Fantasy Football Week 10: Waiver Wire

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Running Back

Antonio Andrews, TEN (51%) – The new Titans coaching staff claimed that Andrews would be their workhorse back and they backed it up giving him a season high 19 carries. Andrews responded with over 100 total yards and is a solid Flex play the rest of the season.

Karlos Williams, BUF (39%) – With McCoy questionable to play this Thursday night, Williams could be a solid RB2 even against a tough Jets run D. Williams has impressed when given a chance so far this year and McCoy always seems to be banged up.

James White, NE (6%) – With Dion Lewis out for the season, there is an opening for the Pats receiving back job. White is a prime candidate to take over the gig and could put up similar numbers to Lewis. More of a PPR pick, but White has good hands and could surprise in standard formats.

James Starks, GB (42%) – He’s just a better running back than Eddie Lacy right now. After watching the two backs last week, I can’t see the Packers giving more carries to Lacy when Starks is out performing him in all aspects.

Alfred Blue, HOU (49%) – A boring pick with limited upside, but should get enough touches every week to have borderline Flex value the rest of the season.

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Joique Bell, DET (25%) – Right now Bell is the best of a few bad options in Detroit. He looked healthy in his last game and should at worst be the Lions goal-line back if not more. I wouldn’t start him this week, but Bell is a decent stash if he ends up claiming the lead back job.

Duke Johnson Jr, CLE (52%) – He’s been on this list for the last month and I’m still high on Johnson despite still not getting as many touches as he should. He’s the Browns most (only) explosive RB and eventually they will figure that out.

Matt Jones, WAS (33%) – Has double the carries of Alfred Morris over the last two weeks. Neither back has been good lately, but Jones has more upside and is a better receiver. He should lead the Skins in carries the rest of the way.

Charles Sims, TB (32%) – Is narrowing the carry gap behind Doug Martin and with Martin back to his usual mediocre self, Sims could take the job in the next few weeks. Grab him now if he’s available.

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