NFL Week 10 Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Pick ups

NFL Week 10 Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Pick ups

Barry Devoe
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NFL Week 10 Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Pick ups

With Week 10 of the season getting ready, there a couple of solid waiver wire additions that can make your team even better.

Today, we will highlight three players that you should take a look at if you want to have a boost this upcoming week and need to win.

WR Donovan Peoples-Jones (Cleveland Browns)

With the offense moving on without Odell Beckham Jr, this could be a better chance for Donovan Peoples-Jones to have a good week. He had a pretty decent showing with limited targets as he had two catches on three targets for 81 yards and a touchdown.

Baker Mayfield didn’t really look his way too much last week, but with Jarvis Landry becoming the de facto number one option, defenses are not going to attack Peoples-Jones as much. They are going up against New England, and Bill Belichick will force Baker Mayfield to play without a top weapon, so DPJ seems like a good addition this week.

TE C.J. Uzomah (Cincinnati Bengals)

I sang his praises last week, and he had a decent game, but somehow he is still sitting on a lot of league’s waivers at this point. He finished last week with four receptions on five targets for 24 yards, but Joe Burrow looked a little lost out there.

They will be going up against the Las Vegas Raiders, who just released cornerback Damon Arnette and have been dealing with a bunch of headaches. Adding Uzomah can be a good addition as Burrow could get him involved, especially in the red zone.

WR DeSean Jackson (Las Vegas Raiders)

The newest addition of the Las Vegas Raiders also seems like a pretty good option at the wide receiver position. Going up against the Cincinnati Bengals, who has given up five passing touchdowns in the past two games, means their secondary is vulnerable to giving up plays in the passing game.

DeSean Jackson is taking up the void that Henry Ruggs III left on the roster as a deep threat option, and DJax has something to prove after an uneventful stint as a member of the Los Angeles Rams. If you need to take a flyer on a wide receiver with a deep threat option. Go with DeSean Jackson.

BONUS: New England Patriots ST/D

Not all leagues have a defense as a spot, but for those of you with one, you’re in luck. The Cleveland Browns have been pretty good defensively as they gave up 14.3 points in their last three games.

Cleveland’s offense has been good, but New England historically will limit the best option on the opposing offense. The Browns have been a shaky offense at times, and they can struggle to move the ball as Bill Belichick has been doing well scheming on the defensive side of the ball.

This could be a game in which the Patriots are able to force a Baker Mayfield and a fumble recovery with a defensive touchdown. The Browns offensive scheme is a little bit in flux after the departure of wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.

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