Field Analytics will assist fantasy sports managers on week 10 by giving them the specific information they want on one of the most crucial, fantasy-relevant topics per week throughout this NFL season. Field has a large phone book, so he can call anyone he needs.
Josh Allen of the Buffalo Bills has emerged as the top fantasy American football player this year. Allen leads the competition in scoring followed only by Hill and averages 26.9 points a game, 1.4 more than the nearest player, Pat Mahomes, despite only playing in 8 games this campaign whereas the Bills already have passed their bye week 10.
Now, it seems sense that a quarterback would have the highest point total in a fantasy league, but it shouldn’t take away from Allen’s genius.
He is presently questionable for Sunday’s heavyweight showdown even against Vikings due to an elbow injuries suffered towards the conclusion of Buffalo Bill’s nine week contest. The formula is straightforward for fantasy leagues: If he participates, you pick him in Week 10.
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But it’s tough to replace Allen at all under the conditions, and it’s more difficult considering how bad quarterback performance has been this year in fantasy. There aren’t very much quarterbacks that have outperformed this year anyway, since we’ve already discussed how underwhelming the regular fantasy QB superstars have been.
When the week 10 started, Justin Fields was accessible in much more than 52 percent of leagues, but even that figure shrank with the initial wave of waiver claims, and he is now only available in 20 percent of leagues. Go get him right away whether you’re in any of the leagues where he got away with it.
My next two favourite acquisitions, particularly for Week 10, are Dan Jones and Garoppolo for any of you who lost out on Fields.