Fantasy Football Podcast: Barkley, Kamara, Johnson falter more from Week 10

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Alvin Kamara. Saquon Barkley. David Johnson. There is no doubt that these three names were among the first six or seven picks in your league. Yet today, Kamara was only RB14 on the week and Barkley & Johnson...you don't want to know (1:21).

Liz Loza and Matt Harmon discuss these star running back performances and much more in the latest fantasy football podcast.

Moving from the broad strokes of disappointing RBs to recapping the Sunday games:

- O.J. Howard made an extremely rare appearance in the Buccaneers' win over the Cardinals (19:26)

- Is it Rashard Higgins time in Cleveland after the Browns beat the Bills? (24:50) 

- Ryan Tannehill turned some heads in Tennessee's upset victory over the Chiefs (27:50)

- Taylor Gabriel finally found the end zone in Lions @ Bears (34:30)

- Baltimore thrashed the Bengals as Lamar Jackson continues to be the most exciting player in the NFL (37:45)

- Don't let the Steelers fool you, their offense is still bad (41:30)

- Did Kalen Ballage establish himself as the starter in Miami? (45:10)

- Carolina @ Green Bay: what really constitutes a snow game? (48:30)

Saquon Barkley, Alvin Kamara & David Johnson all disappointed fantasy owners this Sunday. (Photo credits L to R: Gregory Fisher, Chris Graythen, Roy K. Miller/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)
Saquon Barkley, Alvin Kamara & David Johnson all disappointed fantasy owners this Sunday. (Photo credits L to R: Gregory Fisher, Chris Graythen, Roy K. Miller/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

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