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Fantasy Football Players to Add Week 10

Fantasy Football Players to Add Week 10

Having a good fantasy draft sets a team up really well, but most of the time to win a fantasy football league, acquisitions need to be made during the season. Each week there are several players worth exploring on the waiver wire. Here are fantasy football players to add week 10.

(Note: These are best used for standard scoring leagues. All players are rostered in less than 50 percent of ESPN leagues)

1. Devonta Freeman, RB, Baltimore Ravens

The Ravens’ running back room has been difficult to figure out this season. More recently, Devonta Freeman has been seeing a lot of work. He finished week 9 with 13 carries for 79 yards and also had two receptions for four yards. His 6.1 yards per carry are a good sign moving forward.

At different points during the year, all of the Ravens’ running backs have filled in for J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards. Freeman seems to have the hot hand now and with Latavius Murray missing the last two games with an ankle injury, which includes a bye game in between, Freeman can be picked up in the meantime and possibly played. Freeman is rostered in less than 14 percent of ESPN leagues.

2. Brandon Bolden, RB, New England Patriots

New England is dealing with a lot of injuries at the running back position at the moment. Damien Harris left the week 9 game against the Panthers with a head injury. Rhamondre Stevenson left the game with a head injury as well. If those two miss time Bolden will see increased carries to go along with his pass-catching work.

Against Carolina, Bolden had eight carries for 54 yards. He added two catches for 27 yards. If one or both of the backs are unable to go in week 10, Bolden could be started depending on the situation. He is currently rostered in 7.2 percent of ESPN leagues.

3. Brandon Aiyuk, WR, San Francisco 49ers

Brandon Aiyuk started out the season in Kyle Shanahan’s dog house. It seems he still enters the dog house every once in a while, but he is producing more over the last two weeks. Against the Cardinals in week 9, he registered six catches for 89 yards and had a touchdown.

What makes the performance more impressive is that both George Kittle and Deebo Samuel played in the game. If they can keep supporting all three pass-catchers, the offense will be harder to stop. Aiyuk’s recent good play warrants adding him in fantasy and he is rostered in just 45.5 percent of ESPN leagues.

4. Elijah Moore, WR, New York Jets

After a rough start to the season, Moore is starting to step up. Following the week 6 bye, Moore has improved. The best performance of his career so far came against the Colts when he had seven catches for 84 yards and two touchdowns. He has 20 targets over the last three weeks and it looks like that number will increase.

The Jets have had injuries to their quarterbacks, but Moore has still been able to improve. The second half of the season will likely give him the opportunity to break out. Moore is worthy of a roster spot and could be played down the stretch if he keeps producing. He is available in nearly 85 percent of ESPN leagues.

5. Jordan Howard, RB, Philadelphia Eagles

When Miles Sanders was moved to IR, Howard wasn’t the running back that most thought would produce. Howard has jumped over Kenneth Gainwell and Boston Scott to be productive. After not seeing action for the first seven weeks of the season, Howard now has 29 carries for 128 yards and three touchdowns.

While Sanders stays on the IR, it can only be expected that Howard will still be the one getting most of the work out of the backfield. In desperate situations, Howard can be started, but things could change around very quickly for the Eagles. He is rostered in just 8.5 percent of ESPN leagues.


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