2023 IDP Football Week 10 Waiver Wire

by Steve Hungarter (IDPHunter)
2023 IDP Football Week 10 Waiver Wire

John Bon Jovi once famously said that we are halfway there. While it may be true that some fantasy owners are "living on a prayer" right now, this 2023 IDP Football Week 10 Waiver Wire article, is going to help you "make it I swear. " We here at the Fantasy Six Pack still want to make sure we all can "hold on to what we got" even if doesn't make a difference if we make the playoffs or not. After all,  "we got each other" and we will "give it a shot."

As the 2023 fantasy football season reaches its halfway point now, fantasy owners across the world find themselves echoing Jon Bon Jovi's famous line, "Ohh, we're halfway there!" This quote, which stems from the iconic song "Livin' on a Prayer," perfectly captures the mix of hope and uncertainty that comes after the midway point of any fantasy football campaign. In this article, we'll take a closer look at IDP and how some players are faring and still waivers.

Fantasy football enthusiasts understand that it takes a combination of skill, strategy, and a little bit of luck to create a winning team. By drawing inspiration from Bon Jovi's iconic music and songs, you can infuse your roster with a sense of determination, passion, and a belief that you too are  "Livin' on a Prayer" one game after the Halfway Point of the 2023 Fantasy Football Season for victory. So, assemble your fantasy football "young guns," then channel the spirit of Bon Jovi, and let the music guide you to glory on the virtual gridiron.

2023 IDP Football Week 10 Waiver Wire

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Nate Landman, LB, Atlanta Falcons (16%)

The Falcon's defense may not be the soft "bed of roses" from a Bon Jovi song, but a replacement player like Nathan Landman sure can protect our fantasy team like a fortress. Coming off a ten-tackle one-sack performance, he gets over 75% of the snaps and is going to nab you 8-12 tackles any given week.


Kenny Moore, DB, Indianapolis Colts (39%)

When it comes to Defensive backs, you want players who can "Run away" with the game, and Moore, quite literally, did just that. With two interceptions returned for two touchdowns. Moore also ended up with 115 yards. Always in the DB3 conversation of IDP leagues, he continues to have strong weeks on just his tackle floor alone and sprinkles in some of these big impact weeks too.

Tre'von Moehrig, DB, Los Angeles Raiders (19%)

Moehrig's contributions go beyond merely "Livin' on a pass deflection." Starting from Week 2, he has consistently been on the field for 100% of the snaps, delivering five or more tackles in all but two games. In addition to his tackles, he has also notched two sacks, showcasing his ability to make impactful plays.

Kyle Van Noy, DL, Baltimore Ravens (7%)

In the world of fantasy football, finding a reliable and productive Defensive lineman can feel like searching for a wanted outlaw. Van Noy is not only "wanted dead or alive" but thriving still in the NFL for a decade. His combination of size, speed, and hands makes him one of the league's most sought-after players. Fitting Notably, in Week 9, he achieved two sacks, with two tackles, and one forced fumble. They can turn any impact play into a game-changing moment, living up to the mantra of Bon Jovi's hit song.

Tyrel Dodson, LB, Buffalo Bills  (14%)

Bill's linebacker Terrel Bernard sustained a concussion. Dodson played 96% of the snaps with seven solo tackles and two tackles for a loss. Expect this injury to sideline him for the upcoming game against the Broncos, who give up the ninth-most fantasy production to linebackers.

Despite being hit or miss all season. Dodson has certainly not been what the doctor would order, but should be "Bad Medicine" for your opponents.

Jahlani Tavai, LB, New England Patriots (2%)

Linebackers are the playmakers who can make the opposition feel like they've been given "Love a Bad Name" Tavai experienced an increase in his playing time lately, in the last two games he has 13 tackles and one forced fumble.

Marcus Maye, DB, New Orleans Saints (14%)

At long last, Maye achieved it. Being one of the rare safeties to maintain a consistent 100% snap count, his season had remained relatively uneventful. However, in Week 9, the player had a breakthrough moment, securing three tackles and one interception. While his usage has been commendable, his production seems to rely on impactful plays. In the realm of fantasy football, savvy IDP owners are well aware that this position is volatile, and being able to just "keep the faith" as a defensive back can be such a volatile sketchy position.

Elandon Roberts, LB, Pittsburgh Steelers 22%

Roberts, the current leader in the league for both run stops and run stop percentage, is set to receive another chance in Week 10. Despite being on the field for just about 50% of the snaps, he managed to record an impressive nine tackles. Holcomb's injury presents him with the most significant opportunity, as he has consistently displayed greater efficiency despite limited time on the field. The Steelers may be struggling offensively, but the quality of their linebackers gives the team a fighting chance for victory,  to the lyrics of "Livin' on a Prayer

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