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Week 10 Waiver Wire Pickups

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This week I don’t have too many waiver wires pickups for you to go after and unfortunately two of the top players to get are on the Chargers. Since the Chargers are on a bye week, you won’t be able to use them for the final bye week.

Still keep these names in mind as they can help you for the final couple months of the fantasy football season.


David Garrard: With key quarterbacks off this week like Aaron Rodgers, Philip Rivers and Drew Brees, fantasy owners need an option to plug in for week 10. Look for David Garrard to be a useful option this week as the Jaguars play the Texans sorry secondary.

Running Backs

Mike Tolbert: (On a Bye Week) Over the past few weeks fantasy owners have probably given up on Mike Tolbert as it looked like Ryan Mathews was ready to get back to business. Unfortunately, for Mathews, he suffered another injury and should be out for awhile.

Look for Tolbert to have success on the ground as he’s proven to be effective this year when given opportunities.

Wide Receivers

Seyi Ajirotutu: (On a Bye Week): With all the injuries in the passing game for the Chargers Seyi Ajirotutu got a chance to shine against the Texans. Don’t be surprised if the Chargers continue to keep Ajirotutu active in the passing game after the bye week.

Look to stash Ajirotutu for future weeks as he could continue to benefit from poor health around him.

Nate Washington: Just look at what Randy Moss did for Percy Harvin, and it’s easy to see why Nate Washington is worth a look. Washington had a big game week eight after Kenny Britt fell to injury.

Britt is basically gone for the rest of the fantasy season, and Washington should have some productive games ahead.

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