Week 10: Start 'Em
On a team that has lacked consistency on defense and in the running game, Nate Washington has been one of the only consistent players for the Titans this season. Averaging over 3 receptions for over 50 yards per game, Washington leads the Titans in receptions, yards, and touchdowns. This week Nate faces a great match up when the Titans meet the Miami Dolphins, who are giving up the 3rd most passing yards per game (298 per). With a juicy match up like that, got to have Nate in the lineup as either a WR3 or a flex.
Like the Vikings, Kyle Rudolph started out the season with a bang, scoring 5 touchdowns in the first six games, but since then has gone quiet, not even catching a pass in two of the last three games. The Vikings say they are still very intent on having Rudolph be a part of the offense, so most likely his drop off is more to do with the poor play of QB Christian Ponder. Normally Ponder's go to guy for first downs and big plays is Percy Harvin who, as of press time, was looking doubtful to play this week. If Harvin does in fact sit out, give a big boost to all the receivers, especially Rudolph who has already built up trust with Ponder earlier in the season. If you need a TE this week, Rudolph is definitely worthy of a start.