9. Allen Lazard Green Bay Packers WR
Lazard is the clear cut WR2 in Green Bay. A Packers team that looks to be firing on all cylinders. He did travel with the team to San Francisco, so he should be a full go in Week 10. A juicy Week 10 match-up vs. the Jacksonville Jags! He’s my favorite WR add for Week 10.
10. Nelson Agholor Las Vegas Raiders WR
Sunday vs. the Chargers, Nelson had two receptions for 55 yards and a TD. He also looks to be a favorite target of Derek Carr. Has Agholor passed up Ruggs III in the receiving pecking order? I believe that’s not a question at this point.
11. Anthony Miller Chicago Bears WR
In the last two weeks, Miller has seen 19 targets, catching 13 passes for 132 yards. Miller is still battling with rookie WR Darnell Mooney and it can only elevate both players’ production. Looking ahead– the Bears play Minnesota in Week 10. A very exploited match-up.
12. Tim Patrick Denver Broncos WR
Tim had a successful game back in the lineup for Week 9. That would be 4 receptions, 29 yards, and a TD. Don’t get it twisted, Jerry Jeudy is now the WR1 on this Denver team. While KJ Hamler is starting to assert himself. Those two notions aside, Drew Lock still looks to Patrick in crunch time. A Week 10 match-up at Las Vegas has all the makings of a WR3 type game for Tim!
13. David Moore Seattle Seahawks WR
The Seahawks were playing catch up in Buffalo all day on Sunday. That’s what happens when you have a weak defense. DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett are clearly ahead of Moore for targets BUT in the right game script–Moore has value. 71 yards on 4 receptions and a TD is a very fleeting stat line for him. To me, he makes for a nice bench addition and to be deployed purely based on the match-up. We’re talking about a rising WR for Russell Wilson.
14. Marquez Valdes-Scantling Green Bay Packers WR
Hey! MVS did it! 53 receiving yards and two touchdowns! That’s more than a solid performance. When Allen Lazard is back in the starting lineup that clearly hurts MVS’s value but anything is possible when Aaron Rodgers is your QB. I wouldn’t say he’s a must add. He’s calculated and worth the risk.
15. Jordan Reed San Francisco 49ers TE
The unfortunate injury to George Kittle now leaves a huge amount of targets to go round. San Francisco has 10 days to plan for its contest with New Orleans. So Reed gets some extra time to heal and prep for Week 10. We all know the deal with him. We all know the risk of adding and starting him. The choice is yours. Keep in mind how potent he was before he went down. He’s a serious addition if he’s in sync and healthy on the field.
16. Irv Smith Jr. Minnesota Vikings TE
Oh, look! Irv Jr. FINALLY did something. All jokes aside he’s seen an uptick in targets and made the most of them in Week 9. Four targets, 10 yards, and 2 touchdowns. Looking ahead– the Vikings play Chicago and Dallas. Both are plus match-ups. Irv can be added cheaply right now. Jump on it!
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