Fantasy Football: One QB, RB, WR, and TE primed for huge Week 10 performances

Here is one QB, RB, WR, and TE who are primed for huge Week 10 performances.

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In a tricky Week 10 slate that has the Eagles, Chiefs, Dolphins, and Rams, four teams who bolster significantly important fantasy football players, be sure to slot these players in your lineup if you have them.

While Travis Kelce is enjoying his bye week in Argentina with Taylor Swift, some of us have to worry about replacing him in our fantasy football lineups. Even with players such as Kelce, Patrick Mahomes, Jalen Hurts, AJ Brown, Cooper Kupp, and Tyreek Hill on bye, the show must go on.

Here is one QB, RB, WR, and TE who are primed for huge Week 10 fantasy football performances.

QB: Will Levis, Tennessee Titans

After seeing what Texans rookie quarterback CJ Stroud did against the Buccaneers defense in Week 9, Titans rookie quarterback Will Levis will now face that same defensive unit in Week 10 after head coach Mike Vrabel named him the team’s starting quarterback moving forward.

Stroud just had arguably the best individual quarterback performance of the season against the Bucs, throwing for 470 yards and five touchdowns. While not usually to that degree, getting torched by opposing teams through the air has been a recurring theme for the Bucs in recent weeks. Per United Press International’s Alex Butler, the Buccaneers have surrendered at least 320 passing yards and multiple touchdowns to quarterbacks in three of their past four games.

On the season, the Bucs rank 31st in opponent passing yards per game allowed (279.4) and 27th in opponent passing touchdowns allowed per game (1.6). After throwing four touchdowns in his first career start, Levis didn’t throw for a touchdown in Week 9 against the Steelers, but Vrabel trusted the rookie on a short week to drop back 42 times and attempt 39 passes and he looked comfortable handling the workload.

Without having to look over his shoulder now with Ryan Tannehill being named the backup and Malik Willis seemingly out of the picture, Levis has a top-10 quarterback finish within his range of outcomes in Week 10 and that may be generous given the matchup.