The clock is ticking as we’re getting closer to the fantasy playoffs, and trade deadlines are approaching.
Running back has been especially difficult to navigate this season, and it reflects on fantasy managers’ burning questions about their teams.
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Week 10 Fantasy Football Burning Questions
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Is It Time To Let Go of Tony Pollard?
Here’s the thing with Tony Pollard: He’s getting the ball. He’s just not doing anything with it. He’s second in red zone carries, 12th in overall carries and fifth in running back touches. However, he has just two touchdowns, is 38th in true yards per carry and 47th in fantasy points per opportunity.
His snap shares aren’t dropping, so he could give you excellent volume-based performances in some weeks. Yet, at this time, I don’t think he’s even worth putting in your lineup.
Should Joshua Dobbs Be in My Lineup?
If you’re replacing Kirk Cousins or another injured quarterback, then absolutely. Even if you’ve been streaming QBs all season, he’s someone I would look to add.
From Week 2-9, Joshua Dobbs is the QB5, better than C.J. Stroud, Tua Tagovailoa and Joe Burrow. As he accumulates himself to the Vikings’ offense, he’ll only get better. He will also get Justin Jefferson back. With Cam Akers done for the year and Alexander Mattison struggling on the ground, Minnesota will continue to push the ball through the air.
What Am I Doing With Dameon Pierce?
After an exceptional rookie season, many thought that Dameon Pierce would dominate in his sophomore campaign, but a big hole pierced through that idea.
Amongst running backs, he’s 23rd in fantasy points per touch, 58th in production premium and 65th in true yards per carry. He missed last week with an ankle injury, but previously, Devin Singletary had been eating away at his snap share as Pierce isn’t producing.
We’re seeing C.J. Stroud elevate this offense, and they’ve been starting to move away from the run. Pierce is someone it’s time to part with.
With How Arthur Smith Is Playing Bijan Robinson, Is It Time To Let Him Go?
The fantasy football community has been ripping into Arthur Smith recently. As someone who drafted many shares of Bijan Robinson, I’ve played along.
It’s wild that you draft someone in the first round, and he’s 22nd in carries. He also has just eight more carries than Alvin Kamara, who’s played three fewer games. Truthfully, I don’t know what Smith is thinking. You don’t, and I’m guessing he doesn’t.
I’m holding onto Robinson because their game against Arizona could be a big factor. If they lose to the 1-8 Cardinals, Smith could get the axe going into the bye week.
If Kyler Murray Plays, Am I Starting Him?
Starting someone in their first game back after a long rehab in the middle of a season is always risky. No training camp reps and very little practice may mean he is out of sync. Obviously, Kyler Murray will be involved in every play. Yet, how much will they allow him to do?
Still, if you need a quarterback because of an injury or bye, you can take a chance on him against the Falcons, who allow the ninth-most points to quarterbacks this season.