3 sneaky-good fantasy football QB starts for rough bye week in Week 10

Some of the best QBs in the NFL will be on bye in Week 10.

Atlanta Falcons quarterback Taylor Heinicke (4) looks for a receiver against the Tennessee Titans
Atlanta Falcons quarterback Taylor Heinicke (4) looks for a receiver against the Tennessee Titans / Andrew Nelles / The Tennessean / USA
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Kyler Murray, Arizona Cardinals
Oct 29, 2023; Glendale, Arizona, USA; Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray (1) looks on prior / Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports

Kyler Murray, Arizona Cardinals (vs. Atlanta)

Why not? It has been determined that Kyler Murray will draw the start this week, making his 2023 season debut and his first appearance since an ACL tear shut him down last season.

It's definitely questionable as to what to expect out of Murray, but if he is on your roster and you are missing Mahomes, Hurts or Tua this week, lock him into your lineup. If Josh Dobbs can come off the bench and have his way with this Falcons defense, why can't Murray?

He suffered a serious injury and it's going to be tough to plug him right into your lineup. But at the same time, when healthy, he is still among the most talented passers in the league. There have been questions as to how much he loves playing the game as well as how long he will be in Arizona, but this is a perfect chance for him to come out and prove some of those doubters wrong... or right.

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If my options were limited this week, I'd gladly roll the dice on Murray and take a chance of his terrific upside.