2014 Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Week 10

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The bye-weeks are almost behind us but the injuries are stacking up.  Going into the second half of the season working the waiver wire for QB, WR, RB, TE, K and DEF is going to be super important if you are going to finish strong as well as win your league.

Double check the waiver wire (just in case)...

Adrian Peterson (RB, MIN) - at this point he is just a lottery ticket and only hold onto him if you have the space. He has a super long shot chance to play again this year, but don't waste roster space if you need help as there are many other options out there.

Bobby Rainey (RB, TB) - Sims will get some playtime eventually but Rainey looks like an all-around solid RB. He should be owned and can be used as a spot starter.

Jeremy Hill (RB, CIN) - as long as Giovanni Bernard is out then Hill should be used as a starter.

Josh Gordon (WR, CLE) - he better not be there, but if he is then you hit gold.

Carson Palmer (QB, ARZ) - if you read my articles you know how much I value this QB; he shouldn't be on the wire, but is solid starting QB in fantasy.

Ryan Tannehill (QB, MIA) - he should have given you every reason to believe he is able to put up usable fantasy numbers after this week. He is a startable QB at this point.

Must Grab:

Charles Sims (RB, TB) - he will eventually play a large role in the offense for the Bucs, but right now he should only be stashed.

Alfred Blue (RB, HOU) - Arian Foster looks to have a knee injury and Alfred Blue is now a must add as he will get a ton of work in the backfield and in the air. He is solid for PPR leagues as well. 

Spot-Starter:

Anthony Dixon (RB, BUF) - he was on bye-week last week and many owners have forgotten about him already, if you are in need of a spot starter and there isn't much out there then look to Dixon.

Terrance West (RB, CLE) - it appears we are in a true RBBC in Cleveland, so West should only be used if there are not any other options available, but he does give you some upside.

Tre Mason (RB, StL) - it appears the Rams are backing off from their RBBC and giving Mason more work. He is a must grab for the second half of the season.

Mark Sanchez (QB, PHI) - Philly has an explosive offense and if Foles has a broken collarbone then Sanchez will be a wild card, but he is worth a flier in many leagues, but it is very difficult to start Sanchez.

Ryan Mallett (QB, HOU) - his time is coming and if you have space on your roster then stash him now; I prefer Sanchez at this point due to his situation but Mallett is a close second for QB assistance on your team.

Martavis Bryant (WR, PIT) - Big Ben has been a touchdown machine over the last two games and Bryant is a key target in the red-zone. If you are in a TD only league and looking for a WR with clear upside then Bryant is an excellent spot-starter going forward.

Jordan Matthews (WR, PHI) - Sanchez is the new starting QB in Philly but found some connection with Matthews already. He is usable in very deep leagues, but otherwise he is a stash at this point.

Allen Robinson (WR, JAX) - he is most likely not available on the waiver wire, but he has the talent and the Jaguars have to throw the ball a ton to stay in the game.

Owen Daniels (TE, BAL) - if you are in a PPR league he is averaging 3.3 catches a game for the season, but the last two games has six receptions in each game. He doesn't have too much TD upside but is a clear spot-starter in PPR leagues.

Charles Clay (TE, MIA) - on the flip side if you are in a TD only league then Clay is the TE that you should be targeting over Daniels.

Watch:

Daniel Thomas and Damien Williams (RB, MIA) - if Lamar Miller is out next weekend then Thomas and Williams would be a spot-starter, but at this point Miller would need to be out for Thomas or Williams to make any sense to add to your team.

John Carlson (TE, ARZ) - Carson Palmer was looking Carlson's way frequently; if you are in dire need of a TE then take a look at Carlson otherwise he is a bit too boom or bust right now to acquire.

Allen Hurns (WR, JAX) - had a solid weekend but still way too much of a boom or bust to add on your team or start.

Kenny Britt (WR, StL) - has a little bit of upside since Brian Quick is gone, but honestly he is so sporadic that he is a tough WR to start.

Mychal Rivera (TE, OAK) - he had a solid weekend but he is not worth adding or starting.