Fantasy Football: Players to Start in Week 10


The Cardinals’ Carson Palmer faces a 49ers team that has allowed 18 touchdowns to opposing quarterbacks in the last seven games.

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Carson Palmer (ARI vs. 49ers) — He cruised into his bye week in fine form with three touchdowns and 363 yards against the Panthers. A rested Palmer hosts a 49ers team that has been hemorrhaging touchdowns to opposing quarterbacks of late: three in each of the last two games and a total of 18 in the last seven games.

Ben Roethlisberger (PIT vs. Cowboys) — He showed plenty of rust in his return to action last week, but I’ll take my chances with him at home against the Cowboys. His home-away splits are pretty incredible: He is averaging 313 yards and four touchdowns in three home games this season, and 348 yards and nearly…

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