The PFF ultimate DFS guide for Week 10

Find the summary of all our weekly DFS advice here, and good luck in the Week 10 games.

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(Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

The PFF ultimate DFS guide for Week 10

Even the experts struggle. Nine weeks into the NFL (and therefore, fantasy football) season, there are certainly some of the smartest fantasy players in season-long leagues scuffling along with records that are 3-6, 2-7, 1-8. Maybe it’s injury, or luck, or stars aligning against you, but it’s true that a bad record does not, ipso facto, mean a bad fantasy owner.

That’s a big part of the reason why daily fantasy has proliferated. People play the game for all sorts of reasons, but one of them is that it keeps making fantasy fun and interesting long after a ruined season-long team is out of it. So with that in mind, here is our weekly DFS guide, featuring the analysis and advice of our top fantasy writers.

Below is a quick-hit version of our best weekly DFS advice. Click through to each piece for more information, but in a pinch, you can choose a strategy and go. And be sure to study up through our DFS Pro Optimizer tool. Do all that, and you’ll stay ahead of all those people who are learning more every week.

And then at the bottom, you’ll find links to the rest of our Week 10 DFS content. Good luck.


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  • Tim Darragh

    This is exactly what’s wrong with this site. Above you list Jeffry vs Grimes, indicating a tough matchup. While on the WR/CB article, we get this:
    Alshon Jeffery vs. Tampa Bay – . The veteran receiver will also get the benefit of facing rookie corner Vernon Hargreaves this week. Hargreaves has really struggled over the last two weeks, allowing 19 catches on a massive 27 targets for 298 yards and a score. Jeffery is set up for a big week.
    SO WHICH IS IT? Total BS. Get it together, PFF. Probably just covering your asses, so you can say you had it correct…whatever happens.