Fantasy Football: 5 bold predictions for Week 10

  • Kyler Murray's return to the field
  • Gus Edwards does the most in a defensive struggle
  • Cowboys terrorize Devito and the Giants
Oct 29, 2023; Glendale, Arizona, USA;  Baltimore Ravens running back Gus Edwards (35) runs for a
Oct 29, 2023; Glendale, Arizona, USA; Baltimore Ravens running back Gus Edwards (35) runs for a / Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports
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Week 10 of the fantasy football season is upon us and with so many top-tier players on a bye week, you are going to have to get creative with your lineups this week.

Researching each player and each matchup for your players is a key to success in fantasy and you need to plug in the right guys at the right time. That is often the difference between a win and a loss.

Perhaps some of these bold predictions will help you with your lineup decisions this week. Some of these may seem a bit out there, but if they weren't, they wouldn't be bold, would they?

Take a look at some of these predictions and if you agree or want to take a chance on them being correct, it could help you to a fantasy win in what is sure to be an important week for your team.

Joshua Dobbs, Minnesota Vikings
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Fantasy Football Week 10 bold prediction: Josh Dobbs does it again

Perhaps the story of the NFL last week was how Josh Dobbs, just traded to the Minnesota Vikings, was forced to enter the game when Jaren Hall went down with an injury. Probably knowing just pieces of the playbook, Dobbs guided the Vikings to a huge win.

He got the win, but he didn't put up big numbers, passing for 158 yards. This week, he will put up big numbers.

With time to prepare as the team's starter, Dobbs will take advantage of the friendly confines of playing at home and throw for over 300 yards against the New Orleans Saints. He will add some yardage on the ground and combine for three touchdowns on the day.

Dobbs is a feel-good story for the league and this week, if he is in your lineup, he will make your fantasy team feel good too.

Another storyline to follow is that wide receiver Justin Jefferson is listed as questionable for this game. Not doubtful and not out, but questionable. He probably still won't play but he's certainly close to returning.