Fantasy Football: 10 things I believe from Week 10

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I believe no one can be trusted on the New England Patriots

While there were some incredible finishes in Week 10, the week unfortunately started with the Indianapolis Colts and New England Patriots in an international game from Germany. It was not a great game, but one thing is clear from that game: no one can be trusted in this Patriots offense moving forward.

The biggest reason is due to the lack of production from the quarterback position as Mac Jones would throw for only 170 yards with no touchdowns and one interception. The uncertainty is only going to grow as Bill Belichick elected to bench Mac Jones right before the final drive and put in Bailey Zappe.

However, it wasn't any better for Zappe as he went 3 for 7 for 25 yards and the game ended on an ill-advised throw into triple coverage for an interception.

The only player that should be considered is Rhamondre Stevenson, who had 100 yards from scrimmage. However, as long as he is splitting the workload close to equal with Ezekiel Elliott, it is tough to start him with any confidence.