Fantasy Football: 5 players who disappointed in Week 10

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Week 10 of the NFL had some surprises overall early on after a rough start in the morning between the Indianapolis Colts and the New England Patriots. Early on in the 1PM window, the Houston Texans and Cincinnati Bengals went toe-to-toe that ended with a game-winning field goal for the Texans after Bengals' wide receiver Tyler Boyd dropped a potential game-winning touchdown for the Bengals. The Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns came down to the wire, after the Browns picked off Lamar Jackson for a score which eventually led to a Dustin Hopkins game-winning field goal.

Then in arguably game of the week between the Los Angeles Chargers and the Detroit Lions where Dan Campbell took an ultimate risk to keep the Lions on the field which paid off and led to Riley Patterson hitting the game winning field goal for the Lions to win their seventh game of the season.

Despite these games being close, there were also games that were not close which both helped and hurt production of players in Week 10. This week, there were five players who had massive disappointments for fantasy football owners, which could have cost them a win as the playoffs approach.

Here are the five players in Week 10 who disappointed in fantasy.