Start/BenchWeek 10  
 
Start
Tommy Rees, QB-Notre Dame vs Navy
Rees has thrown ten touchdowns passes in the Irish’s past three games and may finish Week 10 better than the 26th ranking we gave him earlier in the week.
 
Kareem Hunt, RB-Toledo vs Eastern Michigan
We are still awaiting word on the status and availability of David Fluellen, but regardless, Hunt may be worth a start against an Eastern Michigan defense that has allowed 32 rushing touchdowns, second-most in the FBS.
 
Kelvin Taylor, RB-Florida vs Georgia
Taylor will start at running back when the Gators take on the Bulldogs in The World’s Biggest Cocktail Party.  Georgia’s defense has done little to convince us that they can shut opposing offenses down, so expect Taylor to churn solid numbers.
 
Kapri Bibbs, RB-Colorado State vs Boise State
This is not the Boise State defense of years past, so expect Bibbs to produce at home against a Broncos defense that is allowing over 160 yards per game on the ground.

 

Desmond Roland, RB-Oklahoma State at Texas Tech
Will Roland be a one-week wonder?  Maybe.  However, after last week’s performance, the junior running back will get every opportunity to provide the Cowboys offense with a much needed rushing threat. 

 

Jordon James, RB-UCLA vs Colorado
You may have to monitor his situation up until game day, but word is that James is playing this week, and if so, will face a Colorado defense allowing over 200 yards per game on the ground.

    

Bench
Aaron Murray, QB-Georgia vs Florida
The Gators defense is only allowing 273.1 yards per game and 16.3 points per game.
 
Fitz Toussaint, RB-Michigan at Michigan State
The Spartans are only giving up 55.0 rushing yards per game and 2.1 yards per carry.

 

Rajion Neal, RB-Tennessee at Missouri
The Tigers may no longer be undefeated, but they still have their sights set on making the SEC Championship Game.  Last week, they bottled up South Carolina’s Mike Davis on the ground.

 

Damon Bullock and Mark Weisman, RBs-Iowa vs Wisconsin
The Badgers are only allowing 87.6 rushing yards per game, third-best in the FBS.
 
Andre Williams, RB-Boston College vs Virginia Tech
Fantasy owners may not have many alternatives should they decide to bench Williams this week, but the Hokies are allowing less than 100 yards per game on the ground in 2013.

 

Marqise Lee, WR-USC at Oregon State
Reportedly, Lee will be ready to play when the Trojans play the Beavers Friday night.  Lee’s status leaves many fantasy owners facing the inevitable risk-reward dilemma in Week 10.
 

 

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