Fantasy Football On Target: What Week 10 revealed

by Tim Heaney on November 13, 2013 @ 11:02:34 PDT

 

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Bull's eye

The New Orleans Saints trampled the Dallas Cowboys. Not surprising, but the distribution of attention reflects potential trends to come. It all stems from Jimmy Graham, of course. Though you can't bench Graham in 99 percent of leagues, his plantar fasciitis will pester him the rest of the way; he played only 33 of the club's 83 offensive snaps.

New Orleans Saints RB Darren Sproles
Sproles back in business

Graham's careful handling should mean Darren Sproles sustains something close to the 12-utilization workload from Week 10. Marques Colston's knee looked healthy in his eight-target effort, meaning Kenny Stills (four) and Lance Moore (two) owners hope Sean Payton and company continue to hold back Graham.

Mark Ingram will be a hot pickup, but most of his stellar work came as the Saints were pulling away against a heavily depleted front seven. He's beaten out Khiry Robinson for the third RB spot, which could mean a more entrenched goal-line presence. However, Thomas and Sproles are no strangers to that gig, and Ingram's weekly potential there will depend on how much they need to use their top two late in games.

Andre Brown carried the load....

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