Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Week 10: Chris Ogbonnaya

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Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Week 10: Chris Ogbonnaya Trending Up

As most fantasy leagues get closer to the playoffs many owners are looking for any edge they can. Only two more bye weeks remain in the NFL, so one week plays have high value from here on out. One such players is the Browns' Chris Ogbonnaya.

Ogbonnaya has seen his production increase with the injry to Peyton Hillis, making him a reliable play. According to SB Nation's partner Numberfire, Ogbonnaya has been averaging 10 carries per game and is approaching 50 yards per contest. He is also a possible option out of the backfield to pick some some minor receiving yards:

10.41 car, 47.57 yds, 0.81 rec for 6.04 yds, 0.4 TDs for 7.74 pts

Numberfire does rate him as a high risk player, but remember that he will get a chance to play this week against a porous St. Louis Rams defense. The Rams have only one win on the seaosn and have struggled to stop almost everyone on their schedule. Playing at home Ogbonnaya could be an option.

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