Las Vegas Raiders fantasy outlook: 2020 Week 10 Sit ‘Em or Start ‘Em
Henry Ruggs – Sit ‘Em
It was another game of near misses for Henry Ruggs, as he had another big play possibly ruled incomplete incorrectly against the Los Angeles Chargers. Ruggs was hit down the left sideline by Carr on what looked like a completion, but it was ruled out and not challenged by the Raiders.
Perhaps if the play happened at home they would have had the benefit of replay and could have made a better decision on challenging it.
Either way, Ruggs is just not getting the volume of targets that we would like to see so unless you’re desperate for a streaming option against a Broncos team has given up the eighth-most points to wide receivers, keep him on the bench. He could explode for 150 yards and two touchdowns like he did against Kansas City, but at this point it’s too hard to make that call.
Bryan Edwards – Sit ‘Em
Bryan Edwards played just one snap in Week 9 so the team is clearly bringing him back slowly so he is safe on the waiver wire for now. Keep an eye on him however for later in the year once his snap counts go back up to where they were in the first few weeks of the season.
Hunter Renfrow – Start ‘Em
Hunter Renfrow had another game with close to double digit scoring thanks primarily to one big catch in the third quarter. Renfrow was targeted just three times in a game where the Raiders only attempted 23 passes but he does just enough to stay fantasy relevant.
Keep him in mind as a possible FLEX play this week against a Broncos pass defense that is giving up 240 pass yards per game.
Nelson Agholor – Start ‘Em
Nelson Agholor continues to score big touchdowns for the Las Vegas Raiders as he put up his fourth in five games and his team-leading fifth on the year. Agholor was targeted just twice but thanks to his touchdown put up double-digit points in standard and PPR leagues.
Agholor is not getting the kind of volume to put him in the top 20 but he is in the top 50 thanks to his touchdown numbers and is a player that has a great connection with his quarterback. Keep rolling with Agholor and one of these days he’ll have another explosion like he did against Tampa Bay with 100-plus yards and a score.