Fantasy Football 2019: Waiver Wire Week 11 Pick up’sTweet
TEAMS BYE: Green Bay Packers, New York Giants, Seattle Seahawks, Tennessee Titans
Waiver Group: May be available to you (ownership above 50% Lower than 90%)
QB: BUF Josh Allen(79%), LAC Philip Rivers (75%)
RB: PIT Jaylen Samuels (82%), HOU Duke Johnson Jr. (60%), GB Jamal Williams (74%), CLE Kareem Hunt (70%), PHI Miles Sanders (74%), WAS Adrian Peterson (55%), TB Ronald Jones (73%)
WR: CAR Curtis Samuel (75%), NE Mohammed Sanu (72%),SEA DK MetCalf ( 83%),SEA Josh Gorden (60%), IND Zach Pascal (50%)
TE: Dal Jason Witten (60%), IND Erci Ebron (60%)
Waiver Group: Should be available to you (ownership under 50%)
JAX Nick Foles (15%) – We are getting a new starting QB to help us in fantasy. Foles is back as the starter for Jaguars and he could help us for the final stretch of the season. In week one, Foles had looked very good for a solid drive and a half. Since then Minshew was able to eclipse 17 fantasy points 5 different times during the season. Foles has shown us strong fantasy performance before and with an easy schedule moving forward expect Foles to put up fantasy points.
Derek Carr (40%) – Prior to this past Thursday night game Carr was a wildly productive fantasy option for us. He is still a great option over the next three weeks. He goes up against the Bengals, Jets & Chiefs who all let up top 15 performance this back week. Carr has become more consistent this season with fewer turnovers. Carr can provide a strong quarterback for your team.
Other Group of QBs: NYJ Sam Donald (17%), CAR Kyle Allen (12%)
Donald continue to have fantastic matchups as long as he can play consistent in a bad offense. Allen who hasn’t really been too fantasy productive but does get a Falcons’ defense who gives up fantasy points. (Minus Brees this past week)
WAS Derrius Guice (37%) – Guice was finally active to the roster this past week and there is a chance that he could play come Sunday. Guice has talent and the Redskins are going to see what they have him in. The new run first coaching scheme has benefited the running backs like AP, whom has been a solid runner in that stretch. Guice is younger and faster than AP so he could be in line for some work. They have great matchups down the stretch, so go get Guice for that playoff run.
ATL Brian Hill (1%) – WE HAVE A NEW STARTING RB! Devonta Freeman was hit with the injury bug and early reports expect him to miss some time. Enter Brian Hill who did pretty well against a good Saints defense. Hill had 60 yards rushing and caught a TD in Sunday’s game. The run game hasn’t been strong this season but perhaps Hill can bring a spark to the team until Freeman returns. He has to be a must pick up this week.
Other Group of RBs: LAR Darrel Henderson (27%), Min Alexander Mattison (25%), Dal Tony Pollard (13%), JAX Ryquell Armstead (2%), MIA Kalen Ballage (30%), DET JD McKissic (17%)
Continue to add Studs’ handcuff as you never know when an injury will take place. Ballage is the current starter for Miami but was inefficient on Sunday but nonetheless the starter still. McKissic seems to have taken over as the lead dog for now. Out carried TY Johnson 15 – 5 in carries.
NYG Darius Slayton (11%) – Slayton had himself a big game on Sunday. He caught 10 receptions for 121 yards and two touchdowns against the Jets. It may be easier to pick up him now as he goes on bye but he clearly has a role in this offense. The team has been without Engram and Shepard but Slayton is the downfield receiver and has chemistry with Jones.
MIA Devante Parker (49%) – Parker had himself another strong performance on Sunday. He has a terrific schedule to finish off the season. He is the number one on a team who most likely will be behind in games. He has had four straight games with at least 50 yards.
Other Group of Wrs: DAL Randell Cobb (15%), SF Deebo Samuel (10%), KC Mecole Hardman (25%), N’Keal Harry (11%), ARI Andy Isabella (1%),PIT Diontae Johnson (16%), PIT James Washington (13%) NYJ Demaryius Thomas
Cobb had a great SNF and will continue to be part of this pass heavy offense. Hardman comes back into the picture with Mahomes back as the starter. Harry should be active for this Sunday’s game. Isabella has been finally getting involved in this offense. Their pass heavy approach could make Isabella interesting down the stretch. Johnson & Washington both have shown some good chemistry recently with Rudolph and should be rostered. Thomas has produced at least 40 yards in 5 of 6 games.
MIN Kyle Rudolph (33%) – Rudolph has become more involved in this offense with Thielen out of the lineup, especially in the red zone. He has four touchdowns over the past four weeks. Tight ends success is hard to come by but if he can keep up the touchdowns then he is startable.
TB OJ Howard (41%) – Howard finally had a respectable game on Sunday. He does have a schedule of great matchups. Perhaps now that he is healthy then he could start provide us some good fantasy value.
Other Group of TE: HOU Darren Fells(33%), PHI Dallas Goedert (22%), BUF Dawson Knox (4%), IND Jack Doyle(48%), CIN Tyler Eifert (9%),
Fells coming off a bye has been very productive. Goedert is still a big part of this Eagles offense. Knox is a decent tight end with a good matchup vs Miami next week. Doyle has seen a spike in productive with Hilton out of the line up. Eifert has combine for over 100 yards in the past two weeks. A rookie QB best friend is usually a tight end.
Deeper League Players to Add
KC Demarcus Robinson
SEA Jacob Hollister
DET Jeff Driskel
ATL Russell Gage
IND Nyheim Hines
FA Rob Gronkowski
BAL Gus Edwards
TB Dare Ogunbowale
DEN Noah Fant
MIA Mike Gesicki
LAR Josh Reynolds
Many I mentioned above. In deeper leagues, look towards handcuffs as an injury could happen at any time. Listen to the TimeSkew Podcast for even more players!
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Fantasy Football 2019: Waiver Wire Week 11 Pick up’sTweet