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Wide Receiver Rankings for Week 10 Fantasy Football

Marvin Jones Jr is a lock to catch a touchdown vs the Colts this week. Full wide receiver rankings for Week 10 fantasy football.

Week 10 fantasy football is here and so it’s time to take a look at wide receiver rankings for the weekend.

The Bears, Bengals, Texans, and Giants are all on bye this week, which means no Ja’Marr Chase and Co., no Branidn Cooks, and no Kadarius Toney (though thanks to the play calling of Jason Garrett, we may never see fantasy WR1 Kadarius Toney again). Big week for Buccaneers and Ravens’ wide receivers as they face two of the bottom 3 defenses in WR PPG allowed. Rashod Bateman stans LOVE to hear it. Meanwhile it’ll be tough sledding for the Chiefs, Vikings, and Jets as they face the top 3 defenses.

Here are my .5PPR wide receiver rankings for 2021 Week 10. I’ve also got for you my top streaming option this week along with my favorite DFS play (salary via FanDuel).

Make sure to check back here throughout the week as I will be making sure to update them as quickly as possible with any new information. As always, if you have specific rankings or starts & sits questions, hit me up on Twitter @petemrogers.

Stream of the Week: Deonte Harris vs Tennessee Titans (11% rostered)

The Titans’ defense has consistently been the worst at limiting wide receiver production. Over the last four weeks, they’ve allowed the most targets, receptions, and of course fantasy points per game to wide receivers. Harris has quickly emerged as Trevor Siemian’s favorite target over his last two games. Harris has seen 15 targets during that span, leading the team. In a plus matchup, seeing a high workload, Harris could return solid flex numbers for you if you need a spot start.

DFS Play of the Week: Marvin Jones Jr vs Indianapolis Colts ($5,900)

I went back and forth between picking Jones or Chris Godwin as my DFS play of the week. Godwin obviously has been a top-3 fantasy receiver with Antonio Brown out and is facing a bad Washington secondary. Even as the WR4 in FanDuel ($7,800), he’s got a good chance of returning value. But no one might offer better value than Jones. On the season, no team has allowed more receiving touchdowns to wideouts than the Colts. Only two receivers in the NFL are seeing a higher percent of their team’s red zone targets than Jones this season (D.K. Metcalf & Keenan Allen). Marvin Jones scoring a touchdown this week feels like an automatic lock.

Week 10 Wide Receiver Rankings
RankNameTeamOpp
1Cooper KuppLAR@ SF
2Davante AdamsGBvs SEA
3Mike EvansTB@ WAS
4A.J. BrownTENvs NO
5Chris GodwinTB@ WAS
6D.K. MetcalfSEA@ GB
7Marquise BrownBAL@ MIA
8Deebo SamuelSFvs LAR
9Tyreek HillKC@ LV
10Michael Pittman Jr.INDvs JAC
11Keenan AllenLACvs MIN
12Justin JeffersonMIN@ LAC
13CeeDee LambDALvs ATL
14Diontae JohnsonPITvs DET
15Mike WilliamsLACvs MIN
16Stefon DiggsBUF@ NYJ
17Tyler LockettSEA@ GB
18Terry McLaurinWASvs TB
19Amari CooperDALvs ATL
20Marvin Jones Jr.JAC@ IND
21Adam ThielenMIN@ LAC
22D.J. MooreCAR@ ARI
23DeAndre HopkinsARIvs CAR
24Jaylen WaddleMIAvs BAL
25Jerry JeudyDENvs PHI
26Hunter RenfrowLVvs KC
27Brandon AiyukSFvs LAR
28Emmanuel SandersBUF@ NYJ
29DeVonta SmithPHI@ DEN
30Jarvis LandryCLE@ NE
31Christian KirkARIvs CAR
32Cole BeasleyBUF@ NYJ
33Van JeffersonLAR@ SF
34Courtland SuttonDENvs PHI
35Donovan Peoples-JonesCLE@ NE
36Rashod BatemanBAL@ MIA
37Russell GageATL@ DAL
38Tim PatrickDENvs PHI
39Corey DavisNYJvs BUF
40Jakobi MeyersNEvs CLE
41Elijah MooreNYJvs BUF
42Deonte HarrisNO@ TEN
43Kendrick BourneNEvs CLE
44Mecole HardmanKC@ LV
45A.J. GreenARIvs CAR
46Zach PascalINDvs JAC
47Laviska Shenault Jr.JAC@ IND
48Nelson AgholorNEvs CLE
49Jamison CrowderNYJvs BUF
50Michael GallupDALvs ATL
51Rondale MooreARIvs CAR
52Jamal AgnewJAC@ IND
53K.J. OsbornMIN@ LAC
54Kalif RaymondDET@ PIT
55Bryan EdwardsLVvs KC
56Marquez CallawayNO@ TEN
57Robby AndersonCAR@ ARI
58Amon-Ra St. BrownDET@ PIT
59Allen LazardGBvs SEA
60Quez WatkinsPHI@ DEN