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Week 10 consensus start/sit list

Welcome to the Week 10 consensus start/sit list. For those new to this feature, I've gone through this week's start/sit links posted here on FFLibrarian and tallied up the players with the most start or sit votes. You'll find them listed below in no particular order. Good luck!

QB
Start: Christian Ponder, Tim Tebow, Mark Sanchez, Matt Cassel, Matt Ryan
Sit: Josh Freeman, Jay Cutler, Andy Dalton

RB
Start: Ben Tate, Chris Johnson, DeMarco Murray, Willis McGahee, Reggie Bush
Sit: LeGarrette Blount, Ahmad Bradshaw, Brandon Jacobs, Cedric Benson, Marshawn Lynch

WR
Start: Laurent Robinson, Julio Jones, Santonio Holmes
Sit: Larry Fitzgerald, Nate Washington, Brandon Lloyd, Reggie Wayne

TE
Start: Greg Olsen, Brandon Pettigrew, Jake Ballard
Sit: Vernon Davis, Kellen Winslow

DST
Start: Eagles, Lions, Texans
Sit: Bears

Kicker
Start: Billy Cundiff, Alex Henery, Dan Carpenter
Sit: Adam Vinatieri, Mike Nugent

Comments

Unknown said…
I like Ponder as well this weekend! But not Chris Johnson I know he has a favorable match up but he did a couple week ago against Indy what is going to be different about this game?
Anthony
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