As you parents out there can surely understand, the past few weeks have been like riding a carousel of ever-changing baby-shushing instruments. One week our little dude is perfectly silenced in a swing, the next week our magical tool is bouncing on a balance ball (which let me tell you is more than just a little physically taxing when the bouncing lasts and lasts and lasts), and this week it's rolling around our apartment and hallways in his stroller. What works one week might not work the next...and that's so true in fantasy football, too, my friends: sometimes you've gotta eschew what has worked in the past and just roll with what's hot right now. So for thoughts on who is hot, read on...
- Start/sit suggestions:
- Ask The Commish's Sit or Start for Week 10
- LestersLegends.com's Start/Sit Week 10
- NFL.com's Start 'Em, Sit 'Em: Manning, Charles in line for huge numbers in Week 10
- USA Today's Studs and Duds: Redskins' Chris Cooley a smart play vs Eagles
- The Sports Outlaw's Week 10 Start 'em/Sit 'em
- FantasyFanPlay.com's Play 'Em and Lay 'Em
- By request, here are a bunch of IDP links for Week 10 - enjoy the IDP link dump!
- Kilroz Krystal Ball's Going Deep: IDP Dynasty Sleepers
- FFManiaxs' Week 10 IDP Start/Sit
- ProFootballFocus.com's Fantasy: IDP Stock Market - Week 10
- IDP Guru's 2010 IDP Waiver Wire Pickups - Week 10
- Week 10 Rankings and Projections:
- Mac Bros' Quarterback Start/Sit Rankings (Week 10)
- FFToday.com's Quarterback Projections
- Roto Arcade's Early Position Ranks, Week 10
- Pyromaniac.com's Player Rankings - Week 10
- Ultimate Fantasy Football Strategy's 2010 Week 10 Player Rankings
- Razzball.com's Week 10 Positional Rankings
- Roto Arcade's rest-of-season rankings are up in Shuffle Up: How I learned to stop worrying and love Peyton Hillis.
- If you'd like to know who to avoid or who to start, take a look at KFFL.com's Fantasy football busts: WR - Week 10 or FantasyPros911.com's Fantasy Football Week 10 Sleepers.
Ain't that the truth.
Now if someone would just tell Brad Childress that you need to be flexible.