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Fantasy Football start/sit, NFL Week 10: New York Giants edition

Which New York Giants to start and which to sit for Week 10.

Andre Brown is a good fantasy play for a simple reason -- he scores touchdowns.
Andre Brown is a good fantasy play for a simple reason -- he scores touchdowns.
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The NFL season is entering Week 10, and as you set your Fantasy Football lineups (you know you have more than one) here is some advice on which New York Giants to start, and which ones to sit on your virtual bench.

Start

Eli Manning -- The Giants quarterback has not thrown a touchdown pass in two weeks and is coming off an awful 10-for-24, 125-yard performance. He is way, way better than that.

Victor Cruz -- Had admitted he is seeing a lot more double teams and physical coverage. He is still Manning's go-to guy, however.

Andre Brown -- Has scored touchdowns the past two weeks. Even with limited carries he can get you points because of that.

Martellus Bennett -- The Giants need to spread the ball around better than they have the past couple of weeks. Bennett could be a huge beneficiary if they do that.

Sit

Hakeem Nicks -- He has not been very productive lately and now he is back on the injury report with swelling in his knee. He isn't a good play.

Ahmad Bradshaw -- Has only 169 yards on 49 carries (3.4 yards per attempt) his last three games, and the Giants have been replacing him on the goal with Brown. He isn't completely healthy, and he isn't a good play.