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Start: Week 10

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First, here’s last week’s results (3-6 last week, 41-42 for the season):

Quarterbacks:

Jay Cutler –N/A (Injury)

Jason Campbell –L-142 yds, 1 INT, 31 rush yds

Running Backs:

Marshawn Lynch –W-153 yds, 1 TD, 7 rec yds- He finally got that 100-yard game.

Earnest Graham –W-124 yds, 1 TD, 13 rec yds

Wide Receivers:

Ronald Curry –L-12 yds

Antwaan Randle El –L-14 yds

Bobby Engram –W-139 yds, 1 TD

Tight Ends:

Tony Scheffler –L-46 yds, 1 FumL

Defense:

Kansas City –L-27 pts, 1 sack, 2 INTs

Kickers:

Matt Stover –L-1 pt

On to Week 10:

Quarterbacks:

J.P. Losman – He put up good numbers against the Bengals, and he’ll team up with Lee Evans again for big fantasy production against the Dolphins.

Kurt Warner – If Warner can keep those Detroit DBs from picking him off, he’ll find plenty of yards in week 10.

Running Backs:

Jesse Chatman – The Bills are surprising some people by being 4-4, but let’s not forget that their four wins are against teams with a combined record of 8-26. Even when they win, the Bills give up plenty of rushing yards.

Justin Fargas – I don’t think Fargas is particularly great overall, but Chicago has been a soft run defense lately.

Priest Holmes – I never thought his name would be popping up among fantasy starters again, but he’s back and facing a Denver defense that has consistently been run all over.

Wide Receivers:

Steve Smith (Panthers) – It’s a sad day for the Panthers when Smith isn’t just an obvious start every week. The good news for Smith is that Vinny Testaverde may start. The better news is that David Carr definitely won’t.

Bobby Engram – It’s possible Deion Branch will be back for the next game, but Engram is a solid play either way. He’s been targeted a ton lately and faces the hapless 49ers .

David Patten – Patten has been a big beneficiary of Brees’s resurgence.

Tight Ends:

Todd Heap – Heap expects to finally return to the lineup, and he’s coming back at a great time–the Ravens are relying on short passes and they face the Bengals.

Defense:

Washington – The Redskins only gave up 12 points to the Eagles the last time around.

Kickers:

Robbie Gould – Oakland has given up a bunch of FGs this season, and Gould has had at least one attempt in every single game.

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