College Football Power Rankings: Week 11
Fantasy Football Players Of Week 10
Total Pro Sports- Hello fantasy fans, can you believe its week 10 already and the Titans are still undefeated. They are looking like the team to beat in AFC especially after the Colts beat the Steelers.
Finally, there was good game on Sunday night as the Giants and Eagles had a prime time slug fest. The Giants definitely look like the cream of the NFC crop and look like they intend on defending their title.
What a week for fantasy football as more than a few players put up some monster stat lines. Thomas Jones and Maurice Jones-Drew both found the end zone 3 times and Adrian Peterson tore up the Packers to lead the Vikings to a big divisional win. Lets see which players made our list this week.
Here is the complete list of the best Fantasy Football Players Of Week 10.
Best Offensive Player – Jay Cutler, QB, Denver Broncos.
Cutler decided to rain on the Brady Quinn parade by orchestrating a comeback late in the game to propel the Broncos to a big win over the Browns. Cutler completed 24 passes for 447 yards and three touchdowns, if i didn’t know any better I would swear I was looking at the stat line of a CFL quarter back. The Broncos are now in solid position to take the AFC West.
Honorable mention: Thomas Jones, RB, New York Jets.
Best Offensive Rookie – Matt Ryan, QB, Atlanta Falcons,
The rookie wall does not exist in Matt Ryan’s universe as he continues to get better with every start. This past Sunday he completed 16 passes for 248 and 2 touchdowns. He looks to be a strong contender for Rookie of the Year, but don’t rule out Flacco or Forte just yet. I wonder if Vick gets to watch any Falcons games from Jail? At least when he gets out he will have a job with the Raiders.
Honorable mention: Eddie Royal, WR, Denver Broncos.
Best Defensive Player – Julius Peppers, DE, Carolina Panthers.
After a sluggish start to the season Peppers had a big day against the Raiders. He accounted for 7 tackles, 3 sacks and two forced fumbles. So what if these stats came against Andrew “The Statue” Walter, they still count. The Panthers offense looked horrible in this one as the Raiders defense kept the game closer than most people expected.
Honorable mention: Dwight Freeney, DE, Indianapolis Colts.
Best Defensive Rookie – Chevis Jackson, CB, Atlanta Falcons.
The rookie from LSU had himself a huge day as he helped to get the Falcons a big win. Chevis had only 1 tackle and 1 pick, but he took it 95 yards the opposite way for a touchdown. Jackson was taken by the Falcons in the 3rd round of this years draft and looks to have all the tools to succeed in the NFL. Second year conerback Chris Houston, also had a big game with two picks for the much improved Falcons defense.
Honorable mention: Glenn Dorsey, DT, Kansas City Chiefs.
Remember to check back next week for the best Fantasy Football Players of week 11.