Fantasy Football is a game fraught with multiple decisions every single week. Who should owners seek on the waiver wire? And how can owners make effective trades to improve their team in every week of the season? And which players should be dropped after disappointing weeks? Here are five players whose poor performance in week 10 no longer makes them worthy of a roster spot.

1. T.J. Yeldon.

The Jaguars backfield is a complete mess. Anybody who relies on Yeldon for production has been disappointed almost every time he plays. Yeldon has scored a double digit fantasy point total in just one of the last five weeks and has a maximal output of 5 fantasy points in the other five weeks.

2. DuJuan Harris.

Carlos Hyde is back and the 49ers offense is terrible. You might have picked him up off the waiver wire this week, but his fantasy value has already run out and now it's time to drop him.

3. Matt Jones.

Week 10 confirmed that the Redskins no longer have any confidence in the fumble prone Jones. He's been replaced by new starter Robert Kelley, who had almost 100 rushing yards against the Vikings in week 10. The backup role and pass catching role has been given to Chris Thompson, making Jones expendable for all fantasy owners this season.

4. Tavon Austin.

The dual threat for the Rams has had a terrible fantasy year. The Rams offense isn't doing a great job of getting Austin involved and their point production has made Austin undesirable as a fantasy option.

The emergence of Kenny Britt as the top receiver in LA means Austin no longer deserves a spot on your bench.

5. Jay Cutler.

Anybody who started Cutler in week 10 was hoping that the Bears quarterback would take advantage of an excellent matchup against a very weak Buccaneers defense. Instead fantasy owners got a turnover filled disaster of a performance in which Cutler scored just five fantasy points.

If he can't get it done against such a weak defense, what makes you think that he'll be able to get it done against anybody else? Drop him now and search for better options on the waiver wire.

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