Fantasy Football: 5 players who disappointed in Week 10

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1.) Zack Moss vs. New England Patriots

If it wasn’t solidified before, it definitely is now. Jonathan Taylor is the clear-cut number one back in Indianapolis. Before Taylor returned to action a few weeks ago, Zack Moss was in the conversation as one of the best backs in the league. Since Taylor returned to the Colts after getting his contract extension, Moss has decreased in production and this week was for sure his worst. In this game where only one touchdown was scored (in which Jonathan Taylor scored it), it came down to the defensive effort on both sides. The Colts ended up making more plays at the end when it mattered the most.

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Moss finished the game with just one carry for two yards. The last two weeks, Moss has had only 8 carries for 28 yards and failed to get any targets in the passing game. He is now officially the true backup in Indianapolis and could very well serve as just insurance should something happen to Taylor. It is safe to put him on the bench after the Colts’ bye week next week.