Though not as foreboding as the Colts rushing defense, the Colts secondary has allowed the tenth fewest points to opposing teams wide receivers this season, making them typically a match-up to avoid. A.J. Brown and Corey Davis are the top two wideouts for the Titans and each have seen decent success this season. Are they worth starting in your Week 10 lineup with a tough opponent? We break down the fantasy analysis below.
Fantasy Football analysis: Titans WRs A.J. Brown, Corey Davis
A.J. Brown is the 6th ranked wide receiver on the season in terms of scoring, averaging 18.8 fantasy points per game. He has received no fewer than seven targets in any game so far this season and is a favorite of Ryan Tannehill’s. Despite the tough matchup, Brown belongs in lineups as a high end WR2 this week.
Corey Davis found his way back to fantasy relevance this season, averaging 14 points per game and receiving five or more targets in every game through Week 8. He had a disappointing Week 9 in which he received only three targets for no receptions, but this was his only poor outing of the season. He has a difficult matchup in Week 10 but will look to improve upon his Week 9 goose egg. His upside is limited but he can still be considered a low end flex, particularly in deeper leagues.
Fantasy Start/Sit Recommendation
Start A.J. Brown as a WR 2
Start Corey Davis as a low end flex