Week 10 Adds

  1. Dion Lewis | RB NE
  2. Marvin Jones Jr | WR DET
  3. Robby Anderson | WR NYJ
  4. Josh Gordon | WR CLE
  5. Corey Davis | WR TEN
  6. Alfred Morris | RB DAL
  7. JuJu Smith-Schuster | WR PIT
  8. Marqise Lee | WR JAC
  9. Kenyan Drake | RB MIA
  10. Dede Westbrook | WR JAC
  11. Jimmy Garoppolo | QB SF
  12. Kenny Stills | WR MIA
  13. Alex Collins | RB BAL
  14. Marlon Mack | RB IND
  15. Damien Williams | RB MIA
  16. Darren McFadden | RB DAL
  17. Corey Clement | RB PHI
  18. Terrance Williams | WR DAL
  19. Thomas Rawls | RB SEA
  20. Curtis Samuel | WR CAR
  21. Paul Richardson | WR SEA
  22. Rod Smith | RB DAL
  23. Kenny Golladay | WR DET
  24. DeAndre Washington | RB OAK
  25. Jalen Richard | RB OAK
  26. O.J. Howard | TE TB
  27. Vernon Davis | TE WAS
  28. Jack Doyle | TE IND
  29. Mike Tolbert | RB BUF
  30. Matt Forte | RB NYJ

Hey all… as we head into Week 10, make sure you know all of your Week 10 Byes: RAVENS, CHIEFS, RAIDERS, EAGLES

Of all of the players on this list, Dion Lewis has the most upside, but there is also a big chance he never gets starter touches. Still, there upside is there, and if New England feeds him starter touches, I think he plays like a high-end RB2 go-forward.

Marvin Jones Jr has high-end WR3 appeal moving forward, and this is before his Week 9 Monday night outing. He could climb higher in some eyes after tonight, or he could fall a bit — It depends on how he does tonight. His two prior weeks: 6/96/1TD and 6/128/0TDs.

Robby Anderson is proven to be reliable over the last three weeks, pulling in a TD pass in each of his last three contests. Lock him into WR3-type usage moving forward — the guy makes plays!

The Browns will have Josh Gordon back soon, but he isn’t eligible until Week 13, and even then will he be ready to rumble? He should be owned in all leagues, but a safer bet is that he could be usable in Week 14, 15 and 16. Grab him and hope to get him in Week 13. He is a beast talent-wise, so if anyone can step right in and be elite, it is Gordon. But, just curb expectations, as elite production is a lot to ask from a player who hasn’t played in ages.

Corey Davis is back. While he only pulled in 2 passes for 28 yards last week, he could be WR3-ready in a week or so. Grab him in redraft, and buying low in dynasty isn’t a bad idea.

Alfred Morris may not be used this week, as Zeke Elliott could play another week before we know anything in regards to his potential 6-game suspension. There is still a chance Zeke gets suspended heading into the end of this week, at which point Morris would instantly hold RB2 value for this coming week. Grab him for when/if Zeke faces suspended games.

JuJu Smith-Schuster has tons of upside as a WR3 moving forward. He is targeted a lot, he is trusted in that PIT passing game, and he seems to be getting more involved each week. He is a legit WR3 right now.


  1. CR Wirthlin on November 7, 2017 at 12:29 am

    Smitty, any thoughts on a QB when Winston has been a disappointment AND is out, plus my real stud Watson went down?
    I grabbed Goff quickly and was thinking about either Cutler or ???
    Thanks. Lineup has been destroyed this year due to injuries! Lol.

    • Smitty on November 10, 2017 at 1:55 am

      Hey pal… Goff is a fine play and grab. Cutler, no thanks, not over Goff, who had what 3-4TDs last week?

  2. Oprtnshtdwn on November 7, 2017 at 7:19 am

    Whats your opinion on Corey Coleman. Due to return in Week 11. Buy for the stretch run or has the ship officially sailed?

    • Smitty on November 10, 2017 at 1:54 am

      He is a solid grab and kinda wait and see. Maybe a good play as a WR3 in larger leagues. Sure. Next year will be his year to show his stuff, but maybe we see some flashes here in the coming weeks? Your thoughts?

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