Fantasy Football Week 10: Before You Start

It’s already Week 10 in the NFL, which means we have reached the double digits mark on the season. Can’t believe we’ve already been debating nine weeks worth of fantasy football line-up decisions but that’s what has happened and now it’s time to tinker with our line-ups once more.

Nov 4, 2012; Seattle, WA, USA; Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin (12) carries the ball during the 1st half against the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field. Mandatory Credit: Steven Bisig-US PRESSWIRE

Notable fantasy football names that have already been ruled out for Sunday include Vikings WR Percy Harvin, Saints RB Darren Sproles, Steelers WR Antonio Brown, Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez, Raiders RB Darren McFadden and Cowboys RB DeMarco Murray.

Below you’ll find other relevant fantasy football information you should use to help you set your line-up but for the most part there aren’t a whole lot of injury surprises:

-Texans TE Owen Daniels will be a game time decision. Waiting till the Sunday night game is risky unless you have a viable back-up TE option. If not you’ll be stuck looking at names like Kellen Davis and Tony Moeaki. If James Casey has TE eligibility in your league he could be an intriguing fill-in.

-Giants RB Ahmad Bradshaw is active so you can safely start him in your line-up.

-Jake Locker will be starting for the Titans this week and is a viable QB2 or bye-week replacement for Rodgers and RG3.

-Titans WR Kendall Wright is active.

-Rams WR Danny Amendola is back and good to go for the Rams this week.

-Lions WR Titus Young is active

-Bills WR Stevie Johnson is active.

Topics: Fantasy Football Line Up, Fantasy Football Week 10 Injury Report, Fantasy Football Week 10 Start/sit, New York Giants

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