We’ll look back at Week 10 of the 2022 NFL season as one of the strangest weeks in recent memory. It had an all-time game, some monster performances from QBs, RBs, and WRs, the NFL’s first regular season in Germany, and some comeback victories. It was one wild moment after the next.

This week’s waiver wire isn’t quite outstanding, but far from being one devoid of big-time contributors to your fantasy football squad.

1. Rachaad White, RB, Buccaneers

Recommended FAAB to spend: $15-$20

The rookie out of Arizona State had his coming out party in Munich, Germany last Sunday. White logged an impressive 105 yards on 22 carries as he took over for an injured Leonard Fournette. However, Fournette (hip pointer) has the luxury of a Week 11 bye to rest up and doesn’t seem to be in danger of missing Week 12. Furthermore, what’s important about White’s performance is he started Sunday’s game over Fournette and ran tough throughout. White is no longer just a bench stash.

2. Jaylen Warren, RB, Buccaneers

Recommended FAAB to spend: $5-$10

Warren isn’t much of a threat to score multiple touchdowns or have a 100-yard rushing game, but he’s an explosive and efficient runner who’s logging more snaps as the season progresses. If Warren continues to outperform Najee Harris, he will present more standalone value as an intriguing running back to stream in favorable matchups.

3. Darius Slayton, WR, Giants

Recommended FAAB to spend: $5-$10

The Giants’ Week 10 showing against the Texans has been the best exhibition of their offensive philosophy —  give the ball to Saquon Barkley. Slayton is by no means a target magnet. He’s a beneficiary on a team with clear intentions to pound the rock and can take advantage of a heavy defensive box and a lessened secondary to break through for a deep score. Slayton has always possessed breakneck speed, and if Daniel Jones can hit him, he’s a constant threat.

4. Julio Jones, WR, Buccaneers

Recommended FAAB to spend: $5

Jones is coming off his best game of the season; in terms of participation and production. The vet participated in 71 percent of team routes, notched a 17 percent target share, and received 25 percent of Tampa’s air yards. He’s not Chris Godwin, nor is he Mike Evans, but if the Bucs truly have turned a corner, the offense has taken a positive step forward.

5. Donovan Peoples-Jones, WR, Browns

Recommended FAAB to spend: $5-$10

In deep and three WR leagues, Peoples-Jones has a real path to weekly fantasy relevance. Peoples-Jones is a natural field-stretcher but finds himself in an offense that doesn’t throw deep too often – Jacoby Brissett is 20th in deep pass attempts. Deshaun Watson, set to return in two weeks, has ranked 15th, 4th, and 12th in deep pass attempts in his three years as a full-time starter. Peoples-Jones will slot in behind Amari Cooper as Cleveland’s dangerous WR2.

6. Christian Watson, WR, Packers

Recommended FAAB to spend: $10-$15

Watson is easily Week 10’s breakout player. The rookie received eight targets of Aaron Rodgers’ 20 pass attempts – an incredible feat after a rocky start to the season. Watson is clearly the best athlete on the field whenever he steps on it. It has just been a matter of earning Rodgers’ trust and capitalizing on his opportunities. It seems he’s done that after last Sunday’s win.

7. Foster Moreau, TE, Raiders

Recommended FAAB to spend: $5

With Darren Waller and Hunter Renfrow on injured reserve, Davante Adams, Moreau, and Mack Hollins are the top receiving options in Las Vegas. Moreau runs unopposed as the TE1 without Waller and has a four-year rapport with Derek Carr, who throws a ton of passes. If the ball doesn’t go Adams’ way in some games, it will go to Moreau. Until Waller returns, Moreau is the premier TE to stream.

[Photo courtesy of Buccaneers.com]