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Fantasy Football Week 10 waiver wire: Players you should add

The playoff push is coming

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The push for your fantasy football playoffs continues into Week 10. Time is running out for you to finalize your roster into a championship quality squad. Don’t hesitate to snag the latest group of quality players off the waiver wire before it’s too late.

Jordan Wilkins, RB, Indianapolis Colts

7.0 percent rostered
Season Stats: 65 touches; 267 yards; 1 touchdowns

For some reason, over the last two games Wilkins has gotten more carries than rookie Jonathan Taylor. While his Week 9 performance wasn’t great, he is seeing an increased role in the Colts offense.

Wayne Gallman, RB, New York Gaints

20.0 percent rostered
Season Stats: 63 touches; 282 yards; 3 touchdowns

Injuries have seriously complicated the Giants running back room, but Wayne Gallman has emerged as the best fantasy back on the team. Gallman’s value comes from the consistent touches he gets near the goal line. Gallman is going to keep getting chances to reach the end zone.

Christian Kirk, WR, Arizona Cardinals

52.7 percent rostered
Season Stats: 23 receptions; 40 targets; 400 yards; 6 touchdowns

The second option in Arizona behind DeAndre Hopkins is clearly Christian Kirk, especially after his Week 9 performance. If you’re in a smaller league, Kirk is a very good option to add to your team based on his ability to step up when Hopkins is shut down.

Nelson Agholor, WR, Las Vegas Raiders

14.7 percent rostered
Season Stats: 17 receptions; 25 targets; 345 yards; 5 touchdown

Agholor has been a touchdown machine for the Raiders over the past five games. Surprisingly, despite him being a splash play threat for Derek Carr he’s still not very highly rostered in fantasy leagues

Curtis Samuel, WR, Carolina Panthers

42.2 percent rostered
Season Stats: 38 receptions; 43 targets; 367 yards; 2 touchdowns

Samuel is seriously starting to ramp up his production, and now is likely your last shot to grab him. Against the Kansas City Chiefs, Samuel tallied 108 yards and one score. His usage will also continue to grow if Christian McCaffrey misses more time.

Austin Hooper, TE, Cleveland Browns

40.1 percent rostered
Season Stats: 22 receptions; 3 targets; 205 yards; 1 touchdown

After missing three straight games, Hooper is expected to return in Week 10 following the Browns’ recent bye. Hooper is starting quality tight end on most rosters, and considering his availability he is a must add.