Fantasy Football waiver wire Week 10: Streamers, Jeff Wilson, Terrace Marshall and more


The fantasy football exemptions in Week 10 may be meager, but Jeff Wilson raised our eyebrows at the Dolphins, Terrace Marshall continues to make noise for Carolina, and a few more in-depth options piqued our interest. As we hit the stretch run, let’s find you more help chasing those fantasy soccer championships.


  • Players must be below 60% on Yahoo
  • mention in order of preference — I often prioritize potential benefits over immediate mediocre production
  • No FAB suggestions: it varies greatly by league tendencies and is always relative (example: if you’ve lost your RB1 to an injury and there’s an obvious backup, you’ll be more aggressive)
  • Streaming QB and TE are Merged— their ranking may change slightly once the projections/ranks are running, and daylight saving time may also shift a bit
  • Emojis
    • = I Tried to Tell Ya – players included for several weeks (not much more to add if you don’t want them)
    • = Check or Dropped — players whose managers may have cut for different needs or are impatient

(1-5) = More concern (woo-hoo!)
= 1/2… or about to give birth to a new worry duck

  • Tom Brady, QB, TB — Brady has only one game with 17.7 points and it was his only game with more than one touchdown. Chris Godwin’s availability kept Brady out for a while, but right now Brady, the Buccaneers offense, the offensive line and almost everything else in Tampa Bay are more than a disappointment.
  • Najee Harris, RB, PIT – More on Jaylen Warren below, but Harris’ Lisfranc injury seems to have undermined his outburst, and the offensive line isn’t helping things. Unless Harris looks rejuvenated after the extended rest, this year looks set to be a lost season. If Harris doesn’t look better this week, Infinity Duck waits next week.
  • Raheem Mostert, RB, MIA — In Jeff Wilson’s first game with the Dolphins, he saw more opportunities than Mostert. It was extremely close, but Mostert offered marginal RB1 value with little competition for touches, and now he’s almost evenly split. Mostert should still have RB2 on this shared work violation.
  • Leonard Fournette, RB, TB — Last year Fournette only had five games without a Goal-to-Go rush attempt and that was the same number of games he had 2+ G2G attempts. Not only does Rachaad White eat his snaps this year, Fournette already has five games without a G2G attempt. The offense and the line are struggling this year, and so is Fournette.
  • Gabriel Davis, WR, BUFU — Whether you loved or hated Davis, you’ve been proven right. The truth is that Davis was never more than this Davis: Dependent on the landing. Davis has no more than four receptions in a match, which happened once (week 1). His three major games came with touchdowns and the others are all 5.2 points or less. Davis is just DeSean Jackson in his best days, and that’s okay.
  • Deebo Samuel, WR, SF – Samuel was already concerned about reduced rush opportunities, and now that Christian McCaffrey has a full-go in San Francisco, Samuel is little more than a WR2. He hasn’t rushed more than twice since Week 3, bouncing between 2-7 receptions in those four games.



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  1. Jeff Wilson, MIA — As mentioned, Wilson saw more work than Mostert (by a hair). Mostert isn’t going away, and we’re probably looking at a 2022 version of last season’s Denver Broncos where we can start both backs and RB2s with RB1 upside down.
  2. Gus Edwards, BALIA — The Ravens say goodbye, increasing Edwards’ chances of returning in Week 11, and we saw his Top 20 skill in his lone start. Edwards is the leader when he is healthy. The Kenyan Drake comes in here while Edwards is out, but again, Edwards sounds like he should return after parting.
  3. Rachaad White, TB — No, I don’t think White is taking over Leonard Fournette’s job, but he is pushing for a 50/50 split.
  4. Chuba Hubbard, CAR — As mentioned last week, D’Onta Foreman loses his job when the Panthers are down, seeing only 37.5% of snaps in 2nd/3rd-and-long situations after 40.9% in Week 8. Hubbard will being involved—when he’s healthy—which hurts Foreman more than helps Hubbard, but still makes Hubbard worth saving for needy teams.
  5. Latavius ​​Murray, DEN — With Chase Edmonds on it, this turns into an ugly commission, but Murray was the lead option for the bye. Edmonds probably sees the long-down roll with a mix in the passing game, but this offense is broken and three options arguably make it worse than the commander’s backfield.
  6. Jaylen Warren, PIT — The Steelers’ first game after their retirement will talk about Harris’ prospects for 2022. If Harris is still working, the Steelers can easily look to 2023, when he will be 100%, and use Warren more this season, even if the leadership declines.
  7. Isiah Pacheco, KC – I don’t want anything to do with this committee – it’s just the commanders with a better attack/team – but in weeks when we expect an outburst from the Chiefs, Pacheco could be an RB3 with an upward touchdown. And if someone got hurt and pushed this to two options, Pacheco would be usable.
  8. Elijah Mitchell, SF — Designated for return, and with Wilson gone, Mitchell is one of the first backups to already show a Top 10 rating.
  9. Isaiah Spiller, LAC – I’ve been here for a few weeks as Spiller is next behind Austin Ekeler, with Top 20 value if anything should happen.
  10. Kyren Williams, LARO — Cam Akers is back, and as it stands, I don’t want anything to do with this team outside of Cooper Kupp. That said, the one running back that can change things up and potentially give us RB2 value is the one Sean McVay loves.
  11. Kenneth Gainwell, PHIA – As seen last week, Gainwell has some value in projected blowout games.
  12. Zack Moss and Jordan Wilkins, IND — If Deon Jackson misses time and Jonathan Taylor doesn’t return (and the Colts watching the draft could mean Taylor never comes back), Moss and Wilkins are next. Wilkins knows the team and immediately passed Phillip Lindsay, who had just been signed last week, but the Colts traded for Moss, making this a bit murky. We’re probably headed for a timeshare unless Jackson doesn’t run out of time.

(Ranked at the top as the starter)

  • Elijah Mitchell, SF
  • Khalil Herbert, CHI
  • Alexander Mattison, Minnesota
  • Samaje Perine, CIN
  • Rachaad White, TB
  • Jaylen Warren, PIT
  • Kenyan Drake, BAL
  • Isaiah Spiller, LAC
  • Eno Benjamin, ARI
  • Zamir White, LV
  • Deon Jackson, IND
  • Boston Scott, PHIA
  • Matt Breida, New York
  • Dontrell Hilliard, TEN
  • Travis Homer, SEA


  1. DeAndre Carter, LAC — Until Keenan Allen returns, Carter is the first slot receiver and top two option for Justin Herbert, putting Carter in the WR3/4 conversation. Once Allen returns, Carter will be almost droppable, especially if both Allen and Mike Williams are back.
  2. Wan’Dale Robinson, NYGO — Due to too many cases during the Giants bye, Robinson is a favorite of Brian Daboll and Daniel Jones.
  3. Michael Gallup, Dal — Hope for Gallup to turn into a WR2 with Dak Prescott is lost, but once Gallup and Prescott are 100% back and working together, Gallup can come back into usable range (WR4 with possible WR3 upside).
  4. Terrace Marshall, CAR — In the past three weeks, Marshall is 28th in TmTGT% (20.7 — ahead of Tee Higgins), 33rd in TmAirYard% (27.3 — ahead of Jaylen Waddle) with 1.90 meters per router run (next to Amon- Ra St. Brown) and 19.0 YD/REC — higher than Stefon Diggs. No, I’m not saying Marshall belongs in the conversation with those names (average 9.2 FPPG, which would be good for WR39), but it will give you an idea of ​​his recent usage. Again, Marshall was a great NFL prospect who needed route and technique refinement and is taking advantage of his opportunity now that Robbie Anderson is gone.
  5. Kadarius Toney, K.C — Toney had little work in his first game with the Chiefs, but Andy Reid said they have plans for his skill and he could reach the #3 spot behind Travis Kelce and JuJu Smith-Schuster. If so, he would be a weekly high ceiling WR4.
  6. Jahan Dotson, WSH
  7. Treylon Burks, TEN
  8. Darius Slayton, New York — Slayton was here last week to hide if you had space during the farewell. He was a top-two option for Jones, with three of his past four games starting in 12-team competitions.
  9. Alec Pierce, IND – Week 9 was a duck party, but Pierce is still the No. 2 Colts recipient, and maybe Jeff Saturday has some tricks up his sleeve in high school to fuel this offense.
  10. Donovan Peoples-Jones, CLE – DPJ, oddly enough, is much better than Amari Cooper on the road, and the Browns are going to Miami for their goodbyes.
  11. Christian Watson, GB — Romeo Doubs has been out for 4-6 weeks and Sammy Watkins continues to fail with his odds. Watson has a high ceiling on his abilities, and now he has the chance to push for a starting role.
  12. Nico Collins, HOU — Only here on the off chance that Brandin Cooks pulls a 2021 Michael Thomas and never comes back. Collins could be a serviceable WR4 in the boom/bust realm if healthy.
  13. Zay Jones, JAX – Essentially the Jaguars version of Jakobi Meyers with a bit more inconsistency.


  • Mecole Hardman, K.C – With Kadarius Toney in the mix, the receivers are almost as messy as the running backs… well, at least there’s one clear lead with JuJu Smith-Schuster. Hardman had a great week, but he came in fourth in Route% (57.7) and has alternated value with Marquez Valdes-Scantling this year.
  • Chris Moore, HOO – Even if Brandin Cooks sits out for the rest of the season, will Nico Collins be back soon? – and it’s the Texans’ offense.


  • Odell Beckham, FA — According to the reports, Beckham was not ready until mid-December, but now the report is that he will be approved this week. That may not mean he’s been active for a few weeks, but it’s time to let him know about his potential for WR3/4 value…even if he doesn’t unblock me on Twitter. I’d put Beckham next to Burks.


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week 10

  • NO at PIT
  • LAR vs ARI
  • NYG vs HOU
  • DEN at TEN
  • LV vs IND
  • TEN vs DEN
  • ARI at LARU
  • PIT vs NO

week 11

  • NO vs LARU
  • LAR at NO
  • DEN vs LV
  • NYJ at NE
  • NYG vs DET
  • WSH at HOU
  • TEN at GB

(Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)

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