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5 NFL Quarterbacks Primed For Bounce-Back Performances In Week 10

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5 NFL Quarterbacks Primed For Bounce-Back Performances In Week 10

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To all of you who like the quarterbacks, this slideshow is for you. I'll be making a list on five quarterbacks who will have bounce back performances in their Week 10 matchups. The following will be my criteria in coming up with said list.

First and foremost, anyone who had a bad performance in Week 9 is obviously eligible to be a bounce-back candidate. Joe Flacco is a good example in this case. Of course, anyone who had a good performance like Nick Foles wouldn't make a whole lot of sense. Any quarterbacks who are returning from injuries like Jay Cutler are eligible, as are any QBs who are coming off the bye. Someone like Peyton Manning wouldn't be eligible, though, because he had a good performance in his last game.

The final bit of criteria I'm using are quarterbacks who had not so good performances even in a winning effort. This goes more for the fantasy football people because a lot of people care more about fantasy football than real football. You all know it's true. Also a quarterback is not eligible for this list if his name is Seneca Wallace, sorry Green Bay Packer fans.

The following five quarterbacks will have nice bounce-back games in this upcoming Week 10. Whether it be a winning performance in real life or piling up points in fantasy football. Enjoy the show and as always, I welcome any constructive feedback in the comments below or one of my social media sites also listed below.

Dan Abeshouse is an NFL Writer for Rantsports.com. Follow him on Twitter @Danabeshouse82, Like him on Facebook and add him to your network on Google

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Robert Griffin III

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Robert Griffin III led the Washington Redskins to victory in an overtime thriller against the San Diego Chargers last week -- let's give credit where it's due. From a fantasy perspective, Griffin didn't do a whole lot as all the Redskins touchdowns were rushing, three of which were by another backup running back. Luckily this week Griffin goes up against a Minnesota Vikings team that gives up a lot of points.

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E.J.Manuel

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Buffalo Bills fans are probably happy that they won't have to see any more of Jeff Tuel; I would be. E.J. Manuel returns this week against a Pittsburgh Steelers' defense that got tore up by Tom Brady. Granted, Manuel is no Brady, but he should have a nice performance and could be a nice bye week replacement as far as fantasy football is concerned.

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Andy Dalton

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Andy Dalton went from a win and five touchdowns in Week 8 to a loss and no touchdowns in Week 9. Not to mention losing on a walk-off safety in overtime. Dalton should have a better performance this week against a Baltimore Ravens team that gave up three touchdown passes to Jason Campbell last week.

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Joe Flacco

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Flacco certainly gave all the haters plenty of ammunition after a less-than-stellar performance against the Cleveland Browns. Flacco was off target and made some puzzling decisions. The Ravens will be playing in Baltimore, where he generally performs better. If the O-line gives him some time, Flacco could exploit the weak Cincinnati Bengals' secondary.

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Eli Manning

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Good ole Eli Manning was on bye last week. His last game was a 15-7 win over the Philadelphia Eagles, a game that was more about how bad the Eagles were on offense with Matt Barkley at the helm. Manning has the potential for possibly his biggest game of the season against an Oakland Raiders team that gave up seven touchdown passes to Nick Foles this past Sunday.