Waiver Wire - Week 10

Headed into week 10 there isn't that much excitement on most waiver wires, we have a few running backs looking to get more carries with injuries hitting many teams. At this point of the season people generally are who they have been through the season, so we can look for the players that have boom or busted to try and hit big on one week going forward in positions we have got weak production from so far.

D'Onta Foreman RB TEN (0.8% rostered) - Adrian Peterson is back and handled 10 carries, but D'Onta Foreman looked to be the more explosive player. 29 yards on 5 carries for Foreman while Peterson only managed 22 yards on 10 carries. Knowing that McNichols will be getting the majority of the targets out of the backfield, Foreman is an intriguing flier for teams with extra space as we see how the Tennessee backfield shakes out.

Brandon Bolden RB NE (7.2% rostered) - With both Harris and Stevenson leaving the game with head injuries, it opens up a big spot for Bolden to handle the backfield if they aren't cleared for next week. He handled 10 touches for 81 yards last week in both the passing and ground game. Even if one of Harris or Stevenson comes back, he can play second fiddle in the

Eno Benjamin RB ARI (0.1% rostered) - With the news that Edwards is out, Eno should handle some work between the 20's. Still expecting Connor to dominate the touches and goal line work, but there could be 5-10 touches available in the right game script for Eno for a RB desperate team.

Evan Engram TE NYG (26.8% rostered) - With touchdowns in 2 straight weeks, he can be a boom or bust player for a team with lackluster TE output so far. After the bye, getting their offense healthy should only help as it will take some attention away from Engram to their skill position players, but whether or not the targets come is something we have been looking at for years.

C.J. Uzomah TE CIN (26.3% rostered) - Another high volatility TE, with all of the attention that gets paid to the big 3 WRs and Mixon, in the right game script he can find the end zone and multiple targets. If you're in need for a big week from a tight end, you could do worse than Uzomah.

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