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Waiver Wire: Week Ten

Waiver Wire: Week Ten

Nov 8, 2012

Waiver Time!

T.Y. Hilton – WR Colts:

Six catches for 102 yards and a touchdown is a good day but having 11 targets is an even better day.  The Colts are playing with a heavy heart and now that Andrew Luck is figuring out the NFL their offense is starting to pick up. Hilton adds another Colt receiver with fantasy value and no defense is in his way the next few weeks. At Jaguars next week.

Isaac Redman – RB Steelers:

The Chiefs are next on the Steelers docket and they have been giving up 142 yards per game to running backs. Redman is part of huge running back carousel in Pittsburgh but he is taking advantage of his chances having 147 yards and a touchdown on 26 carries last week. Pay attention to the injury updates this week and he may be a smooth plug in if the cards fall into the right place.  Kansas City at home this week.

Marcel Reece – RB Raiders:

Not shocked McFadden got hurt, I am only shocked that it took this long. The Raiders run him into the ground each week and it has finally taken a toll on his person. He is possibly out, along with Mike Goodson, so he is bound to be catching the rock out of the backfield this week. At Baltimore this week.

Brandon Myers – TE Raiders:

With eight catches for 59 yards and his first two touchdowns of his career Myers has moved his way into the waiver wire section. He had 13 targets on Sunday and for some reason he has been ignored in the fantasy world – Until now. People are going to snatch him up now that he has gotten in the end zone. At Baltimore this week.

Joique Bell – RB Lions:

Bell had 73 yards on 13 carries and a touchdown to go with three catches for 36 yards. He finished above Mikel Leshoure in yards but less in touchdowns. He is behind Leshoure but his production is continuing to pick up with averaging 11 yards per catch. At Minnesota this week.

Last Week Results:

Miami Defense – Shredded by Andrew Luck.

Cecil Shorts – Three catches for 56 yards.

Jonathan Dwyer – Inactive.

Daniel Thomas – Six carries for 37 yards and two catches for 25 yards.

Joel Dreessen – Four catches for 38 yards and a touchdown.

Rand Holdren

Things I've learned in life: I want to play a series with the Baltimore Ravens Defense. A hole-n-one is extremely exciting. I enjoy coaching Quarterbacks. TV timeouts kill games. Predator is best action movie of all-time. College athletes should get paid. Fantasy football brings joy to my heart. Follow Rand at @randoutwest