Fantasy: Final Sunday/Monday rankings for NFL Week 10

Of his last 15 games at the Superdome, Saints QB Drew Brees has absurdly amassed 300 yards passing and/or three TD passes 14 times. During that prodigious stretch, Brees holds averages of 339 yards passing and 3.3 touchdowns.

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Here are four revised Sunday/Monday countdowns for fantasy Week 10 — involving quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers and tight ends (standard-scoring leagues).

Some of the rankings have been modified to support new developments from the NFL’s official injury list.

But as stated many times in this blog, I am not one to overreact to a star player listed as "questionable" prior to kickoff.

My rationale: If a guy practiced twice over the three-day period of Wednesday through Friday, I assume he’ll play and garner roughly 70 percent of his standard touches, targets or pass attempts.

As such, we’re not expecting Bills rookie Sammy Watkins (groin injury) to play against the Chiefs … which is a shame, since we had him pegged for a monster game.

Jay Clemons, the 2008 Fantasy Football Writer of the Year (Fantasy Sports Writers Association), can be reached via Twitter, day or night, at @FOX_JayClemons.