I'll be honest with you, this isn't the best week on the waiver wire because of the lack of star players to add. But there are still ways for you to enhance your Fantasy roster -- in Week 10 and beyond.
Your best options will likely be at wide receiver and tight end. Guys like Darnell Mooney (65 percent rostered on CBS Sports), Mecole Hardman (56 percent rostered), Donovan Peoples-Jones (23 percent) and Terrace Marshall (25 percent), among others, could be No. 3 Fantasy receivers this week. And it's time to speculate on adding Odell Beckham (33 percent) in case he signs with a team in the near future.
At tight end, Greg Dulcich (49 percent) can be a rest-of-season starter, and I love the matchup for Cade Otton (17 percent) this week against Seattle. It helps that Otton also had a big game in Week 9 against the Rams. And it might be time to buy back into a preseason favorite in Cole Kmet, who is finally showing signs of life as Justin Fields is breaking out in Chicago.
Running back isn't completely void of options, especially if the Colts are without Jonathan Taylor (ankle) and Deon Jackson (knee) this week at Las Vegas, leaving Jordan Wilkins (1 percent) as a potential flex option in the majority of leagues. I'd also want to stash guys like Rachaad White (61 percent) and Chuba Hubbard (60 percent) where available, and you should speculate on the Broncos backfield with Latavius Murray (43 percent) and Chase Edmonds (44 percent).
We'll go through other players to add at running back, wide receiver and tight end below, as well as options to consider at quarterback, DST and kicker. Despite the lack of star power on the waiver wire this week, there are still four teams on a bye (Baltimore, New England, Cincinnati and the Jets) and plenty of injuries. Expect to be active with the purpose of making your Fantasy roster better with the playoffs approaching.
Editor's note: For this waiver wire column, we are only looking at players rostered in less than 65 percent of CBS Sports leagues.
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Week 10 Waivers
- On a bye: Lamar Jackson, Joe Burrow, Mac Jones, Zach Wilson
- Injuries: Josh Allen (elbow), Ryan Tannehill (ankle), Matt Ryan (shoulder) and Carson Wentz (finger).
- Check to see if available: Trevor Lawrence (82 percent rostered), Matthew Stafford (77 percent) and Jared Goff (71 percent). Lawrence can be a starter in deeper leagues in Week 10 at the Chiefs. He scored at least 18 Fantasy points in three of his past four games, and Kansas City has allowed all but two quarterbacks this season to score at least 20 Fantasy points. ... It won't be easy to trust Stafford this week, even in deeper leagues, since he only has one game with more than 19 Fantasy points this season. And he only scored nine Fantasy points at Arizona in Week 3, although he should have probably connected with Cooper Kupp on two touchdowns. For the rematch, the Cardinals have allowed three quarterbacks in a row to score at least 24 Fantasy points, and I wouldn't be shocked if this is one of Stafford's best games this year. ... Goff hasn't topped 19 Fantasy points since Week 4, and he only has one game with multiple touchdowns since then. But the reason he's listed here is the hope he takes advantage of the matchup with the Bears. Chicago has allowed 59 Fantasy points in the past two games against Dak Prescott and Tua Tagovailoa, and Goff could be a low-end starter in deeper leagues.
- Drop candidates: Aaron Rodgers (99 percent rostered). Rodgers has failed to take advantage of good matchups, and it was frustrating to see him score just 15 Fantasy points at Detroit in Week 9. He's now gone four games in a row with 19 Fantasy points or less, and he hasn't topped 20 points this season. He faces Dallas in Week 10, Tennessee in Week 11 and Philadelphia in Week 12, and those should be challenging matchups for him. It's time to move on from Rodgers for this year.
SF San Francisco • #10
Age: 31 • Experience: 9 yrs.
Let's hope Garoppolo can stay hot coming off his bye in Week 9 because he scored at least 20 Fantasy points in four games in a row. He doesn't have an easy matchup in Week 10 against the Chargers, who have only allowed two quarterbacks to score more than 17 Fantasy points this season, and their run defense is awful. But I'll gamble on Garoppolo as a low-end starter in all leagues given his recent track record, especially if Deebo Samuel (hamstring) is healthy. Garoppolo is worth adding for up to 5 percent of your remaining FAB.
DEN Denver • #3
Age: 34 • Experience: 11 year
Wilson hasn't played well this season, scoring more than 19 Fantasy points just once, but hopefully he'll perform better coming off his bye in Week 9. He's worth adding in deeper leagues based on his matchup with the Titans. Tennessee allows an average of 22 Fantasy points per game to opposing quarterbacks, and only Matt Ryan in Week 7 and Davis Mills in Week 8 failed to score at least 19 Fantasy points against this defense. Wilson is worth adding for up to 5 percent of your remaining FAB.
Daniel Jones QB
NYG N.Y. Giants • #8
Age: 25 • Experience: 4 yrs.
The Giants are coming off their bye in Week 9, and hopefully Jones can get back on track. He struggled in Week 8 at Seattle with just nine Fantasy points, but prior to that he scored at least 20 Fantasy points in two of his previous four games. He's worth using in deeper leagues this week against the Texans at home, and hopefully he'll get back to using his legs. He has three games this season with at least 68 rushing yards, and he's averaging 20.7 Fantasy points per game over that span. Jones is worth 1 percent of your remaining FAB.
CLE Cleveland • #4
Age: 27 • Experience: 6 yrs.
It's time to stash Watson where he's still available. He's eligible to play in Week 13 when his suspension ends, and he could be a No. 1 Fantasy quarterback in all leagues to close the season. If you have an open roster spot, especially if your quarterback situation is bad, then find a way to add Watson now for 1 percent of your remaining FAB.
Case Keenum QB
BUF Buffalo • #18
Age: 34 • Experience: 10 yrs.
Keenum could be called upon to start for the Bills with Josh Allen (elbow) hurt. While we don't want to see that, Keenum could be an option in Superflex or two-quarterback leagues against the Vikings in Week 10. It would be a revenge game for Keenum, who spent 2017 in Minnesota and had his best year, averaging 18.7 Fantasy points per game. And he should have a rapport with Stefon Diggs since the two were together with the Vikings as well. Keenum is worth at least 15 percent of your remaining FAB in Superflex and two-quarterback leagues.
- On a bye: Joe Mixon, Rhamondre Stevenson, Damien Harris, Michael Carter, James Robinson, Gus Edwards and Kenyan Drake.
- Injuries: Aaron Jones (ankle), Jonathan Taylor (ankle), Ezekiel Elliott (knee), Damien Harris (illness), Gus Edwards (hamstring), Chuba Hubbard (ankle), J.K. Dobbins (knee), Elijah Mitchell (knee), Joshua Kelley (knee), Kyren Williams (ankle), Mark Ingram (knee), J.D. McKissic (neck) and Damien Williams (ribs).
- Check to see if available: Jeff Wilson (80 percent rostered) and Alexander Mattison (67 percent). Wilson would be the No. 1 player to add this week where he's still available. He could be the No. 1 running back in Miami following his trade from the 49ers to the Dolphins last week. In his first game in Week 9 at Chicago, Wilson had nine carries for 51 yards, along with three catches for 21 yards and a touchdown on three targets. He outplayed Raheem Mostert (nine carries for 26 yards and a touchdown and no catches on two targets) against the Bears, and Wilson also played one more snap than Mostert, which could be a sign of things to come. ... Mattison should be rostered in all leagues just in case something happens to Dalvin Cook. If Mattison were to start at any point this season he would be a top-10 running back in all leagues.
- Drop candidates:Clyde Edwards-Helaire (99 percent rostered), Eno Benjamin (87 percent) and Nyheim Hines (78 percent). If you want to stash Edwards-Helaire with the hope he re-emerges as the best running back for the Chiefs then go ahead, but this three-headed committee is currently not working for him. He's now gone four games in a row with nine PPR points or less, and in three of those games he has nine or fewer touches. In Week 9 against the Titans, Edwards-Helaire had four carries for 5 yards and one catch for 14 yards on two targets and played a season-low 17 percent of the snaps. We'll see what happens for him, Isiah Pacheco and Jerick McKinnon for the rest of the year, but moving on from Edwards-Helaire makes sense if someone is on waivers who can better help your Fantasy team. ... Benjamin can be held as a handcuff for James Conner if you want, but Conner returned in Week 9 against Seattle and sent Benjamin into a clear reserve role with four carries for 12 yards and one catch for 15 yards. Conner played 71 percent of the snaps to just 27 percent for Benjamin. Given Conner's injury history, Benjamin could return as a viable Fantasy option at any point. But in shallow leagues, there are probably better options on the waiver wire than Benjamin with similar upside. ... I'm hopeful Hines gets a prominent role with the Bills following his trade last week, but his first outing against the Jets in Week 9 wasn't encouraging. He was the No. 3 running back behind Devin Singletary and James Cook and played just four snaps with no touches and one target. I'm sure he'll get worked into the offense with more practice time, but he might never get enough touches to trust using him in the majority of leagues while Singletary is healthy.
PIT Pittsburgh • #30
Age: 24 • Experience: Rookie
Steelers coach Mike Tomlin hinted Tuesday that he might consider giving Warren additional work at the expense of Najee Harris, and you should plan on adding Warren in all leagues. "We've got some awesome contributions from Jaylen, and it's reasonable to expect that to continue," Tomlin said. "I know that, like I mentioned when we're talking about a division of labor and who's done what and who's done what well, I know that was a topic of discussion and very evident in our tape review." While Warren won't completely replace Harris as the main running back in Pittsburgh, it's worth picking up Warren now to see what happens heading into Week 10 against the Saints. In the Steelers' last game before their bye in Week 8 at Philadelphia, Warren had six carries for 50 yards, along with three catches for 25 yards on three targets. He's worth adding for at least 10 percent of your remaining FAB.
IND Indianapolis • #20
Age: 28 • Experience: 5 yrs.
Wilkins could be the starting running back for the Colts this week at Las Vegas with Jonathan Taylor (ankle) and Deon Jackson (knee) banged up. I'm not sure, given the coaching change in Indianapolis, if Wilkins will get the majority of touches or share with Zack Moss (7 percent rostered) or Phillip Lindsay (3 percent). Moss was inactive in his first game with the Colts in Week 9 at New England, and Wilkins ended up as the lead running back for Indianapolis behind Jackson with three carries for 13 yards, along with four catches for 15 yards on five targets. This offense is in disarray, so Wilkins would be a flex option at best if he starts against the Raiders. But given the potential volume, he's worth adding in all leagues for 5-10 percent of your remaining FAB.
CAR Carolina • #30
Age: 23 • Experience: 2 yrs.
Hubbard was limited in practice Monday with the ankle injury that has kept him out for the past two games, and we'll see if he can play Thursday against the Falcons. While D'Onta Foreman has established himself as the lead running back for the Panthers, Hubbard will definitely have a role -- and maybe a prominent one. In the first game without Christian McCaffrey in Week 7 against Tampa Bay, Hubbard had nine carries for 63 yards and a touchdown, along with two catches for 10 yards on three targets in tandem with Foreman before getting hurt. We'll see what happens when both are healthy, but Hubbard is worth stashing to find out for 5-10 percent of your remaining FAB.
TB Tampa Bay • #29
Age: 24 • Experience: Rookie
Tom Spencer, who is the CBS Sports Editorial Consultant in the TV booth with Jim Nantz and Tony Romo, told us on Fantasy Football Today on CBS Sports HQ on Sunday that the Buccaneers coaches want to give more work to White moving forward to help the run game and Leonard Fournette. In Week 9 against the Rams, White had a season-high eight carries for 27 yards, along with three catches for 7 yards on three targets. We'll see what happens moving forward if he continues to take work away from Fournette, but White is also one of the top handcuffs to roster in case Fournette ever gets hurt. White should be added for 5-10 percent of your remaining FAB.
DEN Denver • #28
Age: 33 • Experience: 10 yrs.
I'm not sure what's going to happen in the Broncos backfield with Murray and Melvin Gordon now that Chase Edmonds (44 percent rostered) was added via trade last week. I still expect Murray to have a prominent role, and he could be the most valuable of the trio in terms of his ability to score. In three games with Denver, Murray has two rushing touchdowns and two games with at least 15 total touches. We'll see what happens with Edmonds, but Murray should be added for 5 percent of your remaining FAB.
DEN Denver • #19
Age: 26 • Experience: 5 yrs.
Edmonds might be the top running back for the Broncos following his trade from the Dolphins last week. It's all a guessing game until we see what Denver does in Week 10 at Tennessee with Edmonds, Melvin Gordon and Latavius Murray, but Edmonds is worth stashing to find out. He fell out of favor in Miami and never had more than seven total touches in any game after Week 1. Maybe he can establish himself as the main option for the Broncos, although I don't expect Murray and Gordon to go away. But for a small investment of no more than 5 percent of your remaining FAB you can add Edmonds to see what develops.
SF San Francisco • #25
Age: 24 • Experience: 2 yrs.
Mitchell (knee) has been designated to return from injured reserve, and he should be the No. 2 running back in San Francisco behind Christian McCaffrey. He's a good handcuff in case McCaffrey ever gets hurt, but Mitchell has no standalone value with McCaffrey now with the 49ers. Still, in terms of lottery-ticket appeal, Mitchell could be valuable if he ever got back in the lead role for San Francisco. He's worth adding for 1 percent of your remaining FAB.
Cam Akers RB
LAR L.A. Rams • #3
Age: 23 • Experience: 2 yrs.
The Rams backfield remains a mess with Darrell Henderson (72 percent rostered), Akers, Malcolm Brown and eventually Kyren Williams (36 percent) all potentially slated for touches. Henderson should remain the lead option after a quality showing in Week 9 at Tampa Bay with 12 carries for 56 yards, but Akers could eventually take on more work now that he's staying with the Rams. The wild card is Williams, who could be activated off injured reserve and start to get touches. The reason for listing Akers, who only had five carries for 3 yards against the Buccaneers, is he has the most upside of this backfield if he ever gets back the lead role. If you want to stash him for 1 percent of your remaining FAB it could pay dividends toward the end of the year.
PHI Philadelphia • #14
Age: 23 • Experience: 2 yrs.
Gainwell is worth stashing as a lottery ticket in case something happens to Miles Sanders. In the event of a Sanders injury, Gainwell would likely share playing time with Boston Scott, but Gainwell would be at least a flex option in that scenario with plenty of upside. He just had four carries for 22 yards and a touchdown at Houston with three catches for 16 yards on three targets. He's worth adding for 1 percent of your remaining FAB.
KC Kansas City • #1
Age: 30 • Experience: 9 yrs.
McKinnon has played the most snaps of any Chiefs running back for the past four games, although that hasn't translated into Fantasy points. He did score 10 PPR points in Week 9 against Tennessee, but that's the most production he had all season. At some point, Kansas City might just lean into McKinnon as their lead option, although it doesn't appear like Isiah Pacheco or Clyde Edwards-Helaire are going away. Still, in PPR, McKinnon is worth stashing for 1 percent of your remaining FAB.
LAC L.A. Chargers • #28
Age: 21 • Experience: Rookie
Spiller just had a season-high seven carries for 29 yards in Week 9 at Atlanta coming off the Chargers bye week, and maybe he's the new No. 2 running back for the Chargers behind Austin Ekeler. If he's the handcuff for Ekeler then that gives him lottery-ticket upside, and he's worth stashing for 1 percent of your remaining FAB. If you were holding Sony Michel on your bench then drop him for Spiller.
- On a bye: Ja'Marr Chase, Tee Higgins, Tyler Boyd, Garrett Wilson, Corey Davis, Jakobi Meyers, DeVante Parker, Tyquan Thornton, Devin Duvernay and Demarcus Robinson.
- Injuries: Deebo Samuel (hamstring), Ja'Marr Chase (hip), Keenan Allen (hamstring), Mike Williams (ankle), Romeo Doubs (ankle), Marquise Brown (foot), DeVante Parker (knee), Josh Reynolds (back), Corey Davis (knee), Jahan Dotson (hamstring), Marquise Goodwin (groin), Nico Collins (groin), Russell Gage (hamstring), Jarvis Landry (ankle), Treylon Burks (toe), Christian Watson (chest), Randall Cobb (ankle), D.J. Chark (ankle), Kenny Golladay (knee) and Noah Brown (foot).
- Check to see if available: Garrett Wilson (80 percent rostered), Josh Palmer (79 percent), George Pickens (78 percent), Chase Claypool (76 percent) and Rondale Moore (74 percent). Wilson should absolutely be rostered during his bye week, and he's been great since Breece Hall (ACL) went down, as well as Corey Davis being out. In his past two games, Wilson has 16 targets for 14 catches and 207 yards, scoring 17 PPR points in each outing against the Patriots and Bills. ... The Chargers didn't have Keenan Allen and Mike Williams in Week 9 at Atlanta, and Palmer had eight catches for 106 yards on 10 targets. He now has four games this season with at least eight targets, and he has scored at least 13 PPR points in all four outings. If Allen and Williams remain out again in Week 10 at San Francisco, Palmer's targets should remain high, which is exciting given his potential production. ... Pickens had no catches in Week 8 at Philadelphia, but now Chase Claypool is gone, which should open up targets. Since Week 4, Pickens has three games in five outings with at least 14 PPR points, and hopefully that production comes back after the bye. ... In his first game with the Bears, Claypool had six targets for two catches and 13 yards. Better days are ahead, and he's worth stashing where available to see what happens. I'd rather have Darnell Mooney than Claypool and all the other receivers listed in this category, but he's still someone to roster after he was traded from Pittsburgh to Chicago last week. ... Moore led the Cardinals in targets in Week 9 against Seattle with 10 and finished with eight catches for 69 yards. He now has consecutive games with at least eight targets, seven catches, 69 yards and 14 PPR points. We'll see what happens once Marquise Brown (foot) returns for the Cardinals, but Moore is doing a great job as the running mate for DeAndre Hopkins and should be started in all leagues in Week 10 at the Rams.
- Drop candidates: Romeo Doubs (91 percent rostered), Devin Duvernay (86 percent), Allen Robinson (78 percent) and Drake London (75 percent). Doubs could miss 4-6 weeks with the ankle injury he suffered in Week 9 at Detroit. There's no reason to stash him since he has one game with more than six PPR points since Week 4. ... Duvernay is not worth stashing on his bye week, and he struggled in Week 9 at New Orleans in the first game with Rashod Bateman (foot) out with one catch for 5 yards on one target. He hasn't caught a touchdown since Week 3 and hasn't topped 54 receiving yards this season. ... Robinson had another bad game in Week 9 at Tampa Bay with three catches for 24 yards on five targets. He now has two games this season with more than 10 PPR points, and there's no way you can trust him any time soon. He plays the Cardinals this week, and in his first game at Arizona in Week 3 he had two catches for 23 yards on five targets. ... London may pop up with a touchdown at some point soon, but he's now failed to top 40 receiving yards in six consecutive games and has three catches or less in five of his past eight outings. The lack of volume in the passing game for Atlanta hurts London, and he had four catches for 31 yards on five targets in his previous game against the Panthers in Week 8.
CHI Chicago • #11
Age: 25 • Experience: 3 yrs.
Mooney just scored his first touchdown in Week 9 against Miami, and he finished with seven catches for 43 yards on eight targets for 17 PPR points. He's now scored at least 12 PPR points in four of his past six games, and Justin Fields is starting to improve as a passer. Mooney is a slam-dunk starter in three-receiver leagues and should be rostered in all formats. He has great matchups this week against the Lions and in Week 11 against the Falcons. Mooney is worth adding for at least 10 percent of your remaining FAB.
KC Kansas City • #17
Age: 24 • Experience: 4 yrs.
Hardman had another big game in Week 9 against Tennessee with 19 PPR points with season highs in targets (nine), catches (six) and yards (79), and he caught a touchdown for the third game in a row. He scored at least 11 PPR points for the fourth game in a row, including three games in a row with at least 13 PPR points. His production might not continue at this level -- and Patrick Mahomes attempted 68 passes in Week 9 -- but Hardman should absolutely be rostered in all leagues. He's worth adding for at least 10 percent of your remaining FAB.
CLE Cleveland • #11
Age: 23 • Experience: 3 yrs.
Peoples-Jones has a nice streak of three games in a row with at least 11 PPR points, and he's also done that in four of his past five outings. He's had at least 71 receiving yards in four of his past five games, and hopefully this is the week he'll find the end zone for the first time this year. We'll see what happens with the return of David Njoku (ankle), but I like Peoples-Jones as a No. 3 Fantasy receiver in all leagues against the Dolphins. He's worth adding for 5-10 percent of your remaining FAB.
LAR L.A. Rams • #3
Age: 30 • Experience: 9 yrs.
The Beckham rumors are heating up, and Dallas seems like a potential landing spot for the free-agent receiver coming off last year's ACL injury in the Super Bowl. It will likely take him some time to get back to form and learn a new offense if he doesn't return to the Rams, but he could be a difference maker for Fantasy managers down the stretch if he's with the right team. Beckham is worth stashing if you have an open roster spot for 5-10 percent of your remaining FAB.
CAR Carolina • #88
Age: 22 • Experience: 2 yrs.
Marshall scored in Week 9 at Cincinnati and now has consecutive games with at least 12 PPR points. His playing time has increased with Robbie Anderson gone, and Marshall has 15 targets in his past two outings against the Falcons and Bengals for seven catches, 140 yards and a touchdown. He's playing the Falcons again on Thursday, and Marshall could be a low-end No. 3 receiver in all leagues. He's worth adding for 5 percent of your remaining FAB.
NYG N.Y. Giants • #17
Age: 22 • Experience: Rookie
Now that the trade deadline has passed and the Giants didn't add anyone at receiver, it's worth picking up Robinson and Darius Slayton (24 percent rostered) to see what happens for the rest of the year. Slayton is the safer of the two, and he has consecutive games with at least 11 PPR points prior to the Giants bye in Week 9. But Robinson has more upside if he can stay healthy and earn consistent targets, and he scored at least 11 PPR points in two of his past three games. Both are worth using as No. 3 receivers in Week 10 against Houston and both are worth adding for 5 percent of your remaining FAB. I would prioritize Robinson over Slayton if you're debating between the two of them.
DAL Dallas • #13
Age: 26 • Experience: 5 yrs.
If Odell Beckham doesn't end up in Dallas, Gallup might have the chance to help Fantasy managers down the stretch this season. Prior to the Cowboys bye in Week 9, Gallup had six targets from Dak Prescott in Week 8 against Chicago. He finished with just four catches for 49 yards, but hopefully more production is coming. And in Week 10 at Green Bay, Gallup can be a No. 3 receiver in all leagues. He's worth adding for 5 percent of your remaining FAB.
LAC L.A. Chargers • #1
Age: 29 • Experience: 5 yrs.
In Week 9 at Atlanta without Keenan Allen (hamstring) and Mike Williams (ankle), Carter had an increased role with six targets for five catches and 53 yards. Josh Palmer was the leading receiver for Justin Herbert, but Carter wasn't far behind and could retain a prominent role if Allen and Williams are out again in Week 10 at San Francisco. Keep an eye on the injury report for the Chargers, but Carter could be a No. 3 PPR receiver against the 49ers if Allen and Williams remain out. Carter is worth adding for 1 percent of your remaining FAB.
- On a bye: Mark Andrews, Isaiah Likely, Tyler Conklin, Hayden Hurst, Hunter Henry and Jonnu Smith.
- Injuries: Mark Andrews (shoulder), Darren Waller (hamstring), David Njoku (ankle), Daniel Bellinger (eye) and Cameron Brate (neck).
- Check to see if available: Pat Freiermuth (75 percent rostered) and Dalton Schultz (73 percent). Freiermuth will hopefully see a bump in targets and production now that Chase Claypool was traded to Chicago. In his past two games, Freiermuth had 16 targets for 12 catches and 132 yards. He hasn't scored a touchdown since Week 2, but he does have at least 12 PPR points in four of seven games this year. ... Schultz had his best outing since Week 1 in Week 8 against Chicago with six catches for 74 yards on seven targets. Hopefully, Schultz is over the knee injury that plagued him earlier in the year, and he now has Dak Prescott back at 100 percent. Schultz should be locked in as a No. 1 Fantasy tight end for the rest of the season, including in Week 10 at Green Bay.
- Drop candidates: Taysom Hill (84 percent rostered) and Isaiah Likely (75 percent). Since scoring 35 PPR points against Seattle in Week 5, Hill has combined for 19 PPR points in his past four outings, including no points against Baltimore in Week 9. He does have one touchdown over that span, but there's no reason to trust Hill in the majority of leagues given his recent lack of production. ... Likely isn't worth holding during the bye week because Andrews will hopefully return in Week 11. If Andrews remains out then hopefully you can add Likely again, but we hope Andrews is back to full strength the next time the Ravens take the field.Add available players in the following order:
David Njoku TE
CLE Cleveland • #85
Age: 26 • Experience: 6 yrs.
Njoku (ankle) is expected to play in Week 10 at Miami after being out one game and the bye, but keep an eye on his status for Week 10. Prior to getting hurt in Week 7 he scored at least 14 PPR points in three of his past five games, and he had at least 71 receiving yards in four of those outings. He would be considered a must-start Fantasy option for the rest of the season when healthy and is worth adding for at least 10 percent of your remaining FAB.
Greg Dulcich TE
DEN Denver • #80
Age: 22 • Experience: Rookie
Dulcich went into Denver's bye in Week 9 on a nice roll with at least 11 PPR points in three games in a row. He has one touchdown over that span, and he had four catches for 87 yards on five targets against the Jaguars in Week 8. We hope he can continue to post consistent production for the Broncos and Fantasy managers, and he's worth adding for at least 10 percent of your remaining FAB. He faces the Titans in Week 10, and Tennessee is No. 5 in most Fantasy points allowed to opposing tight ends.
Cade Otton TE
TB Tampa Bay • #88
Age: 23 • Experience: Rookie
I might consider Otton as the No. 1 tight end to add this week if I need a one-week flier. His matchup against the Seahawks is amazing -- Seattle is No. 1 in most Fantasy points allowed to opposing tight ends -- and Otton just had five catches for 68 yards and a touchdown on six targets in a tough matchup against the Rams in Week 9. As long as Cameron Brate (neck) is out, Otton should be considered a top-10 Fantasy option in all leagues against the Seahawks in Germany. He's worth at least 5 percent of your remaining FAB.
Cole Kmet TE
CHI Chicago • #85
Age: 23 • Experience: 3 yrs.
After not scoring any touchdowns in 2021, Kmet has now scored three times in his past two games against the Cowboys and Dolphins. His best game of the season was against Miami in Week 9 with five catches for 41 yards and two touchdowns on six targets, and hopefully he's starting to click with an improving Justin Fields. Kmet can be considered a low-end starter in all leagues in Week 10 against the Lions, and he also has a favorable matchup in Week 11 against the Falcons. Kmet should be added in all leagues for at least 5 percent of your remaining FAB.
Noah Fant TE
SEA Seattle • #87
Age: 25 • Experience: 4 yrs.
Fant likely took advantage of the matchup with Arizona in Week 9, but he finished with five catches for 96 yards on six targets for 14 PPR points. His only two games with more than seven PPR points have come against the Cardinals, so keep that in mind, but he might be worth a look in deeper leagues against the Buccaneers in Week 10 in Germany. He's worth adding for 1 percent of your remaining FAB.
Add available players in the following order:
- Broncos (46 percent rostered) at TEN
- Titans (34 percent rostered) vs. DEN
- Steelers (25 percent rostered) vs. NO
- Giants (18 percent rostered) vs. HOU
- Raiders (14 percent rostered) vs. IND
Add available players in the following order:
- Brett Maher (34 percent rostered) at GB
- Graham Gano (26 percent rostered) vs. HOU
- Matt Gay (31 percent rostered) vs. ARI
- Robbie Gould (21 percent rostered) vs. LAC
- Randy Bullock (10 percent rostered) vs. DEN