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Fantasy Waiver Wire Week 10: 5 to add, drop, buy low, sell high

2T711FA Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Chidobe Awuzie (22) tackles Houston Texans wide receiver Noah Brown (85) during an NFL football game, Sunday, Nov. 12, 2023, in Cincinnati. (AP Photo/Melissa Tamez)

• Add Noah Brown: The Houston Texans have plenty of talented receivers, but it’s impossible to ignore a wide receiver with back-to-back 150-yard games.

• Drop Miles Sanders: The Carolina Panthers backfield has become a three-man committee and Sanders might not put up many fantasy points even if he can regain the job.

Make trades this week: Trade deadlines in most leagues are at the end of the week, making now the time to make a trade. This will be the last edition of this article due to the trade deadline passing.

Estimated reading time: 14 minutes

This piece is a fantasy manager's one-stop shop for managing their fantasy roster early in the week. For more players to add, check out the weekly waiver wire, and for more on this past week's games in general, check out the fantasy football recap.

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1. RB Keaton Mitchell, Baltimore Ravens

Mitchell led the Ravens running backs in rushing yards and receiving yards despite playing a limited role.

  • Mitchell broke out in a big way last week, producing over 100 rushing yards and a touchdown, but he appeared on the injury report in the middle of the week due to a hamstring injury.
  • This game began with a two-man rotation between Gus Edwards and Mitchell. Edwards played nine first-quarter snaps, while Mitchell played six.
  • Mitchell ran for a 39-yard touchdown and caught a 32-yard pass in those six snaps, which is more rushing yards and more receiving yards than the other Ravens running backs gained all game combined.
  • Mitchell played only seven of the 39 snaps over the rest of the game, presumably due to his hamstring injury.
  • Mitchell remains the top waiver-wire option at running back in leagues where he is still available. He was playing ahead of Justice Hill to begin this game and very well could the rest of the season.
  • Edwards averaged 2.2 yards per carry, so Mitchell may play ahead of Edwards sooner rather than later.

2. RB Ty Chandler, Minnesota Vikings


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