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Week 10 fantasy football rankings: Seahawks soar

Jimmy likes touchdowns. Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images

Below are my 1/2 PPR fantasy rankings for Week 10. Most leagues are using points per reception these days, so take that into consideration when looking at the ranks. Six points are awarded for every receiving and rushing TD, and four points for every passing TD. If you are playing in a non-PPR league, pass-catching running backs lose a bit of value and so do possession receivers. Make sure you check the status of players that have been limited or out of practice. The rankings will be updated on Sunday morning.

If you have any start-sit questions, feel free to hit me up at @jordanpfx on Twitter, and I will do my best to get to every question. Include your scoring system with your questions. Good luck!


1 D. Prescott DAL

2 M. Stafford DET

3 R. Wilson SEA

4 J. Goff LAR

5 M. Ryan ATL

6 D. Brees NO

7 C. Newton CAR

8 T. Brady NE

9 B. Roethlisberger PIT

10 T. Taylor BUF

11 J. McCown NYJ

12 M. Mariota TEN

13 A. Dalton CIN

14 E. Manning NYG

15 R. Fitzpatrick TB

16 C. Keenum MIN

17 J. Cutler MIA

18 K. Cousins WAS

19 B. Bortles JAC

20 P. Rivers LAC



1 L. Bell PIT

2 E. Elliott DAL    *Inactive, suspended

3 T. Gurley LAR

4 L. Fournette JAC

5 M. Ingram NO

6 J. Howard CHI

7 M. Gordon LAC

8 L. McCoy BUF

9 C. Hyde SF

10 A. Kamara NO

11 D. Freeman ATL

12 C. McCaffrey CAR

13 B. Powell NYJ

14 M. Forte NYJ     *Inactive

15 J. McKinnon MIN

16 J. Mixon CIN

17 L. Miller HOU

18 D. Murray TEN

19 C. Thompson WAS

20 D. Martin TB

21 D. Henry TEN

22 J. White NE

23 A. Peterson ARI

24 K. Drake MIA

25 T. Coleman ATL

26 C. Anderson DEN

27 T. Rawls SEA

28 O. Darkwa NYG

29 A. Abdullah DET

30 I. Crowell CLE



1 A. Brown PIT

2 A. Green CIN

3 J. Jones ATL

4 M. Thomas NO

5 D. Baldwin SEA

6 D. Hopkins HOU

7 A. Thielen MIN

8 G. Tate DET

9 B. Cooks NE

10 D. Bryant DAL

11 S. Diggs MIN

12 M. Jones DET

13 D. Funchess CAR

14 T. Hilton IND

15 D. Thomas DEN

16 D. Jackson TB

17 R. Anderson NYJ

18 J. Landry MIA

19 S. Watkins LAR

20 M. Sanu ATL

21 S. Shepard NYG

22 R. Matthews TEN

23 T. Ginn NO

24 D. Parker MIA

25 R. Woods LAR

26 K. Benjamin BUF

27 D. Adams GB

28 K. Allen LAC

29 E. Sanders DEN

30 J. Smith-Schuster PIT



1 R. Gronkowski NE

2 J. Graham SEA

3 E. Engram NYG

4 K. Rudolph MIN

5 A. Seferian-Jenkins NYJ

6 H. Henry LAC

7 D. Walker TEN

8 J. Doyle IND 

9 C. Brate TB 

10 C. Clay BUF

11 V. Davis WAS

12 T. Kroft CIN

13 E. Ebron DET

14 E. Dickson CAR

15 C.Fiedorowicz HOU



1 Seahawks

2 Jaguars

3 Rams

4 Vikings

5 Patriots

6 Lions

7 Bears

8 Panthers

9 Saints

10 Steelers

11 Jets

12 Giants

13 Titans

14 Broncos

15 Packers



1 G. Zuerlein LAR

2 S. Gostkowski NE

3 C. Boswell PIT

4 M. Prater DET

5 R. Succop TEN

6 K. Forbath MIN

7 M. Bryant ATL

8 G. Gano CAR

9 S. Hauschka BUF

10 W. Lutz NO

11 M. Nugent DAL

12 J. Lambo JAC

13 K. Fairbairn HOU

14 C. Barth CHI

15 C. Catanzaro NYJ

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Houston's losing streak extended to five games

With key Astros missing, Detroit completes the series sweep

An overall bad day for the Astros on Wednesday. Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images

On Wednesday afternoon, the Astros received a big blow to their chances in the series finale against Detroit and potentially longer. Five players: Jose Altuve, Alex Bregman, Yordan Alvarez, Martin Maldonado, and Robel Garcia would all be moved to the IL due to health and safety protocols, leaving them scrambling to get a whole team together for the game against the Tigers.

The Astros would not be able to overcome both the loss of players and the onslaught of another strong start by Detroit in Wednesday's game which put them too far out front for Houston to come back from to avoid a series sweep.

Final Score: Tigers 6, Astros 4

Astros' Record: 6-6, third in the AL West

Winning Pitcher: Michael Fulmer (1-0)

Losing Pitcher: Lance McCullers Jr. (1-1)

Tigers knock out another starter early

Detroit continued their success of making Houston's starter work hard in early innings, getting after Lance McCullers Jr., and giving him an early exit. After a lengthy fist, they broke through in the second getting two hits, a walk, a hit batter, and an RBI groundout to put up three runs on 34 pitches.

He would have a quicker 1-2-3 third, but after giving up a single, a walk, and hitting another batter to load the bases and reach 87 pitches, he would be removed in favor of Joe Smith. Smith would allow all three of the inherited runners to score, adding those runs to McCullers Jr.'s final line: 3.2 IP, 4 H, 6 R, 6 ER, 3 BB, 3 K, 87 P.

Astros try to claw back into it

After Smith would go on to load the bases again in the inning, still with two outs, Houston made another pitching change to bring in Brandon Bielak to get the third out and stop the bleeding at 6-0. The Astros would get on the board in the fifth, getting a runner on base to set up a two-run homer by Jason Castro to cut the lead to 6-2.

Bielak remained in the game to try and eat up as many innings as possible. While he continued to hold the Tigers to their six runs through the six innings, the Astros clawed back into the game. In the bottom of the sixth, Houston put their first two batters on base with a walk and single before an RBI-single by Yuli Gurriel to make it 6-3. They would threaten for more but be held there for the time being.

Astros can't cash in, Tigers complete sweep

Ryne Stanek was Houston's next reliever in the top of the seventh, getting a 1-2-3 frame to keep it a three-run game, as did Brooks Raley in the eighth. In the home part of the inning, the Astros put their first two runners on base on an error and a walk, then loaded them with a one-out single by Carlos Correa. They'd waste their chance to make something happen, though, with an inning-ending double-play.

Ryan Pressly, who had no save opportunities in recent games, entered to get some work in the top of the ninth. He worked around a leadoff double for a scoreless inning, sending the 6-3 game to the bottom of the ninth. The Astros had yet another chance to make something happen, loading the bases with no outs to bring the go-ahead run to the plate. After two outs, Yuli Gurriel would bring one run in with a walk, but that's as close as they'd come, extending their losing streak to five games and getting swept by the Tigers.

Up Next: Houston will get a much-needed day off tomorrow to try and leave this poor homestand behind them. They'll pick things up in Seattle on Friday, with first pitch of the opener of three games at 9:10 PM Central. The expected pitching matchup is Jose Urquidy (0-1, 5.23 ERA) for the Astros and Yusei Kikuchi (0-0, 3.75 ERA) for the Mariners.

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