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Fantasy Football Week 10 Steals: Stats, Exceptional Goals, Trading Candidates for Each Game



Week 10 had it all, with very close games and some wild riots. We got the big games from some top receivers who have missed time like Tyreek Hill and Davante Adams, who both put the high season on the air yard. As for the backs, Derrick Henry continued with his personal crusade against me and everything I believe in and David Johnson seems to have come in the bench – but at least Ronald Jones got me to lift myself after being knocked on. Let's jump into everything that Week 10 had to offer.

Data is usually courtesy of Pro Football Reference, RotoViz, RotoGrinders Premium usage app, airyards.com or PFF. Feel free to always hit me up on Twitter @YardsPerGretch with questions about everything I covered or to ask my thoughts on something I glossed over. These are some of my favorite feedbacks, because sometimes it's something I've missed.

Here are some important statistical acronyms to know for stealing signals:

Green Zone ̵

1; Inside the opponent's 10-yard line.
HVT – High-Value Touches : for running backs, all receptions and all touches within the 10 yard line.
TRAP – Trivial Rush Trial Rate : for backs, the percentage of all touches that are not of high value. created by Josh Hermsmeyer, it balances the share of goals and the share of aviation. Because a player's WOPR is part of his team's total opportunity, it is important to consider team volume as an additional context.
RACR – Receiver's air conversion rate: also created by Hermsmeyer, RACR is calculated as total receiving yards divided by total air colors. Similar to yards per reception or yards per target, but per air yard instead.

Week 10


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