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2 Crazy Bold Predictions for Week 10!

by , and • November 11, 2018

Every Sunday morning our team of Rob Willette, Ryan McDowell, and Sal Leto bring you their Bold Predictions of the week. Maybe they are out of their minds or maybe they have the player that can win it all for you this week.

Austin Ekeler racks up 125 total yards and a touchdown

Chargers backup RB Austin Ekeler has seen his usage drop in recent weeks as starter Melvin Gordon has begun to dominate the backfield opportunties, and rightfully so. This week though, the Chargers face the tanking Raiders, meaning everyone should get a shot for the end zone. I see Ekeler getting enough mop up work in the second-half of the game to become fantasy viable against Oakland. Ryan McDowell

John Ross will score two 40+ yard touchdowns

We have seen a lot of bad defense this season but none that has allowed more touchdowns to wide receivers than the Saints. That has been great for fantasy since they have the offense to play well in shoot outs. Today should be no different, we should see another high flying air attack that goes over and produces points for fantasy owners all around. One person who hasn’t had a chance to get in on the fun because of injuries is John Ross. He finds himself in a prime spot this week and the leagues fastest man will burn this Saints defense ala Calvin Ridley for big plays and two big 40+ yard touchdowns. If you get big play bonuses then you will sing Ross‘ praise today. Sal Leto

 

Sal Leto (@LetoSal), Ryan McDowell (@RyanMc23), and Rob Willette (@RobWillette24) are freelance contributors for the SportsHub Games Network, Inc., Fanball’s parent company. Any advice or strategies provided by SportsHub contributors represent their personal opinions; they do not necessarily reflect the view(s) of SportsHub Games Network and are not necessarily reflective of the strategies they may employ in their own lineups.