Having four teams on a bye in Week 10 could create headaches for season-long fantasy football leagues. This gives you another reason to play NFL Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) this week.
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Prop stats information for NFL DFS Week 10 picks is current as of Friday, November 12, at 11:00 a.m. ET.
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Kalif Raymond, WR, Detroit Lions @ Pittsburgh Steelers
Over 37.5 Receiving Yards
While Kalif Raymond isn’t a big name, he is a talented receiver with blinding speed. His usage, however, has been inconsistent.
Head coach Dan Campbell has brought Raymond up multiple times regarding the need to get him the ball, and reportedly Campbell will have more influence over the offense going forward.
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On top of that, this Steelers team is good against the run, but their secondary isn’t great when the pass rush doesn’t get home quickly.
The Lions have many weaknesses, but their offensive line is a strength. Detroit could find a bit of success throwing the ball in this game, and Raymond will be one of the main beneficiaries of this success.
Dalvin Cook, RB, Minnesota Vikings @ Los Angeles Chargers
Over 114.5 Rushing + Receiving Yards
Cook is still expected to play this Sunday despite his off-field news with a lawsuit alleging physical and emotional abuse against his former partner.
As for on the field, the Vikings will likely run early and often in this game, which is what their head coach has continued to ask from his offenses over the years.
The gameplan makes sense in this game, since the Chargers allow an even five yards per carry, which is the most in the NFL.
Cook is easily one of the best running backs in the league when healthy, and he has gone for over this yardage total in three of the five games that he played at least half of the snaps in this season.
Jeremy McNichols, RB, Tennessee Titans vs. New Orleans Saints
Over 18.5 Receiving Yards
Those who played McNichols last week were undoubtedly disappointed, whether it was in daily or season-long fantasy.
This backfield is pretty easy to figure out. When the Titans are winning and in control, we may not see McNichols much.
When Tennessee needs to pass or the running game isn’t working at all, that’s when McNichols’ role will be called upon.
Facing a talented Saints team that ranks first in rushing yards allowed per attempt (3.2), his services should be needed more in this game. He had three receptions last week but look for him to be more efficient in the receiving game on Sunday.
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Russell Gage, WR, Atlanta Falcons @ Dallas Cowboys
Over 52.5 Receiving Yards
Defenses have been playing Kyle Pitts like a wide receiver, often putting their best cornerback on him. So, while Calvin Ridley is out for the Falcons, this does not necessarily mean Gage is instantly seeing the top coverage.
Gage finally seems healthy, and he has looked good in his past two starts, finishing with receiving totals of 67 and 64 yards.
Gage has at least one reception of 20+ yards in each of his starts this season. He’s now facing a tough Cowboys defense that is prone to occasional mental lapses, which means there’s a good chance one of these leads to a big play.
Dallas has also allowed 190.25 receiving yards to wide receivers alone this season.
Jonathan Taylor, RB, Indianapolis Colts vs. Jacksonville Jaguars
Over 119.5 Rushing + Receiving Yards
Jonathan Taylor has been playing terrific football this season, looking like the player we saw with the Wisconsin Badgers.
The Colts are finally using him as a do-it-all back, giving him 18.6 touches per game this season. He has really turned it on over this past six games, averaging 145.5 total yards per game, and this week, he faces a Jaguars team he should take advantage of.
Yes, Jacksonville played well last week, but this screams “let-down" performance from them. The Colts should get up early in this game and ride Taylor to a win. Even if the game turns out to be competitive, Taylor has shown success with the screen game.