If it seems like you can’t trust half the backfields in the NFL in Week 10, well you’re not wrong . Jamey Eisenberg helps you sort through it all with his start and sit calls for this week.
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What does running back look like for Week 10? Well, let’s start with the bye weeks: NoPhillip LindsayorRoyce Freeman; noSony MichelorJames White; noAdrian Peterson; noLeonard Fournette; noJordan Howardor (Miles Sanders) ; noDuke JohnsonorCarlos Hyde. So, right there, we’re missing 10 potential starters right off the top. And then we’ve got injuries with theJets,Steelers, andCardinals, plus uncertainty with theBills, (Browns) , (Chiefs) ,Buccaneers, and (Dolphins) because of roles. So, at least 14 backfields are either off limits or carry significant questions heading into Week 10. Got it?
It’s going to be tough to figure out how to handle the position this week, but we can help. We’ve got Jamey Eisenberg’s Start and Sit calls right here to help you make the right calls, plus Heath Cummings’running back previewhas projections, matchups that matter, numbers to know, and more as you prepare to set your lineup. It’s going to be a tough week at running back, but we’re here to make sure you’re setting a winning lineup for Week 10.
START ‘EM & SIT’ EM
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Jamey Eisenberg has been a Senior Fantasy Writer for CBS Sports since 2006 with a focus on Fantasy Football. A University of Florida grad (class of ’98), Jamey got his start in the newspaper business and … Full Bio
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