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2019 Fantasy Football Week 10 Vampire League Starters


Welcome back vampires to the 2019 Fantasy Football Week 10 Vampire League Starters article. I hope you were victorious last week and got to add a new player to your roster.

Despite having the second-highest scoring team, I lost my chance to claim Patrick Mahomes from my opponent.

Let’s set a lineup that will make all us vampires the top-scoring team in our leagues. Here are the best starting options in Week 10.

2019 Fantasy Football Week 10 Vampire League Starters

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Brian Hoyer, Indianapolis Colts

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If the Colts are smart, they’ll sit Jacoby Brissett to rest and heal for the whole week. Brian Hoyer is capable of beating the dumpster fire that is the Miami Dolphins.

The Dolphins are allowing 21.74 Fantasy points and 251.6 passing yards per game to quarterbacks. Plus, Miami has already allowed 18 touchdowns to QBs.

Jameis Winston, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Winston hasn’t shown any consistency this season, which makes it tough to start him, but his matchup against the Cardinals is too great to pass up.

The Cardinals are allowing 25.15 Fantasy points and 280.7 yards per game to quarterbacks. Arizona’s secondary has allowed more touchdowns to quarterbacks (24) than Miami.

Running Backs

J.D. McKissic, Detroit Lions

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McKissic has been the most effective Lions’ back since Kerryon Johnson went down with an injury. He’ll have plenty of touches against the Chicago Bears.

The Bears’ defense has allowed 29.07 fantasy points per game to running backs in their past four games.

Chicago’s terrible offense is an added bonus for McKissic. The Bears offense is averaging 26.25 yards per drive (one of the lowest in the NFL), which means plenty of more drives for the Lions offense.

Jamaal Williams, Green Bay Packers

Williams has been a surprisingly effective fantasy option considering his limited workload.

He has had a double-digit finish in six out of the eight games he has played in. His Week 10 opponent (Carolina Panthers) will provide him the opportunity to have another double-digit point total.

The Panthers have allowed 28.19 Fantasy points per game, 844 yards, and 11 touchdowns to running backs this season.

Wide Receivers

Zach Pascal, Indianapolis Colts

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The Colts wide receivers are riddled with injuries leaving Pascal as the last man standing. He is a touchdown-dependent option, but there is a high probability of him catching one touchdown against the Dolphins.

Golden Tate, New York Giants

Tate has six or more receptions in his past four games and could do some real damage to the Jets with six or more receptions.

The New York Jets have allowed 1,416 yards, 11 touchdowns, and 21 red-zone targets to wide receivers this season.

Tight End

Cameron Brate, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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Brate hasn’t been great with no OJ Howard in the starting lineup. But Jameis Winston will have to throw to Brate when the Cardinals defense leaves him wide open on every play.

Remember vampires, always start tight ends facing the Arizona Cardinals.


Jaylen Samuels, Pittsburgh Steelers

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Jaylen Samuels is another player who will reap the benefits of his team being riddled with injuries. If James Connor is out again, Samuels is a must-start.

There’s a good chance the Steelers will be playing from behind against the Rams, which could lead to another double-digit reception game for Samuels.

Defense/ Special Teams

New York Giants

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The Giants defense has been bad, but the Jets offense is worse. The Jets offense has allowed 37 sacks, 12 interceptions, and five fumbles to opposing defenses.

I’m always a sucker for a revenge game, and Leonard Williams will have his revenge against his former team.

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About Travis Argo

I'm a die hard fan of teams that constantly disappointment me every season. So, I write about fantasy sports to forget my sorrows. That's hard sometimes because I'm a Pacers correspondent for I also recently graduated with honors from UNCC. Go Niners...I guess.

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