Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Wishlist, Week 10
Another week is in the books. As always, there were huge breakouts from under-the-radar players and dud performances from supposed studs. If you’re looking to shake things up for your Fantasy roster ahead of Week 8, here’s some players to add from the Waiver Wire.
Note: All fantasy advice in this article is based on PPR scoring unless otherwise stated.
JOSHUA DOBBS | MINNESOTA VIKINGS
If Dobbs is still available in your league, make adding him a priority. If he can put up 26+ fpts with basically zero real preparation for Sunday’s matchup, think what he can do when he actually learns this offense! With a solid cast of weapons and a great offensive scheme under HC Kevin O’Connell, Dobbs could thrive in the absence of Kirk Cousins.
WILL LEVIS | TENNESSEE TITANS
Levis followed up a memorable 4-TD premier performance in Week 8 with another really solid performance in Pittsburgh. He’s not a reliable fantasy asset yet, but in a shaky QB group in 2023, Levis can provide solid spot start ability if you find yourself in need of Injury or Bye Week help.
KEATON MITCHELL | BALTIMORE RAVENS
Mitchell just reeled off 138 yds and a TD on only NINE carries in Week 9, and if doing so has earned him a bigger role in the Ravens RB rotation, he’s the clear top add of the week. Although Justice Hill has been handling the RB2 duties behind Gus Edwards, but he’s never looked as explosive as Mitchell did in Week 9.
D’ONTA FOREMAN | CHICAGO BEARS
Foreman continues to earn a solid workload for the Bears despite the competition in the backfield. He’s been fairly efficient with it as well, despite not finding the End Zone in 5 of 6 games played. In Standard scoring leagues, give him a boost, and go get him if you need some depth and he’s available in your league.
NOAH BROWN/TANK DELL | HOUSTON TEXANS
If CJ Stroud continues to play at this high level as a rookie, both Brown and Dell have nice value moving forward as explosive playmakers in an offense that can win with the passing game.
DEMARIO DOUGLAS | NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
Douglas is now the Patriots most explosive weapon on the outside. Whether that turns into consistent fantasy production or not remains to be seen, but in the face of bye weeks and injuries, Douglas has some upside as a speedy threat for Mac Jones at WR.
ROMEO DOUBS | GREEN BAY PACKERS
Christian Watson is hurt. Again. When Watson has been sidelined or hampered this season, it’s been Doubs who has really stepped up as Jordan Love’s WR1 and it’s led to some decent fantasy production. Doubs is still rostered in less than 50% of leagues, so go get him if he’s available with a plus matchup against a leaky Steelers secondary on tap.
JONNU SMITH | ATLANTA FALCONS
Smith continued his fine season for the Falcons with a big play TD on Sunday, and he really has a great role in this offense, which has been a lot more pass happy than originally expected. He’s a solid TE play every week.
CADE OTTON | TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS
Otton had a breakout performance with 70 yards and 2 TDs on Sunday against the Texans. Baker should continue to look his way a lot as his security blanket over the middle for a team that will probably be in a lot of positive passing game scripts for the rest of the season.
WEEK 8 STREAMERS
QB: KENNY PICKETT vs. Packers, GENO SMITH vs. Commanders
D/ST: ATLANTA FALCONS vs. Cardinals, INDIANAPOLIS COLTS vs. Patriots
That does it for this week’s Waiver Wire Wishlist. For more details about these players, tune into the Fantasy First Podcast on Tuesdays and Thursdays where I discuss Waiver Wire targets, Thursday Night Football player and team props, DFS Darlings, and more!
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