Week 10 Fantasy Football Rankings: Flex
It’s Wednesday, and that means it’s time to break out the fantasy football flex rankings for Week 10 of the 2023 NFL season. If you’re new to the concept of flex rankings, these are simply the combined overall rankings for running back, wide receiver, and tight end for each week during the fantasy football season. These are not suggestions for who to start in your flex spots.
This list is our initial rankings, but rankings will change a lot throughout the week. This post will not be updates, so if you want all the latest updates, then be sure to check our staff rankings page. Promo code “RATPACK” gets you a discount on any FTN subscription.
Week 10 Flex Rankings (2023) — Top 100
1. Christian McCaffrey (RB1) at JAC – He’s back and has a 17-game touchdown streak.
3. Stefon Diggs (WR2) vs. DEN – He’s playing at an elite level and should have no problem putting up numbers against the suspect Broncos defense.
4. CeeDee Lamb (WR3) vs. NYG – Lamb has set single-game career highs for receiving yards in back-to-back games.
5. Travis Etienne (RB2) vs. SF – This isn’t a great matchup, but Etienne’s workload and explosive ability keep him near the top of running back rankings.
6. Keenan Allen (WR4) vs. DET – Allen enters the week as one of just eight players with 60-plus receptions.
7. Jonathan Taylor (RB3) at NE – The Colts have finally turned the backfield completely over to Taylor. He’s set up for a big workload against the Pats.
8. Austin Ekeler (RB4) vs. DET – Ekeler found pay dirt as a runner twice last week.
9. Breece Hall (RB5) at LV – Last week wasn’t great, but Hall gets a much better matchup this week.
10. Alvin Kamara (RB6) at MIN – Kamara saw a reduction in his workload last week, but there’s no reason to panic. He remains a rock-solid RB1 option.
11. Amon-Ra St. Brown (WR5) at LAC – He’s topped 100 receiving yards in five of his last six games.
12. Tony Pollard (RB7) vs. NYG – Pollard should get a fantastic game script this week with the Cowboys favored by a whopping 16 points.
13. Joe Mixon (RB8) vs. HOU – Mixon has had 19 touches and has scored a rushing touchdown in each of his last two games.
14. Josh Jacobs (RB9) vs. NYJ – Jacobs got off the schneid last week with two rushing scores.
15. Derrick Henry (RB10) at TB – The Titans have fed Henry 20-plus touches in each of their last two games.
16. Bijan Robinson (RB11) at ARI – Robinson excels in favorable gamescripts, and the Commanders should get one against the Cards this week.
18. Saquon Barkley (RB13) at DAL – The Giants are in a bad spot at quarterback. That plus the matchup pushes Barkley down outside the RB1s.
19. Brandon Aiyuk (WR6) at JAC – The 49ers return from bye and Aiyuk is up in the top sox with several big name wideouts on bye this week.
20. Rachaad White (RB14) vs. TEN – White is coming off his best game of the season but does face a tough Titans defense.
21. Rhamondre Stevenson (RB15) vs. IND – We finally got an explosive game out of Stevenson. He also gets a favorable draw this week.
22. Javonte Williams (RB16) at BUF – When we last saw Williams, he racked up 30 touches in Week 8.
23. Mike Evans (WR7) vs. TEN – He’s well on his way to another 1,000-yard season with 594 receiving yards through his first eight games.
24. Aaron Jones (RB17) at PIT – The Packers finally took the training wheels off and fed Jones 24 touches last week.
25. James Cook (RB18) vs. DEN – He’s only a between-the-20s back, but Cook remains in RB2 territory in a great matchup against the Broncos.
26. Adam Thielen (WR8) at CHI
27. Michael Pittman (WR9) at NE
28. Garrett Wilson (WR10) at LV
29. David Montgomery (RB19) at LAC
30. DeAndre Hopkins (WR11) at TB
32. Chris Olave (WR12) at MIN
33. Tee Higgins (WR13) vs. HOU
34. Alexander Mattison (RB21) vs. NO
35. Najee Harris (RB22) vs. GB
36. Davante Adams (WR14) vs. NYJ
37. Terry McLaurin (WR15) at SEA
38. D.J. Moore (WR16) vs. CAR
39. DK Metcalf (WR17) vs. WAS
40. Nico Collins (WR18) at CIN
41. Diontae Johnson (WR19) vs. GB
42. Christian Kirk (WR20) vs. SF
43. Sam LaPorta (TE1) at LAC
44. Tank Dell (WR21) at CIN – Don’t expect a repeat of last week’s performance, but Dell does trend up into WR2 territory this week.
45. Tyler Lockett (WR22) vs. WAS
46. Chris Godwin (WR23) vs. TEN
47. Chuba Hubbard (RB23) at CHI
48. Deebo Samuel (WR24) at JAC
49. Amari Cooper (WR25) at BAL
50. Marquise Brown (WR26) vs. ATL
51. Calvin Ridley (WR27) vs. SF
52. Jordan Addison (WR28) vs. NO
53. Mark Andrews (TE2) vs. CLE
54. Drake London (WR29) at ARI
56. Brian Robinson (RB24) at SEA
57. Dalton Kincaid (TE3) vs. DEN
58. Courtland Sutton (WR31) at BUF
59. Jaylen Warren (RB25) vs. GB
60. D'Onta Foreman (RB26) vs. CAR
61. T.J. Hockenson (TE4) vs. NO
62. Gabe Davis (WR32) vs. DEN
63. Demario Douglas (WR33) vs. IND – Douglas continues to trend up as he’s assumed the No. 1 receiver duties in New England.
64. George Kittle (TE5) at JAC
65. Evan Engram (TE6) vs. SF
66. Jerry Jeudy (WR34) at BUF
67. Dalton Schultz (TE7) at CIN
68. Jerome Ford (RB27) at BAL
69. Jahan Dotson (WR35) at SEA
70. Zay Flowers (WR36) vs. CLE
71. Jake Ferguson (TE8) vs. NYG
72. Jakobi Meyers (WR37) vs. NYJ
73. Tyler Boyd (WR38) vs. HOU
75. Trey McBride (TE9) vs. ATL
76. Taysom Hill (TE10) at MIN
77. Jaxon Smith-Njigba (WR39) vs. WAS
78. James Conner (RB29) vs. ATL
79. Romeo Doubs (WR40) at PIT
80. Tyler Allgeier (RB30) at ARI
81. Christian Watson (WR41) at PIT
82. Michael Thomas (WR42) at MIN
83. Devin Singletary (RB31) at CIN
84. Rashid Shaheed (WR43) at MIN
85. Khalil Shakir (WR44) vs. DEN
86. Ezekiel Elliott (RB32) vs. IND
87. Dameon Pierce (RB33) vs. CIN
88. Cole Kmet (TE11) vs. CAR
89. Quentin Johnston (WR45) vs. DET
90. Michael Wilson (WR46) vs. ATL
91. Elijah Moore (WR47) at BAL
92. Logan Thomas (TE12) at SEA
93. Jayden Reed (WR48) at PIT
94. Kyle Pitts (TE13) at ARI
95. Tyjae Spears (RB34) at TB
96. Zack Moss (RB35) at NE
97. Rondale Moore (WR49) vs. ATL
98. Josh Reynolds (WR50) at LAC
99. Khalil Herbert (RB36) vs. CAR
100. David Njoku (TE14) at BAL