Things I Learned in Fantasy Football: Week 10 –

Takeaways from Week 10 as told by the tweets of the Fantasy Stronghold.

Garrett Celek: And they say this game isn’t predictable!

— Matt Harmon (@MattHarmon_BYB) November 12, 2017


— Marcas Grant (@MarcasG) November 12, 2017

I mean … there really isn’t much to say here. Start your tight ends versus the Giants. If the combination of C.J. Beathard and Garrett Celek can eat against this group, everyone is going to feast. Next week, Big Blue has to deal with the Chiefs and Travis Kelce while the rest of the schedule includes games against Jordan Reed/Vernon Davis (x2), Jared Cook, Jason Witten, Zach Ertz and — dare I say? — Jermaine Gresham. The only real drama is whether the Giants can give up a touchdown to tight ends in every game.

The new narrative is “Dak can’t play without Tyron Smith.”

— Marcas Grant (@MarcasG) November 12, 2017

There had been a lot of talk during the week about what we could or should expect from Dak Prescott during the first week of Ezekiel Elliott‘s suspension. Most believed that Prescott’s talent would shine through, though, there was a certain chorus suggesting that the young quarterback couldn’t prosper without his running back sidekick. Except people forgot to factor in that Zeke’s job wasn’t to block Adrian Clayborn, who wrecked the Dallas offense with six sacks. If the Cowboys can’t figure out how to shore up the left side of their offensive line, it won’t matter who’s in the backfield or under center.

Britt, Moncrief, Ty Montgomery…it’s resurrection week here in Week 10.

— Matt Harmon (@MattHarmon_BYB) November 12, 2017

Plenty of fantasy players that we’d left for dead decided to show up in a big way on Sunday. The Kenny

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