Fantasy Football: 10 things I believe from Week 10

Houston Texans v Cincinnati Bengals
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I believe the Lions and Steelers backfield is going to frustrate plenty of fantasy football managers

However, for anyone who has running backs in the Detroit Lions or Pittsburgh Steelers backfield, it is going to be very frustrating for the remainder of the season. Both offenses have two running backs that are capable of putting up RB1 numbers but it might change on a week to week basis for the remainder of the season.

For the Steelers, Najee Harris is still the starting running back but he is not the best running back, which that title belongs to Jaylen Warren. He finished the game with 15 carries for 101 rushing yards, one rushing touchdown with two receptions for nine yards. Meanwhile, Harris had 16 carries for 82 yards and one touchdown with three receptions for 14 yards.

In Detroit, the Lions got David Montgomery back this week and the concern was how it might impact Jahmyr Gibbs, who has been excellent the past few weeks. Both running backs were great as Montgomery had 116 rushing yards and one touchdown while Gibbs had 77 rushing yards, 35 receiving yards and two touchdowns.

All four running backs were productive this week but that is not always going to be the case and there will be weeks the teams go with the most productive. This could result in some running backs not scoring much for fantasy football managers.