The NFL season is now nine weeks old. Broadly speaking, the waiver wire isn’t quite as important two weeks ago or five weeks ago or seven weeks ago, for a couple of reasons. First, most of the best players who will emerge from the waiver wire this season have already done so. Even in an unpredictable league filled with injuries, there are only so many players who will go from undrafted to fantasy starters. Second, with just two bye weeks left this season, depth won’t matter nearly as much as it has over the last month or so.
Still, the waiver wire will remain an important source of potential fantasy value all the way through the end of the season. Below are the players you should be taking a look at in advance of Week 10.
Corey Davis, WR, Titans
Davis returned in Week 9 after missing the Titans last six games because of a hamstring injury, and he was relatively quiet in the 23–20 win, catching two of five targets for 28 yards. Still, the mere fact that he returned and played a full game at 100% bodes well for the rest of the season. Rishard Matthews and Eric Decker scored touchdowns in the win over the Ravens, but Davis is the one pass-catcher who can truly be a game-breaker for Marcus