Categorizing games to help fantasy football enthusiasts make better decisions can be a game-changer. I’m breaking down each game on the slate into three categories: Binge, Stream, and Skip.
For the “binge” category, we have the San Francisco 49ers at Jacksonville Jaguars game. The 49ers are coming off their bye with questions about how they’ll perform down the stretch. The defense is a concern and the Jaguars’ passing game could have an advantage. Deebo Samuel is in a smash spot against the Jaguars’ zone coverage.
As for the “stream” category, we have the Houston Texans at Cincinnati Bengals game. Injuries to key players will affect the game environment and could lead to lower scoring. Keep an eye on the Bengals’ wide receivers and Tank Dell’s volatility in production. Joe Mixon is expected to see a ton of work and be efficient.
Lastly, for the “skip” category, we have the Cleveland Browns at Baltimore Ravens game. It may not be binge-worthy for fantasy football, but it’s a must-see for football fans due to the strength of the two defenses. Rashod Bateman has the potential to break out and make a considerable impact on the Ravens’ passing game.
In a nutshell, making fantasy decisions is about understanding the game environment and predicting player performance. Let’s dive into the Week 10 Fantasy Football Viewer’s Guide.
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