Flex rankings for Week 10 of the fantasy season

Got flex worries for Week 10? Jeff Ratcliffe has the full top 150 rankings.

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Flex rankings for Week 10 of the fantasy season

Just one month remains before a lot of leagues enter the playoffs. To help you dominate down the stretch, here’s this week’s edition of the flex rankings:

(Updated Nov. 11; changes from Wednesday are noted in parentheses)

1. (0) David Johnson, ARI (RB1) — This one isn’t even fair. The 49ers have given up 200-plus rushing yards to opposing running backs in each of their last three games.

2. (0) Ezekiel Elliott, DAL (RB2) — He would have had a massive day last week if the Cowboys didn’t get out to such a big lead.

3. (5) Mike Evans, TB (WR1) — Evans has been cleared of the concussion protocol before this week’s contest against the Bears.

4. (0) Le’Veon Bell, PIT (RB3) — Though he hasn’t scored this season, Bell remains one of the most heavily used backs in the league.

5. (-2) Antonio Brown, PIT (WR2) — Big Ben isn’t 100 percent, but Brown still saw double-digit targets and found the end zone in Week 9.

6. (0) Melvin Gordon, SD (RB4) — Don’t look now, but one of last year’s biggest fantasy busts is leading all running backs in scoring.

7. (2) DeMarco Murray, TEN (RB5) — With Derrick Henry likely out, Murray is poised for a big workload in Week 10.

8. (-3) Julio Jones, ATL (WR3) — Jones remains an elite play against an Eagles secondary that gave up four scores to wide receivers last week.

9. (-2) Jay Ajayi, MIA (RB6) — Yep, he’s the real deal. Ajayi should be considered an RB1 for the rest of the season.

10. (3) Lamar Miller, HOU (RB7) — Houston’s offense spun it wheels over the first half of the season, but Miller averaged 21.9 touches per game.

11. (0) A.J. Green, CIN (WR4) — Only Mike Evans averages more targets per game.

12. (0) Odell Beckham Jr., NYG (WR5) — The Giants’ passing game got back on track somewhat last week. That certainly bodes well for Beckham’s fantasy owners.

13. (-3) Devonta Freeman, ATL (RB8) — Tevin Coleman has yet to practice this week. If he sits, Freeman will see another big workload.

14. (0) Matt Forte, NYJ (RB9) — Forte continues to see heavy volume. He now has 190 touches through the Jets’ first nine games.

15. (0) Alshon Jeffery, CHI (WR6) — Believe it or not, Jay Cutler under center is actually a good thing for Jeffery.

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Jeff Ratcliffe is the Director of Fantasy at Pro Football Focus. He produces all of our projections and is 2016's second-most-accurate ranker in the fantasy industry. Jeff also is the host of our show on SiriusXM fantasy sports radio and is one of the main hosts of our Fantasy Slant podcast.

  • Jack

    I think Donte Moncrief is missing from the list.

    • Daniel Kelley

      Not this week. Colts are on a bye.

      • Jack

        Right, my mistake.

  • thebandit

    are these PPR or Standard rankings?