We are approaching Week 10, and we saw some more injuries and their replacements step up. This means players with low owner percentages may see a starting opportunity.
It would be best if you looked at your lineup early this week because Byepacolypse is here. Six teams are on a bye, so you probably have several spots to fill.
Here are some players to look to add to your lineup for Week 10.
QB Ryan Tannehill
Tannehill had a 20+ point game in what was supposed to be his toughest matchup. The passing defenses get easier as weeks go along, including Oakland and Houston in your playoffs. He can be the quarterback you start to make a championship push.
WR Zach Pascal
T.Y. Hilton may miss more time with his calf injury. Pascal led receivers in targets and snaps this past week. He has upside even if Jacoby Brissett misses time.
QB Bradon Allen
Allen helped inject some life in this Denver offense, helping them score 20+ points for the first time since Week 5. Allen has some tough matchups over the next few weeks with road games at Minnesota and Buffalo, then at home against the Los Angeles Chargers.
He’s an option if you’re in a deeper or two-quarterback league.
TE Noah Fant
Fant was the beneficiary of Allen by leading the team in receiving yards in their win against Clevland. He should be picked up as a tight end option.
QB Ryan Fitzpatrick
A new year, same old mid-season Fitzmagic. I’m not confident with him leading my team, but if you’re in a deeper league, and missed some of the other QB targets, I’d roster him.
WR Preston Williams
As bad as the Dolphins are, Williams is getting opportunities, and he made things happen in their first win of the year. Williams has at least seven targets in three weeks and leads the team in target share this season. He will have an MRI Monday after suffering a knee injury, so keep an eye on that.
QB Brian Hoyer
Hoyer stepped up in Brissett’s absence to throw for three touchdowns in their loss to Pittsburgh. I like him next week as a streamer against Miami if Brissett can’t go.
TE Jacob Hollister
I listed Hollister as my sleeper tight end for last week, and he delivered with two touchdowns, including the game-winner in overtime.
This Seattle offense has been firing on all cylinders, including Russell Wilson, who is making an argument for MVP. Hollister is looking like a good option in a thin tight end position.
TE Keelan Cole
In an overall bad day for the Jaguars, Cole was bright spot by leading the team in receiving yards.
Marquis Lee went on IR, and Dede Westbrook was out with a neck and shoulder injury, Cole was one to step up and be that second option with D.J. Chark. Heading into the bye, Nick Foles will come off IR in time for their week ten matchup, Cole could benefit from an upgrade at quarterback.
John “Supi” Supowitz is a graduate from Quinnipiac University with a Masters in Sports Journalism. He is also currently a part of the Game Day Production Staff for a minor league baseball team. If you want to pique his interest, bring up the Yankees, pro-wrestling, or King of The Hill. You can follow him on Twitter @Imthatsupi85 and Instagram @Imthatsupi.