Waiver Wire Adds
Corey Coleman - Cleveland Browns - WR
Just like last week with Donte Moncrief, we are shifting our attention again to a wide receiver that's coming back. Corey Coleman practiced this past week, yet didn't play. His ownership is still down, and I would get the claim in this week. Josh McCown being back and healthy helps out the receiving options in Cleveland, and we saw that against the Jets this past week. Coleman is a talented wideout, worth his first round pick, and we saw the upside the week before the injury.
Week 9 Streaming Options
Sam Bradford - Minnesota Vikings - QB - Lions
The matchup is perfect here for Sam Bradford, taking on a Detroit secondary that's allowed the most passing touchdowns in the league. Putting the matchup aside, Sam Bradford is going to be relied on a little bit more with Jerick McKinnon banged up, and this running game simply not getting much going behind the offensive line. Bradford has 200+ passing yards and a touchdown in each of the last three games.
Other Suggestions: Jameis Winston
Quincy Enunwa - New York Jets - WR - @ Dolphins
Miami boasts a league average pass defense, and Quincy Enunwa is an intriguing option on a week where there isn't a ton of options. Enunwa has over double digit fantasy points in five of eight games this season, when looking at PPR scoring. He is the number two option alongside Brandon Marshall. He is a viable option this week if you are in need of a WR3 or Flex spot.
Other Suggestions: Mohamed Sanu
Cameron Brate - Tampa Bay Buccaneers - TE - Falcons
This is a replay from last week, as Cameron Brate is looking to make it back-to-back weeks with a touchdown. He draws a friendly matchup against Atlanta, who have allowed the third most fantasy points per game to tight ends this season. He is touchdown dependent, but that's what you are going to get with streaming tight ends at this time of the year. Brate gets 22% of the red zone targets, which is second to Mike Evans.
San Diego Chargers - D/ST - Titans
Defense is gross this week, but San Diego gets a matchup against the Titans. Marcus Mariota is rolling in hot, and DeMarco Murray is having a heck of a season, but a road game here for them downgrades this offense. San Diego has some injuries in the secondary, but have stilled played very well, and rank sixth against the pass. The run defense is in the middle of the league, but Joey Bosa has made a difference already. Out of the low owned defenses, this seems to be the most viable play.
Other Suggestions: Kansas City Chiefs