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Week 10 Standard & PPR Waiver Wire Targets

Case KeenumWe’re running a little behind this week, but fear not…the waiver wire targets are in. We had some new names on the scoring charts in Week 9 and there is certainly help out there if you’re looking to bolster your roster going into the tail end of the fantasy season. Good luck in Week 10.

Case Keenum (QB, Texans)

Keenum looked great in the first half of his Week 9 matchup versus the Colts. Unfortunately, things dropped off in the second half and he couldn’t come away with a win. That said, he had a whopping 350 yards and 3 TDs with no interceptions. That’s music to a fantasy owner’s ears if they’re in the market for a QB. If head coach Kubiak isn’t on the sidelines in Week 10, Keenum will be getting play calls from OC Rick Dennison. That could play into things a bit, but Keenum is still a worthwhile addition.

Rashad Jennings (RB, Raiders)

Jennings has showed that he can put up great production when and if he needs to fill in for Darren McFadden. McFadden “tweaked” his already sensitive hamstring in Week 9 and Jennings came in to put up 15 rushes for 102 yards and a TD plus another 7 catches for 74 yards. It’s worth watching DMC’s hamstring injury this week because if he’s out, then Jennings becomes a great start.

Jerricho Cotchery (WR, Steelers)

An oldy but a goody. Cotchery is still hanging around and his production has actually been decent in 2013. He’s certainly proved that he is a redzone favorite of QB Ben Roethlisberger as he put up 3 more touchdowns in Week 9. The Steelers have been struggling on offense, but Week 9 seemed to be looking up. Cotch won’t reel in TDs every week, but he’s worth grabbing if you need help because he’ll get the targets.

Aaron Dobson (WR, Patriots)

The offense in New England has been in flux all season, and in Week 9 it showed that Tom Brady can still be terrific when the pieces are working. The return of both Danny Amendola and Gronkowki certainly help matters. Dobson has emerged as Brady’s clear preferred rookie wideout, and he stands to get more looks with the potential matchup problems that Amendola and Gronk present for defenses. He won’t have 130 yards and 2 touchdowns like Week 9 every week, but he certainly has upside if this offense can start coming to life. New England is on a bye in Week 10, but he’s still worth an addition if he’s out there.


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Kelly Smelser is Owner/Senior Writer for Punch Drunk Wonderland and PDFantasy Sports. Architect of the PDW fantasy football world and general spinster of NFL and Fantasy Football news and analysis. Long walks on the beach, sunsets, and other such niceties are also fine...