Fantasy Football Week 10: Waiver Wire

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Wide Receiver

Dorial Green-Beckham, TEN (16%) – High upside rookie who should start seeing targets on a regular basis with more playing time and attention from the Titans new coaching staff. Top target for keeper leagues and a guy who could make an impact in the fantasy playoffs this season.

Kamar Aiken, BAL (41%) – The de facto #1 WR for the Ravens now. Aiken should see an uptick in targets and is a borderline fantasy starter the rest of the way.

Marvin Jones, CIN (43%) – There are a lot of weapons in Cincy so sometimes Jones gets lost in the shuffle, but has had some big games this season. Solid fantasy reserve.

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Nate Washington, HOU (26%) – Brian Hoyer is playing better lately and Washington’s value might be hurt by Cecil Shorts coming back, but he has averaged 10 targets per game when he plays this season. I’d rather not start him, but he makes a solid, high-floor replacement for bye weeks.

Rueben Randle, NYG (39%) – Doesn’t get enough targets to be an every week fantasy starter, but has had at least five targets in seven consecutive games.

Dontrelle Inman, SD (7%) – His value is based on the health of Malcolm Floyd. If Floyd is out, then the relatively unknown Inman becomes the Bolts #2 WR. If Floyd is healthy then Inman’s fantasy value is null.

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