2015 Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Week 10

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We continue to go through the bye-weeks going into Week 10 and picking up spot-starters, bye-week fillers, and players to put in for under-performers is key this week. Every week counts right now if you are going to make play-offs but you need to make wise choices these weeks.

Must Grab:

Jordan Reed (TE, WAS) - he is a reliable weekly starter for any under-performing TE or bye-week fill-in. He is a must grab.

Jeremy Langford (RB, CHI) - He is a solid pick-up this week. He is most likely been picked-up, but he is someone that needs to be grabbed.

Sammy Watkins (WR, BUF) - he has been on a number of waiver wires and he is a must own now that he is in full health. He is still not the most consistent WR, but he will begin to build trust with Tyrod Taylor and put up solid numbers.

Tyrod Taylor (QB, BUF) - looks healthy and has a number of solid weapons around him.

Karlos Williams (RB, BUF) - this is a Bills heavy waiver wire week, but Williams is now fully healthy and has a real nose for the end-zone. He is solid and McCoy is fragile so he is a must own.

Brandon LaFell (WR, NE) - I gave a heads up weeks back to pick him up, but if he is still available consider yourself lucky.

Steve Johnson (WR, SD) - still waiting to see how he plays tonight, but he will become more of a go-to target for Rivers.

Willie Snead (WR, NO) - he shouldn't be on your waiver wire if you read my article weekly; he is the real-deal with Drew Brees, so please pick him up and use him for bye-weeks and injuries.

Spot-Starters:

Alfred Blue (RB, HOU) - Arian Foster is done for the season and Blue should become the lead RB in Houston. Blue was given the start and also made catches out of the backfield. If you are in need of a RB in a PPR league then you can look at Blue, but keep expectations low.

James Starks (RB, GB) - continues to eat into Eddie Lacy's workload; he is still just a spot-starter for fantasy and Lacy could retake more carries any time.

Tavon Austin (WR, STL) - the Rams continue to look like a new team with Todd Gurley and Austin will get looks weekly. He presents a three to five catches for 40 to 70 yards with TD upside weekly.

Antonio Andrews (RB, TEN) - he makes this list weekly and every week he looks better. He needs to find the end-zone to be a must-grab but he can fill in for injuries.

Brandon Bolden (RB, NE) - Dion Lewis may have a serious injury and Bolden will be the PPR RB to own. He will see some carries but most likely will be used in passing situations and to give Blount a break.

Derek Carr (QB, OAK) - If you need a new starting QB then Carr is the QB to own and start.

Austin Seferian-Jenkins (TE, TB) - he should return next week and will be a TE that will go under the radar in waivers this week. He has tons of PPR upside and TD potential and is one of the top TE's to target on the wire this week.

Charles Sims (RB, TB) - he is getting carries in Tampa, but Doug Martin keeps Sims value capped. He is a hand-cuff for Doug Martin owners.

Malcom Floyd (WR, SD) - with all the injuries and potential injuries in San Diego then Floyd gets a chance to step up and lead the way in catches.

Michael Crabtree (WR, OAK) - he shouldn't be on your waiver wire, but in some leagues he is on the wire. He is targeted enough and presents enough TD upside to be a solid spot-starter weekly.

Jameis Winston (QB, TB) - looked solid against the Washington Redskins this weekend and is starting to connect with Mike Evans. He is coming along as a QB and can be relied upon as a bye-week starter.

Marvin Jones (WR, CIN) - solid PPR pick-up for your bye-weeks.

Nate Washington (WR, HOU) - he had so much garbage time fantasy points it's hard not to give him a look, but what we did see is that he is the WR2 in Houston and will get continued targets weekly.

Ben Watson (TE, NO) - he will continue to catch between four and six catches a week with TD upside from Drew Brees.

Jacob Tamme (TE, ATL) - the problem with Tamme is that he is not consistent, but he can be used as a spot-starter in PPR leagues.

Kamar Aiken (WR, BAL) - with Steve Smith done for the year Aiken becomes the starting receiver in Baltimore. He should be solid in PPR leagues and is a WR to target this week.

Michael Floyd (WR, ARZ) - he has upside if John Brown stays out another week; Brown will most likely play next week but if does stay out another week then Floyd can be used as a spot-starter.

Shaun Draughn (RB, SF) - he is the new starter in San Fran and will continue to get carries. He is very unreliable at this point and should only be stashed.

Devin Funchess (WR, CAR) - finally starting to come around but still only a stash at this point as he needs to show consistency and more use.

Marcus Mariota (QB, TEN) - just not showing the consistent numbers we have expected, but he will continue to develop weekly and can be used in two QB leagues.

Taiwan Jones (RB, OAK) - Murray could miss next week due to concussion and Jones can be a nice fill-in RB. He is a solid grab for one week usage if you are in a bind.

Vernon Davis (TE, DEN) - keep him stashed but he could prove useful for fantasy play-offs.

Watch:

Crockett Gillmore (TE, BAL) - he will continue to see increased targets with Steve Smith going down for the rest of the year. I like him as a spot-starter for bye-weeks going forward.

Dorial Green-Beckham (WR, TEN) - he will continue to gain momentum weekly and is a huge target; he is a grab for dynasty leagues, but not ready to be consistent for your team yet.

Jay Ajayi (RB, MIA) - he is only a hand-cuff for Lamar Miller owners at this point.

David Cobb (RB, TEN) - Andrews continues to run well enough but would imagine Cobb gets his chance.

Richard Rodgers (TE, GB) - roll the dice if you want to start Rodgers, but could easily put up zero points next week.

Tyler Lockett (WR, SEA) - he continues to get workload weekly and is still a stash at this point.

Garrett Celek (TE, SF) - with Vernon Davis leaving Celek will get his chance; he is a red-zone target but again is a risky start.

Marquess Wilson (WR, CHI) - he is super dependent on Eddie Royal's injury and if Royal misses time and you are in a deep league then you can consider Wilson for Week 9.