Fantasy Football Week 10 Inactive – Who’s in and who’s out?

Fantasy Football Week 10 Inactive - Who's in and who's out?

AJ MassESPN staff writerNovember 12, 2023 at 11:38 AM ET4 minutes to read

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Who should you start with? Who should you sit with? To help you set your fantasy football lineups and avoid starting an offensive player who won’t be in the lineup, we’ll post fantasy-related updates and analysis here when NFL teams release their official inactive rosters. Any ratings mentioned in this column come from our website ESPN Fantasy staff ranks.

Official inactive attendance on Sunday must begin approximately 90 minutes before scheduled kickoff times: approximately 8 AM ET for Germany, 11:30 AM ET for early games, and 2:30 PM ET for late afternoon games.

Update frequently to get the latest information.

Games are at 1 p.m. ET

Keaton Mitchell, RB, BALactive
Impact: Mitchell must split campaigns with Gus Edwards.

Ja’Marr Chase, WR, CINactive
Impact: Stanley Morgan and Shedrick Jackson were both promoted from the coaching staff, which wasn’t a great sign here. However, after pre-game warmups, Chase will be cleared to play.

T Higgins, WR, CINOutside
IMPACT: Trenton Irwin will be the receiver the Bengals have to claim on waivers.

Marquis Goodwin, WR, CLEOutside
IMPACT: WR David Bell is also out, leaving Cedric Tillman in a good spot to do some action.

Robert Woods, WR, HOUactive
Impact: Although he returns this week, exactly how many snaps he sees remains a question mark.

Nico Collins, WR, HOUOutside
IMPACT: Tank Dale and Noah Brown have been impressing lately.

Damion Pierce, RB, HOUOutside
Impact: Devin Singletary performed well in Week 9 without Pierce involved.

Kaymie Fairbairn, K, HOUoutside/infrared
IMPACT: Matt Amendola has signed with the team to take over the kicking duties, likely until at least Week 14.

Z Jones, WR, JacksOutside
Impact: Once again, it has to be the Jaguars’ “Calvin Ridley and Christian Kirk Show.”

Justin Jefferson, WR, MINOutside
Impact: Although his window for his return from IR began this week, it’s clear the receiver isn’t ready yet.

Jarren Hall, QB, MINOutside
IMPACT: Joshua Dobbs will start in Week 10 and will very likely continue for the next several weeks. Hall could serve as Dobbs’ backup in the future once he clears the league’s concussion protocol.

KJ Osborne, WR, MINInactive
Impact: His practice time increased as the week went on and he cleared the league’s concussion protocol. However, the Vikings will err on the side of caution here.

TJ Hawkinson, TE, MINactive
Impact: All signs were that Hockenson would not only play, but thrive, in Week 10.

Michael Thomas, WR, NOactive
IMPACT: Amid reports of an off-field incident involving Thomas, the Saints will remain on the field for Week 10.

Kendry Miller, RB, NOOutside
Impact: Jamaal Williams is the primary replacement for Alvin Kamara at present.

Trelon Burks, WR, TENOutside
IMPACT: Nick Westbrook-Ikhine moves to the top of the Giants’ scoring tree.

Ryan Tannehill, QB, TENInactive
Impact: Regardless, Tennessee has already made a QB change to Will Levis.

Games are at 4 p.m. ET

James Conner, RB, ARIIt is infrared activated
Impact: Expect him to return with QB Kyler Murray. Both will be rusty, so proceed with caution.

Michael Wilson, WR, ARIDoubtful
Impact: With Murray back at center, Wilson’s value should rise over the coming weeks.

Mac Hollins, WR, ATLOutside
IMPACT: Drake London is ready to make a comeback. KhaDarel Hodge could be a roll of the dice for the crease.

Donovan Peoples-Jones, WR, DETDoubtful
Impact: Still learning the new rules of the game and with rib issues limiting his practice, it is unclear whether or not the DPJ will suit up. However, the Lions could be a bit nervous in Week 10 with right back David Montgomery getting the “all clear” to return.

Curtis Samuel, WR, WSHDoubtful
Impact: He is expected to play, which would put an end to those managers looking to work with Jahan Dotson and Terry McLaurin.

Sunday night game

There are no major fantasy-related injuries.

9:30 AM ET

Alec Pierce, WR, INDactive
Impact: Pierce should see his normal workload.

Josh Downs, WR, INDactive
IMPACT: Expect Isaiah McKenzie to see a lot of action, as Downs hasn’t practiced all week and could be on a fast count.

Demario Douglas, WR, NEactive
Impact: He will play, but Kayshawn Bote is also active (finally!), so there may not be enough targets for Douglas to merit a fantasy start.

DeVante Parker, WR, NEOutside
Impact: He didn’t travel with the team, leaving the door open for Jalen Reagor to get some looks.

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