Tuesday, November 10, 2015


Amazing that we are already up to Week 10 in fantasy football.  With that said let's check out the prime waiver adds for this week.

James White:  With the New England Patriots having lost Dion Lewis for the season with a torn ACL, James White figures to be the next man up in terms of replacing him.  White can catch the football and also run a bit but Branden Bolden also could be in the mix here so don't go overboard with the claim.

James Starks:  If Starks is somehow still available on your waiver wire, pounce on hi.  Eddie Lacy has been a colossal bust this season for the Green Bay Packers, looking overweight and running terribly.  Starks meanwhile has been tremendous when given the chance to play and on merit alone, he deserves to be the guy.

Karlos Williams:  With LeSean McCoy anything but a given to start Thursday night due to his injured shoulder, backup Karlos Williams is ready to step in like he did last week when he ran almost 100 yards and two scores in limited duty.  Williams has done enough to show he has the skills to be a RB 2 in all formats.

Brian Hoyer:  Hoyer is still available in way too many leagues after performing very well since going back under center for the Houston Texans.  He has thrown for a bunch of touchdowns since taking over for Ryan Mallett and in two-QB formats he should be started on a weekly basis. 

Matt Cassel:  It looks like Matt Cassel has now found some comfort under center for the Dallas Cowboys last Sunday night, tossing three touchdowns in welcoming Dez Bryant back.  He gets the very weak Tampa Bay Buc's defense this week and should be in line for another similar outing.

Dorial Green-Beckham:  The rookie wideout is getting a chance now to run with the first-team in Tennessee and comes off a productive Week 9 where he showed how effective he could be with his immense size.  The ceiling is sizable here and with the Titans throwing it more than expected, green-Beckham is worth checking out.

Pittsburgh Steelers:  The Steelers get the weak Cleveland Browns offense this week and that is a nice matchup despite the unit's difficulties lately.  Look for a batch of turnovers and a decent number of sacks as the Cleveland offensive line has not played well. 


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