TEAMS BYE: Broncos, Texans, Jaguars, Patriots, Eagles, Redskins
Waiver Group: May be available to you (ownership above 50% Lower than 90%)
QB: ARI Kyler Murray (86%) & BUF Josh Allen( 80%)
RB: PIT Jaylen Samuels (60%), HOU Duke Johnson Jr. (60%), ARI Kenyan Drake (75%), GB Jamal Williams (65%), CLE Kareem Hunt (59%), PHI Miles Sanders (76%), WAS Adrian Peterson (57%)
WR: CAR Curtis Samuel (71%), NE Mohammed Sanu (70%),SEA DK MetCalf ( 78%),SEA Josh Gorden (52%),
TE: Dal Jason Witten (50%),
Waiver Group: Should be available to you (ownership under 50%)
SF Jimmy Garoppolo (48%) – Jimmy G lit it up on Thursday night! He finally had a fantasy game worth talking about. I think defenses will continue to stop the run and force Garoppolo to throw the ball more. He does have two favorable matchups coming up with Seattle and Arizona over the next two weeks. The arrival of Sanders to the team has really helped him become more rounded with the offense. If the Niners expect to continue their undefeated season then expect Jimmy G to continue airing the ball out.
TEN Ryan Tannehill (12%) – Since becoming the starter, Tannehill has posted at least 18 points in three straight weeks. Clearly this offense has gotten better with him under center. Especially surprised with his performance against a strong Panthers’ defense. He does get the Chiefs and Jaguars over the next three weeks so he seems to have a solid floor for us in fantasy. If you need a fill in at quarterback then Tannehill gives you a nice spot play.
Other Group of QBs: OAK Derek Carr (40%), IND Brian Hoyer (0%), NYG Daniel Jones (30%), NYJ Sam Donald (20%)
Carr has been well over the last three weeks with at least 15 fantasy points. He is a good streamer over his next three games. If Brissett is to miss time then Hoyer could be a desperate option in week 10 against the Dolphins. The Battle of New York could be a shootout due to poor defense. Both are streamable for week 10.
WAS Derrius Guice (33%) – Guice will be back with the team following week 11 and should see the field the rest of the season. The Redskins need to know what they have in him so he should be in line for a good workload. You can see with the coaching change the recent success of AP as of late so expect Guice to be able to perform well too. It’s better to scoop him up now while you still can. It’s hard this time of the year to snag a RB 3 with upside.
TB Ronald Jones (39%) – Jones is on his way up with 18 carries on Sundsy and a touchdown. Coaches Arian said that Jones deserve more playing time. He has good matchups coming up so expect him to be productive. Remember we all been there before where production happened then disappeared. Be cautious but maybe this is time Jones gets it right.
Other Group of RBs: LAR Darrel Henderson (23%), Min Alexander Mattison (27%), Dal Tony Pollard (13%), Jax Ryquell Armstead (2%),), Mia Kalen Ballage (9%), PIT Trey Edmunds (1%), DET JD McKissic (8%), FA Jay Ajayi (5%)
Henderson and Mattison are strong handcuffs for Gurley and Cook owners. Henderson gets more playing time so he is a better priority. Pollard and Armstead are just good handcuffs to grab now instead of injury. Ballage should see expanded role with Walton suspense four games. Edmunds is worth a grab if James Connor were to miss another week. Mckissic had a solid day on Sunday worth a grab in ppr leagues. Ajayi could sign with Lions this week.
IND Zach Pascal (11%) – Pascal was a late picking in week 9 and performed well. In two games without Hilton he has combined for nine receptions for 148 yards and two touchdowns. Hilton is supposed to miss a few weeks and the targets should go to Pascal. Even with Brissett possibly being out next week, Pascal should still be productive. He does play Miami in week 10 so expect great productive.
MIA Devante Parker (28%) – Preston Williams is now out for the season. This should open up more targets towards Parker who is having a decent season. In the last six games he has fives with at least 50 yards and four games with a touchdown. He is the team’s number one receiver in an offense that most likely will play caught up. He should be rostered moving forward.
Other Group of Wrs: Ten AJ Brown (18%), SF Deebo Samuel (10%), KC Mecole Hardman (28%), N’Keal Harry (15%),OAK Hunter Renfrow (3%),Pit Diontae Johnson (22%), MIN Olabsi Johnson (3%)
Brown has had two 60 yard games in the last three weeks, continue to have value. Samuel is now healthy and it showed with his touchdown last Thursday. Hardman should be picked back up with Mahomes coming back to the starting line up. Harry is now active and it’s a matter of time when he starts producing. Renfrow has touchdowns and 50 yards in back to back games. The rookie getting more involved. Diontae Johnson had a bad week but has been productive with Rudolph. Olasbi Johnson has touchdowns in two of the last three weeks and could see production with Theilen out.
ARI Max WIlliams/Charles Clay (0%) – You are probably are confused why there is a Cardinals tight end on the waiver pickups. This is for strictly a bye week replacement or desperate play. The Cardinals play the Bucs in week 10 and they have allowed every tight end they have faced to be a top 10 in that position. Expect Max Williams to be the guy as he is leading in targets and snap counts. It’s basically a sure thing someone will be productive.
TB OJ Howard/Cameron Brate (40% & 7%) – Depending who plays on Sunday that will be the guy you want as they have a fantastic match up. They play the Cardinals who allow the most yards and points to the tight end position. They are in high scoring offense so expect the targets and touchdowns to come on Sunday.
Other Group of TE: HOU Darren Fells (49%), Phi Dallas Goedert (33%), Min Kyle Rudolph (29%), IND Jack Doyle (28%), NYJ Chris Herndon (28%)
Fells hits a bye week but continue to put up fantasy points. Geodert will be involved in the offense with Jackson out for the season. Rudolph scored again and could continue if Thielen were to miss time. The Colts tight ends could see more work with Hilton out so look toward them for bye weeks. Herndon coming back to a dysfunctional offense but his back up continues to produce.
Car Andy Isabella
TB Breshad Perriman
JAX Keelan Cole
MIN Laquon Treadwell
ATL Brian Hill
BAL Gus Edwards
TB Dare Ogunbowale
IND Hyheim Hines
MIA Ryan Fitzpatrick
DEN Noah Fant
MIA Mike Gesicki
CIN Alex Erickson
BAL Gus Edwards
LAR Josh Reynolds
Many I mentioned above. In deeper leagues, look towards handcuffs as an injury could happen at any time. Listen to the TimeSkew Podcast for even more players!
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