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Week 10 Rankings

by Patrick Daugherty
Updated On: November 10, 2019, 11:52 am ET

Week 10 Receivers 

RK

Player

TM

Opp

1

Michael Thomas

NO

ATL

2

Tyreek Hill

KC

@TEN

3

Mike Evans

TB

ARI

4

Julio Jones

ATL

@NO

5

Cooper Kupp

LA

@PIT

6

Chris Godwin

TB

ARI

7

Tyler Lockett

SEA

@SF

8

Davante Adams

GB

CAR

9

Amari Cooper

DAL

MIN

10

Stefon Diggs

MIN

@DAL

11

Keenan Allen

LAC

@OAK

12

John Brown

BUF

@CLE

13

Odell Beckham

CLE

BUF

14

Allen Robinson

CHI

DET

15

Emmanuel Sanders

SF

SEA

16

Kenny Golladay

DET

@CHI

17

JuJu Smith-Schuster

PIT

LA

18

Calvin Ridley

ATL

@NO

19

Golden Tate

NYG

@NYJ

20

Mike Williams

LAC

@OAK

21

Christian Kirk

ARI

@TB

22

D.J. Moore

CAR

@GB

23

Tyrell Williams

OAK

LAC

24

Michael Gallup

DAL

MIN

25

Jarvis Landry

CLE

BUF

26

Zach Pascal

IND

MIA

27

A.J. Brown

TEN

KC

28

D.K. Metcalf

SEA

@SF

29

Jamison Crowder

NYJ

NYG

30

Marvin Jones

DET

@CHI

31

Robert Woods

LA

@PIT

32

Sammy Watkins

KC

@TEN

33

Curtis Samuel

CAR

@GB

34

Marquise Brown

BAL

@CIN

35

DeVante Parker

MIA

@IND

36

Tyler Boyd

CIN

BAL

37

Robby Anderson

NYJ

NYG

38

Larry Fitzgerald

ARI

@TB

39

Darius Slayton

NYG

@NYJ

40

Auden Tate

CIN

BAL

41

Josh Reynolds

LA

@PIT

42

Allen Lazard

GB

CAR

43

Diontae Johnson

PIT

LA

44

Deebo Samuel

SF

SEA

45

Demaryius Thomas

NYJ

NYG

46

Hunter Renfrow

OAK

LAC

47

Ted Ginn

NO

ATL

48

Cole Beasley

BUF

@CLE

49

Chester Rogers

IND

MIA

50

Adam Humphries

TEN

KC

51

Russell Gage

ATL

@NO

52

Mecole Hardman

KC

@TEN

53

Taylor Gabriel

CHI

DET

54

Josh Gordon

SEA

@SF

55

Marquez Valdes-Scantling

GB

CAR

56

Dante Pettis

SF

SEA

57

Danny Amendola

DET

@CHI

58

Anthony Miller

CHI

DET

59

Demarcus Robinson

KC

@TEN

60

James Washington

PIT

LA

61

Alex Erickson

CIN

BAL

62

Albert Wilson

MIA

@IND

63

Geronimo Allison

GB

CAR

64

Randall Cobb

DAL

MIN

65

Deon Cain

IND

MIA

66

Andy Isabella

ARI

@TB

67

Tre'Quan Smith

NO

ATL

68

Bisi Johnson

MIN

@DAL

69

Jake Kumerow

GB

CAR

 

WR Notes: Michael Thomas’ 73 catches are the second most ever through the first eight games of the season. The hilarious Falcons are surrendering the fourth most WR fantasy points. … Tyreek Hill went 12/216/1 during Patrick Mahomes’ two-game absence. A fading Titans pass defense that just lost Malcolm Butler (wrist) for the season will offer no resistance. … Patrick Peterson has allowed 204 yards in three games since his return, ninth worst amongst corners in that timespan. Mike Evans, meanwhile, has 65 more yards than any other wideout since Week 7. Giddy up. … Julio Jones piled up 353 yards in three games before the Falcons’ Week 9 bye. That includes 152 with Matt Schaub. With a 51.5 over/under in a dome, Julio will find a way against Marshon Lattimore and Eli Apple. … Cooper Kupp’s 220 Week 8 receiving yards were the second most by any player this season. With Brandin Cooks (concussion) out, Kupp might reach his ceiling on checkdowns alone from Jared Goff against the Steelers’ top-five pass defense, let alone his floor. … With Mike Evans going bonkers, Chris Godwin has “just” 104 yards over the past two weeks. Still the WR2 in standard and WR4 in PPR, Godwin maintains week-winning upside vs. the Cardinals’ pathetic defense.  

10/255/3 after a pair of excellent matchups the past two weeks, Kenny Golladay gets a stiffer test in the Bears. Matthew Stafford’s white-hot play and the complete collapse of the Lions’ running game keeps Golladay in the WR1 mix. … After Keenan Allen-ing for a few weeks, Tyler Lockett finally erupted for 19/252/2 over the past two weeks. His reward? The addition of Josh Gordon to the Seahawks’ receiver corps. While Gordon seems unlikely to make a major Week 10 impact, it would be just like Lockett and the Seahawks for the difficulty level to get upped upon his WR1 arrival. … Obviously he missed four games, but it’s absurd that Davante Adams has yet to find the end zone. Adams drew a team-leading 11 targets in his Week 10 return. Even in a tough matchup with the Panthers, Adams deserves the WR1 benefit of the doubt. … Playing through minor injuries all year, Amari Cooper now has a knee ailment. Although no one individual Vikings corner is having an amazing season, the team as a whole boasts the No. 8 pass defense DVOA. Cooper gets a slight Week 10 downgrade. 

The Stefon Diggs balloon finally popped in Week 9, but with Adam Thielen (hamstring) out vs. the Cowboys, we go right back to the WR1 well. You could, of course, make the argument that Thielen’s absence actually hurts Diggs, as it allows the opposing defense to go all in on him. The Cowboys have been very stingy through the air. … It’s hard to explain Keenan Allen’s funk. It’s easy to ignore it for a matchup with a Raiders Defense allowing the most weekly passing yards and second most WR fantasy points. … It’s been bizarro John Brown this season, as he’s established one of fantasy football’s highest floors while lacking ceiling. He’s finished below 69 yards just twice in eight games, clearing 50 every time out. … Contrary to popular belief, Odell Beckham has not bottomed all the way out, going at least 5/50 three straight weeks. “Tre'Davious White” looks scary on paper, but the Bills shadow man surprisingly checks in as Pro Football Focus’ No. 50 corner. Baker Mayfield, meanwhile, is talking about funneling looks his frustrated wideout’s way. … Last week’s disaster snapped a string of five straight 50-yard efforts for Allen Robinson. The Lions are an inviting foe. … Emmanuel Sanders already seemed to have an Edelman-ian mindmeld with Jimmy Garoppolo in Week 9. Just four teams are permitting more weekly passing yards than the Seahawks. 

With two eruptions in three games for the increasingly pass-focused Lions, Marvin Jones gets a mid-range WR2 rank even in a less-than-stellar matchup. … For all intents and purposes, this is the Falcons’ first post-Mohamed Sanu game since Matt Ryan missed Week 8. The eventual effect should be more stable WR2 output from Calvin Ridley. … As Ian Hartitz points out, Golden Tate is seventh in targets (42) since his Week 5 return. With Evan Engram (foot) joining Sterling Shepard (concussion) on the shelf, Tate will continue to soak up looks against the Jets’ fast-fading defense. … Mike Williams’ first career 100-yard game came on only four targets. You “chase” this week because the matchup (Oakland) couldn’t be better. … Christian Kirk was a monumental Week 9 dud. You have no choice but to trot him back out vs. a Bucs D silver plattering the most receiver fantasy points. … With four straight five-catch performances, D.J. Moore has re-established his floor. Averaging “just” 75 scoreless yards in the process, there still hasn’t been much of a ceiling. … Neither Robert Woods’ ceiling nor floor have been consistent. With “road Goff” dealing with the Steelers’ troublesome defense, only potential touchdown regression (he has zero) makes Woods an attractive WR3.                 

With Parris Campbell (broken hand) joining T.Y. Hilton (calf) on the shelf, Zach Pascal’s recent points feel a lot more chaseable in a plum spot with the Dolphins. … It’s been nearly two months since Marquise Brown did something with his fantasy life, but the Bengals’ JV secondary will provide every opportunity for Brown to hit a big play. … The main effect of A.J. Green’s return in  game where Ryan Finley will be making his first career start is to make it impossible to know where to rank Tyler Boyd and Auden Tate. RIP Alex Erickson. … With great power (Preston Williams on injured reserve) comes great responsibility (Ryan Fitzpatrick throwing two dozen jump balls to DeVante Parker.) Work with me. … Allen Lazard is the closest thing the Packers have to a No. 2 receiver right now. I’m not pretending this is some amazing accomplishment, but Lazard is 30th in yards amongst receivers (193) since Week 6. … Instead of betting on a spiked Josh Reynolds week vs. an above-average pass defense, I am … not going to do that. … At least for now, I am going to assume Josh Gordon’s main function in Seattle will be canceling Jaron Brown and David Moore. … With six teams on bye, I don’t mind chasing Andy Isabella’s 88-yard touchdown if you are desperate in a deeper league. The matchup couldn’t be better, and Isabella showed something the Cardinals have lacked all season.

Patrick Daugherty

Patrick Daugherty is a senior football writer for Rotoworld. He can be found on Twitter @RotoPat.