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We’re officially past the worst part of the season. While our Week 10 Fantasy Football rankings will still be missing players from four different teams, they’re still much more stocked than they were over the past two weeks.

In Weeks 8 and 9, we had 12 different teams off for bye weeks, which could have made a huge difference in your standings. Take a look back at where you were after Week 7 … Go ahead, I’ll wait!

Now compare it to where you are after Week 9. Did you move up in the standings? Did you drop? Is there a smaller group vying for the bye week advantage in the playoffs? Are there more teams in the fight for the final playoffs spots?

If you were able to climb in the standings at all, or if you split the past two weeks, with a win and a loss, then you should consider the past half-month a huge success! To think you managed your way through a Fantasy Football mindfield and you came out unscathed is a huge accomplishment this season.

Now, though, we turn our attention to the final four weeks of the Fantasy regular season. This week, you’ll be without the services of the Bills, Colts, Lions and Raiders, which means three of the top 10 Fantasy quarterbacks are resting, along with some very solid RB2s, like Frank Gore, Latavius Murray and LeSean McCoy.

Check your waiver wire for players coming off their Week 9 byes that other teams might have been forced to cut to make room for players in their lineup, like Andy Dalton, Carson Palmer, Martellus Bennett, Tyler Eifert, Zach Miller, Chandler Catanzaro, Stephen Gostkowski, Cardinals defense, Patriots defense and Texans defense.

SCFE’s Staff Week 10 Fantasy Football Rankings

The “So-Called Fantasy Experts” shared their Week 10 Fantasy Football Rankings, but it’s up to you to make it into the playoffs!

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David Gonos

David Gonos has been writing about Fantasy Sports online since 2000 – and playing Fantasy Sports since 1989. He has drafted both Curt Warner and Kurt Warner, along with Big Unit and Big Papi. A veteran of hundreds of drafts in the past 15 years alone, Gonos is closely acquainted with sleepers, breakouts and busts – as he has drafted many of all three. He was a Senior Fantasy Writer for CBSSports.com for five years, and he has been columnist on SI.com and FanDuel.com, while also getting published on MLB.com, NFL.com, FoxSports.com and USAToday.com.
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