Damien Williams, RB, Kansas City
Going into the season, Williams was supposed to be a big fantasy breakout candidate for the Chiefs, but he just hasn’t gotten a lot of opportunities. Plus with the addition of LeSean McCoy late in the off-season, there have been too many mouths to feed in Kansas City. But it appears Williams is starting to gain back the majority of work in the backfield as last week he put up 128 total yards and a score. I know most of that came from a massive 91-yard run, but he saw 14 touches and gets his quarterback back this week. He makes for an intriguing play in Week 10 against the Titans.
Allen Robinson, WR, Chicago
Robinson has had some good games this season, but game by game, Mitchell Trubisky is getting worse. He hit an all-time low last week and Robinson suffered greatly. He managed just one catch for six yards. Things aren’t looking too bright for the Bears offense moving forward either. Robinson squares off with a solid Rams defense on the road this weekend and can’t be trusted as anything more than a WR3 at this point.
Hunter Renfrow, WR, Oakland
Renfrow has been solid the last two weeks and has definitely been flying under the radar. Over that span he’s snagged 10 balls for 142 yards and two touchdowns. He’s only seen 11 targets in two weeks, but it’s clear that his role in the offense is expanding each week. He could become a poor man’s Wes Welker if the Raiders keep him involved so take a look at him. Renfrow is only owned in around 10% of leagues right now so chances are he’s available in your league.
Jack Doyle, TE, Indianapolis
It’s hard to fully trust Doyle most weeks because of the presence of Eric Ebron, but he’s been pretty solid as of late. The main reason you should look Doyle’s way this week is because he gets the Dolphins defense. Everyone (except the Jets) has shredded the Miami defense this season and the Colts will do the same in Week 10. It doesn’t matter who is under center. Doyle is available in almost 60% of leagues and we all know how hard it is to get production out of the tight end slot so look is way.
Lock of the Week
Stefon Diggs, WR, Minnesota
I know I’m not really going out on a limb here, but after disappointing last week (one reception for four yards), Diggs is in line for a huge Week 10. Adam Thielen re-injured his hamstring and is likely out this week so Diggs will see a ton of targets. At Dallas isn’t the best of matchups, but we all saw what Diggs was doing the last few weeks without Thielen so expect similar production.