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Fantasy Football Week 10 must starts at the Wide Receiver position

Falcons want to lock Julio Jones up forever

Falcons WR Julio Jones will eat this week

Fantasy Starts for Week 10                     

Written by Reed Spangenberg

Wide Receiver:

Julio Jones vs. PHI.

-Odell Beckham exposed the Eagles CB weakness last week and Philly is going to struggle stopping the most dangerous WR in the game this week when they play Atlanta. Jones has just under 1,000 receiving yards and is probably going to haul in at least 100 more against Philadelphia.

Mike Evans vs. CHI.

-Jameis Winston knows who his best receiver is and it was obvious last week. Evans is practicing this week after going into the concussion protocol after Thursday night’s game. He is facing a poor Chicago defense that is giving up the 6th most fantasy points to receivers.

Dez Bryant vs. PIT.

-Bryant was not force-fed the ball last week like he was previously, but this week that could change. Dallas could look to exploit the Steelers weak passing defense that is allowing 276 yards a game through the air.

Alshon Jeffery vs. TB.

-Chicago has their best option at QB available again this week against Tampa Bay, who has allowed 18 passing TDs this year. Cutler knows how great Alshon Jeffery is and he is likely to look for his Pro Bowl receiver often against the defense allowing the most fantasy points to WRs.

Jordan Matthews vs. ATL.

-Matthews is not an elite receiver in the NFL, but he is the best receiver on the Eagles roster and Carson Wentz is aware of that. Matthews caught six passes on 10 targets for 88 yards against the Giants last week in a close divisional loss and he is going to be targeted a lot this week against the worst pass defense in the league. Owners in PPR leagues should start him in week 10.

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