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Week 10 Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Targets

Jeff Wilson Jr., Terrace Marshall, Gus Edwards, Jimmy Garoppolo and more top waiver wire targets for Week 10 fantasy football.

With just Monday Night Football still to happen, now is that glorious time of the week when we turn our attention to Week 10 and attack the fantasy football waiver wire.

Quick shoutout to Justin Fields who is playing ridiculous football recently and if you failed to snag him off waivers prior to this week, I’m sorry. If you still have the chance to snag him, do everything in your power to get him.

To be as helpful as possible to you dear readers, I’ve ranked my top 5 players at each position, ranging from a little over 50% rostered in Sleeper leagues to well under the 30% mark. No matter your league size, there’s someone in here for you.

Let’s begin!


1. Jimmy Garoppolo, San Francisco 49ers (39% rostered): Garoppolo has been one of the most consistent and efficient fantasy QBs this season. As of Week 8, he ranked third in NECC rating and tied for fourth in PER rating, averaging 0.49 points per attempt.

2. Daniel Jones, New York Giants (41% rostered): Jones has looked much improved in Brian Daboll’s new offense and is averaging 6.3 non-passing PPG this year (4th best).

3. Marcus Mariota, Atlanta Falcons (41% rostered): Mariota is a QB1 this season thanks to his high rushing floor. Since Week 5 he’s averaging 41.8 rushing yards per game.

4. Andy Dalton, New Orleans Saints (18% rostered)

5. Taylor Heinicke, Washington Commanders (17% rostered)

Running Backs

1. Gus Edwards, Baltimore Ravens (57% rostered): Edwards left Week 8 with a hamstring injury and isn’t likely to play Monday night. He will be Baltimore’s starting back once healthy. He’s averaging 13+ carries and 65+ yards in the two games he’s played this season.

2. Jeff Wilson Jr., Miami Dolphins (50% rostered): Wilson was traded to the Dolphins and instantly took over Miami’s backfield. He led the backfield in total snaps (28), early down snaps (24), touches (12), and total yards (72).

3. Jaylen Warren, Pittsburgh Steelers (10% rostered): Warren led the Steelers’ backfield in yards against the Eagles in Week 8. He had 50 on 6 carries while adding 25 through the air on 3 catches. He’s proven to be the better runner this season, averaging almost 2.0 yards per carry better than Najee Harris. He’s worth stashing incase Steelers increase his workload.

4. Isiah Pacheco, Kansas City Chiefs (43% rostered): Pacheco was named the starting back in Week 7 and played two more snaps than Clyde Edwards-Heliare, seeing the majority of early down work. The Chiefs have a fairly easy rest of schedule, meaning they could be in games which they run the clock out.

5. Chuba Hubbard, Carolina Panthers (47% rostered)

Wide Receivers

1. Terrace Marshall, Panthers (11% rostered): Marshall has been having a mini-breakout last two weeks, recording 6+ targets and 50+ yards in each game. The Panthers have a top-10 pass schedule moving forward, giving Marshall plenty of favorable matchups.

2. Wan’Dale Robinson, Giants (45% rostered): Robinson is tied with Darius Slayton for most targets on the team since his Week 6 return (15). He leads the team during that time in receptions (11) and tied for touchdown lead (1).

3. Mecole Hardman, Chiefs (47% rostered): Hardman has scored a touchdown or has had 70+ yards in four straight weeks. I was skeptical a couple weeks ago on him but he’s proving to be effective with the targets he’s getting. As of Week 8, he ranks WR5 in PER, averaging 1.97 points per target.

4. Donovan Peoples-Jones, Cleveland Browns (35% rostered)

5. Odell Beckham Jr., N/A (34% rostered): Odell to Dallas?

Tight Ends

1. Greg Dulcich, Denver Broncos (38% rostered): Dulcich is the king of tight ends and should be picked up in every league. Since his Week 6 return, he’s second on the team in targets with 17. He’s also one of only four tight ends to average 10+ .5PPR PPG during that time.

2. Cade Otton, Buccaneers (19% rostered): Since Week 5, Otton is averaging 5.2 targets, 3.8 receptions, and 42.6 yards per game. His consistent involvement in the Bucs’ offense is worth noting and investing in. He scored his first touchdown vs the Rams this week and more might be on the way.

3. Cole Kmet, Bears (22% rostered): Many have been waiting for the Cole Kmet breakout game and we got it vs Miami. Kmet caught 5-of-6 targets for 41 yards and 2 touchdowns. He’s caught at least one score in back-to-back games now.

4. Noah Fant, Seattle Seahawks (17% rostered)

5. Hunter Henry, New England Patriots (33% rostered)

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