Looking for some last-minute fantasy help for Week 10? Here are 20 “matchup contrasts” to consider. A matchup contrast is one player/team performing well in a particular area, and they are matched up this week against an opponent who has a weakness in that same area (or vice versa).

David Johnson has scored 19.7 fantasy points per game this season (NFL Rank: best among RBs). He will face a San Francisco defense that has allowed 21.0 points to its opponent’s top scoring RB each game this season — worst in the league (League Avg: 13.0).

Julio Jones has gained 20 or more yards on 35.3% of 51 receptions this season — best among qualified WRs. Philadelphia has allowed 20+ yards on 27.5% of receptions this season (NFL Rank: worst of 32; League Avg: 16.9%).

Jay Cutler has thrown for 20 or more yards on 11.1% of 560 attempts since 2015 — second highest percentage among qualified QBs. Tampa Bay has allowed 20+ yards on 13.0% of attempts this season (NFL Rank: highest in NFL; League Avg: 8.9%).

Jay Ajayi has converted first downs on 30.6% of carries this season — best among RBs. San Diego has allowed opposing RBs to convert on 25.5% of rushing plays this season (NFL Rank: fourth worst of 32).

Mike Evans has averaged 6.9 receptions per game this season — third best among WRs. Chicago has allowed 16.8 receptions per game to WRs (worst in NFL).

Dennis Pitta has been targeted 60 times this season (NFL Rank: 2nd among TEs). He will face a Cleveland defense that has allowed 10.3 points to its opponent’s top scoring TE each game this season — worst in the league (League Avg: 6.2).

Aaron Rodgers has thrown for 17 touchdowns in the Red Zone this season (NFL Rank: 1st among QBs). Green Bay will face Tennessee, which has allowed 12 passing touchdowns in the Red Zone this season (NFL Rank: 27th of 32).

The Carolina Panthers have rushed the ball on 45.8% of plays from scrimmage since 2015 (NFL Rank: second most). Carolina will face Kansas City, which has allowed 5.0 YPC this season (NFL Rank: 31st of 32).

Darren Sproles has been targeted 120 times since 2015 (NFL Rank: 4th among RBs). Philadelphia will face Atlanta, who have allowed 512 receiving yards to RBs this season (NFL Rank: second worst).

Carson Palmer has averaged 8.3 yards per pass attempt in home games since 2015 (NFL Rank: 8th). He will face San Francisco in week 10. The 49ers have allowed 8.4 YPA in road games this season, ranking 27th.

Tyrell Williams has been targeted 13 times in the Red Zone this season (NFL Rank: 5th among WRs). San Diego will face Miami, who have allowed 7 receiving touchdowns to WRs in the Red Zone this season (NFL Rank: 26th of 32).

Antonio Brown has 191 receptions in 24 games (8.0 per game) since 2015 — best among WRs. Dallas has allowed 15.0 receptions per game to WRs (fourth most in NFL).

Travis Kelce has scored 7.5 fantasy points per game since 2015 (NFL Rank: ninth best among TEs). He will face a Carolina defense that has allowed 9.4 points to its opponent’s top scoring TE each game this season — third worst in the league (League Avg: 6.2).

Isaiah Crowell has rushed for 201 yards on 33 carries (6.1 YPC) on rushes to the left side of the field ranking 3rd this season. Cleveland will face Baltimore, which has allowed 5.7 YPC on rushing plays to the left (NFL Rank: 27th of 32).

Larry Fitzgerald has 11 receiving touchdowns in the Red Zone since 2015 (NFL Rank: 4th among WRs). Arizona will face San Francisco, who has allowed 11 receiving touchdowns in the Red Zone this season (NFL Rank: 31st of 32).

Devonta Freeman has rushed for 10 or more yards on 12.9% of 396 carries since 2015 — seventh best among qualified RBs. Philadelphia has allowed 10+ yards on 15.1% of carries this season (NFL Rank: second worst among teams; League Avg: 10.3%).

Jarvis Landry has 1,762 receiving yards since 2015 (NFL Rank: 13th among WRs). Miami will face San Diego, which has allowed 1,606 receiving yards to WR this season (NFL Rank: fifth worst).

Terrelle Pryor has scored 10.4 fantasy points per game this season (NFL Rank: 16th best among WRs). He will face a Baltimore defense that has allowed 17.9 points to its opponent’s top scoring WR each game this season — worst in the league (League Avg: 12.6).

Marcus Mariota has completed 63.6% of passes in the red zone since 2015 which ranks fifth best among qualified QBs. Tennessee will face Green Bay this week. The Packers have allowed a completion rate of 76.0% when defending in the red zone this season (NFL Rank: second worst of 32).

Todd Gurley has been targeted 21 times over the last four weeks (NFL Rank: 8th among RBs). He will face the Jets, who have allowed 400 receiving yards to RBs this season (NFL Rank: fifth worst).

Ezekiel Elliott has 7 rushing touchdowns this season (NFL Ranked sixth best among 66 RBs in Carries:TD). Dallas will face a Pittsburgh defense this week which has allowed 8 rushing TDs this season (NFL Rank: sixth worst of 32).

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