Week 10

WEEK 7 RECAP

The 72′ Dolphins are going to have to wait at least another week to pop their bottles as the Los Angeles Rams stay undefeated as they rolled through the 49ers on Sunday. Todd Gurley continues his hot streak by scoring three touchdowns. Drew Brees hits another milestone by throwing for his 500th touchdown ( not in this one game, that would have been another record) as the Saints win a close one at Baltimore. Justin Tucker missed his first PAT in 223 tries and it, unfortunately, came in the final seconds of the game. The Browns once again went into OT and once again came up short. Hue Jackson after the game hinted at the possibility of taking over or at least being more active in Todd Haley’s offense.

Blake Bortles looked so bad against the Texans that he was benched for Cody Kessler, which didn’t help in a loss at home. Reports were he asked to leave the Jags locker room as apparently there were heated arguments between Jacksonville players most likely over their recent struggles. Sony Michel went down with an injury and latest reports are that it’s likely not serious and he may not miss much time. The Dolphins lost at home as Kerryon Johnson ran all over them. Albert Wilson had what was termed “significant injury” to his hip and Kenny Stills injured his groin late in the game, no certain timetable for either Fins wide receiver.

The Chiefs bounced back from a tough loss last week with a dominant win over the Bengals. Patrick Mahomes is officially in the MVP race and believe it or not, the Chiefs defense actually looked good against an above average Bengals offense that had been lighting it up.

WAIVER WIRE PICKUPS

RB – JALEN RICHARD, RAIDERS

With Marshawn Lynch being placed on IR, Richard is going to receive an uptick in opportunities and is their best catching back. Doug Martin may get the heavier workload, but with the trade of Amari Cooper to Dallas,  I’d want the pass catching back.

RB – KENJON BARNER, PATRIOTS

He should be available in all of your leagues as he’s .01% owned in ESPN leagues. There’s no timetable on the Sony Michel injury but it’s simple math, James White can’t take 100% of the snaps and opportunities. If they don’t add another RB this week, he’s someone to roster until Michel is fully recovered.

RB – RAHEEM MOSTERT, 49ERS

This is a deeper league dart throw, but you can’t trust Alfred Morris and Matt Breida is playing through an injury. If Breida’s injury worsens or has him losing time, Mostert is the next man up.

WR – DANNY AMENDOLA, DOLPHINS

Kenny Stills injured his groin last game, Albert Wilson suffered a hip injury and the Dolphins are limited at the WR position. Unless you’re one of the very few people who believe in DeVante Parker, Amendola is your guy if you want a piece of the Dolphins wide receiver corp.

WR – COURTLAND SUTTON, BRONCOS

There have been rumors of the Broncos trying to trade Demaryius Thomas and if this does happen, Sutton’s value will increase immediately.

WR- SETH ROBERTS, RAIDERS

With Amari Cooper being traded to the Cowboys, Raiders are left with Jordy Nelson and Martavis Bryant. It’s not a sexy pickup and his production tends to be roller coaster like, but if you’re in need of a wide receiver and your waiver wire is slim, he could be a player to take a shot on.

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Chris Perez
Young at heart, old in the knees. One of the few but proud Kansas City Chiefs fans ( 24 years strong) living in Miami,FL. Lover of Coke slurpees, Japanese soda, empanadas and Michael Scott meetings. Got into fantasy football because my skills on Madden were on a downhill, and needed to still feel like a strong behind the scenes sideline fan. Your typical Cuban/Puerto Rican where I know a little about a lot so feel free to hit up me up! Known as @noturnormalhero across all social media formats.

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