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Fantasy Football Week 11 Early Waiver Wire: Can Darius Slayton be a late-season breakout star?

CBS Sports Sunday, 10 November 2019 ()
We've seen flashes from Darius Slayton, but he put together a huge performance in Week 10, and Chris Towers thinks he could be a star down the stretch for Fantasy.

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