How to handle Week 10’s fantasy disappointments

A handful of high-profile letdowns highlighted Week 10, and Brandon Marianne Lee looks at what to do with those players.

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How to handle Week 10’s fantasy disappointments

To push, or not to push. That is the question.

Week 10 solidified Marcus Mariota’s presence toward the top of anyone’s rest-of-season rankings. Ezekiel Elliott (along with his incredible offensive line) continued his tear through the National Football League. Antonio Brown’s owners gave themselves their weekly pat on the back.

Then there were head scratching moments. And then there was a point of panic.

Here are some players and situations that made you furious and how you should move forward.


Michael Thomas is a rookie.

We have the best signature stats and calculations in the business, but there is no “rookie performance” metric. Make no mistake, just about every rookie will have at least one of these unexplainable, woeful performances that will leap off the box score and smack you around. This was Thomas’ week.

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Brandon Marianne Lee is a PFF Fantasy contributor, a SiriusXM host, co-founder of Her Fantasy Football and was a finalist for FSWA's Newcomer of the Year in 2014.

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