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    Fantasy football waiver wire Week 10: Best pickups at each position

    fantasy football waiver cable has some interesting options for week 10, which is good news for coaches affected by injuries and/or bye weeks.

    the four teams that are bye in week 10 are the chicago bears, cincinnati bengals, new york giants and houston texans. here’s a look at some relevant fantasy players managers might need to replace:

    Reading: Top waiver wire pickups week 10

    chicago bears: qb justin fields, rb david montgomery, wrs allen robinson and darnell mooney

    cincinnati bengals: qb joe burrow, rb joe mixon, wrs ja’marr chase, tee higgins and tyler boyd, te c.j. uzoma

    new york giants: qb daniel jones, rbs saquon barkley and devontae booker, wrs kenny golladay, kadarius toney and sterling shepard

    houston texans: wr brandin cooks

    In addition to bringing you potential long-term additions, we’ll also be suggesting players who can be streamed this week. On top of that, we’ll rate each of your priority levels based on potential impact.

    qb matt ryan, atlanta falcons

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    ryan threw for 343 yards and two touchdowns against a tough new orleans saints defense in week 9. the falcons’ caller draws a matchup with shootout potential against the dallas cowboys in week 10, a team that gives up the seventh most fantasy points per game to signal callers.

    priority level: high

    qb ben roethlisberger, pittsburgh steelers

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    Roethlisberger is hard to trust these days, but if ever there was a week to give him a chance, this is it. big ben and company meet the detroit lions defense that delivers the sixth most fantasy points per game to signal callers.

    priority level: low

    qb justin fields, chicago bears

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    Fields has put up solid consecutive weeks in fantasy and is on a secure footing thanks to his running ability. In his last two games, Fields has amassed 466 passing yards and two touchdowns on two interceptions, while he also had 148 rushing yards and another touchdown.

    The rookie quarterback can’t be used this week on the bears in a bye and is still a save and watch option, but there’s no doubt his perk makes him someone worth considering.

    priority level: medium

    qb carson goz, indianapolis colts

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    Don’t look now, but gonez has become one of the top 10 quarterbacks in fantasy this season. He continued his impressive streak in Week 9, recording 272 yards and three touchdowns against the New York Jets.

    yeah we know, it’s the jets, but gonez has been about as consistent as it gets in terms of fantasy production week after week. The Colts quarterback has a favorable week 10 matchup against a Jacksonville Jaguars defense that gives him the 12th-most fantasy points per contest at the position.

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    For now, we’re looking at goz as a long-term addition who could become a starter every week in the lineups.

    priority level: high

    rb d’ernest johnson, cleveland browns

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    after nick chubb came back and got his normal workload in week 8, the fantasy managers may have dropped johnson, making him available before week 10.

    but that move might have been premature, as chubb was placed on the covid-19 list after testing positive for the virus. He may be back in time for Sunday, but he’ll need two negative tests 24 hours apart first.

    If Chubb doesn’t play, Johnson, who was an outright stud in relief of the Browns’ starter in Week 7 with 168 total yards and a touchdown on 24 touches, will be handling a huge workload in Week 10.

    priority level: high

    rb d’onta foreman, tennessee titans

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    While we still have Adrian Peterson and Jeremy McNichols despite a bad week for both (Peterson did find the end zone), he’s worth considering as Foreman this week.

    Of the three backups used Sunday night, Foreman was by far the best running back, based on both the stats and the eye test.

    foreman outscored all the titans with 29 yards and 5.8 yards per carry, and nearly broke a big one, but slipped before he could reach the entire green in front of him. If Foreman continues to be the best hand, he could see a lot more work in the future.

    priority level: medium

    rb jordan howard, philadelphia eagles

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    Because he’s been the go-to guy in recent years when the eagles need a backup running back, we thought boston scott was philadelphia’s running back last week. looks like we might have been wrong.

    That’s because it was Howard who led the Eagles’ backfield in Week 9. The veteran outcarried Scott 17-10 and looked good doing it, averaging 4.2 yards per carry on the way to 71. yards, the team’s maximum. and a touchdown.

    miles sanders may only be out one more week, so an investment in howard might not generate more than one start, but sometimes that’s all a fantasy coach can ask for as a running back in this time of the season.

    We’re fine with howard starting this week, but temper expectations because scott will still be around to take some touches off him, and jalen’s annoyance is also a big factor in the running game.

    priority level: medium

    with Elijah Moore, New York Jets

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    Until the last two games in which he saw 14 targets and converted them into 15 receptions for 151 yards and two touchdowns, both of which came last week, Moore had been quiet in his rookie season.

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    This could be the start of Moore’s breakout, but we’re also hesitant to say it’s officially here.

    Moore has done his damage with Mike White and Josh Johnson under center. With Zach Wilson’s return imminent in the next week or two, it’s possible that she’ll return to irrelevance since she didn’t have much success with Wilson before, if any.

    also, new york has run out of its no. No. 1 receiver Corey Davis in Moore’s top two games in 2021, so her return could also reduce the rookie’s chances.

    for now, moore is just a kind of “got an extra spot in my bank” kind of hideout.

    priority level: low

    wr donovan peoples-jones, cleveland browns

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    with odell beckham jr. Officially out of the mix in Cleveland, Peoples-Jones immediately becomes No. 2 receiver for the Browns, with the potential to be no. 1 depending on what happens to jarvis landry, who has been anything but productive this season.

    Before sitting out Weeks 7 and 8, Jones had 171 yards and two touchdowns in the previous two weeks, then had two receptions for 86 yards and a touchdown in Week 9. His yards and targets led the team .

    Until Landry starts racking up the numbers, peoples-jones, who is second on the team in receiving yards and first in touchdowns, is the Browns’ receiver you want to move on.

    priority level: high

    wr russell gage, atlanta falcons

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    While Gage didn’t find the end zone in Week 9, he led the team in targets (eight) and receptions (seven), and finished second in receiving yards (64) behind Swiss Army Knife Cordarrelle Patterson.

    gage has 14 targets, 11 receptions, 131 receiving yards and a touchdown in two of his last three games, but he also recorded a donut in between those performances.

    teammate olamide zaccheaus looks like the sexiest snap after scoring twice last week, but gage is a slightly safer game week after week, that is, until calvin ridley returns.

    priority level: low

    te pat freiermuth, pittsburgh steelers

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    despite posting good consecutive weeks in a difficult-to-fill position, freiermuth remained widely available through week 9.

    After posting five catches on six targets for 43 yards and two touchdowns on Monday night, the rookie tight end now has 16 catches on 20 targets for 145 yards and three touchdowns over the past two weeks. he’s not only becoming a reliable red zone target, but he’s also more involved on offense.

    priority level: high

    they give you arnold, jacksonville jaguars

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    We suggested arnold earlier this season and got burned after he didn’t produce much in the weeks that followed, but after putting up solid weeks in a row, he was back on the radar.

    Arnold has seen 17 targets in the last two weeks, converting them on 12 catches for 128 yards. Okay, not a big production, but we’ll take him on a role that can be a nightmare to fill.

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