Fantasy Football: Which Teams Are Projected to Score Most in Week 10?

The last time we saw a team projected to score as many points as the Saints are projected to score on the Falcons in Week 10 was when the Chiefs laid an egg at home against the Colts back in Week 5.

Those with New Orleans players on their fantasy teams are hoping the same thing doesn’t happen in the Superdome with the Saints being the only team projected to score more than 30 points in Week 10.

Sportsbooks can give us important insight for fantasy football, and maybe the most important takeaway is using betting lines to see which NFL teams oddsmakers have as the highest and lowest scoring teams in their projections each week.

By doing a little simple math with the over/unders and spreads of each game, you can calculate what the sportsbooks project each team to score in any given game.

In the fantasy industry, we call this an ‘implied team total’.

These can fluctuate a couple points in each direction every week as kickoffs approach, but for the most part, it gives a general idea, which teams and games offer the best chance for a lot of points.

A lot of points in real life means a lot of points in fantasy football too.

Use implied team totals as a general guide if you are debating between two players on your roster to start. Do not use them in lieu of fantasy rankings you trust, even if one player’s team is projected to score a lot of points and the other’s team not much.

Snaps and touches are still our primary concern in fantasy, but if the projections for a player are close, it might be worth taking a shot at the player who is in a game projected to be higher scoring, giving him better odds of scoring a touchdown.

Here are the implied team totals for Week 10 of the 2019 NFL season:

NFL Week 10 Implied Team Totals

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