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Fantasy Football: Waiver Wire Additions for Week 10

Here's a look at some players that should take priority if you're hoping to pick up some reinforcements from the waiver wire heading into Week 10.


Kadarius Toney, WR, Chiefs: I mentioned last week that you'd be getting in early if you put in a claim for him. His lackluster debut was always a possibility, but it may just be one more week before he breaks out. Toney's talent and upside are rare, so it'll be interesting to see how he performs once he's up to speed with the offense.


Donovan Peoples-Jones, WR, Browns: He’s on a streak of five straight games of at least four catches for at least 50 yards. In four of those games he amassed at least 70 receiving yards. The Browns were off in Week 9 so he should be available for action in Week 10.


Cole Kmet, TE, Bears: I nearly added him to this list last week just because he caught a TD against the Cowboys defense. He only had two catches that game, however. Against Miami he had five receptions for 41 yards and two scores. Plus, he has two good matchups coming up.


Noah Fant, TE, Seahawks: Seattle is rolling and Fant has been a part of that, catching five passes for a season-high 96 yards Sunday against the Cardinals. Fant's always had impressive athleticism so let's hope he continues to thrive with a resurgent Geno Smith calling the signals.


Cade Otton, TE, Buccaneers: The rookie caught five passes for 68 yards and the late winning touchdown against the Rams. He's had at least four receptions and at least 43 yards in three of the last five games.


Mecole Hardman, WR, Chiefs: I'd suggest adding him for depth at this point, given that the team has added Kadarius Toney, who may start to get more involved as he learns the offense. But Hardman deserves credit for four straight games of solid fantasy scores, including six catches for 79 yards and a TD in Week 9.


Terrace Marshall, WR, Panthers: He had his best game of the season in Week 8, catching four passes for 87 yards in the OT loss to the Falcons. Marshall followed that up with a three-catch, 53-yard, 1-TD performance in Week 9.


Greg Dulcich, TE, Broncos: After missing the first five games, Dulcich hit the ground running and logged three straight solid fantasy scores. The Broncos were off in Week 9 and they face the Titans in Week 10. Dulcich last caught four passes for 87 yards against the Jags.


Kenyan Drake, RB, Ravens: We suggested you pick up Drake last week, and if you did, it paid off as he rushed a whopping 24 times for 93 yards and two touchdowns Monday night. He's still available in a lot of leagues and is off in Week 10, but if you have room it's nice to keep assets out of the hands of opponents.


Saints Defense/Special Teams: New Orleans has a nice matchup with the lowly Steelers this week. That's a much easier game to prepare for than the Ravens, who the Saints lost to in Week 9.


Giants Defense/Special Teams: They get to face the Texans and an offense that has little to offer beyond Dameon Pierce's tough runs. New York has had a bye week to prepare for Houston as well.


Raheem Blackshear, RB, Panthers: He shouldn't be a high priority addition since he'd be behind D'Onta Foreman, but if the Panthers need to throw against the Falcons, Blackshear could have some value. He caught four passes for 40 yards and even scored on the ground in Week 9.






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