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Eddie Brown's fantasy football adds and drops for Week 10

Eddie Brown, The San Diego Union-Tribune on

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Each week I'll list the best widely available free agents for fantasy football -- I define "widely available" as being owned in around half of all ESPN or Yahoo leagues -- and some guys who are probably better off in the free agent pool than collecting dust on your roster.

Here's my best bets for Week 10:

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RB Danny Woodhead, Ravens (ESPN: 24 percent; Yahoo: 27 percent): The PPR dynamo has resumed practicing and is eligible to return Week 11. Baltimore faces Cleveland and Indianapolis during the fantasy playoffs.

WR Robert Woods, Rams (ESPN: 26 percent; Yahoo: 35 percent): Woods has had at least four receptions in five of eight games and topped 50 yards in six of eight games, which means he has a high floor of production.

QB Teddy Bridgewater, Vikings (ESPN: 3 percent; Yahoo: 5 percent): Bridgewater should be activated this week and will begin as Case Keenum's backup. Gut tells me he'll earn at least a few starts down the stretch and has plenty of weapons to be productive in his return.

WR Marquise Goodwin, 49ers (ESPN: 9 percent; Yahoo: 12 percent): With Pierre Garcon out for the season, Goodwin is the No. 1 wide receiver in San Francisco. He's earned eight or more targets in three of the last five games. High usage plus big-play ability usually earns a player flex consideration week-to-week.

RB Devontae Booker, Broncos (ESPN: 6 percent, Yahoo: 4 percent): Denver's running back situation is already a committee. Booker appears to be a more dynamic back than C.J. Anderson and Jamaal Charles. He's worth a speculative add in deeper leagues.

BONUS: TE Greg Olsen, Panthers (ESPN: 44 percent; Yahoo: 50 percent): Olsen is eligible to return Week 12, and I bet Cam Newton has a countdown clock set somewhere.

BONUS: WR Josh Gordon, Browns (ESPN: 25 percent; Yahoo: 35 percent): Gordon can return to game action Week 13. It's a testament to his talent his ownership numbers are already this high.

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