Fantasy WR PPR Rankings Week 10: Who to start, sit at wide receiver in fantasy football

Our Week 10 fantasy WR PPR rankings and standard WR rankings look more similar than usual, as there are just a handful of receivers who are significantly better in PPR leagues. A few of those guys have favorable matchups this week, as we’ll dive into below. We’re once again looking for sleepers on the start ’em, sit ’em bubble, as making those key WR3 or flex lineup decisions can go a long way toward winning or losing a week.

Those of you who have enjoyed the fantasy points provided by the Buccaneers WR trio will be happy to get Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, and (hopefully) Antonio Brown (ankle) back, but we do lose Tee Higgins, Ja’Marr Chase, Brandin Cooks, and Kadarius Toney, among others, to byes. In the grand scheme of things, it’s not the worst bye week for pass-catchers. Plenty of studs are still available this week.

WEEK 10 STANDARD RANKINGS:
Quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | Kicker

Tyreek Hill (@ Raiders), Justin Jefferson (@ Chargers), and DeAndre Hopkins (vs. Panthers) headline superstar receivers with tough matchups, but as always, they remain must-starts as long as they’re active. That applies to Hopkins even if Kyler Murray (ankle) is out again.

WEEK 10 PPR RANKINGS:
Quarterback | Running back | Tight end | D/ST | Kicker

Especially in PPR leagues, Jarvis Landry (@ Patriots), Cole Beasley (@ Jets), Jakobi Meyers (vs. Browns), Russell Gage (@ Cowboys), and Hunter Renfrow (vs. Chiefs) look like strong WR3 or flex options. Renfrow has jumped up to around 65-percent owned in Yahoo leagues, but it’s time to grab him if you can and play him right away against an overall terrible Kansas City defense. Gage showed his PPR upside last week when filling in for Calvin Ridley (personal), and Myers greatly struggled. However, Cleveland allowed eight receivers to catch six or more passes this year, so Meyers should have a higher floor this time around. 

Beasley struggled in lopsided games earlier this season, but he seems to be hitting his stride and is always a candidate to have double-digit receptions. Allen Lazard (vs. Seahawks) is better suited for standard leagues, but he can also be considered. We’ll have to monitor whether Aaron Rodgers (reserve/COVID) plays.

You could also try Zach Pascal or T.Y. Hilton (vs. Jaguars), Laviska Shenault or Jamal Agnew (@ Colts), Michael Gallup (vs. Falcons), and Randall Cobb and Marquez Valdes-Scantling (vs. Seahawks), depending on who’s healthy and who has a starting QB throwing them the ball. Shenault and Agnew have a little more upside in PPR leagues, but their ceilings are lower than most of the other players.

Corey Davis, Elijah Moore, and Jamison Crowder (vs. Bills) have been productive in spots this year, but Buffalo is the No. 1 defense against fantasy WRs. We also have no idea how targets will divvied up if Davis (hip) plays or who will start at QB for New York, so it’s tough to trust any of these options. All of the Broncos (vs. Eagles) and Eagles (@ Broncos) are also in tough spots, but we’d still play Courtland Sutton, Jerry Jeudy, and DeVonta Smith over some of the bottom-of-the-barrel options.

Streaming is often talked about at quarterback and tight end, but you just always find productive, one-week solution at WR, too. Consider the options above, and good luck as we head toward the fantasy playoffs.

Note: We’ll be updating these WR rankings as needed throughout the week, so check back for the latest changes and analysis.

​Fantasy WR PPR Rankings Week 10: Who to start at wide receiver

Rankings based on full-point PPR scoring

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