Quick hitters and waiver wire advice for a handful of notable players after Week 10 of the fantasy football season:
Find the room
Jaylen Warren RB, Steelers
He has produced just five fewer total yards than starter Najee Harris in the past two games despite 13 fewer touches. Looks like the more explosive option. Fringe Flex option in weeks Steelers are facing superior competition.
KJ Hamler WR, Broncos
He missed Week 10 with a hamstring injury. But when healthy, we think it will be him, not Jalen Virgil, who would benefit if Jerry Jeudy (ankle) misses time. If that happens, Courtland Sutton would become a more reliable weekly option.
Kadarius Toney WR, Chiefs
Scored his first career TD in his second game with the Chiefs. His role should grow, and that growth could get accelerated by a concussion to JuJu Smith-Schuster.
Cole Kmet TE, Bears
Has five TDs in the past three games. Won’t continue at this pace, but clear he will benefit from the Bears’ discovery of prolific offense.
Find the door
D’Andre Swift RB, Lions
If you have a trade deadline coming up, do what you can to unload Swift. Jamaal Williams vultures goal-line carries, and Swift just isn’t getting the volume (seven total touches Sunday).
Eli Mitchell RB, 49ers
In his first game back from a Week 1 knee injury, he outperformed Christian McCaffrey. But CMC is much more dangerous, and the Niners likely didn’t acquire him just to be part of a 50/50 committee. Try to trade Mitchell now, based on his Week 10 numbers.
Nyheim Hines RB, Bills
More worrisome than just fighting with Devin Singletary and James Cook for work, Duke Johnson entered the fray Sunday. No reason to keep Hines on your roster.
Kye Pitts TE, Falcons
Was started on 75 percent of rosters at ESPN this past week. Stop doing that. He has six games with fewer than 10 in PPR and just three in double-digits.