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Fantasy football sleepers to keep an eye on for Week 10

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Still looking for some last-minute additions to your fantasy team this week? We're here to help.

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Whether you're dealing with some early-season injury bugs or left some holes open after your draft, there's a handful of players still available in most leagues that could be of service this week.

Here they are!


Chris Ivory, RB

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Chris Ivory finally returned to relevance last week against the Chiefs, rushing for 107 yards. He couldn't find the end zone to cap off a solid fantasy day, but with some momentum rolling his way, a big game could be in the cards against the Texans' iffy defense against the run.

Bryce Treggs, WR

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With Josh Huff out of the picture in Philly, rookie Bryce Treggs filled the vacancy last week against the Giants, catching two balls for 69 yards. Like Huff, he's the definition of a boom-or-bust play. But if you're in desperate need for a receiver, there's a chance he slips through the cracks for a big play against Atlanta.

Paul Perkins, RB

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The running back earned a career-high in touches last week against Philadelphia, and seems to be garnering more consideration from the coaching staff. The Bengals have allowed five rushing touchdowns over the last four games, making Perkins a viable candidate for Week 10.

Jay Cutler, QB

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Against a Tampa Bay defense that's allowed eight receiving touchdowns over the last two weeks, Jay Cutler could be a decent play at quarterback if bye weeks have you down a shotcaller. In his first week back from injury before the Bears' bye in Week 8, Cutler threw for 252 yards and a score against a good Vikings defense.

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32. Browns (0-9)
Last Week: 32

The Browns are closing in on one calendar year since their last victory. At this point, going 0-16, and grabbing the draft's No. 1 overall pick, is probably their best course of action.

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31. 49ers (1-7)
Last Week: 31

That's seven straight losses now for San Francisco, despite a strong performance from Colin Kaepernick. His play was encouraging, but it's merely in an audition for other teams next year.

(Photo by Jason O. Watson/Getty Images)

27. Ravens (4-4)
Last Week: 25

Baltimore has dropped back to .500 after a 3-0 start, but have the benefit of playing Cleveland in Week 10. With Pittsburgh and Cincinnati struggling, the door has been left open for the Ravens to sneak into the postseason, and a win this week would put them a step ahead.

(Photo by Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports via Reuters)

26. Rams (3-6)
Last Week: 23

The Rams supposedly won't turn to Jared Goff until they're out of playoff contention. Said another way: It won't be long until we get to see the No. 1 overall pick.

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23. Buccaneers (3-5)
Last Week: 21

Tampa got smoked at home in prime time by a superior team in the Falcons, and lost Jameis Winston due to injury in garbage time. Winston has practiced this week, and with a winnable game against the Bears looming, the Buccaneers will need him.

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22. Titans (4-5)
Last Week: 20

Tennessee continued alternating wins and losses on Sunday against a resurgent Chargers team, but posted 35 points while Marcus Mariota threw for more than 300 yards. They'll face another tough test in going against the Packers next week before a rematch with the Colts in a crucial divisional battle.

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21. Colts (4-5)
Last Week: 24

The Colts' bye week comes at an inopportune time, with the team fresh off its best win of the season. Still, the victory over Green Bay was encouraging, and could be a pivotal moment of the Colts' season.

(Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images)

20. Panthers (3-5)
Last Week: 22

That's two straight wins now for the Panthers, but the real test comes next week, against the most quietly hot team in football: Kansas City.

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18. Redskins (4-3-1)
Last Week: 15

Washington takes on the Vikings at the best possible time, with Minnesota losing three straight and the Skins well-rested off a bye. They'll need a win to keep up with the rest of the NFC East, and there's a chance they get it.

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17. Texans (5-3)
Last Week: 14

Houston has scored just 22 points over its last two games, but will go up against a Jacksonville team in Week 10 that ranks 25th in points allowed per game.

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16. Eagles (4-4)
Last Week: 11

The Eagles have now lost four of their last five, and now take on a Falcons team that's won six of eight since a Week 1 loss. The Eagles need a win to stay on pace in the division, but each week Atlanta appears to be a more and more formidable opponent.

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15. Chargers (4-5)
Last Week: 18

The Chargers have no won three of their last four, and host the Dolphins before a Week 11 bye. Melvin Gordon, who now leads the NFL with 11 total touchdowns, will look to lead the way against a Dolphins defense that's allowed the fourth-most rushing yards in 2016.

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14. Giants (5-3)
Last Week: 16

For the second game in a row, the Giants squeaked out a win despite some shaky play in the closing minutes. The pair of victories, though, has them in spot to battle for a playoff position, and solid play against the Bengals on Monday Night Football would give them a 6-3 record.

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12. Bills (4-5)
Last Week: 13

Buffalo continues to compete with tough competition, but fell just short on the final play in Week 9 against Seattle. Their third straight loss brings them down to 4-4 entering their bye.

(Photo by Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images)

11. Cardinals (3-4-1)
Last Week: 12

Despite their first-half struggles, Arizona still has a chance to challenge Seattle for the division in the second half of the season. That journey will begin this week against the 49ers, who haven't won since Week 1.

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10. Vikings (5-3)
Last Week: 6

After an undefeated start, Sam Bradford's Vikings are now losers of their last three. Their remaining schedule isn't the easiest, but with strong defensive play over the last two months, the Vikings should make it out as a playoff team.

(Photo by Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports via Reuters)

9. Packers (4-4)
Last Week: 5

Despite pedestrian play from Aaron Rodgers, the Packers are still in the mix in the AFC North, but the Vikings' hot start and a red-hot Lions team aren't making it easy.

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8. Lions (5-4)
Last Week: 17

That's now four wins in their last five games after knocking off Minnesota in overtime, and all of a sudden, the Lions are looking like a tough opponent. They'll have a bye week to rest before hosting Jacksonville in Week 11.

(Photo by Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports via Reuters)

7. Broncos (6-3)
Last Week: 3

Denver's defense may be the best in the league, but against offensively explosive teams like Oakland, they'll face their share of struggles. They're in good position moving forward, but their offense will need a bit of figuring-out between now and the postseason.

(Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

6. Falcons (6-3)
Last Week: 9

When they were 6-3 last season, Atlanta closed out the year with five losses over their last seven games. This time around, though, they seem to be hitting their stride.

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1. Patriots (7-1)
Last Week: 1

The class of the NFL is starting to separate itself from the pack as we enter the season's second half, but the Patriots sit comfortably above everybody else. A Super Bowl 49 rematch against the Seahawks awaits on Sunday night, but their next tough matchup doesn't pop up until Dec. 18 against Denver.

(Photo by Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images)

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