Fantasy Football Week 10: Start 'em and Sit 'em Advice

paul fergusonCorrespondent INovember 12, 2010

PHILADELPHIA - NOVEMBER 07:  Michael Vick #7 of the Philadelphia Eagles throws a pass against the Indianapolis Colts on November 7, 2010 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Eagles defeated the Colts 26-24.  (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
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Week 9 of the NFL is in the books and week 10 of the NFL kicked off last night with the Ravens and the Falcons. For many of you the fantasy season is over and you are just playing for pride. For others, the real fantasy season is just beginning and a win in week 10 is a must.

Some could clinch the playoffs with a win this week and others must win to keep themselves in the playoff hunt. Either way, week 10 is important. Who you start in week 10 can affect your whole season. 

This fantasy season has been interesting, with the resurgence of some players, as well as injuries to some top players, it is hard to predict what will happen.

Here are players you should start,and players you should sit this week.

Without any further ado, here we go.

Start 'Em

Michael Vick (QB-Philadelphia Eagles)- If you have not figured this out by now, you need to before it is too late. Michael Vick is going to play well and score a high amount of fantasy points every week that he plays. Vick has been one of the top fantasy scorers in the weeks that he has been healthy.

He has two young, fast receivers in DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin. Both of them are also good plays at WR this week.

Vick is dangerous because he can score points with his arm, but also his feet. He has developed into a good pocket passer, but is still very mobile.

Vick is a must start this week.

Vince Young, Randy Moss, Nate Washington (QB,WR Tennessee Titans)- Moss has scored a touchdown in his first game for a new team for each team he has been on. Moss is always a must start, regardless of the team and this week is no exception. He will make Vince Young better, and more importantly, will draw the defense away from Nate Washington, allowing him to have a big game.

If you have Chris Johnson, he is also a must start and is any week the Titans are playing. Johnson will also benefit from the addition of Randy Moss.

Any of these four Titans are a must start this week, if you have them on your team.

Dez Bryant (WR Dallas Cowboys)- He is the only bright spot for the Cowboys. The Cowboys have been awful, but the past few weeks, Bryant has been outstanding. He is a must start this week.

Any Giants Offensive Starter- This includes Eli Manning, Hakeem Nicks, Steve Smith, Ahmad Bradshaw and even Mario Manningham. 

The Giants kill the Cowboys, and their defense is awful, especially their secondary. 

Benefit from starting the Giants offensive players.

Jamaal Charles (RB Kansas City Chiefs)- The Chiefs have the league's best running game and Charles is the man to own.

Sit 'Em

Any Cowboy not named Dez Bryant- The Cowboys are terrible and very inconsistent on offense. Do not get burned by starting them.

Ladanian Tomlinson (RB-New York Jets)- The Jets running game is still good, but Tomlinson is starting to decline in production. 

The Jets will use Tomlinson less to prepare him for the playoffs, making Shonne Greene the better play for the remainder of the season.

Thanks for reading this article, If you have any fantasy questions, I am making this an open advice thread. Just comment with your question.

I guarantee I will respond to your question, just list these four things. 

1. List League Format (e.g. Standard or PPR)
2. List League Scoring Settings if they are different from the default options
3. List player matchups (i.e. Opposing team they're facing)

Ask Away.

Paul Ferguson is an intern at Bleacher Report. Send him an e-mailvisit DFW Sports Fans and follow him on twitter at: @paulwall5


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