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The Best and Worst Fantasy WR Matchups in Week 10 Based on Corners - Jeff Ratcliffe
With Jay Ajayi surging, the Dolphins are leaning more on their run game. That’s not a good thing if you still hope for a Parker breakout. It isn’t likely to come, especially this week. Parker projects to see Casey Hayward in coverage. The former Packers corner has performed well this season, allowing a catch on just 59.3 percent of his routes covered.

Best one-on-one matchups for NFL Week 10 - Nathan Jahnke
Riding the momentum of three straight wins, can the Miami Dolphins’ offense overtake a stout San Diego defensive unit? Jarvis Landry will look to do his damage mainly from the slot, where Chargers CB Brandon Flowers has played nearly 73 percent of his coverage snaps this season.

30 PFF Stats To Know For NFL Week 10 - Nathan Jahnke
After a disappointing rookie season, Chargers RB Melvin Gordon has been among the most-improved players in the NFL. After not scoring a rushing touchdown in 2015, he has nine after nine weeks this year, tied for the most in the NFL. He is doing well despite sub-par run blocking in front of him, mainly because he’s been able to make defenders miss. This week, Gordon faces a Miami team whose strength is fighting the run, thanks to players like Ndamukong Suh, Mario Williams, and Andre Branch. The Dolphins have faced some of the better rushing attacks in the league this season, but have been inconsistent when it comes to stopping them.

Watch the 'Epic in Miami' for Free (Full Game) -
With the San Diego Chargers taking on the Miami Dolphins this Sunday, this is the perfect time to look back at one of the most memorable games in league history: the Chargers' epic victory over Miami in the 1982 divisional playoff game.

Chargers have a running chance - Kevin Acee (UT$)
"Obviously, (Gordon) finishing the game was pretty special," Whisenhunt said. "… It goes a long way towards building a mentality with your football team. It’s easy to say you should finish it off every week like that. It’s not easy. It’s hard to do that. Our guys were in a groove, they worked hard and it was really good to be able to finish that way for a change."