Welcome back to Fantasy Six Pack. The fantasy playoffs are around the corner, and every move you make is critically important. This article will examine some of the 2022 Fantasy Football Week 10 Waiver Wire Stashes you need on your rosters, whether as streamers this week or guys you can keep on your roster for the future.
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Hopefully, this article will help you find some impactful players for your fantasy teams. We actually talked about a couple of these players on the most recent edition of my podcast, The Lateral Show. Check that out below:
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Top Quarterback Add
Jimmy Garoppolo, QB, San Francisco 49ers (56% rostered Yahoo / 37.2% rostered ESPN)
Not only is Garoppolo handsome, but he's a great fantasy QB option. Since Week 5, Garoppolo is QB11 in points per game (18), according to FantasyPros. In addition, as discussed in The Lateral Show, he has a great playoff schedule (TB, @SEA, WAS, @LV) on top of a solid upcoming stretch, including Week 10's game against the Los Angeles Chargers.
Garoppolo is both a solid short-term and long-term solution at the quarterback position for fantasy managers gearing up for a playoff run.
Top Running Back Adds
Jaylen Warren, RB, Pittsburgh Steelers (27% rostered Yahoo / 11.3% rostered ESPN)
Fantasy managers everywhere know how bad Najee Harris has been this season. In fact, he's been so bad that the Steelers have discussed increasing the role of the undrafted rookie Warren moving forward. Will he magically fix the Steelers' offense? No. But is he worth the speculative add?
Sure, why not! If nothing else, Warren could end up with double-digit touches per game and be a flex consideration for managers. Worst case, he sucks, and you move on. At this stage of the season, players like Warren are low-risk/moderate-reward bench pieces that can provide value.
Rachaad White, RB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (42% rostered Yahoo / 24.1% rostered ESPN)
A favorite of Fantasy Six Pack waiver articles this year, White is a player who has quietly been the RB34 overall in PPR since Week 4 this season, per FantasyPros. White's 25 targets in 2022 rank 21st among running backs this season, according to FantasyData, and that's nothing to scoff at.
While I do not believe he has any chance of usurping Leonard Fournette as the lead back in Tampa, barring injury, White's involvement in the passing game makes him a decent flex option week-to-week with a track record to show for it.
Top Wide Receiver Adds
Mack Hollins, WR, Las Vegas Raiders (24% rostered on Yahoo / 12% rostered ESPN)
This one is pretty simple. With Hunter Renfrow and Darren Waller on IR, the Raiders' pass-catching options have diminished to Davante Adams and a shrug emoji. However, Hollins has done well in 2022, with three top-30 finishes in PPR when other teammates are hurt.
It's proven that Hollins is reliable in fantasy when the rest of the team is hurt, and between now and when Renfrow and Waller return, the opportunity is wide open for him.
Jahan Dotson, WR, Washington Commanders (20% rostered Yahoo / 33.1% rostered ESPN)
The rookie out of Penn State has not played since Week 4, and even when he was healthy, it is fair to say Dotson was a fairly touchdown-dependant option. That said, a WR28 overall finish through the first month of the 2022 NFL season is still worth remembering.
Should Dotson remain injury-free and earn his way back into red zone opportunity for the remainder of the year, it may be wise for fantasy managers to consider adding the forgotten first-year wideout to their benches.
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