Players you should target in your league's Week 10 Waiver Wire. Scoring is ESPN 1/2 point PPR scoring. Owned Percentages using ESPN.
BONUS TIP: Week 11 marks the end of bye weeks which means your focus on Waiver adds needs to start changing a bit as well. Instead of thinking so much about streamers and weekly matchups, start focusing on solidifying your starting lineups for a playoff push and playoffs themselves. For example, instead of adding that RB flier that may have a decent matchup next week, add your RB1 and maybe even RB2's handcuff (player that would fill in for them should they be injured). Another strategy I like to implement is looking 1 week ahead on Defense matchups (for example looking at Week 12 matchups this week) and carrying 2 D/ST's. Again, I am caring less about depth and more about my most quality starting lineup.
Eli Manning NYG 18.9 Week 10 points. Available in 52% of leagues. Okay bear with me on these next two. Yes I am aware of what Eli and the Giants as a whole have been in 2017. BUT, if you need a one week streamer to replace Cam Newton or Josh McCown in a deeper league for Week 11, Eli may be the way to go. The Chiefs are ranked 28th against QB's and 7th against RB's, so to compete the Giants will HAVE to throw and over the last 4 weeks Eli has thrown 6 TD's and just 1 INT in matchups that included Denver, Seattle, and the Rams.
Blake Bortles JAX 17.3 Week 10 points. Available in 85% of leagues. I promise I haven't gone crazy. For many of the same reasons Eli is a good stream, so might Bortles. Cleveland is 26th against QB's this year and despite all their faults are excellent at stopping the run, which is Jacksonville's bread and butter. The Browns have also allowed 19 passing TD's to only 6 INT's, which is by far Bortles biggest weakness.
NOTE: Case Keenum MIN is worth a mention. The Abilene native's 304 yds and 4 TD game against the Redskins was absolutely amazing, but I wouldn't pick him. Take away the 2 games against the Redskins, Buccaneers, and Browns, who are all bottom 10 against QB's, and he hasn't scored more than 15 pts in a game. Every Vikings opponent for rest of the season is in the top half of the league against QB's.
Rex Burkhead NE 13.8 Week 10 points. Available in 88% of leagues. It's always nerve-wracking playing a Patriots RB, but over the past 2 weeks since returning from injury it seems Burkhead has carved out a steady role. The former Bengal has resumed the job of slot-receiver RB that he played in Cincinnati and has put up double digit games in two consecutive weeks. Combine that with up coming games against Oakland, Miami twice, and Buffalo twice Rex Burkhead is my top RB add for Week 11.
Austin Ekeler LAC 24.4 Week 10 points. Available in 98% of leagues. If you are a Melvin Gordon owner this needs to be your #1 Waiver priority. The undrafted rookie from DII Western State has been textbook boom or bust this season. He has scored more than 12 points in the 3 games he has scored TD's, in games he hasn't scored he has scored less than 5 points a game. However it looks like the Chargers are trying to get him more involved with 19 carries and 10 targets over the last 3 weeks. Even with Gordon healthy, his explosiveness may qualify him for deep-league FLEX consideration.
Jamaal Williams GB 11.3 Week 10 points. Available in 97% of leagues. Jamaal Williams point total wasn't all that impressive in Week 10 but his usage was. Williams racked up 20 carries for 67 yards and threw in a bonus 7 yard catch in the grind-it-out win over the Bears. Williams should continue to be the workhorse back as long as Ty Montgomery and Aaron Jones are banged up in an offense that is trying to hide their QB.
Samaje Perine WAS 6.5 Week 10 points. Available in 94% of leagues. With Rob Kelley suffering a sprained MCL and high ankle sprain it is doubtful he returns in any time to be Fantasy relevant. Enter Samaje Perine and his 3.2 yards per carry. If the Redskins are going to establish any running game at all for the remainder of 2017, it will come through Perine.
Handcuffs/Fliers you should watch: Trey Edmunds NO, Cameron Artis-Payne CAR, JD McKissic SEA, Andre Ellington ARI, Charles Sims TB
Dontrelle Inman CHI 11.8 Week 10 points. Available in 99% of leagues. The Bears have been missing a big-bodied possession receiver since Cameron Meredith went down. Thus why they traded for the 6'3" 205 lb 4th year Virginia Cavalier. Inman had fallen out of favor with the Chargers despite averaging 50 yds a game in 2016, but built instant chemistry with Trubisky putting up 6 catches and 88 yards in his first game as a Bear. He should instantly become the number 1 target in a suffering passing game.
Marquise Goodwin SF 16.6 Week 10 points. Available in 90% of leagues. Marquise Goodwin is completely big play dependent (he had 103 yards on 2 touches Week 10, one 83 yd catch and one 18 yd run). However at some point, these big plays become a pattern. Goodwin has at least 65 receiving yards and 7 fantasy points 4 of the last 5 weeks. He doesn't touch the ball much, but at 21 yds a reception, he turns them into points when he does.
Other Deep-league considerations: Roger Lewis NYG, Donte Moncrief/Chester Rogers IND, Joshua Bellamy CHI, Brandon LaFell CIN, Keelan Cole JAX
Jermaine Gresham ARI 14.9 Week 10 points. Available in 99% of leagues. Gresham didn't have much chemistry with Carson Palmer, but Drew Stanton may be a different story. In the two games since Stanton has become the starter Gresham has scored 9.3 and 14.9 Fantasy points and caught a TD in each. Week 11 the Cardinals face the banged-up Texans who are 27th against TE's. So if you are a Jack Doyle or Sefarian-Jenkins owner, Gresham may be worth a look.
Austin Hooper ATL 13.9 Week 10 points. Available in 54% of leagues. Hooper has 6 targets in 3 straight games and a TD in 2 of the last 3. Unfortunately Hooper is also just as likely to put up a 1 point dud as a double-digit game (3 a piece). Although a Week 11 matchup with the Seahawks who just gave up 14.9 points to Jermaine Gresham may warrant a start for him.
If you are in a very deep league Mercedes Lewis JAX is another stream option. He has been targeted 11 times in last 2 weeks and is going against the Cleveland Browns who are 30th against TE's.
Cincinnati 3 Week 10 points. Available in 62% of leagues. The Bengals defense isn't the powerhouse it has been in previous years but are worth consideration against the Broncos. Denver has allowed at least 3 sacks in 7 of 9 games this year and have given up a defensive TD in 3 of the last 4. If nothing else it is a safe play not having to worry about Osweiller putting up many points.