As always, here is your weekly add and drop article from the Full Press Coverage team. There are a lot of injuries to monitor and jobs to keep track of. Here is what you need to know for Add / Drop Week 9.

Top 5 Additions

1 – TE Jonnu Smith – Titans

6 receptions, 78 yards, 1 touchdown

2 – RB Derrius Guice – Washington

Derrius Guice has looked far from impressive in his limited appearances in the NFL. However, he is still worth the look heading into the later portions of the season, especially for playoff teams.

3 – RB Mark Walton – Dolphins

11 rushes, 35 yards

4 – RB Kenyan Drake – Cardinals

Traded to Arizona

Perhaps a no brainer, but after being traded to Arizona, it is not only Kenyan Drake who will see more opportunities. Mark Walton out-touched Kalen Ballage in the first week without Drake in the lineup and will continue to see more snaps as the year goes on. As for Drake, he should consume the touches that Chase Edmonds has had the past two weeks with David Johnson sidelined. If either RB misses time then Drake could see an expanded for longer than expected. In need of a running back? Buy these two guys.

5 – WR Darius Slayton – Giants

2 receptions. 50 yards, 2 touchdowns

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Top 5 Drops

1 – RB JD McKissic – Lions

1 rush, -1 rushing yards

2 – RB Ty Johnson – Lions

7 rushes, 25 rushing yards

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What have I learned in 2019? Never, under no circumstances, no matter what, never trust the Detroit Lions offense. Maybe I should have known from previous seasons, but Kerryon Johnson was very high on my board this season. He was a fluke. His backups? No different. I hate trusting this offense and aside from Kenny Golladay, do not plan to for at least the rest of the season. Therefore, both J.D. McKissic and Ty Johnson are certainly dropable.

3 – TE Gerald Everett – Rams

2 receptions. 25 receiving yards

4 – WR Kenny Stills – Texans

3 receptions, 22 yards

5 – WR Zach Pascal – Colts

1 reception, 6 yards

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– Gavin Frick is a writer for Full Press Coverage. He covers the NFL. Like and follow on and Facebook.

– Kyle Senra is the managing editor for the Full Press Fantasy Sports. He covers the NFL. Like and follow on and Facebook.

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