Week 10 Preview Podcast: Understanding the players tied to your fantasy playoff hopes

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Ah, Week 10. Just six (or seven, depending on your league) weeks left in the fantasy football season. Now is a time for reflection, to look back and…actually, scratch that. Now is the time to look forward, because the fantasy playoffs are just on the horizon! Now is the time to reevaluate your roster (what will Tyler Boyd be sans A.J. Green?), to make peace — or war — with injured stars (Dalvin Cook is back…and resting on his bye), and to take note of the players who are tied to your playoff hopes.

Yes, our experts asked you to list the players you believe will spell your fantasy success or your fantasy doom come playoff time — no pressure, Aaron Jones.

Along with that roster rundown, our experts also break down all the biggest Week 10 happenings. Among these of course is the return of Dez Bryant, who has now joined the Saints’ already-elite offense.

Our experts then share some fantasy assets that you should be trying to buy and/or sell before your league’s trade deadline. Hint: start talking to your league’s David Johnson-owner.

Of course, we can’t forget about Andy and Brad going at it over their Week 10 rankings, and Nick Mullens is causing some chaos among them!

Liz and Dalton then wrap up with a couple bargains and fades for Yahoo Daily Fantasy.

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<a class="link rapid-noclick-resp" href="/nfl/players/28474/" data-ylk="slk:David Johnson">David Johnson</a> is a trade candidate fantasy managers should try to acquire before the deadline. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)
David Johnson is a trade candidate fantasy managers should try to acquire before the deadline. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

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