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Waiver Wire Time for Week 10

I simply can't believe how quickly the fantasy football season is flying by. Soon it will be March and I'll be morosely looking at the calendar wishing away the next 5 months. But let's focus instead on all the great free agents pickups you can get this week. Or may be forced to get if your QB got injured this past weekend (oh Cutler...) or you're a Brady owner (hopefully you planned for this...).
  • FF Geek Blog - truly a favorite site of mine. Check out their Waiver Wire Pickups, Keeper Sleepers and Spot Starts: Week 10 article.
  • The Sports Outlaw continues his plug for Chris Henry (WR) in this week's Weekly Wiver Wire - Week 10 suggestions.
  • The Hazean's Grab Bag: Week 10 is up with some waiver suggestions and ready for your questions. I have not found anyone nearly as good/timely as The Hazean at answering your lineup go ahead and ask away. You'll have an answer before you know it.
  •'s Risers & Fallers: Brees, Fargas on the rise has encouraged me to give Maurice Morris a good, long look.
  • Try NFL Freaks' Hot Waiver Wire Picks for reasons to stick with Ryan Grant.
  • FF Toolbox has a nice multi-page selection of free agents in their Week 10: Pickups of the Week article.
  • Try Fanball's pickup of the week and drop of the week suggestions.
  • Rotoworld has provided me with some Brady chuckles this morning as well as some helpful insight in their Waiver Wired: Watch Out Models! article. In one league, I am playing against the guy who has Brady this coming week and his only other QB option at the moment is David Carr. I couldn't help but let a wicked laugh escape when I noticed that. What luck for me...
  • FanNation doesn't have their Wire to Wire article posted yet, but check here for it later today.
  • FantasySharks' Week 10 Waiver Wire Pickups has a solid listing of players that range from smokin' hot to those who should be on your radar for future weeks. Check it out.


Jim Nguyen said…
Some guys I'd consider:

QB: JP Losman, Kellen Clemens, Jay Cutler

RB: Priest Holmes, Maurice Morris (Alexander hurt AND playing poorly), Kolby Smith (don't know if Holmes has anything left), Justin Fargas (if he's somehow available but if not, consider Michael Bush (may get some starts late in season for Oakland)

WR: lots here - David Patten (and by corollary, Terrance Copper - I'm buying big into Saints' resurgence), Chris Henry (activated), D.J. Hackett (will keep starting role opposite Branch), Javon Walker (might have been dropped)

- Freddie Footballer
MM said…
Thanks for the mad props!!!
aquababie said…
i'm worried about my WR situation. i have donald driver, dwayne bowe, shaun mcdonald and donte' stallworth. driver and bowe have not been doing well. in fact bowe did zilch for me. mcdonald is iffy. two weeks ago, he sucked. this past week, he put up points. and of course the pats are on the bye. most of the recommended folk have been snapped up.

what's a girl to do??

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