Todd Gurley- St. Louis
Since coming back from an injury that cost him the first two games of the season, Gurley has been on fire with over 700 rushing yards and five rushing touchdowns.
Allen Robinson- Jacksonville
Robinson has been a pleasant surprise for fantasy owners, putting up double-digit fantasy points consistently. He already has seven receiving touchdowns.
Gary Barnidge- Cleveland
Barnidge is a steal at tight end and already has seven touchdowns. He has put up over 10 fantasy points in seven of the first 10 weeks.
Devonta Freeman- Atlanta
Perhaps the biggest steal in the league, the running back is currently ranked as the best fantasy player on Yahoo. He has nine touchdowns.
Philip Rivers- San Diego
The quarterback is having an excellent year with a 19:7 touchdown:interception ratio and 3,033 passing yards over 10 weeks.
Larry Fitzgerald- Arizona
Just when you thought he had hit his decline, Fitzgerald has proved people wrong so far this year with seven touchdowns and 700+ yards.
Blake Bortles- Jacksonville
The Jaguars quarterback has had a good fantasy season at the helm of a talented passing offense with 17 passing touchdowns.
DeAndre Hopkins- Houston
Hopkins has been an amazing fantasy receiver, posting six receiving touchdowns and 870 receiving yards.
Brandon Marshall- New York Jets
Marshall wasn’t expected to do this well. He has put up double-digit fantasy points in all but two weeks and has six touchdowns and 753 yards.
Eric Decker- New York Jets
Decker has also been having an amazing year with seven touchdowns. He’s been a virtual lock for double-digit points, or very close to it.
Tom Brady- New England
Brady was projected the 69th quarterback in the beginning of the season because of the possible suspension. He’s 99-percent owned in leagues and is second-best in his position. Projected 69. Actual 2.
Derek Carr- Oakland
Carr has been a consistent quarterback for the Raiders with 21 touchdowns and only six interceptions. He is 81-percent owned in most leagues and has been finding his receivers in the end zone.
Eli Manning- New York Giants
The Giants have played well with Manning this year. He has thrown 21 touchdowns and has six interceptions. He is 95-percent owned in fantasy leagues. Projected 60. Actual 10.
Carson Palmer- Arizona
After coming off of last year’s torn ACL, Palmer is playing elite football at his position. He is sixth among quarterbacks and has thrown 23 touchdowns and interceptions. Projected 114. Actual 6.
Mark Ingram- New Orleans
Averaging almost five yards a carry, Ingram is 99-percent owned in most leagues. He has five touchdowns and has been heavily involved in the Saints’ offense.
Newton has punched the ball in with his legs six times this season. He’s also thrown 15 touchdowns and over 2,000 yards. Projected 73. Actual 3.
Dion Lewis- New England
For someone who came off the practice squad this season, Lewis is has been a large participant in New England’s flex offense. He has four touchdowns.
Allen Hurns- Jacksonville
Hurns has blossomed into one of the prime wide receivers this year. He has seven touchdowns through nine games on 41 receptions. Projected 166. Actual 28.
Julian Edelman- New England
The Patriots offense has received much more production this season. He’s caught 61 passes with seven touchdowns. He’s been a favorite in the red zone.
Playing alongside prime target Jarvis Landry, Matthews has been just as dangerous this season. He has four touchdowns on 42 receptions with 647 receiving yards.
Jordan Matthews- Philadelphia
Being projected to go as high as the third round in fantasy, Matthews has struggled mightily to live up to his expectations with only two touchdowns.
Matthew Stafford- Detroit
The Lions quarterback has struggled to remain consistent. He has 13 touchdowns, but already 11 interceptions. Not a trustworthy fantasy option.
Eddie Lacy- Green Bay
A first-round pick for many people, Lacy has essentially found himself benched on a lot of fantasy teams with only 308 yards and two touchdowns rushing.
C.J. Anderson- Denver
Mostly a high second-round fantasy draft pick, he hasn’t lived up to the hype either, only posting double-digit points once this season.
Joique Bell- Detroit
People who may have thought they’d be getting a sleeper are right; Bell hasn’t waken up yet. He hasn’t reached seven fantasy points in any given week.
Mike Evans- Tampa Bay
After some rough weeks, the wide receiver may be waking up. But he’s still had three weeks where he didn’t hit five fantasy points.
Vincent Jackson- Tampa Bay
Jackson has struggled far worse than his teammate Evans. When playing, he’s had four weeks where he’s put up 5.10 fantasy points or less.
Mike Wallace- Minnesota
The Vikings’ wide receiver only has one touchdown this year and took nine games to surpass 300 yards. In seven of those, he’s put up less than five fantasy points.
Roddy White- Atlanta
Age may have finally caught up with the wide receiver. He only has 17 receptions, one touchdown and 230 yards in eight games.
Andre Johnson- Indianapolis
The Colts didn’t get the receiving weapon they thought they would. Johnson has had only two good games fantasy-wise in a diminished role.
Peyton Manning- Denver
No one has been a more disappointing quarterback this year than Peyton Manning. He has nine touchdowns but is leading the league in interceptions with 17.
Adrian Peterson- Minnesota
Peterson has not been the same “AP” we saw two seasons ago. He has not lived up to his expectations. Despite his statistics, he is was projected to be number one overall but is actually twelfth among running backs.
Melvin Gordon- San Diego
Having high expectations coming out of Wisconsin, Gordon has not recorded a single touchdown on 114 carries. While projected 34th, his actual ranking is 180.
DeMarco Murray- Philadelphia
He has four rushing touchdowns on 128 carries this season. He recorded eight consecutive games with at least 100 yards rushing last season. He’s only had one such game this year.
Rashad Jennings- New York Giants
Jennings has been a lousy running back this season who hasn’t seen much of the field nor the end zone. He only has one rushing touchdown in 105 carries and just under four yards a carry.
Alfred Morris- Washington
What happened to the dangerous and elusive Morris this season? He has not recorded a single touchdown on 110 carries.
Golden Tate- Detroit
Tate has only seen the end zone once this season, and his highest fantasy game was 10 points.
Anquan Boldin- San Francisco
The veteran has been a ghost on the gridiron this season, only catching 32 passes through nine games. He has two touchdowns, but that is not like him.
Marques Colston- New Orleans
Coston is usually Drew Bree’s primary target, but not this season. The Saints vet has 33 receptions with one touchdown this season. He is below 400 receiving yards and is only 46-percent owned in fantasy leagues.
Nelson Agholor- Philadelphia
The rookie from the University of South Carolina was expected to have a stellar rookie season. He has not recorded a touchdown at all and has not even eclipsed 140 receiving yards through nine games.
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