Week 10 Waiver Wire Targets
Jay Cutler, CHI: If anyone saw Jay Cutler methodically pick apart the Minnesota Vikings defense, they’d know he’s the better option vs. Brian Hoyer and will have some success against the Buccaneers this week.
Alex Smith, KC: For a one-week streamer, Smith faces a Panthers defense that has been decimated by various passing attacks.
Carson Wentz, PHI: Wentz has had his moments of brilliance and also games in which he’s struggled protecting the football. This week he has a susceptible Falcons pass defense.
Terrance West, BAL: West faces a Browns run defense that ranks second-to-last in the NFL. The fact that Kenneth Dixon is slowly eating into his touches won’t matter this week.
Darren Sproles, PHI: Eagles coach Doug Pederson noted that Sproles is the team’s lead back and his numbers are reflecting that. He should play a big role in a pass-happy matchup with the Falcons.
Chris Ivory, JAX: Ivory is the Jaguars’ lead back and is seeing bigger workloads. He faces a Texans run defense this week ranked 28th in the league.
J.J. Nelson, ARI: Nelson is a confirmed starter for the Cardinals and comes out of the Week 9 bye week ready to face a poor 49ers defense.
Steve Smith, BAL: If you’ve caught any Ravens football on the NFL Ticket, you’ll see that the veteran Smith still has the competitive fire within him. He has a favorable matchup against the Browns this week.
Tyrell Williams, SD: Williams is becoming a regular WR2 and yet he is still available in a large portion of fantasy leagues.
Cameron Brate, TB: Brate is still a relatively unknown, but he’s receiving more attention in the Buccaneers’ offense and should capitalize off a matchup with the Bears.
Zach Miller, CHI: Miller should strike it rich this week against a Bucs pass defense ranked 27th in the NFL. He was targeted 10 times and caught 7 passes for 88 yards against a good Vikings defense just before the bye week.
Lance Kendricks, LA: Kendricks has caught 14 passes in the past two outings and continues to be a focal point in the Rams' passing offense.
Chandler Catanzaro, ARI: Catanzaro should have plenty of scoring opportunities against a 49ers defense that allows a league-high 32.5 points per game.
Connor Barth, CHI: For a one-week fill-in, consider the Bears’ Barth, who played in Tampa Bay and faces his former team. The Bears have some momentum on their side following a big victory over the Vikings and a bye week to get healthy.
Robbie Gould, NYG: Gould might see plenty of chances this week against the Bengals and could be a regular fantasy starter moving forward.
Houston Texans, HOU: The Texans are coming out of the bye week and get a favorable matchup against the Jaguars.
New York Giants, NYG: The Giants defense has some favorable matchups against the Bengals, Bears, Browns and Lions coming up.
Baltimore Ravens, BAL: The Ravens become one of the top fantasy defenses this week against a poor Browns offense.
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