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Week 10 fantasy football rankings: Seahawks soar

Week 10 fantasy football rankings: Seahawks soar
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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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The Astros rotation looks like a strength moving forward. Composite Getty Image.

The Houston Astros are coming off a much-needed series win over the White Sox, but have a quick turnaround as they host the Orioles on Friday night at Minute Maid Park.

The 'Stros dropped the first game of the series with Framber Valdez on the mound, but were able to rebound with Hunter Brown and Spencer Arrighetti starting the final two games.

Brown was brilliant once again, and Arrighetti bounced back after a disastrous start against the Tigers over the weekend. Despite all the injures to the Astros staff this season, their young pitchers are stepping up when they need them the most.

Brown has six consecutive quality starts and is beginning to show signs that he can be the top of the rotation pitcher the club always hoped he could develop into.

Arrighetti has stepped in and shown that he belongs in the big leagues, and has provided innings Houston desperately requires with so many pitchers on the injured list.

Speaking of which, with Justin Verlander on the IL, Double A prospect Jake Bloss will make the start for Houston on Friday night. Bloss has quickly progressed through the farm system, having been drafted just a year ago.

We'll see how he performs in his MLB debut, but the club seems to have a lot of quality pitching options moving forward, especially with Luis Garcia and Lance McCullers scheduled to return in late July and early August respectively.

And as we look at the Astros rotation moving forward, perhaps they will go back to a six-man rotation during certain stretches in the second half of the season.

Which could prove to be vital to the team's success. As good as Ronel Blanco has been, he's never pitched as many innings as he'll be asked to pitch this year. Same goes for Arrighetti. And let's face it, sending Verlander out to pitch on four days rest consistently at 41 years old doesn't sound like a wise decision. He's already been on the IL twice this year.

While some see Garcia and McCullers as wild cards to help the team this season, Astros GM Dana Brown doesn't see it that way. He told the Astros flagship station this week that he's counting on those guys to make big contributions when they return. And he's counting on their postseason experience should they get there.

Keep in mind, Garcia has a 3.61 career ERA and has been durable outside the Tommy John surgery. And McCullers has always been good, it's just the health that causes concern.

Garcia is also an example of how a player can skip Double A and Triple A and have success right away in the big leagues. Hopefully, Bloss can follow in his footsteps, since he's bypassing Triple A to make his first start.

So what's the short and long-term outlook for the Astros rotation? And should we expect Verlander to return in 2025?

Be sure to watch the video above as we address those questions and much more!

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