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Welcome to Week 10 of Daily Fantasy Football. Another week of Daily Fantasy Football and another slew of injuries in Week 9. This is starting to sound like a broken record. It amazes me the amount of injuries that are occurring and it makes me wonder, was I was just oblivious to them all before or were there were always a lot of injuries? I am so glad that I play a majority of Daily Fantasy Football and not Season Long anymore. The injuries hurt but only for a week rather then multiple weeks.

In this week article, I am going to dig a little deeper to find bigger values. It`s easier to predict value for studs, but studs with twice the value won`t help you win big tournaments. Low priced guys with four times the value help you win big tournaments. Now I do like these players for cash games as well, but I feel they have big upside. So let`s call this the Tournament edition of this week`s article.

Week 10 team on bye : Atlanta Falcons, San Diego Chargers, Indianapolis Colts and San Francisco 49ers

All prices are based on Fanduel pricing.

Let`s get to finding this week`s big values and avoids for Week 10 of Daily Fantasy Football action.

Week 10 Daily Fantasy Football


3 Value Wide Receivers

Michael Crabtree, Oakland Raiders v.s Minnesota Vikings ($6,400)

Crabtree has only had his price go up minimally and he is $700 less then Amari Cooper and producing better points per week then Cooper as well. Crabtree has produced 3 straight weeks of 15 points or higher and with starting RB Latavius Murray in concussion protocol the Raiders might have to air out more this week vs the Vikings. A 2 TD day again this week would put Crabtree at 4 times value and this is exactly what we need to win large field tournaments.

Davante Adams, Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions ($5,800)

Adams was highly touted coming into this year as a potential breakout candidate before Jordy Nelson tore his ACL. A slow start, the signing of James Jones and an injury derailed his breakout campaign. Now that he is healthy and Jones is slowing down ( 2 or less catches for 4 straight weeks) Adams has a great chance, vs a weak Lions defense to crush his value. The running game looks terrible so Aaron Rodgers is going to have to take this passing offense to a new level. Look for Adams to be a big part of it. Hopefully Jones will not vulture any redzone touchdowns.

Kamar Aiken, Baltimore Ravens vs. Jacksonville Jaguars ($5,400)

Steve Smith is OUT for the year and Joe Flacco is going to need a new WR to lock onto. The Jaguars does not have a big time pass rush so Flacco should be able to stand back there and pick the Jaguars defense apart. The Jaguars offense should be able to put up points to give the game a chance of being a shootout. The Ravens running game isn`t having the success it had last year as Forsett looks old and slow in the new offense. I really like Aiken to have a lot of volume in the passing game and for him to have a big game this week.


3 Wide Receivers to Avoid

Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona Cardinals at Seattle Seahawks ($7,400)

Let`s face it, other then a few multiple touchdown weeks Fitzgerald has only made value for this price point ($7400) half the games he has  played this year. He pretty much is touchdown dependent on making value. Seattle and Richard Sherman will make sure that Fitzgerald will not beat them this week.

Pivot to Amari Cooper ($7,100)

Sammy Watkins, Buffalo Bills at NY Jets ($6,900)

Watkins is coming off a huge game and the Jets secondary has looked very beatable the past 2 weeks but i just can`t see the Jets letting Watkins beat them the way he beat the Dolphins last week. I know Watkins is very talented and this could backfire in my face but he was seen hobbling around after last week`s game so he could possibly still be hurting a bit.

Pivot to Eric Decker ($6,800)

James Jones, Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions ($5,700)

Jones has not looked great recently, 2 or less catches for 4 straight weeks and only making value 1 of those 4 weeks thanks to a long TD where the DB slipped. Adams is healthy now and should start to dominate the secondary targets in the Green Bay offense and is the much better player then Jones skill wise. Now we are seeing why the Giants cut Jones with all the injuries they had before the season started at the WR positon.

Pivot to Rueben Randle ($5,700)

That`s all and good luck this week in your Daily Fantasy Football game!!! Remember, tips are always appreciated.

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