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Fantasy Football Stock Watch Week 10: What’s Wrong With Trevor Lawrence?

Jack takes a look at the biggest risers and fallers in fantasy football value following the NFL’s Week 10.

With the Week 10 games in the past and Week 11 on the horizon, let’s look at the players who impacted their stock the most from last week’s games.

Stock Up: WR Tyler Lockett, Seattle Seahawks

Lockett caught eight of his 10 targets for 92 yards and a touchdown on Sunday against the Commanders. This was Lockett’s fifth game this season with 10+ targets and his third with eight or more catches. He remains an underrated option at WR and should be safely placed in the high-end WR2 conversation. He will look to continue his strong season this week against the Rams.

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Stock Up: QB Justin Herbert, Los Angeles Chargers

Herbert completed 27 of his 40 pass attempts for 323 yards with four touchdowns and an interception while also adding 15 rushing yards in Sunday’s game against the Lions. Herbert spread the ball around effectively all game and continues to show why he is considered one of the league’s best young quarterbacks. He will look to continue his strong play this week against the Packers.

Stock Up: RB Devin Singletary, Houston Texans

Singletary had a career day on Sunday against the Bengals, carrying the ball 30 times for 150 yards and a touchdown. He also caught one pass for 11 yards. With Dameon Pierce out with an injury, Singletary took advantage of his opportunity and was extremely efficient on the ground, averaging five yards per carry. Even if Pierce returns this week, Singletary should receive the majority of the work out of the Texans’ backfield and remains a strong option this week against the Cardinals.

Stock Up: WR Brandin Cooks, Dallas Cowboys

Cooks exploded on Sunday against the Giants, catching nine of his ten targets for 173 yards and a touchdown. This was easily Cooks’ best game of the season, and while it may appear to be a one-week wonder, the 10 targets can’t be ignored. He might be emerging as the Cowboys’ number-two option behind Ceedee Lamb in the passing game. He is worth picking up on waivers and should be considered a WR3/flex play against the Panthers this week.

Stock Up: QB Kyler Murray, Arizona Cardinals

Murray made his long-awaited return against the Falcons on Sunday and immediately reminded us how exciting a player he is. He completed 19 of his 32 pass attempts for 249 yards with no touchdowns and an interception while adding six carries for 32 yards and a touchdown. The passing touchdowns will come, but this performance was very encouraging for his first game back post-injury. If you stashed Murray on IR this season, it could end up becoming a league-winning decision.

Stock Down: TE Mark Andrews, Baltimore Ravens

Andrews had a quiet game on Sunday against the Browns, catching two of his four targets for 44 yards. Both his target and catch totals were his lowest of the season to this point. He will look to bounce back this week on Thursday Night Football against the Bengals, against whom he had a solid game in Week 3.

Stock Down: QB Trevor Lawrence, Jacksonville Jaguars

Lawrence had a rough day against the 49ers on Sunday, completing 17 of his 29 passes for 185 yards with no touchdowns and two interceptions. He was under pressure all day and was sacked five times by the 49ers. Lawrence has been underwhelming this whole season, as he has only scored 20 or more points twice. He will look to bounce back this week against the Titans.

Stock Down: RB Tony Pollard, Dallas Cowboys

Pollard had a quiet game on Sunday against the Giants, carrying the ball 15 times for 55 yards and seeing zero targets out of the backfield. This was his third game in a row with under 10 PPR points as he continues to be a frustrating player to manage this season and has not scored a touchdown since Week 1. He does have a favorable matchup this week against the Panthers, but start Pollard with caution.

Stock Down: WR DeAndre Hopkins, Tennessee Titans

Since his breakout game in Will Levis’ Week 8 debut, Hopkins has been quiet in the past two weeks. On Sunday against the Buccaneers he caught three of his eight targets for 27 yards. While he led the team in targets, he failed to turn them into production. Given his strong target share, he should still be started, but he should be considered a WR3/flex play this week against the Jaguars.

Stock Down: WR Jakobi Meyers, Las Vegas Raiders

Meyers had a strong start to the season but has slowed down in recent weeks. On Sunday against the Jets, he caught both of his targets for 21 yards. Meyer’s target share has significantly decreased since the start of the season. This is most likely due to the change the Raiders made at quarterback. Meyers has yet to have a strong game with Aidan O’Connell under center and it may be time to start worrying about his role if he under-performs again this week against the Dolphins.