Fantasy Soccer Waiver Wire Watchlist for Week 10: Streaming Locations Together with Free Lock Brokers like Drew Lock, Jordan Howard and Darnell Mooney
The end of the regular fantasy football season is approaching. Most owners can't afford to lose when battling for playoff position, but injuries and goodbye weeks do affect the players that owners can trust. Streamers in cheap matchups and end-of-bench sleepers are needed more than ever to lead teams to victory. If you know you are going to have problems in the next few weeks, or if you are one of the lucky few who already have a playoff spot, it is important to look ahead. This means that the owners are both viewing players on the Free Agent Wire as streaming options at the same time, not just for the week 9 period but also week 10 and beyond.
Finding the right pickups is not an exact science. You can add someone hoping to play them next week just to see them get injured or benched that week. However, if you have a revolving door roster or a player you don't want to play this week, you can look ahead and add a player that you might be more likely to use in week 10. Handcuffs are nice and hold guys, Just like Alexander Mattison and Brian Hill can do it, but sometimes you have to sacrifice the potential for a practical game to use, especially when you're in a situation that has to be won.
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Sometimes speculative pickups can backfire, but that's just the nature of the beast in fantasy football. Everything is an educated guess. Injuries emerge, benchings and unexpected breakouts occur. It's hard to predict everything exactly right and if you guess wrong it hurts. But if you guess right, there is no better feeling when you already have your husband with you without having to use a waiver or FAAB money to get him.
9TH WEEK STANDARD RANKING:
Quarterback | Run back | Wide receiver | Narrow end | D / ST | Kicker
Again, the waiver wire looks solid. There are good streamers at QB and TE, and while the D / ST ranks are a little thinner than we'd like, there are still some solid streamers out there. There are usually many RBs and WRs for teams that need depth in these areas. The likes of Joshua Kelley, Sterling Shepard, Nyheim Hines, and Allen Lazard could be strong starters in the coming weeks, and they're all available in more than 50 percent of Yahoo's leagues.
You don't have to take a step at this point in the week. If you're happy with your roster, there is no need to shake it up just to shake it up. Still, you should familiarize yourself with the potential waiver goals available to make sure you know what to expect in week 10. If you're looking to take a move, don't be afraid to pull the trigger as long as you, of course, we're not doing a massive downgrade. In the worst case scenario, you have a new player at a revolving door point. In the best case scenario, it will become an integral part of your line-up and give you an advantage over your leaguemates.
WEEK 9 PPR RANKING:
Quarterback | Run back | Wide receiver | Narrow end | D / ST | Kicker
Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Watchlist
As a reminder, this list was compiled ahead of Week 9 and looks forward to the players who could be waiver goals before the season kicks off in the coming weeks. If you have a roster to play with, you can take advantage of these options early on to overcome the waiver.
All of these players have a 50 percent stake in Yahoo unless otherwise stated.
Week 10 Waiver Wire Watchlist: Quarterback
Important QBs about bye: Patrick Mahomes, Matt Ryan, Sam Darnold and Cowboys QBs
Derek Carr, Raiders versus Broncos (41)
In five games before a rain-soaked, windy competition against the Browns, Carr averaged 297.4 passes and 2.4 TDs per game for the Raiders. He should have a chance to get back on track at Allegiant Stadium against a Broncos team that has awarded 21.1 Fantasy Points per Game (FPPG) to QBs this year. Carr is a high floor backup so should have it if you are concerned about your QB situation.
Baker Mayfield, Browns v Texans (38)
Mayfield has been up and down at times this season, but he's posted at least two TDs in six out of eight starts. That includes a five-TD game against the Bengals two weeks ago, without the services of Odell Beckham Jr., who sustained a knee injury in the competition. With better weather against a Texan team that allows QBs with 21.3 FPPG, Mayfield could put up strong numbers in an offensive fight.
Tua Tagovailoa, Dolphins vs Chargers (29)
Tua didn't look impressive in his first game but that met a tough Rams defense. In week 10, he will take on a Chargers defense tied for the third highest FPPG QBs allowed in the season (23/2). This will be his first cheap matchup of the season. So you can use it as a potential streaming option.
Drew Lock, Broncos @ Raiders (11)
Lock threw three TDs against the Chargers in Week 8 and seemed to gain confidence as the game progressed. He should continue to build on this in Week 9 to take on a weak Hawk defense before facing a Raiders defense that had some of the problems against QBs (21.2 FPPG allowed, ninth most). Lock could stay hot and become a solid quarterback to trust on the track. So don't be afraid to pick it up and keep it as a speculative matchup based streamer.
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Week 10 Waiver Wire Watch List: RB
Key RBs out because of goodbye: Ezekiel Elliott, Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Le & # 39; Veon Bell, Todd Gurley, Frank Gore, and La & # 39; Mical Perine
Joshua Kelley, Chargers (43) | Troymaine Pope, Chargers (2)
It looks like Justin Jackson has established himself as the backfield leader for the Chargers while Austin Sick is out, but it's still valuable to own the other Chargers backs as Anthony Lynn mistook them so often . In the last game, Pope outscored Kelley but he fired a headshot that could open up a chance for the fourth round election. By the time Jackson turns out to be the real number two for Jackson, both should be owned, especially if the Chargers face four direct AFC East opponents next month.
Nyheim Hines, Colts (39) | Jordan Wilkins, Colts (11)
Hines has just played a two TD game against the Lions as part of a three man committee. Hines doesn't get a lot of stretcher, but maybe with T.Y. Hilton (groin) on the mend, he's going to get more targets from Philip Rivers who historically loved throwing at RBs. Meanwhile, Wilkins overtook ailing Jonathan Taylor last week and has continued to receive broadcasts considering how good he has looked this season. The Colts will have to face the Titans and Packers for the next two weeks so they can both come up with solid numbers, especially against the Packers.
DeeJay Dallas, Seahawks (38)
Pete Carroll is always optimistic about Seahawk's injuries, so it's unclear when Chris Carson (foot) and Carlos Hyde (thigh) will be able to return. As long as at least one of them is out, Dallas should get some stretcher and at least serve as an upper handcuff. If both of them continued to be out in the coming weeks, Dallas would be a starter. The Seahawks are playing the Rams in Week 10 so Dallas may not be a good start there, but as long as he gets volume he has a chance at TDs.
La & # 39; Mical Perine, Jets (35)
We feel like a broken record in this case. Yes, the jets are bad. Yes, Frank Gore is taking Perine stretcher away. Yes, you should still own the fourth lap rookie. Perine will get closer to a full workload at some point, and the Jets will face Chargers, Dolphins, and Predators – three teams to be beaten on the ground for the coming weeks. He may be a flex in these games, and his advantage is greater than some of the handcuffs that fantasy owners are hanging on.
Matt Breida, Dolphins (26) | Jordan Howard, Dolphins (19)
With Myles Gaskin (knee) on IR and at least three games, Breida and Howard each have the chance to take on the lead role. Both have potential, but both also have warts. Breida was preferred to take the lead back but he has a hamstring injury so he may have to miss a game or two. Meanwhile, Howard is a TD threat (three in the season) but he's got a ridiculous 11 yards in 19 touches this year. As long as Gaskin isn't around, these two will be involved in the RB rotation. So feel free to pick them up – and keep an eye on Patrick Laird too.
J. D. McKissic, Washington (25)
Antonio Gibson is the leader in Washington, but don't overlook what McKissic has done this season. In the last five games, he's averaged 5.3 catches for 36.3 yards per game, making him a legitimate flex threat in PPR leagues. He did all of this while averaging 4.7 yards per carry. With the Lions and Bengals games to come in weeks 10 and 11, McKissic is a solid banking hideout with an upward trend in the PPR leagues.
Wayne Gallman, Giants (22)
Devonta Freeman (ankle) is still a question mark and Gallman has just set up 62 yards and a TD against one of the NFL's better defenses. The volume will be there for him if Freeman continues to miss the time and if Gallman continues to perform well he can overtake Freeman for the starting role. The Giants play against the Bengals in week 11. So this is a potentially juicy matchup for Gallman if he's still the starter at this point.
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Week 10 Waiver Wire Watch List: WR
Key WRs out because of goodbye: Julio Jones, Calvin Ridley, Amari Cooper, CeeDee Lamb, Michael Gallup, Jamison Crowder, Tyreek Hill, Sammy Watkins, Mecole Hardman and Demarcus Robinson
Sterling Shepard, Giant (48)
In two games since returning from a toe injury, Shepard has averaged nine goals, seven receptions and 66.5 yards while catching a TD from Daniel Jones. Shepard is Jones & # 39; security blanket and should continue to pose a massive threat in PPR formats. Since the Giants will play the Eagles, Bengals and Seahawks in weeks 10 to 12, he must be in possession, as he has an advantage over WR3 against three weaker pass defenses.
Sammy Watkins, Chiefs (44)
Watkins should come back to the Chiefs at any time. He's been out for week 5 after suffering the injury, but he returned to training before week 9. Even if Watkins won't be ready to play in week 9, it would be wise to track him down now. He'll be safe after week 10 of the Chiefs and then take on a weak Raiders defense in week 11.
Allen Lazard, Packers (35)
Lazard (Kern) appears ready to return and could play against the 49ers on Thursday night. If he was healthy, Lazard was Aaron Rodgers & # 39; clear target # 2, and he scored a six-catch game with 146 yards and a TD in his last game. Lazard should be a WR3 for most weeks, but he'll have an even higher cap against the Jaguars in Week 10.
Jalen Reagor, Adler (24)
Reagor (thumb) returned for the Eagles against the Cowboys in week 8 and got the first TD of his career. Considered the Eagles' second greatest recipient, his fast pace will make him a great threat. It needs to be added, even if it may be booming a bit. To support his cause is a stretch of four games against beatable pass defense (Giants, Browns, Seahawks, Packers).
Tim Patrick, Broncos (19)
The Broncos will face the Raiders in Week 10, the Dolphins in Week 11, and the Saints in Week 12. The Dolphins may be a tough matchup for Patrick, but he could do well against the Raiders and Saints. If Patrick is healthy, he'll have struck up big numbers, including a couple of 100-yard games. With Drew Lock back and better tossing (at least against the chargers), Patrick is well worth obsessing over.
Randall Cobb, Texan (17)
Over the past four games, Cobb has averaged 6.3 goals and appears to be building a relationship with Deshaun Watson. He crossed nearly 100 reception yards on his last outing and should pose a major threat to the PPR in the future. The Texans will play the Browns, Patriots and Lions for the next three weeks, and Cobb should do well in those matchups if his opponents pay more attention to Will Fuller and Brandin Cooks.
N & # 39; Keal Harry, Patriots (12) | Jakobi Meyers, Patriots (2) | Isaiah Ford, Patriot (1)
Look, someone has to stand up for the patriots when Julian Edelman (knee) is out. Harry, a former first-round pick, has the highest cap in the field. Meyers has finished a game in which he led the team with 10 targets, six catches, and 58 receiving yards, and the Patriots have just traded for Isaiah Ford. It's hard to recommend which of these players to trust right now, but when you have an open squad spot it certainly wouldn't hurt to add one and hope they'll bail out.
Darnell Mooney, Bears (8)
Mooney ranks 19th among the WRs in the NFL in Air Yards this season with 635 points per FTN Fantasy. His stats aren't looking as good as Air Yards' because Nick Foles routinely missed him in the field, but Mooney's chances are there. He's a major threat, averaging 6.2 goals per game since week 3. If Foles plays better, Mooney could really move up.
Marvin Hall, Leuven (1)
Kenny Golladay (hip) is out and Hall is the closest man to the Lions' receiver. He had more than 100 yards after Golladay left against the Colts, and with games against Washington, Carolina and Houston he worked his way up to the flex category at least once.
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Week 10 Waiver Wire Watch List: TE
Key TEs because of bye out: Travis Kelce, Hayden Hurst, Dalton Schultz and Chris Herndon
Eric Ebron, Steelers (50)
In his last two games, Ebron was targeted 13 times and 10 caught for 98 yards and a TD. Ebron should continue to find opportunities in the middle of the field as the teams focus on stopping Pittsburgh's trio of talented receivers. Pittsburgh's opponent in Week 10, Cincinnati, has allowed the most yards for TEs this year (545) and the third highest FPPG (11.8). Grab Ebron now, if it's still available.
Austin Hooper, Browns (39)
Hooper is goodbye in week 9, but in week 10 he should return from an attachment that has kept him off for the past two weeks. Before falling ill, Hooper averaged 7.7 goals, five catches, and 47.7 yards over three games, and with Odell Beckham Jr. he saw more opportunities to catch passes. The Texans have allowed the 10th highest FPPG in TEs this year (9.4) so this is a good matchup for him to cause harm.
Trey Burton, Colts (22)
In his last two games, Burton posted three TDs. Amazingly, two TDs near the goal line rushed TDs for scheduled games. If he continues to receive touches in the red zone and averages five goals per game, he'll be a solid start against weaker opponents like the Titans, who are only midfield against TEs this year.
Jordan Reed, 49er (11)
As long as George Kittle (foot) is out, Reed has the chance to act as top TE for the 49ers. Reed caught two TDs against the Giants earlier in the season, and in week 10 against a Saints team that allowed the fourth most FPPG for TEs (11), he can be trusted.
Albert Okwuegbunam, Broncos (1)
He has only played three games this season but Okwuegbunam has five red zone goals which is good for second place on the team behind Noah Fant (6). Albert O will continue to demand attention from his college teammate Drew Lock near the goal line and if the Broncos offense continues to play well Okwuegbunam will have a chance to find the end zone against a porous Raiders defense in week 10.
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Week 10 Defense Streamers and Sleepers
D / STs out because of bye: Chiefs, cowboys, falcons, jets
Green Bay Packers (34) | Opponent of the 10th week: against jaguars
Washington Football Team (34) | Week 10 opponents: @ Lions
Minnesota Vikings (20) | Week 10 opponent: @ Bears
Detroit Lions (3) | Opponent of the 10th week: against Washington
Even if the cowboys aren't around this week, there are a lot of crimes to tackle for a variety of reasons.
The two potential streamers that stand out are Green Bay and Washington. Both teams compete against opponents with quarterback questions. The Jaguars start Jake Luton instead of an injured Gardner Minshew while the Lions may have to start Chase Daniel depending on the status of Matthew Stafford (COVID). Even if Stafford starts, Washington should be able to put pressure on the Detroit QB while the Packers will have no problem forcing Luton to make some mistakes.
The Vikings are also qualifying as a potential streaming option for week 10. You can face a lackluster bear offensive that may struggle to take advantage of the Vikings' weakness in the cornerback position. That, along with the fact that Nick Foles has flipped the ball at least once in every game this year, should give the Vikings a high profile.
After all, Lions are worth trusting against Kyle Allen and Washington. Allen has had some gross sales at times this season, and the Lions have put up some solid games against weaker competition. Washington would qualify as such on the offensive side of the ball, so don't hesitate to use Detroit as a deeper sleeper.