This is it for bye weeks, which means after this week we can focus mostly on upside and solidifying rosters for the playoffs. Of course, with all of the injuries suffered last week, there are plenty of players with long term upside as well as Week 11 appeal. The waiver adds listed below include their ownership in Yahoo! fantasy leagues as well as the amount in FAAB I would be willing to spend out of a $100 budget.

10-Team League Waiver Adds

Jamaal Williams, RB, GB (6%) – At the very least, Williams will be on the short end of a running back committee for the next 3-6 weeks while Aaron Jones recovers from his MCL injury. On the high end, Williams could have the job all to himself if Ty Montgomery’s rib injury keeps him out. It seems pretty clear Williams is not as good a runner as Jones or Montgomery, but this situation suddenly does not look as hopeless as it did last week. Brett Hundley had his best game as a passer last week, and if he is good enough to keep defenses honest, Williams could be a solid RB2 for as long as Jones and Montgomery are out. $100

Corey Davis, WR, TEN (48%) – In the three full games he has played this season, Corey Davis has 25 targets. You aren’t using him at Pittsburgh this week, but this is a special player who is getting an opportunity now that he is healthy. After Pittsburgh the Titans face the Colts, Texans, Cardinals and 49ers, and Davis could be a WR2 for three of those four matchups. $50

Eli Manning, QB, NYG (50%) – Manning proved last week he could take advantage of a good matchup, throwing for 273 yards and two touchdowns against San Francisco. The Chiefs have allowed 14 passing touchdowns in their last six games , and Eli’s schedule is favorable enough that you could ride him for the rest of the season if you have to. $20

Danny Woodhead, RB, BAL (36%) – I would rather own Woodhead than Javorius Allen and Alex Collins, among others, and we don’t even know for sure if Woodhead will return this week. It looks like a great matchup against Green Bay (not that it did Jordan Howard any good in Week 10), and if Woodhead does return this week, it will be tempting to play him right away. $15

Austin Ekeler, RB, LAC (5%) – Ekeler had 10 carries at Jacksonville Sunday and seven against Denver in Week 7. He has eight carries combined over the Chargers’ other seven games. If you think Ekeler is a flex going forward, even in deep leagues, you are mistaken. At the same time, Ekeler appears to be the clear handcuff to Melvin Gordon at a time when legit handcuffs are few and far between. Gordon’s fantasy owners need to find a roster spot for Ekeler in all formats. $20

Charles Clay, TE, BUF (43%) – Clay didn’t do a whole lot in his Week 10 return, but that was true of his entire team. Clay isn’t exactly safe, but he is far more trustworthy than any of the tight ends available in more leagues. Buffalo’s schedule looks awfully enticing the rest of the way, which certainly doesn’t hurt. $7

New Orleans Saints DEF (50%) – The Saints defense has probably been good enough to approach must-start territory outside of the toughest matchups. At home against Washington Week 11 doesn’t even come close to qualifying as a tough matchup. $8

12-Team Leagues

Dontrelle Inman, WR, CHI (2%) – As we suspected, Inman was the Bears’ most dynamic receiver by far on Sunday, even if the bar was set remarkably low. Mitchell Trubisky set new career highs in pass attempts, completions and yards Sunday, and Inman still topped out at six receptions on eight targets for 88 yards. It is entirely possible we have already seen Inman’s best game as a Bear, but there is also room for growth as he becomes more comfortable with Trubisky and the Bears’ offense. $15

Brett Hundley, QB, GB (9%) – Hundley looked much better Sunday against a Bears defense that had been good all season. Hundley has the weapons and running ability to be a useful fantasy quarterback, and while I’m not confident he can repeat his Week 10 performance, at least we know he has it in him. $10

Samaje Perine, RB, WAS (8%) – You know exactly what you are getting with Perine, which is pretty rare for a mid-season pickup. He is essentially Rob Kelley, which means he will get short touchdowns (Kelley had three in Weeks 8 and 9 combined) and between-the-tackles carries for as long as the game is close or Washington is winning. That is unlikely to have much value at New Orleans Week 11, but the schedule is a bit friendlier after that, and it is nearly impossible to find Perine’s touchdown upside on waivers right now. $15

Benjamin Watson, TE, BAL (11%) – Watson has at least two receptions in every game since Week 1, and he has had at least five receptions in five games. With Austin Seferian-Jenkins and Jack Doyle on bye this week, Watson is a fantasy starter in 12-team leagues. $5

Cincinnati Bengals DEF (26%) – Denver’s offense looks just as bad with Brock Osweiler at quarterback, even if he only threw one interception in Week 10. The Broncos allowed another kick return for a touchdown last week, which only adds to the Bengals’ streaming value. $2

14+ Team Leagues

Terron Ward, RB, ATL (0%) – Ward had nine carries for 23 yards Sunday with Devonta Freeman out, and he should assume a similar role with Freeman reportedly unlikely to play in Week 11 due to a concussion. Look for Ward to be a poor man’s Tevin Coleman for as long as Freeman is out. $20

J.D. McKissic, RB, SEA (3%) – The injuries to C.J. Prosise are starting to get ridiculous, and McKissic is the clear passing-down back when Prosise is out. One of the best ways to attack Atlanta is with passes to the running backs, so this could be an especially good week to grab McKissic. $2

Keelan Cole, WR, JAX (0%) – Keelan Cole has quietly put up at least 47 receiving yards in each of his last three games. Cole has a chance at an expanded role with Allen Hurns ruled out for Week 11. Dede Westbrook could return this week, and while I would probably rather own Westbrook, he is owned in 20 percent of leagues. Even if Westbrook sees significant work in his first game back, which is far from guaranteed, Cole could be useful while Hurns is out. $3

Drew Stanton, QB, ARI (3%) – Drew Stanton has thrown for at least 200 yards and one touchdown in each of his two starts this season, and he seems like a lock to reach those numbers—and then some—this week. The Texans have allowed at least 300 passing yards and two touchdowns in three consecutive games and five of their last seven. If Stanton’s sprained knee keeps him out, Blaine Gabbert would have deep league value as well. $3

Dion Sims, TE, CHI (1%) – The emergence of Dontrelle Inman could limit Sims’s fantasy value, but there is still a chance Mitchell Trubisky leans on his veteran tight end, especially in the red zone. Adam Shaheen and Daniel Brown combined for four receptions on five targets for 62 yards Sunday, so there should be some work to be had if Sims is active. $1

Miami Dolphins DEF (8%) – The last time I trusted Miami’s defense, they lost 40-0 at Baltimore. That being said, Ryan Fitzpatrick can throw interceptions like nobody’s business, and there isn’t much to choose from in deep leagues at this point in the season. $1