Week 10 Start Em, Sit Em Lightning Round

Bill Enright

It's not just the best but it's also the fastest fantasy football information you'll find heading into Week 10.

Fantasy Football Lightning Round

Week 10 in the NFL and fantasy football managers are fighting for a playoff birth but with six teams on a bye and injuries piling up, setting a starting lineup can be difficult. But all of us at Bull Market Fantasy have you covered with our insanely accurate player rankings (Top 10 in each of the last three seasons according to FantasyPros).

When it comes to consuming your fantasy football strategy, we know your time is limited. That's why Jim Cramer and I do our lightning round every week so you get all the information you need fast, quick, and in a hurry.

For Week 10 we dive into a bunch of players that a lot of fantasy football players are on the fence about starting or sitting.

We discussed the following players:


Dak Prescott-Cowboys, SIT

 Mitch Trubisky-Bears, SIT

 Sam Darnold-Jets, START

Running Backs: 

David Montgomery-Bears, START

Devonta Freeman-Falcons, SIT

 Latavius Murray-Saints, START

Kalen Ballage-Dolphins, SIT

Wide Receivers: 

Allen Robinson-Bears, START

 Golden Tate-Giants,  START

A.J. Green-Bengals, SIT (and CUT him)

Tight Ends:

Greg Olsen-Panthers, SIT

 Jimmy Graham-Packers, SIT

We base our decisions on a lot of different factors including recent player performances, injuries (both to the player and their teammates) and of course match-ups. Our partners at FantasySP do an excellent job of charting the defenses that give up the most yards, touches, touchdowns, catches, and of course fantasy points to opposing players and they break it down by position. It's a great tool and super simple to use. 

Do you have a start/sit dilemma for Week 10? Let us know in the comments and we'll give you some personalized advice. 

Comments (4)
No. 1-4

I'm not that confident in Darnold.


Big game coming for Golden Tate


I'm not touching Ballage.

Jaime Eisner
Jaime Eisner


Agreed for the most part. Good stuff.