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The most important position on the field is the quarterback, and here are a few notable quarterbacks you should start and bench for Week 10 of the 2014 NFL season:


Peyton Manning

This is the most obvious one. Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos are coming off a loss to the New England Patriots, and they won't lose two games in a row. This week, the Broncos face the 0-8 Oakland Raiders, who are widely regarded as the worst team in all of football. Since entering the AFC West, Manning has yet to lose against the Raiders even once. Expect to Manning to put up extremely high Fantasy Football numbers against a terrible football team.

Ben Roethlisberger

Ben Roethlisberger has been playing amazing lately. The last two games Roethlisberger has thrown six touchdown passes in each game, an NFL record. Roethlisberger also has 22 touchdowns and just three interceptions this entire season, and he is set to put up career highs across the board. This week Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers face the 1-8 New York Jets. Expect Roethlisberger to have another great game.

Carson Palmer

The Arizona Cardinals have the best record in the entire NFL. Much of that is thanks to quarterback Carson Palmer, who has 11 touchdowns and just two interceptions this season. It's also worth noting that Palmer is undefeated this season at 5-0 as the Cardinals starting quarterback. Palmer and the Cardinals face the St. Louis Rams this week, and they would love to get their second division win of the season.

Aaron Rodgers

This, like Peyton Manning, should be a slam dunk. Rodgers always plays great against the Chicago Bears and that terrible defense. The Packers already defeated the Bears in Chicago, so Fantasy owners can expect big numbers from Rodgers at home this week. Cutler turning the over the ball frequently also gives Rodgers more opportunities to score. Rodgers has 19 touchdowns to just three interceptions this season, and his team is coming off a bye week ready to go.


Jay Cutler

Jay Cutler seems to be regressing. Not only that, but he's facing the Green bay Packers in Week 10 on Sunday Night Football. Despite this being an all-time great rivalry, Cutler plays his worst against the Packers. Cutler is just 1-10 against the Packers, including a 38-17 beat down in Week 3 at Soldier Field. Aaron Rodgers will outplay (as always) Cutler, and the Packers will beat the Bears, as usual at home at Lambeau Field.

Alex Smith

Alex Smith is a good quarterback, and he's done a good job for the Kansas City Chiefs this season. But for Week 10, against the Buffalo Bills, it may be safer to sit him. The Bills have the No. 8 overall defense, and they rank first in interceptions season. Not a great recipe for opposing quarterbacks The Bills are 5-3 coming off a bye week where they should be prepared and ready to go. The Chiefs will also depend a lot on their running backs such as Jamaal Charles and Knile Davis.

Colin Kaepernick

Something just isn't right with the San Francisco 49ers this season. The team is 4-4 after eight games of play, and Colin Kaepernick is missing wide open passes. This week the 49ers have to face the New Orleans Saints in New Orleans. The Saints aren't an elite team, but they are pretty much unbeatable at home. Drew Brees will probably steal the show in this NFC match-up.

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