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NFL Week 10 Schedule 2016


Date Time Game
Thursday, November 10 8:25 PM ET Cleveland Browns @ Baltimore Ravens
Sunday, November 13 1:00 PM ET Kansas City Chiefs @ Carolina Panthers
Sunday, November 13 1:00 PM ET Houston Texans @ Jacksonville Jaguars
Sunday, November 13 1:00 PM ET Denver Broncos @ New Orleans Saints
Sunday, November 13 1:00 PM ET Los Angeles Rams @ New York Jets
Sunday, November 13 1:00 PM ET Green Bay Packers @ Tennessee Titans
Sunday, November 13 1:00 PM ET Atlanta Falcons @ Philadelphia Eagles
Sunday, November 13 1:00 PM ET Chicago Bears @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Sunday, November 13 1:00 PM ET Minnesota Vikings @ Washington Redskins
Sunday, November 13 4:05 PM ET Miami Dolphins @ San Diego Chargers
Sunday, November 13 4:25 PM ET San Francisco 49ers @ Arizona Cardinals
Sunday, November 13 4:25 PM ET Dallas Cowboys @ Pittsburgh Steelers
Sunday, November 13 8:30 PM ET Seattle Seahawks @ New England Patriots
Monday, November 14 8:30 PM ET Cincinnati Bengals @ New York Giants

Week 10 Fantasy Analysis

Sunday night will certainly be an exciting one, as the Patriots take on the Seahawks. While the DFS potential of this game isn't all that high, there could be some interesting contrarian options like Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski. The Packers head south to take on the Titans, in what should be a high scoring matchup. While DeMarco Murray hasn't been running all that well of late, he's certainly been able to keep his touch volume, and has such a strong role in the passing game that he's consistently found ways to continue his high-end RB1 status. The Packers offense is flailing in real life, but that hasn't stopped Aaron Rodgers from throwing 10 touchdowns in his last three games. Rodgers has not only kept his passing touchdown pace up, but he's adding rushing production as well, subtly. Rodgers already has 199 rushing yards and two touchdowns on the season, and based on the way things are going, he should see more of that production in the coming weeks. The Vikings and Redskins are two teams that have a lot of volatility in their play. The Vikings started off the season as the best defense in the NFL, but of late, have merely been mediocre. They head to Washington to face Kirk Cousins and the extremely inconsistent Redskins. This game should be extremely volatile and good for tournaments.