The wide receiver position is deep this year in fantasy football, so it’s unlikely you streamed this position early in the season. But plenty of teams’ wide receiver rooms have been plagued with injuries through seven games. If you’ve been hit with this bad luck, read on for three fantasy football Week 10 WR streamers that are worth consideration.
Despite most having late-round ADPs or emerging on the waiver wire because of injuries or production, these wide receivers have a good chance to carve out more significant roles moving forward. Keep in mind, four teams are on bye (BAL, CIN, NE, NYJ).
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Fantasy Football Week 10 WR Streamers
Kadarius Toney Fantasy Outlook vs. JAX (49.7%)
Kadarius Toney’s limited workload in his first game with the Kansas City Chiefs was expected, as he only logged nine total offensive snaps. He still caught both of his targets for just 12 yards, but his involvement that early is promising and he’ll be a strong fantasy option for the rest of the season. It’s obvious the Chiefs’ offense is potent and they face the Jacksonville Jaguars defense, who are allowing over 34.5 fantasy points per game (FPPG) to opposing wide receivers thus far.
Zay Jones Fantasy Outlook at KC (33.8%)
On the other side of the Chiefs-Jaguars game is Zay Jones, who has seen 30 targets across the last five games. Jones isn’t a must-start by any means on a regular basis but he is a fine fantasy football Week 10 WR streamers option against a weaker Chiefs defense in a game where the Jaguars will likely be playing from behind for the majority of the game. The Chiefs’ defense allows more FPPG to opposing wide receivers than the Jaguars (36.4) thus far so Jones could very easily post a double-digit fantasy performance.
Terrace Marshall Jr. Fantasy Outlook vs. ATL (14.6%)
As bad as the Carolina Panthers have looked on both sides of the ball, Terrace Marshall’s small breakout these last two games is promising. Once Robbie Anderson was traded away, the Terrace Marshall fantasy football value immediately increased, and he’s seen 15 targets across the last two games. Fantasy managers would never voluntarily start Marshall on a weekly basis but he is a fine fantasy football Week 10 WR streamers option against the abysmal Atlanta Falcons defense, who allow the second-most FPPG to opposing wide receivers this season.