The waiver wire is looking lean going into Week 10, but here are a few players worth picking up depending on the size of your league.
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WR Cole Beasley, Dallas Cowboys…If you’re in a deep league (probably 14 teams or more) Beasley might be worth a pick up if you need WR help. He caught two touchdown passes this past weekend and seems to be a redzone favorite of Dak Prescott.
QB Jacoby Brissett, Indianapolis Colts…Likely only available in 12 or 10-team leagues, Brissett is worth a back up QB roster spot. He had his second straight good game on Sunday, throwing for over 300 yards and two touchdowns. Plus, Andrew Luck ain’t walking through that door again this season.
RB Corey Clement, Philadelphia Eagles…Clement is in a crowded backfield, especially after the Eagles added Jay Ajayi, but he led the team in touches on Sunday versus Denver and produced with over 50 yards and two touchdowns. He figures to be more involved than LeGarrett Blount.
WR Josh Doctson, Washington Redskins…Doctson is making strides each week and surely gained the confidence of his team and quarterback on Sunday after a huge catch late in the game to help secure a Washington victory. Expect his targets and production to increase.
TE Hunter Henry, Los Angeles Chargers…Henry may be available in some 12-team and 10-team leagues. If so, he’s a must pick-up for those in need of TE help or depth. He may have been dropped after a disappointing Week 8 performance prior to his Week 9 bye, but he was a solid contributor in Weeks 5, 6 and 7.
WR Jeremy Maclin, Baltimore Ravens…Maclin had his best game of the season on Sunday, catching eight passes for 98 yards.
QB Josh McCown, New York Jets…McCown is probably only a available in 10-team leagues now, after putting up solid numbers for the past five weeks.
WR Terrance Williams, Dallas Cowboys…Williams was a major part of the Cowboys’ offense Sunday, recording a season-high nine catches and 141 yards. Look for Dak Prescott to target Williams more consistently, especially with Dez Bryant hobbled.
WR Robert Woods, Los Angeles Rams…Probably only available in 10-team leagues, Woods is still worth a pick-up. He has caught at least four passes and amassed at least 59 yards for the past four contests.