Fantasy Football 2011: Week 10 DEF/ST Rankings

Linebacker Jarret Johnson #95 and the Baltimore Ravens are our #1 ranked fantasy defense for Week 10. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)

Defense to start: Baltimore Ravens - Baltimore has only been allowing 16.3 points a game this season. They face Seattle and I'm expecting a dominating performance. I think Baltimore will hold them under 10 points and score a return touchdown.

Defenses to avoid: Arizona Cardinals - The Cardinals travel to Philadelphia and face a team that will be very motivated to stay in the playoff picture. They also have been giving up 117 yards a game on the ground, which means LeSean McCoy will probably have a big game.

Cleveland Browns - Cleveland has been a pretty good defense this season but they do give up a ton of yards on the ground. Their opponent this week is St. Louis and I see a huge day for Steven Jackson on the ground. It would be best to use another defense this week.

Minnesota Vikings - The Vikings defense has performed pretty well at times but their secondary is not very strong. With a trip to Green Bay on tap and the points they produce, the Minnesota defense needs to be avoided.

All 32 team defenses ranked following the jump.

Team Opp.
1. Baltimore Ravens SEA
2. Philadelphia Eagles ARZ
3. Green Bay Packers MIN
4. San Francisco 49ers NYG
5. Houston Texans TB
6. New York Giants SF
7. Detroit Lions CHI
8. Kansas City Chiefs DEN
9. St. Louis Rams CLE
10. Miami Dolphins WAS
11. Dallas Cowboys BUF
12. San Diego Chargers OAK
13. Pittsburgh Steelers CIN
14. Jacksonville Jaguars IND
15. Cincinnati Bengals PIT
16. Washington Redskins MIA
17. Chicago Bears DET
18. New England Patriots NYJ
19. New York Jets NE
20. Denver Broncos KC
21. Cleveland Browns STL
22. Indianapolis Colts JAX
23. Oakland Raiders SD
24. Buffalo Bills DAL
25. Tennessee Titans CAR
26. New Orleans Saints ATL
27. Seattle Seahawks BAL
28. Minnesota Vikings GB
29. Tampa Bay Buccaneers HOU
30. Atlanta Falcons NO
31. Carolina Panthers TEN
32. Arizona Cardinals PHI

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