Fantasy Football: Week 10 Wide Receiver Matchup Report

Breaking down defensive data to better predict how your players will perform this week.
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Fantasy Football: Patrick Peterson Week 10

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This new featured tool displays how each defense performs against their opponent’s receiving yardage gained by position.

So for example, if you see a team is ranked 1st vs. WR #1, that defense is currently the best at limiting their opponent’s WR #1 yardage compared to other teams. Or if you see a team is ranked 32nd against WR #2, that defense is the worst against WR #2’s or more accurately, the defense is allowing the most yards to WR #2’s compared to the other teams in the league. This a great tool to find and exploit useful matchups. Don’t forget to check out the all the positions as well (WR #1, WR #2, Other WRs, TE & RB).

This week's article is for our subscribers only, so the chart below is a sneak preview of just the data for WR1s. For more analysis of the other positions like WR2s, TE and RBs, plus Week 9’s interesting matchups to watch, check out the full article at FullTime Fantasy.

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Week 10 vs. WR1s


  • NYJ DB Trumaine Johnson - Has been placed on Injured reserve, likely ending his time with the Jets.
  • TEN DB Malcolm Butler - Placed on injured reserve (wrist) - LeShaun Sims will play behind Adoree' Jackson and Logan Ryan.


TB WR Mike Evans vs. ARI DB Patrick Peterson

The only player hotter than Evans in the NFL over the last three weeks has been Christian McCaffrey. Evans gets a matchup with an Arizona defensive unit that is allowing the fifth most yards per game to opposing top receivers.

However, Peterson missed the first six games of the season due to suspension and is expected to shadow the on-fire receiver.

Still, in the three games since returning, Peterson has allowed 82.4% catch rate, 204 yards, and two touchdowns. Continue to roll with Evans and expect another huge performance out of the big wideout.

Click here to view the full chart and read about some more WR-CB matchups to watch in Week 10.