Troy, Sylvester, ABrown miss practice. Gilbert, Mendenhall are limited. Dwyer, Rainey, Suisham (ankle) full participants— Bob Labriola (@BobLabriola) November 8, 2012
As I'm sure you're aware, it's tough to find a receiver on the waiver wire who will match Brown's production, but fantasy beggars can't be choosers.
With that in mind, let's take a look at three viable alternatives for Week 10.
Danny Amendola, St. Louis Rams
There's a chance that Amendola's already gone in your league, but if nobody had the foresight to pick him up last week and he's still available, you better snatch him off the wire before he's gone.
Before Amendola was injured against the Arizona Cardinals in Week 5, he was averaging over six receptions for 88 yards and half a touchdown per game.
Mike Williams, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Buccaneers have come alive on offense the past five weeks. Josh Freeman has thrown 12 touchdowns during this stretch, and Williams has benefited from his quarterback's improved play.
Over the course of these five games, Williams is averaging over four receptions and 80 yards per game and has caught three touchdowns.
The San Diego Chargers have a tough front seven, but given the way the Bucs offensive line has protected Freeman this season, and given the Chargers weak secondary, Williams is liable to have another big game—especially considering the Chargers will be busy trying to keep Vincent Jackson in check.
Brian Hartline, Miami Dolphins
Ryan Tannehill hit Hartline for eight receptions and 107 yards last week, and I expect to see similar production from him again this week.