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My Week 10 start/sit picks went 18-10-4, with the wide receiver position filled with hits. It's crucial to nail wide receivers, as they can be the ultimate deciding factor in a fantasy football win or loss. Hitting those boom weeks and avoiding the busts can make or break you.
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- Week 10 Hits: Taylor Heinicke, Baker Mayfield, Teddy Bridgewater, Derek Carr
- Week 10 Misses: Matt Ryan, Carson Wentz
Don’t let the Chicago Bears’ bye week let you forget that Fields has finished as a top-10 fantasy quarterback in back-to-back starts. The rookie is finally hitting his stride due to an increase in rushing yards. He has totaled 148 yards on the ground over the past two weeks and averaged 57 rushing yards per game over his past four starts.
He’s a legitimate plug-and-play option off the waiver wire based on his rushing ability alone versus Baltimore in Week 11. The Ravens rank fifth in fantasy points per game allowed to quarterbacks over the past four weeks.
And SMASH the over on Fields’ 189.5 passing yards prop on Prizepicks.com — a number he has exceeded in five of his past six starts.
Related: NFL WEEK 11 FANTASY FOOTBALL WAIVER WIRE TARGETS — ALL LEAGUE SIZES AND SCORING TARGETS via Andrew Erickson
Tagovailoa did not start last Thursday night due to a lingering finger issue but was re-inserted into the lineup after a Jacoby Brissett injury. The second-year quarterback played well (12.2 yards per attempt), as he has done all season when healthy.
Head coach Brian Flores is giving the go-ahead for Tagovailoa to start in Week 11, and he is a great streaming option ahead of a matchup versus the New York Jets.