HIGH-RIGHT SEAT FILLS: Week 10 Weekend Waiver Wire Includes Isaiah Spiller, Mack Hollins, Cade Otton, Jaylen Warren and Deshaun Watson

This week, the Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals, New England Patriots and New York Jets will all bid farewell through Week 10. This can make things difficult in terms of removing players if you are seriously injured or injured. Quite a few guys are saying goodbye this week where you may have to put together a deck with duct tape and spare parts while hoping for the best.

As we near the end of the fantasy football regular season, picking the right players in time for the League Playoffs stage could be the difference between winning and losing. As we’ve already seen with the Carolina Panthers, offenses can change when coaches are fired and players who are buried on the depth chart like D’Onta Foreman can appear when the starters are substituted in front of them. Teams like the Chicago Bears can improve their attacks during the season, too. For the first few weeks, players like Darnell Money and Cole Quit were considered drop-able. Now they are interesting options for the imagination for the rest of the season.

Week to week my job is to keep my ear on the ground with everything that’s going on with the 32 teams to help you research some free options in your league waiver wire. Several weeks ago, D’Onta Foreman was suggested as a late-stack quit with Christian McCaffrey likely to be traded and teams who had previously planned through the selection of Foreman were generously rewarded. Broncos tight end Greg Dulcich has been a big name on this list for just a few weeks now, and is now on most leagues. Here are some of the best players to hide before Week 10 kicks off.

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Hide the waiver wire the weekend before the 10th week

Mac HollinsAnd the Las Vegas Raiders 22% Listed

Earlier this week, Hunter Renfrow and Darren Waller were both placed in the Injured Reserve by the Raiders, making Hollins the de facto No. 2 choice on the team almost by default. Hollins played at least 85 percent of the team’s offensive shots all season and had an epic performance in Week 3 as he had 11 goals to go along with 8 receptions for 158 yards and a TD. Hollins has seen a total of 44 goals in 8 games this season and that number should rise with the aforementioned players in the next 4 games.

While the next two games are strong against the Colts and Broncos defenses, the Conquerors get the Seahawks in Week 12, which can be a high-score issue. However, if you’ve been writhing in a wide receiver this week and need a warm body to put you in line at the WR or even Flex spot, Hollins is a great pick. He has a positive attitude and will be fed by Derek Carr regardless.

Isaiah SpillerAnd the Los Angeles Chargers4% are listed

One of the breed community’s favorite off-season prospects, Spiller fell on draft day after a poor showing at the NFL Combine where he slipped into the fourth round. He was mostly inactive for much of the first season but now seems to have earned the trust of the Chargers coaching staff. The Spiller is now listed at number two on the Chargers Depth Chart to Austin Ekeler. While it’s possible that an injury to Ekeler would make Spiller of great fanciful value, he’s a player worth watching for the rest of the season as we know their attack can be at full force.

Last week against Atlanta, Spiller had 7 runs for just 29 yards, but it was nice to see him there though. Sony Michel and Joshua Kelley weren’t viable options for the team this year and needed a backup that could come in and spell Spiller in the worst way. That hasn’t happened yet, but it’s fair to say that Spiller has by far the biggest upside of anyone but his name Austin Eckler on the Chargers’ depth chart, so he’s a player worth making and keeping lists just to see what happens.

Trillon Burkes, Tennessee Titans17% are listed

The 18th overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft, Burks began emerging as a passing pro on the Titans before being sidelined with a toe injury. It is a large body receiver that can extend the field. After spending the past four weeks on the injured reserve, Brix is ​​eligible to return in the next 21 days after the team appointed him to return on November 9. The most likely return for Birx is the November 17 game against the Green Bay Packers.

After the Titans replaced AJ Brown on the recruiting night for the selection who became Burks, they have every intention of getting him involved in the crime and even making him the number one target, so goals and productions must come in. The Burks don’t have much competition for the Titans’ current depth chart on a wide receiver with the likes of Robert Woods, Nick Westbrook-Ikhine, Cody Hollister and Chris Conley. Although we don’t yet know when Birx will return, he will be an important component of the Attacking Titans as they look to take a 5-3 playoff lead and secure their place at the top of South Asia. Before he turned pro, Burks finished his junior season in Arkansas with 66 receptions for 1,104 yards and 11 TDs.

Jaylyn WarrenPittsburgh Steelers28% are listed

It’s no secret that Nagy Harris hasn’t looked like himself this season after sustaining an injury to Lefranc during training camp over the summer. While we haven’t seen much of Jaylen Warren yet, he easily looked like the more explosive of the two this season. So far in 2022, Warren has had 29 dash for 153 yards (5.3 AVG) while having 12 passes for 88 yards. It’s smaller but much faster than the running back from Harris.

Since Ben Roethlisberger retired, the Steelers’ offense hasn’t looked quite like it used to be because they are near the bottom 5 in nearly every offensive class this season. Is there a possibility that the Steelers can simply shut down Survivor Harris for this season? It’s in the realm of possibilities and for that reason, Warren should be put on a list whenever possible. There have been rumors that Warren is getting more involved in Pittsburgh’s game plan for the rest of the season, and we have to catch him now while he’s free in case.

Kid Otontampa bay boss19% are listed

Otton was selected in the fourth round by the Bucs in the 2022 NFL Draft, and has seen 26 total goals over the last 5 games. In an epic comeback in Week 9 against the Los Angeles Rams, Otton took the game-winning touchdown and finished the day with 5 receptions for 68 yards and a TD. We know that Tom Brady and the Bucs have lost Rob Gronkowski since his off-season retirement and there is an opportunity for Otton to step in and fill that role.

While it’s generally been wise to avoid beginner tight ends for fancy purposes, the Otton has been looking good for the past month and can ultimately be a great option if you’re hurting at the center or on a farewell week. If Tampa can ride the momentum and turn its attack after last week, Otton could be a great game for the rest of the season.

Deshaun WatsonCleveland Browns37% are listed

While still pending, Deshaun Watson is entitled to come back here in Week 13 against his former Houston Texans. Watson has been a fantastic NFL player in the seasons he’s played, but he hasn’t taken a shot since 2020. How rusty will he be when he finally plays for the first time in nearly two years? However, if you’re agonizing at center back or still have a late farewell week, Watson could be a great start to your lineups.

Sometimes it’s wise to group a player who has the upside in fantasy just so no one else in your league can put him on a list and end up starting that player against you. Watson finished the QB5 title in 2020 and 2019, as well as the QB4 in 2018. He has some viable weapons around him with Nick Chubb, Karim Hunt, Amari Cooper and David Njoku. Towards the end of the season, the Browns play the Texans, Bengals, Ravens, Saints, and Commanders. With Watson’s capabilities and pros, it’s worth making lists of almost all formats.

DeAndre Carter, Los Angeles Chargers28% are listed

The Chargers’ offense has been ruined by injuries this season. Currently, Keenan Allen and Mike Williams are scheduled to miss the team competition against the San Francisco 49ers in Week 10. Last week, Carter played 83 percent of the team’s offensive tackles against the Atlanta Falcons and earned 5 assists for 53 yards. While the 49ers have one of the best defenses in the league, the way they can be defeated is through the air.

Josh Palmer was the number 3 WR on the team and is currently WR1 with Allen and Williams injured. However, since we know how good Justin Herbert is, there’s room for Carter to get some good games even while competing with Palmer, Eckler and Gerald Everett for goals. When the chargers appear, get the chiefs at week 11 followed by the cardinals at week 12.

Taylor Hynek, Washington Leaders9% are listed

Last week against Minnesota, Heinicke was the QB15 of the week with 14.7 fantasy points, but he made a solid game the previous week with 23.1 fantasy points against the Colts. Heinicke is 2-1 as a starter of the season for leaders and rookie Carson Wentz will be eligible to return after next week. If Hennecke and the leaders can annoy the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday night, is there a chance that Ron Rivera and company will still be with him?

After a rough start, the leaders went back to 4-5. Ron Rivera loves Heinicke and the guns around him a lot better than last year with Curtis Samuel and rookie Venom Jahan Dotson as well as talented Terry McLaurin. Heinicke is rushing to the upside for your lineups and although this week’s showdown is tough against the Eagles’ defense, Heinicke will play Texans, Falcons and Giants over the next three weeks if he stays at the start.

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