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A new spate of injuries brings a new slate of start/sit debates and we're here to answer them all for every matchup on the slate. There are glaring Week 10 examples of players you should start and sit. There are also examples of sleepers who could provide unexpected production and big names who could flop based on these Week 10 matchups. Every week we'll break down every game on the slate and pinpoint the players you need to know in every matchup.

The best part is that you get to have a say in who makes this story every week! Follow me on Twitter and look for my weekly #SSSB polls to help me choose who I analyze. 

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Start 'em
10.0-7.00
6.99 - 5.01
5.00 - 0
Sit 'em
Sun, Nov 14 at 1:00 pm ET •
DAL -9, O/U 54.5
Bust Candidate
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IND Indianapolis • #2
Age: 37 • Experience: 15 yrs.
Weekly Breakdown
MATCHUP
@ DAL DAL -9 O/U 54.5
OPP VS QB
19th
PROJ PTS
20.8
QB RNK
14th
YTD Stats
PAYDS
2157
RUYDS
37
TD
16
INT
6
FPTS/G
21.5
There's a pretty consistent trend of former defensive coaches succeeding against their former teams. It's what Matt Ryan and the Falcons have to deal with in this game against a Cowboys defense coached up by ex-Atlanta head coach Dan Quinn. I imagine Quinn will dial up the pass rush pressure to knock Ryan out of rhythm and hope for some turnovers. It's what other teams have done -- Atlanta has given up a pass rush pressure on 30.3% of its dropbacks, the seventh-worst mark -- but Ryan's numbers haven't suffered too much. He has multiple scores in six of his past seven games and 20-plus Fantasy points in five of those seven. He strikes me as a solid starter, but not a top-12 guy. Carson Wentz, Jalen Hurts and Kirk Cousins are still worth starting ahead of him this week, but Ryan has a good shot to outperform Teddy Bridgewater and Ryan Tannehill.
Sit Him
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DAL Dallas • #86
Age: 25 • Experience: 5 yrs.
Weekly Breakdown
MATCHUP
vs ATL DAL -9 O/U 54.5
OPP VS TE
15th
PROJ PTS
11.9
TE RNK
12th
YTD Stats
REC
37
TAR
49
REYDS
424
TD
3
FPTS/G
12.2
Schultz's target rate has begun sliding over the past three weeks -- 13.8% of the Cowboys throws have gone his way. And as his target rate has slid, so too has his Fantasy production with 12 or fewer PPR points in those three games. If that's not enough to discourage, Michael Gallup is expected back on the field for Dallas as soon as this week. If it happens, Fantasy managers should be reminded that he had a 19% target share in the first half of their first game while Schultz had two targets (6%). It wasn't until Gallup got hurt that Schultz began to see more targets (15% in the second half of Week 1, and 23.3% in Weeks 2 through 5). I would expect Schultz to block more and catch less, making him a touchdown-needy tight end moving forward. Atlanta's held five of the past six tight ends it has faced to 8 or fewer half-PPR points anyway.
Start 'em
10.0-7.00
6.99 - 5.01
5.00 - 0
Sit 'em
Sun, Nov 14 at 1:00 pm ET •
IND -10.5, O/U 47.5
Start Him
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JAC Jacksonville • #85
Age: 27 • Experience: 6 yrs.
Weekly Breakdown
MATCHUP
@ IND IND -10.5 O/U 47.5
OPP VS TE
30th
PROJ PTS
10.8
TE RNK
10th
YTD Stats
REC
29
TAR
43
REYDS
332
TD
0
FPTS/G
7.5
Arnold isn't a fast tight end, but he has size and juuust enough agility to get himself open with his footwork. The Jaguars have noticed as he's earned a 19.2% target share over his last four games including 25% last week. Arnold's responded with 10 or more PPR points in three of those games, but he has yet to score with the Jags and hasn't had more than 68 yards this season (his career-high is 76 yards). Indianapolis ranks fourth in most Fantasy points allowed to tight ends and did give up scores (and 12 PPR points) to Ryan Griffin and Geoff Swaim in its past two. The encouraging matchup puts Arnold over the top as a start-worthy tight end, but more so in leagues where catches count (ahead of Tyler Higbee and Dalton Schultz).
Sneaky Sleeper
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JAC Jacksonville • #11
Age: 32 • Experience: 11 year
Weekly Breakdown
MATCHUP
@ IND IND -10.5 O/U 47.5
OPP VS WR
30th
PROJ PTS
13.8
WR RNK
31st
YTD Stats
REC
36
TAR
60
REYDS
399
TD
3
FPTS/G
11.7
Jones' best games have understandably come with good target volume, at least five catches and usually a touchdown. This week Jones is taking on a Colts defense that's allowed the most receiving touchdowns to wideouts who line up outside (11). They also rank in the bottom-10 against outside wide receivers in yards per catch (14.3) and yards after the catch per reception (4.57). Indianapolis' pass-rush pressure rate has started to improve lately, but it's not considered dangerous enough to completely flummox Trevor Lawrence. Jones is the perfect under-the-radar DFS pivot and a risk worth taking as a flex or No. 3 receiver in PPR.
Start 'em
10.0-7.00
6.99 - 5.01
5.00 - 0
Sit 'em
Sun, Nov 14 at 1:00 pm ET •
NE -1.5, O/U 45
Start Him
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CLE Cleveland • #30
Age: 26 • Experience: 4 yrs.
Weekly Breakdown
MATCHUP
@ NE NE -1.5 O/U 45
OPP VS RB
25th
PROJ PTS
7.1
RB RNK
15th
YTD Stats
RUYDS
195
REC
4
REYDS
36
TD
2
FPTS/G
4.3
I liked Johnson for his spot start against the Broncos and like him again here as a No. 2 running back. Expected to handle a very heavy workload with Cleveland's other running backs on the Covid-19 shelf, Johnson will see a Patriots run defense that's given up over 100 total yards to a running back in six of its past seven games. Combine that with the likelihood that Johnson will touch the ball at least 15 times and he should be good. Where Johnson impressed me in that Week 7 game was as a yards creator, ranking eighth-best that week in yards after contact per carry with 3.41. The Patriots come into Week 10 ranked fourth-worst in yards after contact per carry allowed with 3.07 on the season. That means anytime Johnson's O-line creates room for him, expect some good gains.
Start 'em
10.0-7.00
6.99 - 5.01
5.00 - 0
Sit 'em
Sun, Nov 14 at 1:00 pm ET •
NYJ +12.5, O/U 47.5
Bust Candidate
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BUF Buffalo • #1
Age: 35 • Experience: 13 yrs.
Weekly Breakdown
MATCHUP
@ NYJ BUF -12.5 O/U 47.5
OPP VS WR
4th
PROJ PTS
11.9
WR RNK
30th
YTD Stats
REC
28
TAR
51
REYDS
478
TD
4
FPTS/G
12.6
Sanders is weird. He's third-worst among qualifying receivers in yards after the catch per reception (1.61) but actually ranks first in the league in average target depth (17.4) and end-zone targets (nine). You'd think someone with that kind of deep-ball explosiveness, especially in the Bills offense, would be a Fantasy must-start, but his bad games far outweigh his good. The Jets have allowed 38 pass plays of 20-plus yards -- only Miami has given up more. That seems perfect, but it was Miami that shut Sanders out two weeks ago and held him to a meek 2-48-0 line in Week 2, so that may not really matter. Sporting a 16.6% target rate, Sanders is a full-on gamblerooski in a matchup where the Bills may not have to throw it 35-plus times.
Start 'em
10.0-7.00
6.99 - 5.01
5.00 - 0
Sit 'em
Sun, Nov 14 at 1:00 pm ET •
PIT -8.5, O/U 42.5
Start Him
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PIT Pittsburgh • #88
Age: 23 • Experience: 2 yrs.
Weekly Breakdown
MATCHUP
vs DET PIT -8.5 O/U 42.5
OPP VS TE
10th
PROJ PTS
12.1
TE RNK
9th
YTD Stats
REC
27
TAR
33
REYDS
245
TD
4
FPTS/G
9.4
Ever since JuJu Smith-Schuster got hurt and Eric Ebron began really struggling (and then got hurt), Freiermuth has been a revelation for the Steelers. He's basically the second-coming of Heath Miller, but this version can seemingly reel in touchdowns every week on a steady diet of targets, at least six per game in his past three. The Lions have only seen three tight ends get six or more targets against them this season -- two had at least 13 PPR points (Mark Andrews, Dallas Goedert), one finished with nine (Tyler Higbee). This is a safe range to expect from Freiermuth in PPR; in non-PPR the expectations slim down a bit since he's not exactly much more than a touchdown-needing tight end.
Start 'em
10.0-7.00
6.99 - 5.01
5.00 - 0
Sit 'em
Sun, Nov 14 at 1:00 pm ET •
TEN -3, O/U 44.5
Sit Him
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SEA Seattle • #21
Age: 37 • Experience: 14 yrs.
Weekly Breakdown
MATCHUP
vs NO TEN -3 O/U 44.5
OPP VS RB
3rd
PROJ PTS
6.3
RB RNK
36th
YTD Stats
RUYDS
21
REC
1
REYDS
5
TD
1
FPTS/G
9.6
You could make the argument that both Jeremy McNichols and D'Onta Foreman looked better than Peterson last Sunday. Peterson looked every bit like a 36-year-old running back, slow to diagnose his blocking and really unimpressive on getting moving after slowing/stopping his feet. Peterson had one carry go for more than 3 yards; McNichols had two gains go for at least 6 yards and Foreman had four runs (out of five!) land 4-plus yards. So why would the Titans stick with Peterson? Maybe just to eat up carries and keep the other two backs fresh. In a matchup against the Saints' stiff run defense, it seems unlikely to count on any Titans back in Fantasy, but certainly not the one who needed a six-point score to rack up eight Fantasy points last week ... and whose ceiling is probably exactly the same this week. FYI, I spent this week adding McNichols in my PPR leagues and Foreman in my deep 14-plus team leagues. I can't say I feel good about Peterson being relevant if he keeps playing like this.
Start 'em
10.0-7.00
6.99 - 5.01
5.00 - 0
Sit 'em
Sun, Nov 14 at 1:00 pm ET •
WAS +9.5, O/U 51.5
Flex Starter in PPR
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WAS Washington • #41
Age: 28 • Experience: 6 yrs.
Weekly Breakdown
MATCHUP
vs TB TB -9.5 O/U 51.5
OPP VS RB
8th
PROJ PTS
9.2
RB RNK
24th
YTD Stats
RUYDS
132
REC
33
REYDS
332
TD
2
FPTS/G
11.4
Sit Him
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WAS Washington • #24
Age: 23 • Experience: 3 yrs.
Weekly Breakdown
MATCHUP
vs TB TB -9.5 O/U 51.5
OPP VS RB
8th
PROJ PTS
11.1
RB RNK
30th
YTD Stats
RUYDS
442
REC
17
REYDS
144
TD
4
FPTS/G
12
There's always the chance that Washington decides on some changes in its offense coming out of its bye week, but the track record so far this season suggests Gibson as Washington's running-downs back and McKissic as its passing-downs back. In a matchup against the Bucs, who see the fewest running back rushes in football by essentially two carries per game over the next lowest (Tennessee), you can't help but worry about the overall workload for Gibson. Of the four running backs who had 10-plus non-PPR points against the Bucs, two rushed for a touchdown (Alvin Kamara, Cordarrelle Patterson), one had 10 targets (Myles Gaskin) and the other miraculously made his way into 100 rush yards (Khalil Herbert). It feels unsafe to expect a touchdown from Gibson, and once the Bucs build a lead on Washington, Gibson's playing time will go to McKissic, who should see a bushel of targets. Tampa Bay ranks fifth in targets allowed (8.6 per game) and third in receptions allowed (7.4 per game) to opposing running backs.
Start 'em
10.0-7.00
6.99 - 5.01
5.00 - 0
Sit 'em
Sun, Nov 14 at 4:05 pm ET •
ARI -10.5, O/U 44.5
Bust Candidate
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CAR Carolina • #2
Age: 25 • Experience: 5 yrs.
Weekly Breakdown
MATCHUP
@ ARI ARI -10.5 O/U 44.5
OPP VS WR
20th
PROJ PTS
14.5
WR RNK
23rd
YTD Stats
REC
53
TAR
88
REYDS
677
TD
3
FPTS/G
15.6
Moore's situation goes from shaky (Sam Darnold) to, uh, still shaky (P.J. Walker). Walker is a mobile quarterback who crushed the XFL, but carries with him a career 49.3% completion rate in the NFL with 5.6 yards per attempt and a 1.4% touchdown rate. Yow. There's also the reality that Moore has played with three different quarterbacks over his last 24 games and has consistently been a volume-dependent Fantasy receiver with minimal red-zone targets (17 since Week 1 2020). It's likely his situation barely changes from what it's been with Darnold. Arizona has allowed 12 touchdowns to receivers this year (fifth-most) but ranks among the top 10 in yards per catch, yards after catch and catch rate allowed to wide receivers.
Start 'em
10.0-7.00
6.99 - 5.01
5.00 - 0
Sit 'em
Sun, Nov 14 at 4:25 pm ET •
DEN -2.5, O/U 45
Start Him
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PHI Philadelphia • #1
Age: 23 • Experience: 3 yrs.
Weekly Breakdown
MATCHUP
@ DEN DEN -2.5 O/U 45
OPP VS QB
3rd
PROJ PTS
20.6
QB RNK
13th
YTD Stats
PAYDS
1981
RUYDS
494
TD
16
INT
4
FPTS/G
24.5
When it comes to running back carries over the past three weeks, only the Patriots (93) have more than the Eagles (84). Philly's brain trust has realized they can, in fact, run the ball to try and control the pace of the game, not to mention limit the mistakes Hurts might make when he throws. And as effective as the backs may be, the Eagles are 1-2 in these games. Point being, I wouldn't be surprised if the Eagles did revert a little bit back toward letting Hurts throw more than the 65 attempts he's totaled in his past three, particularly against Denver's depleted pass rush and secondary. It's also encouraging that Hurts completed 64% of his throws against the Chargers and Lions, a sign of improving accuracy. The Broncos have yielded 20-plus Fantasy points to four of the past six quarterbacks they've faced; they got pretty lucky against Dak Prescott last week, who had an off-day and missed a bunch of throws. It's too much to expect Hurts to bust out with a three-score game, but two total touchdowns with some solid yardage are definitely in the cards.
Start Him
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PHI Philadelphia • #6
Age: 23 • Experience: 2 yrs.
Weekly Breakdown
MATCHUP
@ DEN DEN -2.5 O/U 45
OPP VS WR
16th
PROJ PTS
12.9
WR RNK
26th
YTD Stats
REC
38
TAR
62
REYDS
537
TD
2
FPTS/G
11.5
There were at least five plays last week where Cowboys receivers were running free against the Broncos secondary and Prescott either didn't see them or overthrew them. That doesn't include the multiple drops from Dallas wideouts that made the Broncos secondary look better than it actually was. Expecting the Eagles to capitalize on any defense isn't exactly a safe bet, but at least the film suggests Denver's secondary, in its current state, is beatable. Smith is easily the most-targeted wideout for the Eagles and is currently tied for fifth in the NFL in receptions of 16-plus yards and eighth in average target depth with 14.1. He's worth chancing as a low-end No. 2 receiver/high-end flex.
Start 'em
10.0-7.00
6.99 - 5.01
5.00 - 0
Sit 'em
Sun, Nov 14 at 4:05 pm ET •
LAC -3, O/U 53
Start Him
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LAC L.A. Chargers • #81
Age: 27 • Experience: 6 yrs.
Weekly Breakdown
MATCHUP
vs MIN LAC -3 O/U 53
OPP VS WR
24th
PROJ PTS
14
WR RNK
24th
YTD Stats
REC
37
TAR
66
REYDS
575
TD
6
FPTS/G
16.6
It's been maddening, but the Chargers have leaned on Williams as more of a deep-ball receiver over their past three games. His average target depth is up by nearly 2 yards, and his average route depth is up by just over a yard, but his catch rate is down 20.8% and he's averaged 5.0 targets per game. That's insane. That's horrible. That's got to change ... hopefully. The truth is, Williams really needs an oversaturation of targets (like the 10.2 per game he had in the first five weeks of the season) to hit his Fantasy potential. Volume like that can overcompensate for Williams' 50% catch rate on contested targets, or his minimal yards after catch or his six drops. Not that the Bolts haven't tried to get him going -- all three of his incomplete targets from Week 9 were inside of 15 yards of the end zone, but tight defensive coverage, a bad throw and a drop led to no points. There is good news: The Vikings have allowed three touchdowns and three 100-yard receivers in their past two games. Their zone-heavy coverage is a perfect match not only for Justin Herbert, who completes way more passes and throws fewer picks against the soft coverage but also for Williams, whose catch rate is 10% higher and after-catch rate is 5.05 yards per reception higher against zone.
Start 'em
10.0-7.00
6.99 - 5.01
5.00 - 0
Sit 'em
Sun, Nov 14 at 4:25 pm ET •
GB -3.5, O/U 49.5
Start Him
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SEA Seattle • #16
Age: 29 • Experience: 8 yrs.
Weekly Breakdown
MATCHUP
@ GB GB -3.5 O/U 49.5
OPP VS WR
10th
PROJ PTS
14.1
WR RNK
18th
YTD Stats
REC
41
TAR
58
REYDS
579
TD
3
FPTS/G
14.6
There's nothing I can tell you that changes what you know about Lockett and his extreme volatility. But what I can tell you is that he's playing a schematic defense that attempts to limit big plays and has mostly done a good job of it this season. Green Bay runs the 11th-most zone snaps this season and has allowed two 100-yard receivers this year (Ja'Marr Chase, Terry McLaurin) and one other with over 90 yards (Diontae Johnson). All three had 10-plus targets, something that Lockett's seen in three of eight games this year and 10 times in his career (five games with nine targets). You'll start Lockett because you'd feel stupid missing out on a big game like he had in Week 8, but this isn't a matchup we can definitively say he's going to go off in. At least he has Russell Wilson back, improving the quality of targets he'll see.
Start 'em
10.0-7.00
6.99 - 5.01
5.00 - 0
Sit 'em
Sun, Nov 14 at 8:20 pm ET •
LV +2.5, O/U 51.5
Start Him
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KC Kansas City • #15
Age: 26 • Experience: 6 yrs.
Weekly Breakdown
MATCHUP
@ LV KC -2.5 O/U 51.5
OPP VS QB
5th
PROJ PTS
27.2
QB RNK
7th
YTD Stats
PAYDS
2534
RUYDS
227
TD
21
INT
10
FPTS/G
25.1
Defenses have basically been daring the Chiefs to run the ball by playing a lot of zone coverage. This has actually been happening since last year, but the Chiefs overcame it with Mahomes making outstanding plays behind a good O-line and with a threatening run game. His offensive line has not improved as much as the team had hoped and the Chiefs' running backs, as rushers, aren't very good, though that could change once Clyde Edwards-Helaire comes back. Through nine weeks, no defense plays more zone coverage than the Las Vegas Raiders. As discouraging as that might be, the Raiders also happen to be one of the least-tested pass defenses in the league. They've done a number on Ben Roethlisberger, Jacoby Brissett, Justin Fields and Daniel Jones, but they've been dusted for 23-plus Fantasy points by Justin Herbert, Jalen Hurts and Teddy Bridgewater. In fact, the only legit stud quarterback they've shuttered was Lamar Jackson back in Week 1 when their secondary and pass rush was at full strength. I will continue to give Mahomes the benefit of the doubt, but a bad game against the Raiders will further downgrade his expectations.
Start 'em
10.0-7.00
6.99 - 5.01
5.00 - 0
Sit 'em
Mon, Nov 15 at 8:15 pm ET •
SF +4, O/U 49
Start Him
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LAR L.A. Rams • #89
Age: 29 • Experience: 7 yrs.
Weekly Breakdown
MATCHUP
@ SF LAR -4 O/U 49
OPP VS TE
8th
PROJ PTS
8.6
TE RNK
16th
YTD Stats
REC
35
TAR
46
REYDS
324
TD
2
FPTS/G
8.8
I think it's fair to say that Higbee's been unlucky. Clearly, he's not being phased out of the Rams offense -- he had 10 targets last week including two end-zone throws and a score that was called back. He's had seven red-zone targets in his past four games, which is a distant third among Rams pass-catchers, but it's still a good amount. The hope is Higbee comes through, finally, against a 49ers defense that's seen tight ends score on them in two of their past three games. It's also a defense that hasn't really been tested since T.J. Hockenson went to town in Week 1. Only two tight ends, Cole Kmet and Zach Ertz, had more than four targets against San Francisco. Higbee has seen four-plus targets in three of his last four games, and the one he didn't see them in was a Rams blowout win over the Texans where he didn't play the whole game. He's especially worth using in PPR leagues.
Start 'em
10.0-7.00
6.99 - 5.01
5.00 - 0
Sit 'em
Thu, Nov 11 at 8:20 pm ET •
MIA +7.5, O/U 46.5
Start Him
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BAL Baltimore • #34
Age: 30 • Experience: 9 yrs.
Weekly Breakdown
MATCHUP
@ MIA BAL -7.5 O/U 46.5
OPP VS RB
23rd
PROJ PTS
10.9
RB RNK
22nd
YTD Stats
RUYDS
188
REC
8
REYDS
63
TD
3
FPTS/G
7.3
Sneaky Sleeper
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TB Tampa Bay • #6
Age: 30 • Experience: 8 yrs.
Weekly Breakdown
MATCHUP
@ MIA BAL -7.5 O/U 46.5
OPP VS RB
23rd
PROJ PTS
7.2
RB RNK
38th
YTD Stats
RUYDS
82
REC
1
REYDS
-1
TD
2
FPTS/G
5.3
Freeman has looked good for several weeks but in Week 9 he set season-highs with 58% of snaps played, 15 total touches and 81 total yards. Also, Bell (finally) showed signs of having some burst last week (4.36 rushing average was a season high) and delivered a 11-48-1 rushing stat line. Since Week 6, Freeman has had a slight edge in snaps played 10 yards or closer to the goal line (seven to Bell's four) and on third and fourth downs (19 to Bell's 15). Not only has Miami allowed a touchdown to a running back in six of its last eight games, but the run defense currently sits third-worst in missed tackles on rushes (49) -- and that's after missing just one tackle last week against the Texans running backs. Freeman's good enough to trust on a short week as a No. 2 running back, but if you're in a serious pinch and need a running back who should get 10 touches, Bell is in play as a waivers-to-lineup emergency choice.
Start Him in PPR
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MIA Miami • #17
Age: 23 • Experience: Rookie
Weekly Breakdown
MATCHUP
vs BAL BAL -7.5 O/U 46.5
OPP VS WR
6th
PROJ PTS
13.5
WR RNK
20th
YTD Stats
REC
56
TAR
78
REYDS
496
TD
3
FPTS/G
13.5
With 10-plus targets in three of his past four games (and at least eight targets in all but three games this year), Waddle's an easy PPR start based on opportunity. His downfall is that he remains a short-area target in the passing game -- 17.5% of his routes go beyond 10 yards on the year (23% did last week, though), and only seven of his 56 catches have gone for more than 15 yards. The Ravens have struggled with wideouts to a degree -- they allow the fourth-most yards after catch per reception to receivers (5.49) and tend to let up a higher catch rate to slot guys (64%) than outside guys (58%). However, wideouts have totaled just seven scores on them this season and only one receiver has over 90 yards against them in 2021. Waddle's a safe, reliable No. 2 receiver in PPR formats but is more of a flex play in non- or half-PPR.
Bust Candidate
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MIA Miami • #37
Age: 25 • Experience: 4 yrs.
Weekly Breakdown
MATCHUP
vs BAL BAL -7.5 O/U 46.5
OPP VS RB
18th
PROJ PTS
12
RB RNK
21st
YTD Stats
RUYDS
313
REC
37
REYDS
188
TD
4
FPTS/G
12.1
Gaskin had 26 touches against the Texans last week and didn't even total 60 yards. He has over 80 yards in just one game. He still has yet to register a carry from 5 yards or closer. So what good is the matchup if Gaskin is playing this poorly? I get it -- the Ravens are in a tough spot having to turn around after playing into OT on Sunday, and recently they haven't been their usual shut-down selves (11-plus non-PPR points to a running back in three of their last four games with four touchdowns given up). But as nearly any metric will tell you, Gaskin simply has not consistently played efficiently even when he has had a lot of touches. You might be able to get another game with around 15 PPR points out of him, but don't expect much else.

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