Week #10: Sunday Night Waiver Wire
11/6/2016 - SUNDAY - 6:00 PM PT: The following waiver wire is a quick first look at certain players who could make a solid fantasy impact each Sunday night during the season. They may or may not be free agents in your league, but we want to ensure you know about them in order to have the first chance at a possible free agent acquisition. This list does NOT replace our free-agent feature released on Tuesday nights ("The Market"). You should consider it an abbreviated early-bird bonus list with a quick 1-2 lines of fantasy analysis. Note: This list is NOT AN EXACT RANKING, but rather just a quick list with pseudo preference from best to worst. Our official free-agent rankings for the week will be released in Tuesday's "Market" feature...
QB Dak Prescott, DAL (r) - Once again, he impressed with 247 passing yards and three score against a hapless Browns team on the road.
QB Joe Flacco, BAL - He threw for 241 yard and one score with a pick at home in a big win over the Steelers today.
QB Sam Bradford, MIN - He threw for 273 yards and a score at home in a loss to the Lions today.
QB Colin Kaepernick, SF - He threw for 398 yards and two scores with a pick in a home loss to the Saints today. I must admit, this is the best he's looked in years.
QB Cody Kessler, CLE (r) - He returned from the concussion to throw for 203 yards and a score against the Cowboys at home.
QB Ryan Tannehill, MIA - He threw for 149 yards and a score to beat the Jets at home today.
QB Ryan Fitzpatrick, NYJ - He threw for 193 yards and a score with two picks to lose to the Dolphins on the road today.
QB Case Keenum, LA - He threw for 296 yards and a score with a pick in a home loss to the Panthers today.
RB Chris Ivory, JAX - He finally got back on track today, rushing for 107 yards on 18 carries against the Chiefs. He nearly scored too, before fumbling into the end zone.
RB Dujuan Harris, SF - Getting the start in place of injured RB Carlos Hyde (shoulder), Harris piled up 142 total yards with a score at home against the Saints.
RB Peyton Barber, TB (r) - He's healthy and led the Bucs with 55 total yards from the tailback position last Thursday against he Falcons. He will start if RB Doug Martin (hamstring) can't play next week.
RB Paul Perkins, NYG (r) - He saw a surprising 14 touches today, totaling 457 yards of offense with 3 catches against the Eagles. His role is definitely growing.
RB Bilal Powell, NYJ - He totaled 51 yards on 10 touches with 4 catches at Miami today.
RB Kenneth Dixon, BAL (r) - He didn't produce much today, but he did see a solid 11 touches, meaning they are working to get him more involved.
RB Alfred Morris, DAL - He saw a whopping 17 carries against the Browns for 56 yards today. But, this was against he BROWNS.
RB Dwayne Washington, DET (r) - He only rushed for 26 yards today, but did see 10 carries against the Vikings.
RB Benny Cunningham, LA - He totaled 42 yards on 8 touches with 5 catches against the Panthers at home today.
RB Ronnie Hillman, MIN - He saw 8 touches today and produced 623 yards against the Lions at home.
WR Rishard Matthews, TEN - He is the clear #1 WR for the Titans, as he scored twice more today, produce a nice 6-63-2 stat line.
WR Cole Beasley, DAL - Prescott clearly likes him, so he's an auto-pickup if still available since he scored again today with a solid 6-56-1 stat line.
WR Kenny Britt, LA - He was solid today in a game where offense was tough to come by... 4-49-1 with a score against the Panthers.
WR Taylor Gabriel, ATL - He's becoming a significant part of their passing game, as evidenced by his sweet 2-24-1/5-52 split stat line with a rushing score last Thursday night.
WR Adam Humphries, TB - He was solid last Thursday night with WR Russell Shepard out, he produced a nice 5-46-1 stat line.
WR Dontrelle Inman, SD - With WR Travis Benjamin (knee) hurting, he was solid today, producing a nice 6-56 stat line.
WR Eli Rogers, PIT - Well, he had his best game since week #1, producing a shocking 6-103 stat line against the Ravens today.
WR Adam Thielen, MIN - He was solid today, producing a nice 4-68 stat line at home against the Lions.
WR Marqise Lee, JAX - Hit/miss Lee was a hit today, producing a nice 4-84 stat line at KC.
WR Albert Wilson, KC - With WR Jeremy Maclin (groin) out, he was solid today with a score and a 3-42-1 stat line against the Jaguars.
WR Quinton Patton, SF - He stepped up his play today against the Saints, producing a nice 6-106 stat line at home.
WR Jalin Marshall, NYJ - He stepped up his play today to produce a solid 3-59-1 stat line with a score at Miami.
TE Austin Hooper, ATL - He was solid with a 3-46-1 stat line with a score against the Buccaneers last Thursday with TE Jacob Tamme (shoulder) sitting out.
TE Cameron Brate, TB - He was solid with a score last Thursday, totaling a 5-43-1 stat line against the Falcons.
TE Lance Kendicks, LA - He produced a solid 7-90 stat line today, but dropped an easy TD pass right between the numbers.
TE Vance McDonald, SF - He produced a solid 3-84-1 stat line with a fluky 65-yard catch and run for a score.
TE Zach Ertz, PHI - He surprised today, producing a sweet 8-97 stat line against the Giants.
TE Dominique Jones, MIA - He got the start today, producing a solid 3-42-1 stat line with a score against the Jets.
TE Richard Rodgers, GB - With the Packers' wideout corps beat up, he saw more targets, generating a solid 6-64 stat line. Don't expect that to last very long, though.