NFL Week 10 Wide Receiver Sleeper Report

Kendall Wright is a great start in any PPR format

Kendall Wright is a great start in any PPR format

Kendall Wright of the Tennessee Titans has the luxury of playing the Jacksonville Jaguars this week, whose incompetence needs no introduction. As their most targeted receiver, Wright is due for a breakout game. He has not scored since Week 2, and the Titans should put up big numbers this Week 10. His lack of touchdowns has kept him relatively unknown in fantasy leagues, so he could be acquired off the waiver wire or for a cheap trade.

Keenan Allen of the San Diego Chargers is a known fantasy machine, but this week in particular is a must-start for the 21 year old. Matched up against the Denver Broncos who average 42.9 points per game, this is not a game the Chargers will win by the ground attack.

Scoring 16-plus fantasy points in 3 of his last 4 games, Allen has quickly become Philip Rivers’ favorite target. Couple that with Denver allowing the 2nd most fantasy points to wide receivers on the road, and Allen is a lock.

Antonio Brown may be part of a rickety Pittsburgh Steelers team, but he still churns out valuable fantasy points. He’s recently replaced Heath Miller as Ben Roethlisberger’s emergency outlet, seeing many more targets. He’s recorded at least 9 catches in 4 of his last 6 games, and doubles in returning kicks which adds valuable yardage to his totals.

This week, he’ll be defended by an injured and inexperienced Buffalo Bills secondary, who have given up the 3rd most fantasy points to wide receivers on the road this season.

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