Week Ten Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Options

For those of you that have been riding the Tim Tebow train you were rewarded this week with a pretty nice fantasy box score. Two touchdowns, no turnovers and over a 100 yards rushing. Not too shabby for a guy that could have been benched at half time. Tebow has bought himself some more time as a starter so plug him in this week against the Chiefs.

There are no teams on bye’s this week so if you’re picking anyone up it’s going to be to drop someone you have lost trust in such as Hue Jackson has with Darrius Heyward-Bey.

Players to add from the Waiver Wire in Week Ten are…


Matt Moore. 3 TDs against the Chiefs showed that Moore can play. If you don’t like your starting QB then Moore might be worth the pick up, if he’s available.

Running Back

Roy Helu. 41 yards rushing, 105 yards receiving on 14 catches. Against the 49ers, one of the best defenses in the NFL, real or fantasy. We never know who might be the starting running back in Washington from week to week but if Shanahan things Ryan Torain or Tashard Choice is better than Helu then he really needs to reconsider is talent evaluating skills.

Wide Receiver

Laurent Robinson. Miles Austin is going to more than likely be out 2-4 weeks. Robinson has scored a TD in back to back games. He’ll probably slide into the starting wide receiver rotation while Austin is out, giving him more opportunities and more targets.

Jacoby Ford. Any DHB owner, myself one of them, was pissed off with the goose egg put up by DHB against the Broncos. No idea why he was benched. Raiders head coach Hue Jackson set it was because DHB was needed in certain sets. I don’t buy that. DHB was finally putting things together and then Campbell got hurt and Palmer came in. Ford is the guy Palmer was looking for the most against the Broncos so pick him up as he’ll continue to get any throws Palmer doesn’t throw to the backs or the other team.

Tight End

Scott Chandler. It’s pretty much touchdown or bust for Chandler. But he’s worth the risk if you think he’ll score a touchdown.

Defense/Special Teams

Jacksonville Jaguars. The Jaguars are actually a pretty good team defensively and they play the Colts this week. Most opposing fantasy defenses come away with double digit points against the Colts.

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