Getting closer and closer to playoff time people! How close are you to either clinching a playoff spot or sneaking into a playoff spot? These next couple weeks are big BIG weeks. We have Chiefs, Raiders, Eagles and Ravens all on bye this week. That’s replacements for Kareem Hunt, Alex Smith, Derek Carr, Amari Cooper, Carson Wentz, etc. Do you need a help with some streaming options? Here’s my list for the week:
Ryan Fitzpatrick- Who doesn’t like to play against their old team? Winston is being shut down for a few weeks so maybe you need more than a streaming option. Fitzpatrick has the weapons to make him intriguing on a match up to match up basis. At home, against his old team on a week that he practices with the 1st team. You could have worse options to pick up.
Blake Bortles- If he’s not on your waiver wire, then there’s someone that out there that’s already desperate. I’m a big believer that traveling across country affects teams. This game is in Jacksonville where Chargers don’t have a scary defense. If Fournette plays doesn’t get suspended again, Bortles should have time to throw on play action that opens up the field. Tread lightly though, this is still Bortles that we’re talking about.
Kenyan Drake- Damien Williams received the start. He also scored a TD on a reception. The reason I’m picking Kenyan is because he was the better runner. He had 15 touches that went for 104 total yards. If Williams didn’t have a TD, Drake would’ve had the better week last week.
Thomas Rawls- Arizona’s defense is giving up an average of almost 24 points a game. Rawls is coming into the game as the starter after Eddie Lacy went down with an injury last week. He has proven to be a stud when healthy. He should be healthy coming into this game. Whether its on the ground or through the air, Rawls has proven he can get it done.
(Stash Danny Woodhead before someone picks him up next week)
Robert Woods- 2 touchdowns last week and averaging close to 5 catches a game, lately. He seems to have found a stride with Jared Goff. Goff spreads the ball around, but seems to come back to Woods when needed. Normally, I like someone averaging around 6 to 7 catches a game, but he has the ability to find the endzone week after week.
Corey Coleman- I know, I know he’s a Brown. He’s also not a lock to play this week, but he is practicing. Normally, you like to see players practice early on in the week which indicates they have a good chance of playing. Coleman is a deep threat, but struggles to stay healthy. If he’s a stash, he’s worth the roster spot at this point in the season.
(Josh Gordon will be able to help out come playoff time as well)
Charles Clay- Unless you have a top-tier TE, you can hit or miss streaming each week. Before the injury, he had 20 catches for 258 yards and 2 touchdowns in 5 weeks. I like a guy that has a rapport with his QB. Him and Tyrod should be able to start where they left off. Have a back up plan just in case he has a setback later this week.
That’s it for week 10 people. I hope this helps you out and you can secure your place among Fantasy lore. Who are your top adds for the week?