We’re in Week 10 already and heading into the fantasy football home stretch. Every game is more important then ever as you make your push toward the playoffs. To make sure your prepared for the Week 10 games check out our Week 10 WR Rankings from our resident fantasy football expert. If you have any other fantasy football lineup decisions or fantasy football trade quesitons you want answered leave them in the comments or ask us on Twitter.
1. AJ Green vs. NYG
2. Calvin Johnson vs. Min: The law of averages dictates that Calvin Johnson will find paydirt in the near future. A crazy statistic that supports this: he has been tackled inside the 2-yard line four (!) times this season.
3. Brandon Marshall vs. Hou: Houston definitely has the ability to shut down top receivers, but Marshall, who sees upwards of 11 targets per game, will get enough looks to hold down his spot in the top-5.
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4. Victor Cruz vs. Cin
5. Julio Jones vs. NO: The Saints will be huffing and puffing trying to keep up with Julio Jones, who should be good for at least one score this week.
6. Demaryius Thomas vs. Car
7. Reggie Wayne vs. Jac: He continues to be one of the most consistent players in fantasy football, hauling in at least 70 yards receiving in each game this season.
8. Eric Decker vs. Car: He has emerged as the preferred option for the Broncos in the red zone.
9. Roddy White vs. NO: Like Julio, Roddy White possesses more than enough talent to expose the Saints.
10. Vincent Jackson vs. SD
11. Marques Colston vs. Atl: Colston has been playing so far above his abilities recently that a mediocre game should be on the horizon as defenses start to key in on him.
12. Wes Welker vs. Buf
13. Miles Austin vs. Phi: Clearly the go-to guy for the Cowboys, who are undoubtedly growing frustrated with Dez Bryant’s inconsistent play.
14. Mike Wallace vs. KC: He’s got a date with Brandon Flowers, which means that he could serve as a decoy for a majority of the game.
15. Steve Smith vs. Den:
16. Hakeem Nicks vs. Cin: I get the feeling Nicks will bust out in the near future, which will catapult him back into the top-10; Cincinatti’s horrid secondary is as good of a matchup as any to make this come true.
17. Andre Johnson vs. Chi: Hard to imagine him besting either of the Bears shutdown cornerbacks.
18. Denarius Moore vs. Bal
19. Mike Williams vs. SD: Williams is thriving under decreased pressure while defenses focus on Vincent Jackson, putting up numbers similar to those of his outstanding rookie season.
20. Dez Bryant vs. Phi: A top-5 talent at this position that just can’t seem to get it going.
21. Brian Hartline vs. Ten: Tennessee’s porous secondary will do little-to-nothing to slow down Hartline, who looks to be back on track after a few disappointing weeks.
22. Stevie Johnson vs. NE
23. Jeremy Maclin vs. Dal: Best case scenario is that he draws Morris Claiborne, a daunting matchup without doubt, but one where Maclin can use his experience to get the better of the young cornerback.
24. Dwayne Bowe vs. Pit:
25. Torrey Smith vs. Oak: 9 targets and a long score last week are reassuring after Smith’s production dropped off a bit recently.
26. Lance Moore vs. Atl
27. Desean Jackson vs. Dal: The Saints will inflate anyone’s statistics, meaning a reality check should be in store for Jackson owners this week.
28. Titus Young vs. Min: A bounce back performance against a vulnerable Vikings pass defense is definitely possible after a poor showing from Young last week.
29. Brandon Lloyd vs. Buf
30. Danny Amendola vs. SF: It seems as if the Rams prolonged Amendola’s recovery to ensure that their top threat will be at full health.
31. Michael Crabtree vs. Atl: He’s going up against one of the league’s premier cornerbacks in Cortland Finnegan this week so his upside is limited.
32. Cecil Shorts vs. Ind
33. Emmanuel Sanders vs. KC: Antonio Brown being out should result in a sharp uptick in targets this week for the talented Sanders.
34. Kenny Britt vs. Mia: Clearly not at full health, which will continue to hinder his performances.
35. Anquan Boldin vs. Oak
36. Malcolm Floyd vs. TB: His value is completely dependent on whether or not he scores, which he usually does not.
37. T.Y. Hilton vs. Jac: Jacksonville’s limited defensive resources will likely be allocated in an attempt to quiet Reggie Wayne, which should allow Hilton plenty of 1-on-1 coverage.
38. Darrius Heyward-Bey vs. Bal
39. Sidney Rice vs. NYJ: Rice’s two-game touchdown streak will likely come to an end this week at the hands of Antonio Cromartie.
40. Nate Washington vs. Mia
41. Davonne Bess vs. Ten: He’s a PPR monster, but one that will be hard pressed to find the end zone much this season.
42. Jeremy Kerley vs. Sea: The Seahawks will snuff out any and all attempts to get Kerley going this week.
43. Ryan Broyles vs. Min
44. Justin Blackmon vs. Ind: 9 targets last week is at least mildly comforting, though not nearly enough so to offset his lack of production this season.
45. Kendall Wright vs. Mia