Weekend Waiver Wire Stashes (Week 10 Fantasy Football) – FantasyPros

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How many times have you heard someone telling you to “stream” a position? Whether it be quarterback, tight end, or defense, the idea of streaming is great, provided you get the players you want off the waiver wire. The issue with streaming week-to-week is that everyone knows who you’ll be targeting in those good matchups and you might have that player swiped from underneath you, or even worse, your opponent that week may snag a player just to ensure you don’t get them.
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We started this article so you don’t have to worry about that anymore. Each Saturday morning, you’ll head over to your waiver wire and snag the players who are lined up for good matchups the following week. They may have a brutal matchup for that current week. Great, even better. That just means they’re more likely to be available for you. By snagging them a week prior, you eliminate the need to spend a lot of FAAB dollars on the top tier defense that everyone is chasing. Here are the players who have solid Week 11 matchups on tap and are less than 40 percent owned.
Quarterbacks
Kyle Allen (CAR) vs ATL
Now that Cam Newton is on injured reserve, we can actively target Allen as a streamer in good matchups. The Falcons have been gone for a week, so maybe you need a refresher on just how bad they’ve been. The 7.63 percent touchdown-rate and 8.46 yards per attempt both ranks as bottom-five marks in the league. Going back to last year, the Falcons have now allowed 17 of the last 23 quarterbacks they’ve played to finish as the QB13 or better.
Nick Foles (JAX) at IND
Whether it be right or wrong, the Jaguars are going back to Foles after the bye week. The matchup is a good one, too. The Colts have been a brick wall against the run since Matt Eberflus took over as the defensive coordinator at the start of last year, as no

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