Chiefs vs. Steelers: Fantasy football projections featuring Isaac Redman, Jamaal Charles, Emmanuel Sanders

Gregory Shamus

We break down the pertinent fantasy projections for the Week 10 matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Pittsburgh Steelers.

The Pittsburgh Steelers host the Kansas City Chiefs in a game that could be a potential blowout, but even still offers some chances for points on both sides of the fantasy equation. To help you prepare your fantasy football lineup for this final matchup, we've got player projections courtesy of numberFire.

Kansas City Chiefs

The Chiefs could be looking at a potential blowout in Pittsburgh, but that does not mean they lack fantasy options. Dwayne Bowe has become a great garbage time receiver, hauling in some late yards and scores to salvage his fantasy day. Even though the Steelers are sizable favorites, their defense is not quite the steel curtain of years past.

In this case, the only thing impacting a big game from Jamaal Charles has to be Romeo Crennel. Charles remains a guy worth starting, but it's hard to tell what to expect from the coaching staff.

Pittsburgh Steelers

This is a game where you want to be starting most of the Steelers skill position players. Antonio Brown is out, which means Emmanuel Sanders gains value. The big question mark for tonight is the running back situation. Isaac Redman is expected to start, but Jonathan Dwyer is likely to be active. If Dwyer is active, it will impact Redman's touches, but we just don't know how much.

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