Week 10 Waiver Wire Pickups: Josh Cribbs and More Point Bonanzas to Add

Alex KayCorrespondent INovember 10, 2011

OAKLAND, CA - OCTOBER 16:  Josh Cribbs #16 of the Cleveland Browns is tackled by Quentin Groves #52 of the Oakland Raiders at O.co Coliseum on October 16, 2011 in Oakland, California.  (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
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Week 10 is a good week for most fantasy owners.

There are no bye weeks taking place and every team will be on the field between Thursday, Sunday and Monday night’s action.

This means that your entire roster and bench will be available. However, you may have some holes to plug due to injury or players simply not producing.

Here are some guys you can pick up this week that should have solid outings. 


Josh Cribbs

Cribbs is a jack-of-all-trades player who will be used for exactly that, this Sunday, when the Browns take the field.

Without Peyton Hillis and Montario Hardesty, the team only has Chris Ogbonnaya to rely on out of the backfield. However, they could throw Cribbs into the mix there to get him more touches.

He can also catch the ball and will be returning a ton of kicks and punts against the St. Louis Rams. 


Donald Brown

Delone Carter found himself on Jim Caldwell’s bad side after fumbling far too many times for his own good.

Donald Brown is now looking like the main guy in the Indianapolis Colts' pathetic offense. That offense may not be a juggernaut, but at least Brown will get guaranteed touches.

If you are still playing the waiver wire heavily at this point, guaranteed touches is the best you can hope for.

Joseph Addai may be back from injury, but I doubt he gets too many carries as they ease him in during a lost season.


Carson Palmer

Palmer may be available in many leagues because he was added when he was traded and then dropped after his three-interception stinker in his first game as a Raider.

He fared mildly better in his second outing against the Broncos, throwing for 335 yards and three touchdowns along with his usual three interceptions.

He’s worthy of an add if you have no other option at QB right now or need a bye replacement next week. 


Jacksonville Defense

As always, the defense that plays the Colts is worth starting. This week, it's Jacksonville and they have a generally solid unit all around.

I expect them to punish Indianapolis and have a nice little fantasy day.