The Baltimore Ravens, Denver Broncos, Houston Texans and Minnesota Vikings have byes this week, so you should bench players from those teams. There are still plenty of great options available at wide receiver, despite the watered-down pack in Week 10.
You can also check out my top add/drops from the waiver wire for Week 10 if you are needy at the position.
Here are my Top 50 options at the position this week.
TOP 50 WEEK 10 RANKINGS BELOW
Thomas is my No. 1 wide receiver for Week 10. The New Orleans Saints star just had 211 yards and a touchdown on 12 receptions in Week 9 against the Los Angeles Rams. This week he gets the Cincinnati Bengals, a unit tied for allowing the fourth-most fantasy points per game to opposing wide receivers. Thomas is an elite WR1.
Jones is another obvious WR1 and he lands at No. 2 on my wide receiver list for Week 10. The Atlanta Falcons star scored his first touchdown of the season in Week 9 and faces the Cleveland Browns in Week 10. The Browns are allowing the ninth-most fantasy points per game to opposing wide receivers. Jones has three consecutive games with at least 100 receiving yards and has gone over that mark in four of his last five games. He should have a huge game in this spot against the Browns' depleted secondary.
Allen is my No. 3 wide receiver this week. The Los Angeles Chargers pass catcher had a season-high 124 yards in Week 9 and faces the Oakland Raiders in Week 10. The Raiders are tied for allowing the 10th-most fantasy points per game to opposing wide receivers. Allen is a high-end WR1 this week.
Boyd is in for a much bigger role in the absence of Bengals superstar A.J. Green. This week the Bengals emerging pass-catcher has a matchup against the Saints, a unit allowing the most fantasy points per game to opposing wide receivers. Boyd is typically a WR2, but he makes my WR1 cut this week. The Bengals playmaker had a season-high 138 yards and a score in Week 8 and is on pace for nearly 100 receptions this season. Look for another big day against the Saints.
Washington Redskins pass catcher Josh Doctson is usually a shaky option at best, but I like him this week against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, a unit allowing the second-most fantasy points per game to opposing wide receivers. Doctson caught his first touchdown of the season in Week 9 and should be a threat to snatch another score against this beatable secondary. He comes in as my No. 44 option for the Week, landing in the WR3 range if you want to take a shot at a score.
|1||Michael Thomas||New Orleans Saints||at CIN|
|2||Julio Jones||Atlanta Falcons||at CLE|
|3||Keenan Allen||Los Angeles Chargers||at OAK|
|4||Antonio Brown||Pittsburgh Steelers||vs. CAR|
|5||Odell Beckham Jr.||New York Giants||at SF|
|6||Davante Adams||Green Bay Packers||vs. MIA|
|7||Tyreek Hill||Kansas City Chiefs||vs. AZ|
|8||JuJu Smith-Schuster||Pittsburgh Steelers||vs. CAR|
|9||Tyler Boyd||Cincinnati Bengals||vs. NO|
|10||Josh Gordon||New England Patriots||at TEN|
|11||Alshon Jeffery||Philadelphia Eagles||vs. DAL|
|12||Mike Evans||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||vs. WAS|
|13||Jarvis Landry||Cleveland Browns||vs. ATL|
|14||Robert Woods||Los Angeles Rams||vs. SEA|
|15||Kenny Golladay||Detroit Lions||at CHI|
|16||Calvin Ridley||Atlanta Falcons||at CLE|
|17||Brandin Cooks||Los Angeles Rams||vs. SEA|
|18||Sammy Watkins||Kansas City Chiefs||vs. AZ|
|19||Cooper Kupp||Los Angeles Rams||vs. SEA|
|20||Marvin Jones||Detroit Lions||at CHI|
|21||Julian Edelman||New England Patriots||at TEN|
|22||Devin Funchess||Carolina Panthers||at PIT|
|23||T.Y. Hilton||Indianapolis Colts||vs. JAX|
|24||Doug Baldwin||Seattle Seahawks||at LAR|
|25||Golden Tate||Philadelphia Eagles||vs. DAL|
|26||Chris Godwin||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||vs. WAS|
|27||Marquez Valdes-Scantling||Green Bay Packers||vs. MIA|
|28||Corey Davis||Tennessee Titans||vs. NE|
|29||Larry Fitzgerald||Arizona Cardinals||at KC|
|30||DeSean Jackson||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||vs. WAS|
|31||Amari Cooper||Dallas Cowboys||at PHI|
|32||D.J. Moore||Carolina Panthers||at PIT|
|33||Tyler Lockett||Seattle Seahawks||at LAR|
|34||Tyrell Williams||Los Angeles Chargers||at OAK|
|35||Christian Kirk||Arizona Cardinals||at KC|
|36||Sterling Shepard||New York Giants||at SF|
|37||Mike Williams||Los Angeles Chargers||at OAK|
|38||Dede Westbrook||Jacksonville Jaguars||at IND|
|39||Taylor Gabriel||Chicago Bears||vs. DET|
|40||Mohamed Sanu||Atlanta Falcons||at CLE|
|41||Tre'Quan Smith||New Orleans Saints||at CIN|
|42||Marquise Goodwin||San Francisco 49ers||vs. NYG|
|43||Randall Cobb||Green Bay Packers||vs. MIA|
|44||Josh Doctson||Washington Redskins||at TB|
|45||Danny Amendola||Miami Dolphins||at GB|
|46||Donte Moncrief||Jacksonville Jaguars||at IND|
|47||Anthony Miller||Chicago Bears||vs. DET|
|48||Jordy Nelson||Oakland Raiders||vs. LAC|
|49||Quincy Enunwa||New York Jets||vs. BUF|
|50||Devante Parker||Miami Dolphins||at GB|
Miami Dolphins veteran Danny Amendola is my No. 45 option this week, also equating to a fringe WR3. Amendola has at least five receptions in four consecutive games and he should see high usage once again against the Green Bay Packers, a unit allowing the third-most fantasy points per game to opposing wide receivers. Amendola is most useful in PPR leagues.