Fantasy Football waiver wire, Week 10: Van Jefferson, Elijah Moore must-haves

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Fantasy Football waiver wire, Week 10

Tight Ends

1. Dan Arnold, Jacksonville Jaguars

In his last four games, Arnold has been targeted in the passing game 30 times for the Jaguars. He’s caught 20 passes and clearly the Jags didn’t just have the Panthers include Arnold in the CJ Henderson trade as a fun throw-in.

They like him and have borderline featured him at times.

If he’s available in your league, he’s worth having.

2. Albert Okwuegbunam, Denver Broncos

The pickings at tight end are slim, but if you’re looking for an intriguing stash, look at Denver’s Albert Okwuegbunam.

Even when both he and Noah Fant are healthy, it seems the Broncos and offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur are going to get him factored into the offense somehow.

Soon, they’ll start getting him involved in more red zone work.


1. Carson Wentz, Indianapolis Colts

It seems as though fantasy football managers are waiting things out with Carson Wentz, but the time to strike has borderline passed at this point.

Wentz should not be available in your league, despite his inconsistencies. He’s worth having at this point if only as a BYE week option or to prevent another team in your league from adding a player that could be a top 10 fantasy option in the second half of the season.

2. Trey Lance, San Francisco 49ers

The San Francisco 49ers continue to lose games, which leads me to believe it will be Trey Lance time soon.

He might be a stash option at this point, but he could be a worthwhile stash with his ability to rack up points as both a runner and thrower.