New England Patriots: Week 10 fantasy projection for Tom Brady

(Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)
(Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images) /

As we head into Week 10 of the fantasy football season, what can we expect from New England Patriots quarterback, Tom Brady?

The New England Patriots will be seeking their seventh straight win against the Tennessee Titans. While the Titans are coming off a nice win against the Dallas Cowboys, the Patriots are still touchdown favorites on the road.

After a big showdown against Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers, Tom Brady will be looking to have another big game against some of his former teammates, who now play on the Titans.

The matchup this week doesn’t have as much appeal as it did last week for fantasy football owners. However, owners of Brady will be hoping for another big week. Last week against the Packers, Brady totaled 294 passing yards with one touchdown pass. While many likely hoped that he could have threw another touchdown pass or two, it was a very solid game.

So far this season, the Titans have done well against opposing quarterbacks in fantasy. However, Tom Brady has proven to be matchup proof throughout his career. Over the past fives games, Brady has been playing at a really high level.

While there were some struggles early on this season for the Patriots, Brady and the offense are rolling now. In the last five games, Brady has thrown for over 275 yards in each of them. Unfortunately for fantasy owners of Brady, there hasn’t been a ton of passing touchdowns. During that five-game span, Brady has totaled just eight passing touchdowns.

Next. Ranking the 30 greatest Patriots of all-time. dark

The red zone offense for the Patriots has not been great, and that could be due to Rob Gronkowski missing some time recently. While the Patriots have struggled to get the ball in the end zone through the air a bit, they are moving it very well. As the Patriots look to keep the winning streak alive, Brady should once again have a good game.

Projection: 280 passing yards and two passing touchdowns.