Fantasy football waiver advice, Week 10: Lance Moore

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The Saints are really banged up and Lance Moore was a popular target for Drew Brees on Sunday.

New Orleans Saints wide receiver Lance Moore was a popular target for Drew Brees on Sunday, turning his 10 targets into 70 yards and six receptions.

Moore was a ghost up until last week due to injuries but scored his first TD of the season against the Bills. In that game, he had just three catches and 34 yards, both of which were season highs. Prior to that game, he totaled just four catches for 44 yards in the entire season.

Obviously, to go from that to getting 10 targets, a few things needed to happen. The main one was that Darren Sproles left the game.

Fantasy impact: If you're in a PPR league, Moore is worth a look. The Saints were also without Marques Colston, but his snaps were essentially replaced by Kenny Stills. In other words, Colston's absence doesn't directly affect Moore's value. What's more, Colston was awful heading into last week. Owners in standard leagues probably won't want anything to do with Moore for now. If Sproles makes it back, Moore will be tough to play.

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