Every week is a great week when there’s football involved. Each week this column will analyze a player at each position rostered in 50 percent of Yahoo leagues or less. This group of players is basically a dream stream team. For reference, the threshold used for Wins and Losses in this article will be if the quarterbacks can score at least 17 points, if the tight ends can score at least eight PPR points, and if the rest can score at least 10 PPR points. Here is the Week 10 Stream Team.
Week 10 Stream Team: Jeff Wilson Jr., Terrace Marshall Jr., and More!
Week 9 Recap
- Justin Fields (CHI) v MIA – 45.72 points – W
- Andy Dalton (NO) v BAL – 11.90 points – L
- Marcus Mariota (ATL) v LAC – 7.56 points – L
- Totals – Week: 1-2 / Year: 13-14
- Kenyan Drake (BAL) @ NO – 24.90 points – W
- Dontrell Hilliard (TEN) @ KC – 1.80 points – L
- Deon Jackson (IND) @ NE – 5.60 points – L
- Totals – Week: 1-2 / Year: 14-13
- Garrett Wilson (NYJ) v BUF – 17.90 points – W
- Rondale Moore (ARI) v SEA – 14.90 points – W
- Romeo Doubs (GB) @ DET – 2.80 points – L
- Totals – Week: 2-1 / Year: 16-11
- Evan Engram (JAX) v LV – 1.80 points – L
- Robert Tonyan (GB) @ DET – 5.90 points – L
- Isaiah Likely (BAL) @ NO – 9.40 points – W
- Totals – Week: 1-2 / Year: 12-15
- Grand Totals – Week: 5-6 / Year: 55-52
Week 10 Stream Team
Quarterback – Daniel Jones (NYG – 40%) v HOU
Daniel Jones has become a regular in this segment and that’s sort of been a microcosm of his career so far. He has his moments where he flashes the kind of talent that makes people excited that he can become a franchise quarterback but ultimately those flashes are just that. Jones was on a bye in Week 9 and is coming off a game in Week 8 in which he only scored 9.04 fantasy points. The week before that he scored 31.78 fantasy points. Trying to predict which Jones will show up any given week has been difficult but there’s no denying that he can produce in fantasy at times. A lot of that is due to his sneaky ability with his legs. Jones has the fourth-most carries (64) and the fourth-most rushing yards (363) among all quarterbacks this season. He also has three rushing touchdowns as well. This has allowed Jones to average 16.28 fantasy points per game despite averaging less than 175 passing yards and less than one passing touchdown per game. This week he looks like one of the best Week 10 Stream Team options among widely-available quarterbacks due to his legs and a juicy matchup against the Houston Texans. The Texans haven’t necessarily allowed a lot of fantasy points to quarterbacks this year but that’s because they’ve allowed the most fantasy points to running backs this year. They can’t stop anyone on the ground and, as previously mentioned, that’s where Jones excels as a fantasy option. If you need a quarterback this week, spend 5-10% of your remaining FAAB on Jones.
Honorable Mentions – Jared Goff (DET – 49%) @ CHI, Marcus Mariota (ATL – 33%) @ CAR
Running Back – Jeff Wilson Jr. (MIA – 50%) v CLE
Just when Jeff Wilson Jr.’s fantasy value looked to be left for dead when the San Francisco 49ers traded for Christian McCaffrey, the Miami Dolphins traded away Chase Edmonds and traded for Wilson Jr. to revive that value. He went to arguably the best spot for him. Wilson Jr. gets to get play for a coach and scheme he already knows and with a running back he’s already used to backing up and splitting time with. Not only that but Raheem Mostert has a well-documented injury history unfortunately and is no spring chicken. It was a bit surprising, though, to see Wilson Jr. so heavily involved in his first week on the Dolphins. Mostert had been operating as basically a three-down workhorse so far but that wasn’t the case this week. Wilson Jr. actually saw slightly more snaps and opportunities and he out-produced Mostert as well. Wilson Jr. finished with 72 yards and a score to Mostert’s 26 yards and a score. This backfield has all the makings of a timeshare moving forward which makes Wilson Jr. a viable flex option and a great Week 10 Stream Team option. This week they get a juicy matchup against the Cleveland Browns who have been getting gashed on the ground so far this year. They have allowed the fourth-most fantasy points per game this season. It’s a pretty weak group of running backs under the 50% threshold this week so Wilson Jr. is worth up to 25% of your remaining FAAB even if you don’t need a running back this week specifically. If you’re in a situation where you need a running back then do what you have to do to get Wilson Jr. on your roster.
#Dolphins Week 9 RB Usage
– Jeff Wilson Jr: 51% snaps, 9 carries, 3 targets (72 yds, TD)
– Raheem Mostert: 45% snaps, 9 carries, 2 targets (26 yards, TD)
— Michael F. Florio (@MichaelFFlorio) November 6, 2022
Honorable Mentions – Latavius Murray (DEN – 31%) @ TEN, Rachaad White (TB – 34%) v SEA
Wide Receiver – Terrace Marshall Jr. (CAR – 6%) v ATL
It’s been a rollercoaster career path so far for Terrace Marshall Jr. He went from being a second-round pick to the buzziest name in the 2021 preseason to a complete flop of a rookie season. Now Marshall Jr. is flashing once again and showing off the skills that had so many people so excited heading into last season. He’s now scored at least 12 fantasy points in two straight games. That has also come with 15 targets over the past two games which is very encouraging for continued success. This has also coincided with a huge boost in snap share as Marshall Jr. saw a jump up to 86% snap share starting in Week 7 after playing less than half the snaps in all the games previously. This week he gets the best matchup possible against the Atlanta Falcons. The Falcons have allowed the most fantasy points to wide receivers in 2022. This is also the same Falcons secondary that he saw nine targets and produced four catches for 87 yards against just a week ago. This makes Marshall Jr. one of the better Week 10 Stream Team options at wide receiver. Expectations should be tempered a little, however, as the Carolina Panthers do have arguably the worst quarterback situation in the NFL. This is a situation that has torpedoed D.J. Moore for most of the season. That being said, Marshall Jr. is worth anywhere from 10-20% of your remaining FAAB depending upon the situation.
Terrace Marshall Jr. is an every-down WR since the departure of Robbie Anderson.
Route participation: 96%, 95%, 97%
Target share: 14%, 26%, 20%
Carolina's offense is going to hit bumps along the way, but the former second-rounder is an upside WR4 with only DJ Moore competing.
— Dwain McFarland (@dwainmcfarland) November 7, 2022
Honorable Mentions – Mecole Hardman (KC – 48%) v JAX, Wan’Dale Robinson (NYG – 25%) v HOU
Tight End – Greg Dulcich (DEN – 34%) @ TEN
Greg Dulcich has been nothing short of awesome so far in his injury-shortened rookie season. It’s rare that any tight end becomes a fantasy viable option in their rookie season let alone a third-round rookie who missed time with an injury to start the season. It’s well-documented that the tight end position is one of the hardest transitions from college to the pros. This usually means that tight ends don’t tend to break out until their third or fourth seasons. Dulcich seems to be bucking those trends. After missing the first five games with a hamstring injury, he came back in Week 6 and instantly produced. He hasn’t stopped producing since. Dulcich has three straight double-digit fantasy point games and then was on a bye this past week. He’s played at least 60% of the snaps and ran at least 20 routes in all three of those games. It’s a small sample size but only five tight ends are averaging more than Dulcich’s 12.07 fantasy points per game right now. Only three are averaging more than his 60.7 receiving yards per game. Had Dulcich not been on a bye in Week 9 it’s very likely he would be far more universally rostered. This week he gets a great matchup against a bad Tennessee Titans defense. They get beat through the air more than on the ground. Not only is Dulcich a great Week 10 Stream Team option but also a tight end to pick up and ride the rest of the season. It’s very possible he could be a top-ten option (or better) at the position for the remainder of the year. Unless you have one of the few elite tight ends, feel free to spend 25% or more of your remaining FAAB to shore up the weakest position in fantasy football. This is likely your last call on Dulcich.
Honorable Mentions – Cole Kmet (CHI – 23%) v DET, Cade Otton (TB – 11%) v SEA