Your waivers have likely already run this week, and if you are the type that misses them, then you are not the winning type.
That said, you may still have holes on your roster that can be addressed by players who are likely to still be available in free agency.
My thoughts on this week's hottest pickups:
Nick Foles, QB, Philadelphia Eagles
I know and have covered Foles for years and think he is fantastic, but he will take his lumps.
Expect a decent game against Washington in Week 11, something in the ballpark of 245 yards, two TDs, one INT and one sack fumble. That should be good enough for around 12 to 14 points in standard leagues.
Danario Alexander, WR, San Diego Chargers
I love him. He's an instant WR3 option, so scoop him up.
Marcel Reece, RB, Oakland Raiders
Not only should he not be on your waiver wire, you should be trying to make trades in which league mates will consider him as a throw-in.
If he's on your wire, get him on your roster and start him in Week 11.
Donald Jones, WR, Buffalo Bills
A true No. 2 WR in Buffalo has emerged in Jones, and he's been outdoing Stevie Johnson for fantasy purposes.
Sam Bradford, QB, St. Louis Rams
In his last five games, Bradford has scored between 10 and 23 fantasy points in standard leagues.
That's not a bad patchwork fill-in for needy owners facing the QB concussion bug.
Joique Bell, RB, Detroit Lions
He's already more valuable in PPR formats than Mikel Leshoure and should be owned in all 12-team formats.
Darius Heyward-Bey, WR, Oakland Raiders
Give me any stock in the Carson Palmer air raid I can get, especially with their schedule versus the WR to end the season.
DHB should serve as a solid flex play from here on out.
Dwayne Allen, TE, Indianapolis Colts
A great fantasy schedule to end the season awaits Allen, and he faces a terrific matchup against the TE in Week 11 against Patriots linebackers who are better suited to stop the run.
The Coby Fleener connection we expected with rookie QB Andrew Luck seems to have developed with the other rookie TE they drafted.
James Starks, RB, Green Bay Packers
I have absolutely no love for James Starks, but he is better than Alex Green. Honestly, who isn't?