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Toucher & Rich: Dave Richard’s Week 10 Fantasy Football Advice

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Taiwan Jones #36 of the Oakland Raiders runs twenty two yards for a touchdown against the New Orleans Saints in the third quarter. (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)

Taiwan Jones #36 of the Oakland Raiders runs twenty two yards for a touchdown against the New Orleans Saints in the third quarter. (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)

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It’s Thursday and CBS Sports’ Fantasy Football expert Dave Richard joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher & Rich for his weekly chat, getting fantasy owners ready for their Week 10 match ups and the season going forward.

Richard started things off discussing running backs and the fact that after the top nine or ten guys it’s really a mess. He recommends that if you have one of those top guys and you’re not carrying his backup then you might be screwed if you’re top guy goes down.

He goes on to say that if owners are looking for bye week help or a filler at the running back position try Taiwan Jones or Marcel Reese from Oakland.

Listen in as Richard takes calls from listeners and gives his best “who to start, who to sit” advice!

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