Week 10 is upon us. With more injuries and bye weeks thrown our way, I bring you our top waiver signings for this week.
Drew Lock (Denver Broncos) – He’s back on my list now with evidence proving why he should be picked up. With another 3 TD game, this time with over 300 passing yards, Lock has shown fantasy relevance and has an exciting young offense behind him.
Tua Tagovailoa (Miami Dolphins) – This is a bit more of a risk. Tua had a tough time in his first game against the Rams, but he really stepped it up this week against the Cardinals. Tua threw for almost 250 yards and 2 TDs this week. On a good matchup, I am confident in him, fortunately, he has some favorable matchups in the next couple of weeks.
J.D. Mckissic (Washington Football Team) – I know, another repeat on my list. Full disclosure, Mckissic will be on my list every week until he is owned in 50% of leagues. Mckissic is really a must-own in PPR or half-point PPR leagues and he gets even better with Alex Smith at QB. Mckissic had his best game yet with 9 receptions and 65 yards, but what I like most about him is the fact that he was targeted a whopping 14 times this week. It would be hard not to perform well with that amount of involvement.
Duke Johnson (Houston Texans) – David Johnson left the game last week with a concussion leaving Duke Johnson as his replacement. Duke is another dual-threat back who is just as involved in the air as he is on the ground, however, Duke hasn’t had much opportunity until now. We don’t know the extent of David’s injury yet, but if David is out, Duke will have some value.
Nelson Agholor (Las Vegas Raiders) – OK this is the last repeat for this week, I promise. After a rough week 8, Agholor had a bounce-back week netting in over 50 yards and a TD. Agholor has become a legit boom or bust player. If you want to gamble with Agholor you will get either 0 points or 15.
Tim Patrick (Denver Broncos) – Patrick is a big part of this exciting Broncos offense. Patrick was targeted 9 times last week against the Falcons and got himself a TD. With Jerry Jeudy back in action, Patrick’s value has gone down some bit, however, there is still some value as the number 2 option for Drew Lock.
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