 pass attempts per game. As long as that continues, he's going to be a viable starting Fantasy TE. 
  11. Tyler Higbee @SF -- Higbee ranks fourth in the NFL in targets from inside the 10-yard line. Not among tight ends, among everyone. 
  12. Noah Fant vs. PHI -- Fant was activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list, so he should be able to play this week. And, with Albert Okwuegbunam and Tim Patrick missing practice Wednesday with knee injuries, he could be in for a bigger role than usual. 
  13. Dawson Knox @NYJ -- I don't necessarily buy Knox as a top-12 option you can trust every week, but his red zone role makes him one of the better touchdown-or-bust options at the position. 
  14. Pat Freiermuth vs. DET -- In a matchup this good, I very well may be underrating Freiermuth, though he still looks a little "touchdown-or-bust"-y with no more than 58 yards in a game so far, and with Mason Rudolph in at QB, it's much harder to trust. 
  15. Zach Ertz vs. CAR
  16. Hunter Henry vs. CLE
  17. Tyler Conklin @LAC
  18. Jared Cook vs. MIN
  19. Adam Trautman @TEN
  20. David Njoku @NE
  21. Austin Hooper @NE
  22. O.J. Howard @WAS
  23. Cameron Brate @WAS