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Fantasy Football Stash Targets In Week 10

Under The Radar

This week on under the radar it’s all about Fantasy Football Stash Targets In Week 10 to keep an eye on for the future.

Elijah Moore – WR – New York Jets

In the words of the Lion King’s Rafiki, ‘It is time’! Time for Moore to step up and break out. Last week we had a glimpse of what could be and it looked great. 

Because of this, Moore becomes one of my fantasy football stash targets in week 10. 

It’s not just because of last week though. This season Moore has been averaging over 10 yards per reception and in the last three games that’s gone up over 12 yards per reception.

As a rookie at the Jets it’s been pretty tough going. It took Moore a while to get up to speed with things and that showed in his first 3 games. The targets were there but the receptions didn’t match. 

The last two games that Moore and the Jets have played in have been a lot different. Moore has had 14 targets and caught 13 of those whilst bagging two TD’s in week 9.

Now that Moore looks to be getting up to speed with the play book and the NFL in general, things can only start to come together for Moore as he rises up the Wide Receiver Ranks. 

The Jets Quarterbacks will be more comfortable sending the ball his way which will then increase Moore’s volume giving more opportunity to score extra fantasy points. 

The opportunity of increased fantasy points definitely helps Moore become a player to grab and have as one of your fantasy football stash targets.

Pat Freiermuth – TE – Pittsburgh Steelers

‘Muuuuuth’ is now filling the stadium where once ‘Heath’ bellowed. A fan favourite that has been created by a great connection with the big man Ben Roethlisburger. 

That safety net for Ben is why Freiermuth becomes one of my fantasy football stash targets in week 10. 

In a very similar story to Elijah Moore above, the season didn’t start to sharpe for Freiermuth either. The first 6 games had a lower snap count around the 50/60% mark. 

That also didn’t go well with Freiermuth’s targets, as only 13 went his way in the first 6 games. Week 6 came along and suddenly something clicked for Ben and Freiermuth and things started to happen. 

Freiermuth’s snap count went from a low 50% to Solid 70% and then lmg with that came the targets. 20 passes were thrown to Freiermuth in the last three games where he caught 16 of them. That’s more than his target share of 6 weeks. 

Freiermuth has also bagged 3 TD’s in the last 2 games which has helped his fantasy game massively and more importantly his connection with Big Ben. 

The opportunity of an increased snap count should then create more targets coming Freiermuth’s way, which then leads to more targets, catches and fantasy points. All of this helps Pat Freiermuth become a player to grab and have as one of your fantasy football stash targets.

That’s it Rush Nation, two more Fantasy Football Stash Targets In Week 10 for you to keep an eye on.Make sure you look out for my future and previous articles for this series.

Until then, Keep Rushing!

Pittsy – @PittsyNFL

 

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