Week 10 is definitely the toughest so far in terms of injuries and bye weeks thinning out the field of useful fantasy players. Fortunately, we had a bunch of noteworthy Week 9 performances, and with a little bit of luck, perhaps we can use some of those players to fill the holes in our fantasy lineups.

Target Analysis

  • The biggest question coming out of Week 9 of the NFL was if the 49ers’ newfound passing attack on Thursday night was an aberration against a weak opponent or a sign of things to come now that they have a legit number one wide receiver. Emmanuel Sanders caught seven of nine targets Thursday for 112 yards and a touchdown. My guess is San Francisco will have a more balanced attack going forward, much like the Vikings have shown, but even if that isn’t the case, Sanders is a strong WR2 at home against Seattle and Arizona the next two weeks.
  • I don’t want to overreact to one week, but I don’t know that I can consider Allen Robinson an every-week fantasy...