Fantasy Football: Waiver Wire Pickups for Week 10

  • Teams on Bye Week: 

    Baltimore Ravens

    Cincinnati Bengals

    New England Patriots

    New York Jets


    Jeff Wilson Jr. (RB) – Dolphins:

    In his first start with the Dolphins, Wilson was already playing ahead of Raheem Mostert.  They split the rushing attempts with nine each, but Wilson nearly doubled him in rushing yards with 51 vs. Mostert’s 26.  Mostert did find the end zone on the ground, but it was Wilson who had the majority of the work through the air, receiving more targets and receptions, while grabbing a beautiful one-handed touchdown catch.  His usage in the passing game makes him a very interesting addition this week, coming off a RB8 performance against the Bears on Sunday.  He played 55% of the snaps in his first game with his new team, but even if he is splitting the work 50-50 with Mostert for the remainder of the season, the Dolphins offense is so incredibly high-scoring, that he will be able to produce adequate fantasy numbers in a timeshare.  

    Use #1 Waiver Priority: Yes

    FAAB Budget %: 20-25%


    Rachaad White (RB) – Buccaneers:

    In his limited work on the ground, White has been the far more productive and efficient back for the Bucs.  Leonard Fournette’s rushing attempts have looked tragic over the past three games, while White has looked far more explosive.  He has also added in some work in the passing game and earned a spot on the field with his excellent pass-blocking abilities.  On a week that is rather bland for RB waivers, it’s a good time to scoop up White, who is not rostered in the majority of leagues. He may not be the best option to start this upcoming week, but White continues to earn more snaps and touches each game, making him at worst a great stash option for the remainder of the season. 

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