With four teams, including the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs, on bye in Week 10, the stream will be an important source of fantasy football starters. Here are SI.com's best recommendations at quarterback, tight end and defense.
Jay Ajayi fit right in during his Philadelphia Eagles debut, and the Miami Dolphins didn't appear to miss him. The Carolina Panthers, meanwhile, moved on from Kelvin Benjamin, winning their first game after trading their former No. 1 receiver. SI.com looks at how those offenses changed in their first games after making big moves before the trade deadline.
Dez Bryant of the Dallas Cowboys suffered an ankle injury last week. He was the most important player injured in what was otherwise a slow week for injuries. That helps shift the focus to a couple players expected to return after missing most, or all, of the season.
Week 9 looked like it would be a week in which DFS players would do whatever they could to get as many Houston Texans in their lineups as possible. Then Deshaun Watson tore his ACL. Now, the focus shifts to a couple of running backs who have been among the most productive, and busiest, players in the league this season.
Jared Goff and the Los Angeles Rams get the privilege of facing a New York Giants defense without Janoris Jenkins. Meanwhile, Alfred Morris is readying for his first start for the Dallas Cowboys with Ezekiel Elliott facing suspension. They're two of our Sneaky Starts for Week 9.
Jordan Reed of the Washington Redskins is staring at another extended absence because of a hamstring injury. Meanwhile, Chris Hogan will have the benefit of a bye week to get over his shoulder sprain. Those two players kick off the Week 9 fantasy football injury report.