As always, here is your weekly add and drop article from the Full Press Coverage team. Week 9 was one of the most interesting of the NFL season and I saw more than five eye-opening performances. Here is Add / Drop Week 10.
Top 7 Additions
1 – WR Hunter Renfrow – Raiders
6 receptions, 54 yards, 1 touchdown
One wide receiver had to step up in Oakland entering the season and it appears to be Tyrell Williams. However, recently, Hunter Renfrow has taken another step and has improved his game. Renfrow, who has been stashed on all of my dynasty leagues, looks like he has to skills to be a rotational piece for Jon Gruden’s offense for years to come and his value may never be higher than right now.
2 – WR Zach Pascal – Colts
5 receptions, 76 yards, 1 touchdown
3 – TE Noah Fant – Broncos
3 receptions, 115 yards, 1 touchdown
4 – TE Jack Doyle – Colts
3 receptions, 22 yards, 1 touchdown
Tight End is a very popular streaming position in 2019. Noah Fant showed out in Week 9. With Brandon Allen at the helm for Denver for the next several weeks, it appears that Fant will continue to see an increased workload. I would be tempted to say Fant is a “must start” heading into Week 11 against Minnesota following the bye week. Jack Doyle, like Fant, should see an increase in touches following the injury to Jacoby Brissett. Now than Brian Hoyer is expected to make the start against Miami, of all teams, in Week 10, Doyle should be the top streamed option at the tight end position heading into Week 10.
5 – RB Kalen Ballage – Dolphins
7 rushes, 19 yards
Entering the 2019 season, I really liked Kenyan Drake despite the fact that Kalen Ballage was supposed to share carries. In my opinion, Drake was the lone playmaker that the rebuilding Dolphins had. Now, Drake is in Arizona and Mark Walton emerged, not Ballage, as the lead back, but under the pressure, Walton shriveled and Ballage is bound to receive an opportunity against Indianapolis in Week 10. However, I think Ballage is worth a stash on the bench heading into Week 10.
6 – WR Josh Gordon – Seahawks
Claimed off waivers by the Seahawks
7 – RB Damien Williams – Chiefs
12 rushes, 125 rushing yards, 1 touchdown
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Top 5 Drops
1 – WR Chris Conley – Jaguars
2 receptions, 32 yards
2 – QB Jacoby Brissett – Colts
Left game in 2nd quarter, expected to miss Week 10
3 – Detroit Lions Running Backs
I have expressed my concerns over the past two additions and nothing has changed, despite the impressive showing by J.D McKissic in Week 9. This backfield is the most inconsistent backfield in the NFL and it is not close. In fact, in my years of experience playing fantasy football, I do not think there has been any backfield more confusing than the 2019 Detroit Lions. Because of this, I am not willing to roll the dice between McKissic, Ty Johnson, or any other running back that is bound to enter the fold. Stay away from Detroit.
4 – RB Lesean McCoy – Chiefs
3 rushes, 11 rushing yards, 1 receiving target
5 – WR Diontae Johnson – Steelers
1 reception, 3 yards
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