Ja'Marr Chase, Tee Higgins, Kenny Golladay, Kadarius Toney, Allen Robinson and Brandin Cooks will be missing on byes for Week 10, but wide receiver is deep enough to keep most of us from desperate straits.
Jamey Eisenberg has his Start and Sit calls for WR here. His Waiver Wire column also can direct you to the best options who may be still available. And don't forget to check out Heath Cummings' wide receiver preview for more help with matchup notes, Week 9 numbers to know and more.
SEA Seattle • #16
Age: 29 • Experience: 7 yrs.
Lockett comes off his bye with Russell Wilson (finger) back for the Seahawks, and hopefully the two can connect in a big way again. Lockett had at least 26 PPR points in two of the four games Wilson finished this season, and there should be some chances for Wilson and Lockett to connect down the field this week against a potentially weakened Packers secondary due to injuries. I like Lockett as a solid No. 2 Fantasy receiver in all leagues.
MIA Miami • #17
Age: 23 • Experience: Rookie
Waddle has been great for PPR Fantasy managers as the lead receiver for the Dolphins this season, especially with DeVante Parker (shoulder) and Will Fuller (finger) out. Waddle has at least 15 PPR points in three of his past four games, and he has at least eight targets in each outing over that span. This week he's facing a Ravens secondary that has allowed three receivers to score at least 13 PPR points in the past two games against the Bengals and Vikings. For the season, seven receivers have scored at least 13 PPR points against Baltimore, and Waddle has top-15 upside in PPR this week.
LV Las Vegas • #13
Age: 26 • Experience: 3 yrs.
In the first game for the Raiders without Henry Ruggs III, Renfrow stepped up in Week 9 at the Giants with seven catches for 49 yards and a touchdown on nine targets. He now has five games this season with at least eight targets, and he's scored at least 12 PPR points in four of them. He should continue to get plenty of chances against the Chiefs, and Renfrow should be a starter in all PPR leagues. In any other format, consider Renfrow as a quality flex play.
Jerry Jeudy WR
DEN Denver • #10
Age: 22 • Experience: 2 yrs.
It feels like Jeudy is on the verge of a big game, and this is a good spot to make it happen against the Eagles at home. Philadelphia will take away the big play for the Broncos, so look for Teddy Bridgewater to feature Jeudy in the middle of the field. He just had eight targets at Dallas in Week 9 and finished with six catches for 69 yards, and hopefully this is the week where he scores his first touchdown of the season. Jeudy has top-20 upside in all leagues in Week 10.
Cole Beasley WR
BUF Buffalo • #11
Age: 32 • Experience: 10 yrs.
Beasley continues to be a target hog for the Bills, and hopefully, he stays hot this week against the Jets. He has at least nine targets in three games in a row, and he's averaging 17.7 PPR points over that span. Last year at the Jets, Beasley had 11 catches for 112 yards, and it would be great to see a repeat performance. The Jets have allowed five receivers to score at least 13 PPR points against them in the past three games, so look for Beasley, Stefon Diggs and Emmanuel Sanders to all have the chance for quality production this week.
Marvin Jones WR
JAC Jacksonville • #11
Age: 31 • Experience: 10 yrs.
If there ever was a week for Jones, Jamal Agnew and Laviska Shenault to step up, this is it. The Colts pass defense is bad, and Indianapolis has allowed the most touchdowns to opposing wide receivers this season with 15. The Colts are also in the top 10 in receptions (124) and yards (1,586) allowed to receivers, so hopefully the Jaguars take advantage of this opportunity. Jones only has one game with more than eight PPR points in his past five outings, but he has the most upside of this group. Agnew has actually been a pleasant surprise of late with at least 12 PPR points in two of his past three games. And Shenault is tough to trust with no receiving touchdowns on the season and just six catches for 37 yards on eight targets in the past two weeks, but the matchup makes all three viable this week. I like Jones as a low-end starter in all leagues, Agnew as a low-end No. 3 receiver in all leagues and Shenault as a flier in deeper formats.
Russell Gage WR
ATL Atlanta • #14
Age: 26 • Experience: 4 yrs.
We don't know when Calvin Ridley (personal) will return for the Falcons, but hopefully Gage will continue to be productive in his absence, including this week against the Cowboys. He had seven catches for 64 yards on eight targets at New Orleans in Week 9, and he's now scored at least 13 PPR points in two of his past three games. Dallas has allowed four receivers to score at least 12 PPR points in the past three games, and hopefully Gage continues to be a nice complement to Kyle Pitts while Ridley is out. In deeper leagues, you can look at Olamide Zaccheaus, who just had three catches for 58 yards and two touchdowns on three targets against the Saints.
NO New Orleans • #11
Age: 24 • Experience: 3 yrs.
It's tough to trust any of the Saints receivers, especially with Trevor Siemian under center, but this is a great matchup against the Titans in Week 10. Tennessee has allowed the most receptions (153) and yards (1,962) to receivers this season, and the Titans are tied for third with 12 touchdowns allowed to the position. I wouldn't be surprised if either Marquez Callaway, Tre'Quan Smith or Harris step up this week, and Harris has 15 targets in his past two games. He's converted that to just nine catches, 87 yards and no touchdowns, but it's clear that Siemian is looking for him, which could prove beneficial this week against the Titans.
DAL Dallas • #13
Age: 25 • Experience: 4 yrs.
Gallup is expected to play in Week 10 after injuring his calf in Week 1. Hopefully, he can pick up where he left off. In the season opener at Tampa Bay, Gallup had four catches for 36 yards on seven targets in just the first half. We know there are a lot of mouths to feed in Dallas with Amari Cooper, CeeDee Lamb, Dalton Schultz and Ezekiel Elliott, but Gallup will still get attention from Dak Prescott. This week against the Falcons, Gallup could be a sneaky No. 3 Fantasy receiver in all leagues, and this is a homecoming game for him since he was born in Atlanta. Just keep an eye on the practice reports to make sure he's active prior to Sunday's game.
DEN Denver • #14
Age: 26 • Experience: 4 yrs.
In three games with Jerry Jeudy on the field this season, Sutton has been a non-factor. He's combined for four catches, 63 yards and no touchdowns on just nine targets in those three outings, and Sutton has also been outplayed by Tim Patrick in the past two games. It's tough to trust Sutton this week against the Eagles, who have been great this season at limiting big plays down the field. Philadelphia is No. 5 in fewest Fantasy points allowed to opposing receivers, and Sutton and Patrick could be limited this week, while Jeudy likely thrives. I would only use Sutton as a low-end No. 3 Fantasy receiver in most formats.
CLE Cleveland • #80
Age: 29 • Experience: 8 yrs.
The knee injury Landry is dealing with might be slowing him down, and he's struggled to be productive this season. He comes into Week 10 at the Patriots with a combined 21 PPR points in his past three games, and it's tough to trust him in this matchup. I'm still hopeful he can start producing at a high level with Odell Beckham no longer in Cleveland, but he has to prove himself first. And I'd also be skeptical of Donovan Peoples-Jones this week in New England. While he should be added in all leagues, I don't expect Peoples-Jones to have a big outing in this matchup on the road.
Elijah Moore WR
NYJ N.Y. Jets • #8
Age: 21 • Experience: Rookie
I want to roster Moore in all leagues since the Jets face Miami in Week 11 and Houston in Week 12, but I don't want to trust him or Corey Davis (hip) if he plays this week against Buffalo. The Bills allow the fewest Fantasy points to opposing receivers, and they should be able to contain this Jets passing attack. Moore has done well recently with at least 12 PPR points in each of his past two games, and he has 14 targets over that span. But that was against Cincinnati and Indianapolis, and this is a big step up in competition. Buffalo also should be angry coming off a loss, and the Bills should make things tough on the Jets offense.
ARI Arizona • #13
Age: 25 • Experience: 4 yrs.
Kirk did great in Week 9 at San Francisco when DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) and A.J. Green (illness) were both out, and we'll see if either of them can return this week, as well as Kyler Murray (ankle). Kirk had six catches for 91 yards on six targets from Colt McCoy, and he's now scored at least 15 PPR points in three of his past four games. He has a tough matchup in Week 10 against the Panthers, who are No. 4 in fewest Fantasy points allowed to opposing receivers. I view Kirk as more of a bust alert this week, but he's just a No. 3 Fantasy receiver at best in the majority of leagues.
PHI Philadelphia • #6
Age: 23 • Experience: Rookie
Smith was great in Week 9 against the Chargers with five catches for 116 yards and a touchdown on six targets, and hopefully that's a game he can build on for the rest of the season. But I'm not willing to call him a must-start receiver just yet. It was only his second touchdown of the season and first since Week 1. He also scored 11 PPR points or less in three games in a row prior to Week 9, and he doesn't have an easy matchup in Week 10 against the Broncos. Denver has allowed just three touchdowns to opposing receivers in the past three games against Cleveland, Washington and Dallas, and the guys who scored were DeAndre Carter and Malik Turner (twice). The standout receivers of Beckham, Landry, Terry McLaurin, Amari Cooper and CeeDee Lamb combined for just 26 PPR points, and Smith could struggle in this matchup.
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