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Waiver Wire Adds Drops for Week 10 NFL Season Long Fantasy Football | DFS Army

Every week we will be breaking down the top waiver wire adds for your season long fantasy football leagues. This article will highlight some of the key players to target in week 10 and the recommended Free Agent Auction Budget (FAAB) you should spend. Check out the video to get a more detailed breakdown and a deeper list of players.

Wide Receiver Waiver Wire Targets

Odell Beckham, N/A 5-10% FAAB

The time has finally arrived to consider adding Odell Beckham in Fantasy Football. Per Ari Meirov of PFF and Jay Glazer of Fox, Beckham is expected to be fully cleared by the end of this week. The timing puts him nine months removed from the ACL tear he suffered in the Super Bowl back in February. Here at DFS Army we preach caution whenever rostering a player coming off a major injury like an ACL tear. Chris Godwin just this season showed that complications can re-surface or other similar injuries can pop up as your body compensates.

Beckham also turned the ripe age of 30 years old on November 5 and is clearly in the twilight of his career. If Beckham lands with a familiar team such as the Rams, you can be a lot more confident about his ability to produce in fantasy this season. If he joins a new team though, the expectations should be much lower.

Donovan Peoples-Jones, Cleveland Browns, 1-5% FAAB

Donovan Peoples-Jones has been an active part of the Browns offence this season. He has averaged an 87% snap share with an 83% snap participation. He is earning 6 targets per game and is 29th in air yards with 531 on the season per Player Profiler. Peoples-Jones has yet to have a monster game in fantasy but he has shown a solid floor despite not scoring a touchdown. He is a reasonable wide receiver three in a pinch to get you through bye weeks and injuries.

Running Back Waiver Wire Targets

Jeff Wilson, Miami Dolphins, 4-7% FAAB

Jeff Wilson was traded to the Dolphins at the trade deadline and didn’t miss a beat in Mike McDaniel’s offense. He played nearly half the snaps and was a factor in both the rushing and pass game. He averaged 5.67 yards per carry and caught all three of his targets including one for a touchdown. The situation was dire in San Francisco but it’s clear Wilson has a new lease on life as a Dolphin and is a solid flex play every single week.


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