Week 10 is here and if you haven’t dropped these players then you need to. Now is the point where the waiver wire is getting slim, so there is no point in holding on to players you aren’t going to start.
Listen up and drop these players if you’re making a run at the title then you need to drop these players.
Week 10 Players to drop
D’Onta Foreman, Running Back, Chicago Bears
D’Onta Foreman had a great week but now is the time to drop him. He hasn’t done anything since Week 7 and just had 20 carries in Week 10 for 8.3 fantasy points. It seemed like he would be a top performer but he is not an easy start. He could be a streamer, but it is tough to tell if he will show up.
Miles Sanders, Running Back, Carolina Panthers
I know I’ve said to drop Miles Sanders before, but if you still have him it is the time. I know he was hurt for a couple of weeks but now he is healthy and is getting carried out by Chuba Hubbard. Sanders only had a decent week because he had three receptions for 22 yards. But only six attempts for 39 yards. While had 16 attempts for 58 yards and four receptions for nine yards. So it is easy to say Hubbard is the starter.
Zach Charbonnet, Running Back, Seattle Seahawks
Zach Charbonnet was supposed to take over this backfield but it is the Kenneth Walker III backfield. I know we were all scared about Walker getting hurt but that was a fluke. Charbonnet has yet to score double digits so at this point there is no point in sitting on him. Drop him now.
Julio Jones, Wide Receiver, Philadelphia Eagles
I know Julio Jones was a sneaky pickup, but he is not startable going forward. He is rarely on the field and it is easy to say it is the A.J. Brown show. Jones is barely seeing any of the time and there are much better receivers out there.
Tutu Atwell, Wide Receiver, Miami Dolphins
Tutu Atwell was hot during the first three weeks but since then he has only put up over double digits once since Week 3. Since Week 6 Atwell has seen over five targets just once. He is not startable going forward and needs to be dropped.