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Week 10 Report Card
QB Mark Sanchez PHI: 332 yards, 2 TD = 25 points
RB Jeremy Hill CIN: 61 total yards, 1 FUM = 4 points
WR Davante Adams GB: rec, 10 yards = 2 points
TE Mychel Rivera OAK: 6 rec, 64 yards, TD = 18 points
K Mason Crosby GB: 2/2 FG, 7/7 XPM = 15 points
D/ST Broncos DEN = 17 PA, 2 INT, 1 FR = 15 points
Teddy Bridgewater | VIKINGS (7% owned)
Coming off two consecutive performances with at least 200 yards, one touchdown, and zero turnovers, Bridgewater enters Week 11 set to face the Bears' defense who rank dead last in fantasy points allowed to quarterbacks this season. Surrendering back-to-back 40+ fantasy outings to quarterbacks, including seven straight performances of allowing at least 250 yards passing, the Bears have become a must-start opponent for the majority fantasy quarterbacks moving forward.
While Bridgewater remains a boom-or-bust option in fantasy, the return of tight end Kyle Rudolph and (possibly) Adrian Peterson could stir the argument that the Louisville product has surpassed names such as Cam Newton, Colin Kaepernick, Alex Smith, and Matt Ryan in fantasy value for the remainder of the season.
Full disclosure: Tony Romo owners should consider Bridgewater a must-add heading into the Week 11 bye.
I'd take him over: Josh McCown, Austin Davis, Derek Carr, Kyle Orton
C.J. Anderson | BRONCOS (3.5% owned)
Rushing 13 times for 90 yards, including four receptions for 73 yards and a touchdown, Anderson finished Week 10 as the second highest scorer behind Marshawn Lynch for fantasy running backs. Despite facing the Raiders defense who rank second to last in fantasy points allowed to running backs this season, Anderson proved to be a promising replacement for Monte Ball and Ronnie Hillman who continue to nurse lingering injuries.
Given the high probability of a blowout taking place in the Broncos' favor, a touchdown or two in garbage time doesn't seem so far-fetched despite facing the league's 7th best rushing defense against fantasy running backs this season.
Full disclosure: Anderson's time may not last long, but there's a high chance for quality RB2 production until Ball and Hillman return.
I'd take him over: Benny Cunningham, Devonta Freeman, Charles Sims, DeAngelo Williams
Robert Woods | BILLS (1.9% owned)
Producing double-digit fantasy points in three out of his last four games, Woods has quietly become a must add for PPR leagues nearing the stretch run of the fantasy football season.
Finding the endzone twice in the last four weeks, including two games of at least six receptions, Woods has seemingly become the clear-cut No. 2 receiver behind rookie Sammy Watkins.
While Woods is set to face a stingy Dolphins defense in Miami on Thursday, it's worth noting the Bills' schedule gets a lot juicier for wide receiver production leading up the fantasy football playoffs: NYJ, CLE, @DEN, GB, @OAK
Full disclosure: Woods should be added in all league's with or without Sammy Watkins in the Bills' lineup. While Woods may get looked at as a secondary target, Watkins will continue to be guarded by the opposing team's top cornerbacks, leaving Woods with a much more manageable matchup in the slot.
I'd take him over: Markus Wheaton, Malcom Floyd, Jerricho Cotchery, Nate Washington
Richard Rodgers | PACKERS (10.9% owned)
In the event where the Packers would be in a position to rest their key starters such as Eddie Lacy, Randall Cobb, Jordy Nelson and Andrew Quarless, coach Mike McCarthy could be seeking an opportunity to see what exactly he has in the Cal product moving forward. Possessing arguably the team's best hands and speed in the tight end position, Rodgers' development figures to be with the mindset of being the long-term replacement of the departed Jermichael Finley.
Rodgers' rookie season season consists of nine catches for 117 yards.
Full disclosure: Rodgers won't be the guy you want to plug in for this particular week, though anyone on the Packers' secondary receiving core has value as long as they continue win games down the stretch.
I'd take him over: Brandon Myers, Levine Toilolo, Cooper Heifet, Andrew Quarless
Kai Forbath | REDSKINS (.07% owned)
Successful on 15 of 16 field goal attempts this season, Forbath should see tons of opportunity against the Bucs who rank second to last in points against fantasy kickers this season.
Full disclosure: While the Redskins' offense appears to be on the up & up with the return of Robert Griffin III, we're still banking on some failed red-zone attempts, leaving Forbath a chance to be an elite streaming option in Week 11.
I'd take him over: Graham Gano, Brandon McManus, Cairo Santos
San Diego Chargers | vs. OAK (23.6% owned)
Notables: Vikings D/ST @ CHI, Steelers D/ST @ TEN