Week 10 Recap: All Day, Every Day November 12, 2012  |  Jeff

Week 10 is just one more Kansas City prime time snoozer away from completion and Sunday was packed with big fantasy performances and unfortunately, concussions. Let’s dive right into the biggest news from Sunday’s slate of action, highlighted by yet another monstrous outing from the best running back in the galaxy…


Adrian Peterson: Peterson was at it again on Sunday, rolling over the Lions for 171 yards and a touchdown. Take a seat and digest this four game stat line: 629 yards rushing and 5 touchdowns for a beefy average of 157.3 yards per game. The Vikings now head into their bye week and will return with a tough slate of defenses the rest of the way (CHIx2, @HOU), but even the stingiest of defenses won’t be able to slow this train down.

Fred Jackson: After a solid outing (115 total yards, 2 scores), Jackson sustained an undisclosed head injury late in Buffalo’s game at New England. More details will be released this week, but this could signal the glorious return of the C.J. Spiller show…be sure to set your DVR!

Jay Cutler: Cutler was doing his thing on Sunday night (40 yds/2 INT) when he was knocked from the game with a concussion. Jason Campbell then came in and couldn’t get the Chicago offense out of the driveway. If Cutler is out in week 11, Campbell gets the start against San Francisco which means he won’t be worth a pickup unless you play in a 3 QB league.

Michael Vick: The concussion parade made a stop in Philadelphia this week, as Michael Vick’s Sunday was cut short with a head injury. If Vick misses week 11, it will be the Nick Foles show as the Eagles continue their implosion. This team is a wreck and I wouldn’t feel good owning anyone involved.

Brandon Myers: The best fake football plug-in tight end received a concussion of his own on Sunday after catching 5 balls for 57 yards. Oakland gets New Orleans next week, so Myers may miss out on a huge opportunity for fantasy points. More news will be released this week.

Joe Flacco: While the Ravens dismantling the Raiders, Flacco racked up some huge numbers (3 TD Passing/1 rushing) and cracked 300 yards passing (341) for the first time since week 4. Flacco is still a second string fantasy quarterback but will have some decent moments when he hooks up with speedster Torrey Smith, as he did this week.

Matt Ryan: Matty Ice did exactly what we expected him to do on Sunday, as he roasted the New Orleans defense for 411 yards and 3 touchdowns. Mark your calendars for week 13, when the Falcons and Saints meet again.

Marcel Reece: Reece was productive while filling in for the Raiders’ heap of injured running backs, as he rushed for 48 yards and caught 7 passes for 56 yards receiving. Note that mid-week buzz machine Taiwan Jones received a measly three touches, so Reece will be the main man until the Raiders injury woes subside.

Calvin Johnson: Megatron steamrolled the Vikings on Sunday for 207 yards on 12 catches. This makes back to back big games for ‘Tron, and he finally found the endzone this week for the first time since week 3. Saddle up and ride the Lions’ stud into fake football playoff country.

Danario Alexander: A week after a 61 yard effort, Alexander racked up 134 yards and a score in week 10. Robert Meachem is now an afterthought in San Diego, so Alexander appears to have a decent workload upcoming for the Bolts. Make sure to snag this guy if he is hanging around on your waiver wire.

Hakeem Nicks: Nicks had his first “Hakeem Nicks” outing since week 2, as he finally showed signs of life despite the continued struggles of Eli Manning. Nicks has got a decent run of opposing defenses upcoming, which will bode well for the Giants receiver if Eli can get his noggin’ screwed on straight.

Danny Amendola: After a three game absence, Amendola picked right up where he left off while going for 102 yards on 11 catches. A fantasy playoff schedule of @BUF, MIN, @TB looks pretty good for Danny boy, so the patient owners who held onto the St. Louis wide out will be handsomely rewarded.

Jimmy Graham: 146 yards this week for Jimbo, who also chipped in with his 3rd and 4th touchdowns over New Orleans’ last three games. Graham’s ankle seems to be fine, as he is getting plenty of air on his goal post dunks.

Greg Olsen: 102 yards and 2 scores for Olsen this week, who is now averaging roughly 5 catches per game. Olsen won’t sniff the Graham/Gronk tier of tight ends, but he does have some value as a lower TE1. A nice matchup with Tampa awaits Olsen in week 11.

Tony Gonzalez: Gonzo went bonkers on the soft Saints defense on Sunday, with 11 catches for 122 yards and 2 scores. Gonzalez had a trio of mediocre games prior to this outing, but 2012 has been a great year for the ancient Falcons tight end, who made his NFL debut in 1978.

15 Responses

  1. Jermichael says:

    10 Team PPR: Luck, Eli, Wayne, Marshall, Cruz, Dez, Amendola, Rice, AP, DMC, D Thomas, Beanie, Gates, Vernon, HOU. I proposed Vernon for Reece, yay or nay?

  2. Jermichael says:

    10 Team PPR: Thoughts on Brandon Marshal ROS, with Cutler out this week & already having a handful of concussion throughout his career, is Marshall worth a trade? Our trade deadline is the 23rd, here is my team: Luck, Eli, Marshall, Wayne, Cruz, Dez, Amendola, Rice, AP, DMC, Thomas, Beanie, Gates, Vernon, Hou.

    • Jeff says:

      First of all, that team looks damn good. I would stick with him. Chicago has ZERO other options at WR so whatever passes Campbell completes will be to him. Unless you can score an elite back in return to play at your flex spot, I would hold tight.

  3. Jermichael says:

    10 Team PPR: Need a RB2 fill in because of DMC. Here are my options: Joique Bell, Jacquizz, Woodhead, Daniel Thomas, Ingram, Hunter, Ivory. Please rank.

  4. sonofabeachy says:

    14 team league, and I need a BYE week QB. 1 pt per 20 yds, 6 pts per TD, no “X” yardage bonuses.

    Currently have Bradford rostered vs NYJ, but could drop him for Skelton @ ATL, Tannehill @ BUF, or possibly Kaepernick vs CHI if Smith is out.

    What do you think? Don’t know if I should trust Bradford, even with Amendola back.

  5. unit says:

    would you trade percy for spiller (or mathews)? he has rice/spiller/mathews/morris and can only start 3

    my rbs are cj2k, mccoy, jennings, dwyer
    wrs are marshall, harvin, a. brown, s.smith

    cant really afford to lose this week (cj and percy on bye, a.brown likely still out) and total points are decider of last playoff spot. fred jackson already ruled out for thursday

    • Jeff says:

      Well, Spiller is going to kill it on Thursday, so I see where you’re going with this. Without the rest of this information, I’d say Percy is too much to give up but in your case I would make the deal. If you are toast with a loss this week, then it really ties your hands. You’re pretty much going to have to make the deal and hope Fred Jackson misses another game or two and you can ride Spiller into the playoffs.

  6. y4rivera says:

    This is a follow up to the keeper league trade questions I had asked you. We can keep up to 4 players. Keepers are kept at last years price plus a $5 inflation. During the draft top guys usually go in the 40-50 range.
    Potential Keepers with best value
    Cam $11
    Cruz $11
    Julio $14
    Percy $18
    Martin $20
    Forte $33
    McCoy $36
    The owner made another offer of Rice ($50) and Rodgers ($58) for Cam ($11) and Martin ($20). I know value wise I shouldn’t do it because I wouldn’t keep Rodgers or Rice at those prices. My concern is we are only allowed 4 keepers and I have several potential keepers. Since I won’t be able to keep everyone should I consider a move like this or stick with what I got?
    My Team
    QB Cam
    RB McCoy
    RB Martin
    WR Julio
    WR Cruz
    WR Percy
    TE Myers
    flx Forte
    flx DMC
    bn Dalton, Antonio (pit), Mendenhall, D.Rich, Hartline, Reece

    • Jeff says:

      It looks like you’d be left with something like Cruz/Julio/Percy/McCoy as your keepers if you did the deal, which is still a nice set up. If you would just end up losing the remainder of your keepers anyway, then a deal would make sense. I think the proposed deal is good enough, your team would be stacked after that.

  7. Icaro says:


    Drop Britt or Shorts for DHB ?!

    Also, drop Felix for Wells ?! I dont need Felix…


    • Jeff says:

      I think dropping Felix for Wells is a decent idea, as Murray will be back eventually. As far as DHB is concerned, if you really want him I would drop Britt.

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