WAIVER WIRE WEEK 11
Going into week 11, managers are trying to secure the lineups and benches for the upcoming playoffs. You’re either feeling good about your team and the playoffs, or you’re feeling like your one loss away from not making it. Don’t give up! There are still players with good matchups for week 11. There are going to be four teams on byes for this week. So, let’s see who is available on the waiver wire to help our teams win this week.
Remember, this article contains players rostered in 40% or less in total leagues. Ownership data is coming from ESPN.com Fantasy Football.
JOSHUA DOBBS(MIN) 38.5%- @- DEN
In his official first start for the Vikings, Joshua Dobbs didn’t disappoint. Dobbs had 23 of 34 completed passes for 268 passing yards, one touchdown and eight carries for 44 rushing yards and one touchdown. He finished the day with 25.12 FPTS. The Vikings travel to Denver for a week 11 matchup. The Broncos are giving up 18.3 FPTS and 266.9 passing yards to the Quarterback position.
WILL LEVIS(TEN) 36.3% -@-JAX
The hype around Will Levis has been dying. However, with four teams on bye for week 11, you take what you can get. Levis had 19 of 39 completed passes for 199 passing yards and one interception. He finished the day with 5.96 FPTS. The Tennessee Titans will travel to face the Jacksonville Jaguars for week 11. The Jaguars are giving up 16.9 FPTS and 274.9 passing yards to the Quarterback position.
KEATON MITCHELL(BAL) 23.3%-VS-CIN
Mitchell had three carries for 34 yards and one touchdown, with one reception for 32 yards. He finished the day with 13.6 FPTS. I know he hasn’t seen a heavy workload but he produces with small opportunities. The Ravens face the Bengals in Cincinnati for a Thursday night matchup. The Bengals are giving up 20 FPTS and 274 rushing yards to the running back position.
TY CHANDLER(MIN) 2.7% -@- DEN
With Mattison leaving the game against the New Orleans Saints for a concussion in week 10. Look for Chandler to be the workhorse back in week 11. Chandler had 15 carries for 45 yards and one touchdown in Sunday’s win over the Saints. He finished the day with 10.5 FPTS. Chandler and the Vikings travel to Denver for a Sunday night matchup. The Broncos are giving up the most fantasy points to the Running Back position at 33.6 per game. Also, they are giving up 130.9 rushing yards to the position.
NOAH BROWN(TEX) 25% -VS- ARI
Brown had seven receptions for 172 receiving yards in a win for the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday. He finished the day with 24.2 FPTS. In his last two games he has had over 150 receiving yards and at least 24 FPTS. The Arizona Cardinals will travel to face the Houston Texans on Sunday. The Cardinals are giving up 36.1 FPTS and 174 receiving yards to the Wide Receiver position.
QUENTIN JOHNSON(LAC) 33.3% -@- GB
Johnson had four receptions for 34 receiving yards and one touchdown. He finished the day with 13.4 FPTS. Over the last three games he has a target share of 12.3%. The Chargers take a trip across the country to play the Green Bay Packers on Sunday. The Packers are giving up 30.5 FPTS and 133.5 receiving yards to the Wide Receiver position.
LUKE MUSGRAVE(GB) 17% -VS- LAC
Musgrave had two receptions for 64 yards and 8.4 FPTS in a loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday. The Chargers come to Green Bay for a week 11 matchup. They are giving up 14.5 FPTS and 69 receiving yards to the Tight End position.
MATT AMMENDOLA(TEX) 0.3% -VS- ARI
Ammendola was three for three on field goals and three for three on extra points on Sunday. He finished the day with 13 FPTS. The Texans play the Arizona Cardinals in week 11. The Cardinals are giving up 9.2 FPTS to the kicker position.
MINNESOTA VIKINGS 23.8% -@- DEN
The Vikings had two interceptions and three sacks in their win over the New Orleans Saints on Sunday. They finished the day with 9 FPTS. In week 11 the Vikings travel to face the Denver Broncos.
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