It's already week 10 in the NFL, and at this point Fantasy leagues are getting down to the wire. Soon the playoffs will start, and that means roster composition becomes even more crucial. One injury to a player like Todd Gurley or Kareem Hunt can crush championship dreams if you don't have a backup plan. That's why fantasy owners need to work the Waiver Wire every week, picking up talent that can bolster rosters. Let's take a look at which players should be added from the waiver wire in week 10.

1. Corey Clement (0.8% Ownership)

The Eagles running back has steadily gained a greater role in the offense, and at this point is worth a roster spot.

In week 9, Clement scored two touchdowns and had twelve carries. He is clearly in line for a larger role in the offense and should be rostered in fantasy leagues even though he is on bye in week 10.

2. Damien Williams (23% Ownership)

With Ajayi gone, the Dolphins will turn to both Kenyan Drake and Williams for production in the offense. Williams gets a majority of the passing touches, which makes him a more productive and intriguing option for fantasy owners looking to add depth at the running back position.

3. Marquise Goodwin (9.3% Ownership)

With Garcon out for the year in San Francisco, Marquise Goodwin immediately becomes the top option for the 49ers at wide receiver. The 49ers don't have a great passing attack, but the number one wide receiver on any NFL offense has some fantasy value.

Goodwin is capable of breaking big plays and should be able to deliver some fantasy value now that he is the main option. Grab him from the waiver wire if he is available.

4. Curtis Samuel (4.9% Ownership)

The Panthers aren't focused on throwing the ball, but trading Kelvin Benjamin suggests that the Panthers are comfortable with the options on their roster.

One of those options is Samuel, who Cam Newton is trying to get more involved in the offense. This is a pure flier, but I'd guess that Samuel becomes the top option on the Panthers with Benjamin now gone.

5. Charles Clay (20.9% Ownership)

When the Buffalo Bills tight end was healthy, he was one of the top five fantasy tight ends in the league.

But after an injury against the Bengals, many fantasy owners dropped him and went in search of other options on the waiver wire. Now it looks like he's finally getting healthy and may make a return this week. Even if he doesn't, Clay is perhaps Tyrod Taylor's favorite target and he's going to get plenty of fantasy opportunities when he comes back.