Nov 9, 2012
One of the best games this week features two of the league’s elite - the Houston Texans and the Chicago Bears. Although the game is expected to be a great one, it’s not going to be so great if you own fantasy players from those teams. The quarterbacks from those teams - Matt Schaub and Jay Cutler - find themselves on our Week 10 - Sit ‘Ems list this week as both are expected to struggle against the opposing defense.
Another big game, though not because of the team’s records, is between the Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles. Both teams find themselves with coaches and quarterbacks on the hot seat, and both teams find themselves with players on our Fantasy Football Sit ‘Ems list this week as well.
TIGHT ENDS - SIT ‘EM
Jacob Tamme (Denver Broncos) @ Carolina
Remember when Jacob Tamme took over for an injured Dallas Clark and caught a bunch of passes from Peyton Manning. Well, that happen when the three were members of the Indianapolis Colts two years ago. The Tamme experiment in Denver has fallen flat as Manning is heavily targeting his three receivers - Demaryius Thomas, Eric Decker and Brandon Stokely - and not the tight ends. The matchup with Carolina is OK, but sadly Tamme’s 3.6 catches per game aren’t going to get it done.
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Martellus Bennett (New York Giants) @ Cincinnati
Martellus Bennett, where have you gone? Bennett looked like fantasy gold in the first three weeks but has been held without a touchdown since then. Yes, a lot can be attributed to the performance of quarterback Eli Manning in recent weeks, but it overall just looks like Manning is only targeting his receivers at this point. Gosh, why does that sound familiar? (Hint, look at the writeup for Tamme, above this.) The worst part is Bennett’s got a great matchup with the Cincinnati Bengals this week as they’ve given up a touchdown to a tight end in three consecutive weeks. Without the targets, though, Bennett simply isn’t a good option to start.