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Week 10 Waiver Wire Targets
Josh McCown, QB/NYJ: McCown has actually put up decent numbers over the last five weeks and he should have a fortuitous matchup against the struggling Buccaneers in Week 10.
C.J. Beathard, QB/SF: For a one-week streaming option, Beathard could have a nice outing against a Giants team that seemingly has mailed it in for the 2017 season.
Orleans Darkwa, RB/NYG: The 49ers are the NFL’s worst run defense, so Darkwa could have room to gallop in Week 10.
D’Onta Foreman, RB/HOU: I expect the Rams’ pass defense to do a number on the Texans’ passing attack this week, leaving Lamar Miller and Foreman the responsibility to pick up yards.
JuJu Smith-Schuster, WR/PIT: He’s available in about a quarter of Yahoo leagues and if he’s open in yours, he’s worth adding if at least for Week 10 against a woeful Colts defense.
Robby Anderson, WR/NYJ: The problem with Jets receivers is you never know which one will have the good performance. Anderson has been trending up, scoring a TD in each of the past three weeks, and has a soft Bucs pass defense this week.
Vernon Davis, TE/WAS (Q): He’s a little banged up and his production hinges on if Jordan Reed plays or not. But he’s worth snatching up if you have the roster flexibility and stashing until the weekend when we find out Reed’s availability.
Dion Sims, TE/CHI: Zach Miller was Mitch Trubisky’s safety valve before being lost with a gruesome injury. The tight end is usually a rookie quarterback’s best friend. Sims is a total darkhorse at this point, but might be worth a blindfolded swing at the piñata.