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Waiver Wire – Week 11 2022


Week 10 was no disappointment to some exciting games. From the first game being played in Germany between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Seattle Seahawks to the great overtime matchup between the Buffalo Bills and Minnasota Vikings. Waiver Wire Week 11 is very similar to Week 10, with 4 teams on bye. Jacksonville, Miami, Seattle and Tampa Bay all have the week off. Therefore, if you have players on these teams and you haven’t made the necessary moves for Week 11. You might want to take some time and take a look at this article, it might save your season.

Remember, this article contains players rostered in 30% or less in total leagues. Ownership data is coming from ESPN.com Fantasy Football.


Ryan Tannehill (TEN )- 7.6% – @GB  

Ryan Tannehill completed 19 of 36 pass attempts for 255 yards, two touchdowns, and no interceptions. He also rushed two times for 12 yards while getting 19.4 FPTS. Next week the Tennessee Titans travel to the frozen tundra of Lambeau Field to face the Green Bay Packers. The Packers are giving up 11.3 FPTS to the Quarterback position.

Kenny Pickett (PIT) – 5.7% – VS. CIN

Kenny Pickett completed 18 of 30 pass attempts for 199 yards and no touchdowns. He rushed eight times for 51 yards and one touchdown for 19.06 FPTS. The Cincinnati Bengals come to town for a Division rivalry game. The Bengals are giving up 12.41 FPTS to the Quarterback position.


Jerick McKinnon (KC) – 18.2% – @LAC

Jerick Mckinnon had one rush for two yards while he caught six passes for 51 yards and no touchdowns for the day. He finished with 11.8 FPTS for the day. Week 11 has the Chiefs traveling to Los Angeles to face the Chargers. The Chargers are giving up the second most fantasy points to the Running Back position at 25.32 per game.

Jaylen Warren (PIT) 11.5% – VS. CIN

Jaylen Warren rushed nine times for 37 yards and no touchdowns while getting three receptions for 40 yards, finishing the day with 10.7 FPTS. He will face the Bengals as they come to town. They are giving up 16.48 FPTS to the Running Back position.


Donovan People-Jones (CLE) – 20.8% – @BUF   

Donovan People-Jones was targeted nine times for five receptions and 99 yards. He finished the day with 14.9 FPTS. Week 11 has the Cleveland Browns going to Buffalo to face the Bills. The Bills are giving up 20.46 FPTS per game to the Wide Receiver position.

Darius Slayton (NYG) – 4.6% – VS. DET

Darius Slayton had three receptions on four targets for 95 yards and one touchdown while getting 18.5 FPTS. The Giants travel to Detroit to face the Lions for Week 11. The Lions are giving up 23.43 FPTS to the Wide Receiver position.


Foster Moreau (LVR)- 10.7%- @DEN   

Foster Moreau was targeted four times for three receptions,43 yards and one touchdown. He finished the day with 13.3 FPTS. Next week the Raiders travel to Denver to play the Broncos. The Broncos are giving up 7.16 FPTS to the Tight End Position.


Greg Joseph (MIN) – 28.7% – VS. DAL

Greg Joseph was two for two on field goals and three of four on extra points for 9.0 FPTS. The Vikings travel to Dallas for Week 11. The Cowboys are giving up 8.11 FPTS to the Kicker position.


Kansas City Chiefs – 24.6% – @LAC       

The Chiefs had five sacks while giving up 17 points to the Jacksonville Jaguars in a 27 to 17 win in Week 10. Week 11 had them traveling to the Los Angeles Chargers.  

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Stats from ESPN.com Fantasy Football and Fantasy Data.com

Stacey @sdcochran99


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