Fantasy Football Fanduel Bargains for Week 10

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Zach Mettenberger, Justin Hunter look to team up as top Fanduel bargains for week 10. Metternberger and Hunter will look to help lead their Tennessee Titans to a big win on the road in Baltimore. These two have emerged as not only a bargain on Fanduel but an overall solid play after the way the Ravens secondary played last week.

In his first career start Mettenberger threw for 299 yards and two touchdowns against a very solid Houston Texans defense. The Ravens defense is stellar up the middle and will limit the Titans running game but a depleted secondary allowed six touchdowns in week 9. That led the Ravens back to the drawing board causing the team to release two players, sign a player of the practice squad and put a waiver claim on another player.

Mettenberger’s cost of $6,100 is the lowest of any of the starting quarterbacks taking the field on Sunday. The Titans quarterback and wide receiver Justin Hunter has built a solid relationship since the preseason and it showed in the last game. Hunter’s FanDuel value of $5,400 opening up some flexibility for some of the other top fantasy options for your roster.

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Here are some of the other top FanDuel Bargains in week 10.

Antone Smith, Atlanta Falcons ($5,800): Smith was a full participant on Friday at practice making him a viable option for fantasy owners looking for a cheap option at running back. Despite his back to back single digit performances which came at the hands of two of the top run defense, Smith has a great matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in week 10.

Chris Hogan, Buffalo Bills ($4,800): The Bills have a difficult matchup against a very good Kansas City Chiefs defense but Hogan should see a significant amount of time on the field with Sammy Watkins out.

Davante Adams, Green Bay Packers ($5,200): Adams is the third option on a very talented receiving corps but he has two double digit fantasy games in his last three games. If opposing teams turn their attention to Randall Cobb and Jordy Nelson, Adams value will open up.

Heath Miller, Pittsburgh Steelers ($5,300): Miller might have the best play for all of the tight ends against a very bad New York Jets team. The Jets have allowed a league high 11 touchdowns to opposing tight ends this season.

Jordan Matthews, Philadelphia Eagles ($5,700): The Eagles wide receiver has been consistent over the past few weeks despite failing to put up big numbers. That could change as he and the teams new starting quarterback Mark Sanchez worked well together.

Other Fanduel Bargains to consider: Markus Wheaton ($5,700), Jermaine Kearse ($4,700) and Chris Sims ($4,800).