Fantasy Advice

Walsh's Week 10 Fantasy Streaming Options

By November 4, 2014No Comments

I’d like to start this by apologizing for the lack of a Week 9 streaming article. Sometimes, sadly, real life gets in the way of fantasy life. That being said, we’re back at it and better than ever for week 10. This week, there are a lot of quarterback options, a few decent defensive options, and some solid, if unspectacular, tight end plays. Let's get right into it!


Matt Ryan, Atlanta Falcons (AT TB)

I’m always reluctant to play Matt Ryan on the road, but if there’s any week to do it, it’s this one. Remember what Ryan did to the Bucs earlier this year? Well, the Bucs haven’t exactly gotten better since then. I’d rather start Flacco or Palmer, but Ryan should produce this week.

Joe Flacco, Baltimore Ravens (VS TEN)

Flacco’s been a high-end QB2 this year, and he’s got a solid matchup against the struggling Titans. If you can grab him in your league, I’d suggest you do so.

Carson Palmer, Arizona Cardinals (VS STL)

I don’t understand why Palmer would be sitting on your waiver wire, but, apparently, he’s still out there in 70% of leagues. This is a guy who hasn’t scored less than 16 points in a game he’s been active for this year. He’s a bonafide QB1 with a good matchup. Pick him up and love every minute of it before the rest of your league wises up.

Mark Sanchez, Philadelphia Eagles (VS CAR)

Sanchez was productive in his first action of the year against Houston, and he’s now the starter on one of the fastest-paced offenses in the league. Carolina’s vulnerable secondary is just the icing on the cake. Sanchez should be an streaming consideration every week for the rest of the season.


Larry Donnell, New York Giants (AT SEA)

The Seahawks have given up points to tight ends this year, and Donnell appears to be a cog in the Giants offense once again, racking up 7 targets each of their past two games. He should continue to be featured this week.

Mychal Rivera, Oakland Raiders (VS DEN)

Despite my lack of an article this past week, Rivera was a guy I liked and a guy that I actually played in one league. He only had 38 receiving yards, but the second-year man caught 8 passes, two of which were for touchdowns. Against Denver, he faces another defense that’s been friendly to the tight end, and he’s in a situation where he’s likely to get garbage time production. We, as tight end streamers, like both of those things.

Owen Daniels, Baltimore Ravens (VS TEN)

Daniels continues to get consistent targets, and Tennessee’s pass defense is bad. He’s a high-floor play with touchdown-based upside.


Dallas Cowboys (AT JAC)

Blah blah blah defense playing Jacksonville blah.

Atlanta Falcons (AT TB)

I wouldn’t normally recommend Atlanta’s defense, but there aren’t many attractive streaming defenses this week, and they’re playing Tampa Bay. Look elsewhere if you can, but they’re a better option this week than some of the popular defenses such as San Francisco or Miami.

Pittsburgh Steelers (AT NYJ)

The Jets are handing out turnovers like candy, and Pittsburgh looks to be the beneficiary this week. I’d also expect the Jets to be playing from behind, which generally means more risks and more turnovers. Even on the road, this looks to be a great matchup.

Think Sanchez is a joke? Don’t buy any pass catchers on the Raiders? Think this is the week that Jacksonville’s offense breaks out? Let me know! I’d love to talk fantasy football.

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Nick Walsh