Week 10: Sleepers
In order for Baldwin to remain fantasy relevant, he needs more consistent looks from Russell Wilson. Those targets came last week, ten to be specific, and Baldwin made the most of the opportunity by hauling in six passes for 75 yards and a touchdown. Unfortunately, he only saw one target in each of his two previous games. That obviously won't get it done for our needs. Baldwin has a favorable matchup against Atlanta this week, and the Falcons have allowed the 10th-most fantasy points to WRs. Baldwin should see a ton of one-on-one coverage facing number two corners every week. As long as Percy Harvin's return remains delayed, Baldwin retains some fantasy value.
Graham scored three times in Houston's first four games and went dark. Since replacing Owen Daniels, he has done a little something in each contest, but never enough to crack into TE2 territory. His 12.1 yards per reception average in his last three contests is very good compared to his peers. It's not close to the Gronkowski's of the world, however when you also add the upside Case Keenum provided this offense last week, there might be something brewing for the Texans. Graham will have a great opportunity in Week 10 facing Arizona. The Cards have allowed the most fantasy points to opposing TEs, including eight TDs. Graham won't have an easier shot to score big points.Injury Status: Injured Reserve