FanDuel NFL picks, Week 10: Best FanDuel DFS fantasy football lineup

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FanDuel DFS NFL Week 10 picks and lineup advice: Wide Receiver

I feel like the fantasy community as a whole is pretty down on a lot of big-name receivers. For that reason, if you can find value in a star player you think is due for a bounce-back game you can likely get him at a cheaper salary and lower roster percentage than normal.

A player that I personally have my eye on is CeeDee Lamb ($7700) against the Atlanta Falcons. Lamb has been relatively inconsistent this year and I think people are pretty scared to play him, especially after what happened last week.

Additionally, people may view him in the same tier as Amari Cooper ($7300) and automatically lock Cooper into their lineup due to his lower cost, making Lamb the better value.

If Chris Godwin ($7800) and Antonio Brown ($7500) are both to miss, Mike Evans ($7400) probably becomes the number one play on the slate against a poor Washington secondary. I also would not mind throwing Tyler Johnson ($5100) out there as the Bucs’ secondary option, as he did see six targets in their last game with Brown absent.

Keenan Allen ($7200) makes a couple of my lineups every week, as he continues to be disrespected by FanDuel due to his lack of touchdowns. I actually like both him and Mike Williams ($6900) against a below-average Vikings pass defense as I think one of them will produce a big game for fantasy players.

If Russell Wilson is playing, I am throwing Tyler Lockett ($7100) right back into my fantasy lineups against Green Bay as one of my favorite tournament plays of the week as we know the damage he can do when Wilson hones in on him and he will come in extremely under rostered due to his stretch of bad games from Weeks three to eight.

Finally, if you are looking for a punt play I am going back to the well with Jamal Agnew ($5300). He is leading the Jaguars in targets over the past four weeks and now gets a soft matchup against an Indianapolis defense that let Josh Johnson look like a star NFL quarterback. With the Colts likely to put up points of their own, the Jaguars are going to be needing to pass more often than not, and according to recent weeks, Agnew should be the prime beneficiary.