We're in the home stretch of the fantasy football season, and with the heavy dose of change the NFL seems to bring us every week, most fantasy teams have been shaken up significantly since draft season. Injuries, duds and bye weeks have all been wreaking havoc, leaving holes in plenty of starting lineups.
Whatever the case, here are three sneaky players to start in fantasy football in Week 10, all of whom are owned in fewer than 25 percent of Yahoo! Fantasy Football leagues.
Who Should I Start Fantasy Football 2019
1. Auden Tate, WR, Cincinnati Bengals (18% Owned)
With A.J. Green ruled out, Auden Tate will continue to serve as the No. 2 WR for the Cincinnati Bengals this week. That means less now than it did before the bye week, as Ryan Finley will take over at QB, but significant volume can still keep Tate relevant. Over the last four games he has accounted for 22 percent of the Bengals' targets, and even with the overall drop of volume that will likely come with Dalton on the bench, that leaves Tate with a solid floor, particularly in PPR leagues.
2. Gus Edwards, RB, Baltimore Ravens (7% Owned)
Gus Edwards is a low-floor play on the other side of that game, but his upside also puts him firmly in play. The Ravens are 9.5-point favorites on FanDuel Sportsbook. A lopsided contest should increase the snaps available for Edwards as the team will likely take it easy on No. 1 RB Mark Ingram, and with the Ravens likely to score a bunch, Edwards' TD upside increases as well. The RB position is thin with six teams on bye this week, and Edwards is one of the few stopgap starters worth taking a shot on.
3. Ted Ginn Jr., WR, New Orleans Saints (9% Owned)
A top sleeper on the waiver wire for Week 10, Ginn not only offers value as a starter this week (WR32 in our Week 10 PPR fantasy football rankings), but the potential to give you a few solid fantasy scores down the stretch. The Saints take on the Falcons in Weeks 10 and 13, as well as the Buccaneers in Week 11. That means three of Ginn's next four games will come against teams that rank in the bottom seven of Football Outsiders' pass defense DVOA rankings, while both of those opponents are also allowing top-three fantasy numbers to opposing wideouts. Ginn was second among Saints WRs (behind Michael Thomas) in both of Drew Brees' starts this year, and he averaged 6.7 targets per game when healthy with Brees at the helm in 2018.
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