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Below are our Week 10 Waiver Wire Adds, but keep tabs on players mentioned last week, in case those players are still on waivers.

Week 10 Adds

James Starks, GB RB

James Starks (knee) returned to practice last week, and there is early talk on news wires that he could return this week. Ty Montgomery has filled in nicely for the Pack from a football standpoint, but he is not looking like the long-term answer, nor will he likely hold up on a string of games. The Pack will likely welcome back Starks as the lead rusher. He should be grabbed in all leagues and could have very solid flex-value, if not more, within 1-2 weeks! Note: Joique Bell could sign with GB today. Monitor this and react accordingly.

Paul Perkins, NYG RB

I like Paul Perkins. Rashad Jennings will likely continue to get the goal line work, for now, while/if healthy, but Perkins got 11 carries in Week 9. While he only posted 32 yards, he clearly has the second piece of that RBBC locked down, and Jennings getting hurt seems somewhat likely. If getting all the carries, he could be a surprise, and he should be owned.

DuJuan Harris, SF RB – With Carlos Hyde sitting out Week 9, Harris got the touches and totaled an impressive 59 yards on 10 carries, while pulling in five catches for 83 yards and a touchdown. Hyde is the starter when healthy, and check on him all week, but Harris is the clear handcuff and flex-worthy if starting.

Chris Ivory, JAC RB

A free agent in many formats, Ivory ran for 107 yards on 18 carries. He is no lock to be consistent, but should be owned in most leagues.

More Adds

JJ Nelson
Dion Lewis
Steve Smith
Char. West


  1. Smitty on November 7, 2016 at 8:38 am

    Who you got?

  2. joe sim on November 8, 2016 at 11:03 pm

    J Nelson.

    • Smitty on November 9, 2016 at 1:14 am

      He was on last week’s but great mention, as he could be available in many leagues still.

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