Kyler’s Fantasy Focus Week 9 recap and Week 10 Outlook

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Kyler’s Fantasy Focus Week 9 recap and Week 10 Outlook

Kyler Choquette, Staff Writer

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Week 9 Recap 


. Tarik Cohen- Had an abysmal week with only 1.3 points as his contemporary Jordan Howard got the bulk of the carries for the first time in weeks. 

. Adrian Peterson- Another bust, Peterson could only muster 3.3 points as three of his offensive linemen went down with injury, be wearing of him for the rest of the season. 

. Brandin Cooks- The Rams/Saints matchup lived up the hype as it had a lot of points and it went down to the wire. Cooks benefited and had his best game this season with 17.4 points. 


. James Conner- Conner proved me wrong and was reliable in both the run and the pass game as the Steelers handled the Ravens with ease and Conner gained 22.3 points 

. Tyreek Hill- The Chiefs may have put up points against the Browns but Hill did not. He only earned a paltry 8.5 points. 

. Kerryon Johnson- Johnson had his worst game since he took over the Detroit backfield with only 4.4 points on 15 touches. 

3/6 correct 

Week 10 Outlook 


. Tevin Coleman- Coleman has proved a starter-quality running back in the absence of Devonta Freeman and he has had strong weeks against good defenses. Expect Coleman to put up points against the Browns who let Kareem Hunt run all over them. 

. Devante Adams- Adams has been under the radar consistent this season. It seems like you can always count on him to get you 15 points, Aaron Rodgers favorite target should exceed 15 points against a young Miami defense. 

. Matt Breida- After a strong start to the season Breida got injured and hasn’t been the same since but, he should receive more carries after an injury to another 49er back. His matchup against the Giants who just traded their best run defender is very favorable to Breida. 

. Tyler Boyd- A.J. Green should receive most of the attention from the Saints secondary leaving him with one-on-one matchups to subpar corners that will allow him to get yards. 


. Sony Michel- Seemingly the best fantasy back out of New England in years is now back from injury. I don’t trust Bill Belichick to get him involved and instead rely on veteran James White and receiver turned back Cordarrelle Patterson who you should keep on an eye on now that he is running the ball well. 

. Mike Evans- A quarterback controversy is never good for a wideout and neither is a matchup against a great defense following a week with only one catch. Evans should not perform well. 

. Rob Gronkowski- Possibly the greatest tight end of all time is in the midst of a “down” year and is “only” the tenth ranked tight end. Don’t expect him to do too well against the Titans D with an excellent safety and linebacking group.

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