BJ VanderWoude: Currently, there are only four games on the week 10 schedule with projected totals of 46+ points (New Orleans vs Buffalo, Houston vs LA Rams, Dallas vs Atlanta, New England vs Denver). Which of these games has the most predictable game script, and which players benefit the most from a shootout? Are there any games that you think have the potential to be a shootout with projected totals under 46 points?
James Brimacombe: Out of these four games it is an easy call as I will be on the Dallas at Atlanta game with the over/under set at 50.5 and the Falcons as a 3-point favorite. The Saints and the Bills could be in a defensive battle with ball possession from both running backs. Houston vs LA Rams would have my attention if Tom Savage wasn’t the starting quarterback and New England vs Denver it is looking more and more like we are not going to be getting much offense out of the Broncos with their current quarterback situation. As for the Cowboys and Falcons you have two really good quarterbacks squaring off against each other in Dak Prescott and Matt Ryan, you also have Ezekiel Elliott, Devonta Freeman, and Tevin Coleman in the running game that can all get it done on the ground or through the air with their respective quarterbacks. The Cowboys side of this game has some question marks with the status of Elliott up in the air every week with his possible suspension and now they have Dez Bryant and Terrance Williams both nursing an injury so it could be the likes of Jason Witten and Cole Beasley as the players seeing plenty of targets. On the Falcons side, you have Julio Jones 43/658/1 and Mohamed Sanu 31/325/3 who have been lacking in finding the endzone this season and this could be a great situation for Ryan and Jones to have a monster day together. It is hard to not see a scenario where both teams don’t go over 20 points in this game so I will be looking at this game closely as I build my DFS teams this week.