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The Top Point-Per-Dollar Quarterbacks in Week 10

Jared Goff, Matthew Stafford, Ben Roethlisberger, Matt Ryan and Josh McCown all have favorable matchups against defenses that are ranked 26th or worse in passing yards allowed. Which offers the best Point Per Dollar (PP$) value? 

BJ VanderWoude: Jared Goff, Matthew Stafford, Ben Roethlisberger, Matt Ryan and Josh McCown all have favorable matchups against defenses that are ranked 26th or worse in passing yards allowed. Which of these quarterbacks will you have significant exposure to in week 10, and which player do you think is the best Point Per Dollar (PP$) play for GPPs and cash games? 

James Brimacombe: I don’t think I will go chasing Jared Goff this week, as I could see the Rams feed the ball to Todd Gurley 25+ times and grind out a win this week. Goff should see plenty of production early in the game but there is some real potential this game gets out of hand early, with the Rams defense against Tom Savage. I like Ben Roethlisberger this week in Indianapolis but can we really trust him on the road and overall this year you just don’t see the same flare out of him that you have in years past. Out of this list of quarterbacks, my favorite has to be Matthew Stafford who will be at home indoors against a Cleveland defense that likes to give up points to opposing quarterbacks. The list of quarterbacks that have went for multi touchdown games against the Browns are as follows: Case Keenum 2, Deshaun Watson 3, Josh McCown 2, Andy Dalton 4, Jacoby Brissett 3, Joe Flacco 2, and Ben Roethlisberger 2. Seeing that list and the matchup in front of him along with no running game to speak of in Detroit, you have to like Stafford for a 3-touchdown potential game in this spot. 

Justin Bonnema: Ben Roethlisberger jumps off the page, at least on FanDuel where he’s priced as QB10. No team has allowed more passing yards than the Colts, who have permitted five quarterbacks to log at least 300 yards, including Blake Bortles, Marcus Mariota, Brian Hoyer, and Carson Palmer. The only player to not score at least 15 FanDuel points against them this season was Tom Savage last week, which is understandable considering that he got thrown into the starting lineup late in the week. I’ll let others get scared off by Roethlisberger’s ugly home/road splits and load up on a heavy Steelers’ stack at potentially low ownership. 

 
Phil Alexander: As much as I love Jared Goff's matchup against the Texans, a $1,200 salary increase (DraftKings) doesn't leave much room for GPP upside. Last week was the first time this season Goff exceeded a 4x multiple of his current salary. I'd rather Matthew Stafford in both cash games and GPPs, as he offers the best combination of floor and ceiling.

Stafford's only game with less than 14 fantasy points this year came on the road in Week 4, against a tough Minnesota defense. He's eclipsed 21 fantasy points in each of his last three games and gets a bump this week thanks to a date with Cleveland at home. The Browns have allowed the tenth-most fantasy points per game to opposing quarterbacks, a feat which seems impossible when you look at a list of their opponents -- Ben Roethlisberger (on the road), Joe Flacco, Jacoby Brissett, Andy Dalton, Josh McCown, Deshaun Watson (forgivable), Marcus Mariota (the immobile version), and Case Keenum

Detroit averages the third-fewest yards per rush attempt (3.2) and the Browns allow the fewest (2.9). The path of least resistance for the Lions is clearly through the air, which syncs perfectly with what they do best. Stack Stafford with Marvin Jones, who has emerged as a fantasy WR1 over the last three games but still costs $600 less than Golden Tate.
 
John Mamula: Of the quarterbacks listed, I will have the most exposure to Ben Roethlisberger, whose price is much more affordable on FanDuel ($7,600) as the 10th most expensive quarterback. Game log watchers will be fearful that he hasn't cracked 18 FanDuel points all season. Many will say that Roethlisberger is washed up and should retire. The Steelers are currently ranked 31st in red zone scoring percentage (41.38%), a statistic that measures touchdowns only. That number is surprisingly low as the NFL average is 52% this season. I expect some positive regression for the Steelers offense over the second half of the season and it starts this week against the Colts. 

Chris Feery: Matthew Stafford is my top choice due to the primo matchup against the lowly Browns, but I’ll be including all four players on my short list as I start building rosters for the week. For Stafford, the matchup screams multiple touchdown upside, and there’s zero reason to pass up on what could amount to a free square. Next up, I’m definitely interested in Josh McCown against a Buccaneers secondary that’s completely beatable. McCown and the Jets have been a pleasant surprise, and this is another matchup that has multiple score upside. For additional intrigue, a McCown-based stack can leave you with a ton of salary leftover to loasd up elsewhere. Ben Roethlisberger and Matt Ryan are neck and neck for this week, but I’ll likely wind up giving the edge to Ryan due to the home date.  
 
Jason Wood: I've steered clear of Matt Ryan this year and will continue that trend, even if I acknowledge the attractiveness of the matchup. I also have no interest in Jared Goff this year given the bump in salary on both FD and DK. The other three quarterbacks are on my short list. I'm with the other guys in favoring Stafford this week against the Browns. Marvin Jones has risen to the occasion as the new #1 and the offense hasn't skipped a beat. 

In GPPs, I'll have to get a better sense of projected ownerships before committing fully, but I like Roethlisberger quite a bit because he's struggled enough this year to limit his ownership. I'll have exposure to McCown in both cash and GPPs. I'm particularly fond of a McCown/Anderson/Sefarian-Jenkins super-stack in tournaments.