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Injuries and Waiver Wire Week 10
WEEK 9 INJURY REPORT
Jaren Hall – Vikings QB Hall suffered a concussion and could not finish Sunday’s game vs the Falcons.
Daniel Jones – Giants QB Jones suffered a knee injury and could not return to Sunday’s game vs the Raiders. The Giants fear that Jones suffered a significant injury, potentially a torn ACL, according to Ian Rapoport.
Cam Akers – The Vikings fear that RB Akers has a serious Achilles injury and will miss significant time.
DeeJay Dallas – Dallas suffered a shoulder injury vs the Ravens.
Cordarrelle Patterson – Patterson suffered an ankle injury vs the Vikings.
Josh Downs –Downs was ruled out with a knee injury.
Mack Hollins – Hollins injured his ankle on Sunday.
K.J. Osborn – Osborn took a nasty hit and was ruled out with a concussion on Sunday.
Josh Palmer – Palmer is being placed on injured reserve with a knee injury.
Jaylen Waddle – Waddle was able to return after injuring his knee early in Sunday’s game vs the Chiefs.
Christian Watson – Watson sustained injuries to his chest and back on Sunday.
Dallas Goedert – Goedert left in the second-half due to a forearm injury.
WEEK 10 WAIVER WIRE
Kyler Murray – Cardinals QB Murray is set to return from a torn ACL in week 10. Murray was sixth in average fantasy points per game in 2022, and seventh in average fantasy points per game in 2021. He’s available in just over our 40% threshold, so peek and see if Murray is available in your league. Players with his upside don’t come around all that often this late in the season.
Will Levis, Josh Dobbs
Keaton Mitchell – One of the biggest surprises of Week 9 was the performance of Mitchell. He had nine carries for 138 yards and a touchdown on Sunday, leading the Ravens in rushing. He’s likely going to have to operate behind Gus Edwards, but a performance like this will certainly get the coaches attention. Perhaps the rookie has earned more work moving forward.
Devin Singletary – Singletary got the start for injured RB Dameon Pierce this week. He didn’t do much in terms of fantasy production, but he led the way for the Texans backfield. Singletary had 13 carries, and the only other RB with carries was Mike Boone, who had just one touch. The Texans have been struggling to run the football this season, but if Pierce were to miss any more time, Singletary would receive most of the touches for them.
Tyjae Spears – Tennessee’s starting RB is Derrick Henry, who is still a beast, but Spears has also shown some flashes at various points this season. Specifically in Week 5, where Spears scored a TD and had 35 receiving yards. Spears was a third-round NFL Draft pick and would be the next-man up in Tennessee if anything were to happen to Henry at any point this season.
Romeo Doubs – Somehow, Doubs remains under 40 percent rostered in NFL fantasy leagues. Doubs is not to be mistaken for a superstar WR, but he has still been a solid number three/flex receiver throughout this season. He’s scored 11+ fantasy points in each of the last two weeks and has accomplished that in five of nine games this season. He deserves to be on more rosters.
Demario Douglas – It’s tough to rely on any Patriots receivers these days but look at what Douglas has been doing over the last three games. He’s had 50+ receiving yards in two of the last three games, and double-digit fantasy points in two of those three contests. The Patriots have lost receiver Kendrick Bourne to injury, which opens more opportunities for Douglas. Douglas could be a solid flex option in good matchups during the bye weeks.
Jayden Reed –Reed has been an inconsistent rookie this season, but he’s displayed some upside recently. In two of his last three games, Reed has scored 11+ fantasy points. Reed’s teammate, Christian Watson is a little banged up right now, so perhaps that means more playing time for Reed in the short-term.
Donovan Peoples-Jones, Quentin Johnston, Alec Pierce
Jake Ferguson – Over the last two weeks, Ferguson has been putting up great fantasy numbers. Since the Week 7 bye, Ferguson has scored 14.70 and 22 fantasy points. He seems to be carving out a role as the number two receiving option behind CeeDee Lamb in this offense, which is a great situation to be in.
Atlanta Falcons @ Arizona Cardinals
Chicago Bears vs Carolina Panthers