Week 10 Fantasy QB Rankings

Somehow, we’re already into the double-digit weeks, and the fantasy football playoffs will be here before you know it. Whether you’re trying to remain atop your league standings, battling to stay in the playoff race, or simply playing spoiler, deciding who to start at fantasy’s highest-scoring position is always important. Use our Week 10 fantasy QB rankings to help you with those tough start ’em, sit ’em calls.

Tom Brady (@ Washington) is back from bye, so those who had to stream a QB last week can breathe easy. Jared Goff (@ Steelers) and maybe Geno Smith (vs. Packers) are back, but Taylor Heinicke (vs. Buccaneers is the only worthwhile streaming option among players back from a week off. Joe Burrow, Justin Fields, Daniel Jones, and Tyrod Taylor are heading into the bye, so it’s generally an easy week on that front. If Russell Wilson (finger) returns to spell Smith, then this week will get even better. 

Jalen Hurts (@ Broncos) and Justin Herbert (vs. Vikings) figure to be the only bona fide studs with tough matchups. Hurts is essentially a must-start, but you could realistically find an option better than Herbert, who’s been a bit inconsistent lately.

Most owners will survive with only one fantasy stud on a bye (Burrow), but if you’re someone who opts to stream each week, your best options are Carson Wentz (vs. Jaguars), Heinicke (@ Tampa Bay), Matt Ryan (@ Dallas), and Mac Jones (vs. Browns).

Wentz’s ownership is climbing, though, so he could be unattainable. Ryan’s ownership is sitting at 55 percent, so he’s in the same boat. Heinicke and Jones are the most realistic options in all leagues, and although the matchup isn’t fantastic, Tua Tagovailoa (vs. Ravens) can be considered, too, if he’s back from his finger injury. He attempted 42 passes/game in his first three weeks back from his rib injury, so he could have a nice day due to volume. For what it’s worth, Ben Roethlisberger (vs. Lions) has a nice matchup at home, but we understand if you think his ceiling is too low.

We’ve sometimes called on Trevor Lawrence (@ Colts) and Sam Darnold (@ Cardinals) when our back has been against the wall at QB, but can we really trust either of those guys on the road against talent-rich defenses? In the preseason, we probably would’ve laughed at the thought of starting Mac Jones over Lawrence, but here we are.

All in all, it’s just a weird week for the middle part of the rankings. Put simply, the studs have fantastic matchups and the streamers don’t. If you don’t have one of the studs, you can survive, but this figures to be one of the toughest weeks to do so.

Make sure to monitor the latest on Wilson (finger) and Aaron Rodgers (reserve/COVID). Wilson isn’t expected to return just yet, but he could. Rodgers’ status will likely be in doubt all the way up to the end of the week, but he’s obviously a must-start against Seattle if he plays. Also, be ready to jump on Taysom Hill (@ Titans) if he’s named New Orleans’ starter. He’d have much more upside than Trevor Siemian thanks to his solid rushing floor. 

Note: We’ll be updating these QB rankings throughout the week, so check back for the latest player movement and analysis.

Fantasy QB Rankings Week 10: Who to start at quarterback

Rankings are based on standard, four-point passing TD formats.

Ravens @ Dolphins

Buccaneers @ Washington

Rams @ 49ers

Bills @ Jets

Cowboys vs. Falcons

Cardinals vs. Panthers

Packers vs. Seahawks

Chiefs @ Raiders

Raiders vs. Chiefs

Eagles @ Broncos

Titans vs. Saints

Chargers vs. Vikings

Colts vs. Jaguars

Falcons @ Cowboys

Washington vs. Buccaneers

Vikings @ Chargers

Patriots vs. Browns

Steelers vs. Lions

Broncos vs. Eagles

Dolphins vs. Ravens

Jaguars @ Colts

Browns @ Patriots

Lions @ Steelers

49ers vs. Rams

Saints @ Titans

Panthers @ Cardinals

Seahawks @ Packers

Jets vs. Bills

Saints @ Titans

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