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Top 5 Fantasy Football waiver wire pick ups for week 10

Here are top 5 Fantasy Football pick ups for Week 10

Rashad Jennings – Oakland Raiders – With Darren McFadden likely out this week one player you might want to pick up is his replacement Rashad Jennings. Jennings was very solid filling in for McFadden last week. The backup running back was dynamite for Oakland in a blowout loss to the Philadelphia Eagles last time out, recording 176 yards from scrimmage. Jennings ran for 102 yards and a touchdown, while also catching seven passes on 10 targets for 74 yards.

Mike Brown – Jacksonville Jaguars – Now that top-option Justin Blackmon is lost for the year with a season-long suspension, Brown has an opportunity to distinguish himself for the lowly Jaguars. Blackmon was viewed as a top option because he is young, athletic and the Jaguars will constantly be throwing the ball because they are behind — all factors which also apply to Brown. He’s averaging more than six targets over his last three games and should immediately step in as Jacksonville’s No. 2 receiver.

Tim Wright – Tampa Bay Buccaneers – With Mike Williams done for the year, Wright should be the second option in Tampa Bay’s passing game behind Vincent Jackson for the rest of the season. New Bucs QB Mike Glennon is looking for him a ton and Wright has gotten into the end zone in back-to-back weeks.

Case Keenum – Houston Texans – He was mentioned in this space last week and went on to light up the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday Night Football for 350 yards and three touchdowns with no turnovers. Keenum also tacked on 22 rushing yards for good measure.

Arizona Cardinals defense  First and foremost, these guys are just good. Any time you pop in the tape of this defense, Daryl Washington just explodes into the forefront, making huge hits and big, game-changing plays. And Calais Campbell is his usual incredible self, fortunately, considering he did have a scary neck injury in Week 6.

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