Before we dive into another week of madness, it's time to take a look at the fantasy football waiver wire. The Week 10 waiver wire is a particularly interesting one, with several high-upside options worth a speculative add.

Teams on bye in Week 10: Bengals, Jets, Ravens

Top Week 10 waiver wire adds

WR Odell Beckham Jr. (Free agent)

Odell Beckham Jr. remains a free agent as of this writing, but once he's signed, the race to acquire him on the waiver wire will be bedlam. FOX's Jay Glazer notes that OBJ's likely to be "fully cleared" in his recovery from a torn ACL this week, meaning the market is likely heating up. There's been no shortage of teams rumored to be interested including the Bills, Cowboys, and Giants among others. Claim him ahead of the signing and beat the rush to waivers.

Beckham Jr. is available in 82.2% of ESPN leagues and 77% of Yahoo! leagues.

WR Jahan Dotson (Commanders)

Rookie WR Jahan Dotson was off to a solid start this season prior to suffering a hamstring injury, averaging just about 40 receiving yards and literally a touchdown per game. He's been out of the lineup since Week 4, but while he's been out, the offense has quietly seen some improvement with QB Taylor Heinicke in for an injured Carson Wentz. This team's lack of an established run game leaves plenty of room for Dotson to make a comeback as a decent flex play, if and when he's healthy.

Dotson is available in 64.1% of ESPN leagues and 82% of Yahoo! leagues.

TE Cade Otton (Buccaneers)

Over the last four weeks, Otton is tied for the seventh-most receiving yards (that's 35 more receiving yards than Kyle Pitts!) and has run the second-most routes among all tight ends. That's a lot of opportunity for any tight end, let alone a rookie! Otton reeled in the game-winning touchdown and is building trust with Brady. Lean into it!

InOtton is available in 95.2% of ESPN leagues and 89% of Yahoo! leagues.

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RB Jeff Wilson Jr. (Dolphins)

You may have already dropped Jeff Wilson Jr. at some point this season following the 49ers' trade for Christian McCaffrey. No shame, though, in going back to the well. The Dolphins acquired Wilson from the 49ers ahead of the NFL trade deadline, and coach Mike McDaniel wasted absolutely no time getting him into the lineup. In his Miami debut, he played 27 offensive snaps, totaling 72 scrimmage yards and a receiving touchdown.

Wilson is available in 55.1% of ESPN leagues and 48% of Yahoo! leagues.

QB Justin Fields (Bears)

Dating back to Week 5, Justin Fields is literally the QB1 in fantasy football. Yes, you read that correctly. He's scored more fantasy points than Josh Allen, Jalen Hurts, and Patrick Mahomes... all thanks to his work on the ground. Fields broke Michael Vick's record for most rush yards by a quarterback in a single game Sunday, and we all know that rushing is the magic quarterback cheat code. Double-check your leagues just in case someone skipped over this gem last week.

Fields is available in 53.2% of ESPN leagues and 31% of Yahoo! leagues.

Who's droppable?

RB Eno Benjamin (Cardinals)

Benjamin played just 16 total offensive snaps in Week 9 following James Conner's return from a rib injury. With Conner and Kyler Murray dominating the run game in AZ, there's just not enough to go around for Eno too.

WR Romeo Doubs (Packers)

Doubs was carted off with a serious-looking ankle injury Sunday — unfortunately, one of many injuries the Packers suffered in Week 9. He was seen in crutches and a walking boot after the game... not a great sign.

WRs Rashod Bateman, Michael Thomas

ICYMI: Bateman underwent season-ending Lisfranc surgery. Thomas (toe) went on IR and isn't expected back this year. Don't stash them on your IR — use that spot to pick up someone who has some hopes of returning healthy this year to help you in your playoff hunt! Consider adds like WR Treylon Burks (Titans) or TE like David Njoku (Browns).

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