Fantasy Football Streamers for Week 11

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Filling holes in your roster due to injury and bye weeks is one of the most stressful parts of fantasy football, but also one of the most fun and rewarding. Hitting on a player that few believe in and even few are starting is immensely rewarding. In this article you will find these kinds of players that are available and should be started if you have holes on your roster. All players found here are owned in under 50% of fantasy leagues. All statistics found in this article can be found at our website https://www.lineups.com/nfl.

WR Demaryius Thomas (NYJ) vs. WAS – 4.5% Rostered

Thomas was a big part of the Jets’ 2nd win of the season against the New York Giants, catching 8 of 9 targets for 84 yards. Over the past 3 weeks Thomas has seen the 2nd most targets from Darnold behind Jamison Crowder. He has also seen the 2nd most red-zone targets on the Jets’ offense this season. Week 10 was the first game of the season for Thomas recording double-digit fantasy points. Part of that reason is the lack of touchdowns this season, a statistic that the Jets rank last in the league. The Redskins’ defense has allowed the 15th most passing touchdowns, 10th highest yards per attempt, and the 21st most passing yards. All of this against the 4th fewest passing attempts in the NFL due to the lack of competitive games. However, this matchup will be a competitive one for both teams. Expect a potentially high scoring game against the Redskins. If the Jets want to continue to win, Thomas will be a part of that game plan. Averaging 12.6 yards per reception this season, if Thomas continues getting this kind of target share he will be a flex worthy option going forward this season.

WR Devante Parker (MIA) vs. BUF – 44.5% Rostered

The last time Parker and the Miami Dolphins met the Buffalo Bills in week 7 Parker saw 10 targets, catching 5 for 55 yards and a touchdown. Since week 7 Parker has been a target machine in the Dolphins offense which has had some fight in them as of recently. Averaging a massive 14.2 yards per reception so far this season. Parker is Fitzpatrick’s go to guy, averaging 8.5 targets per game accounting for 25% of the targets since week 7. Facing a tough matchup against the Bills this week is worrisome, but the targets will be there for Parker. We have seen Parker perform previously against the Bills and with the lack of receiving options on the Dolphins we will likely see him perform again.

WR Deebo Samuel (SF) vs. ARI – 10% Rostered

Samuel caught 8 of 11 targets for 112 yards against the Seahawks. We also saw the 49ers receiver Emmanuel Sanders go down with an injury, exiting the game. If Sanders is to miss week 11’s matchup against the Cardinals, you can expect another big game from Samuel. The Cardinals have allowed the most passing yards this season, the most passing touchdowns, 6th highest yards per attempt, and the 12th highest yards per completion. With few other note-worthy receivers on the 49ers Samuel will have to step into the number 1 receiver position against the Cardinals if Sanders injury keeps him out. Kittle has also been announced as out this week. Samuel has the opportunity to truly breakout this week against a week secondary. Seeing 18 targets over the past two weeks and averaging 11.3 yards per reception, Samuel has big play potential written all over him. Samuel should be your top waiver priority if you are in need of a wide receiver or a flex option going into week 11.

TE Ross Dwelley (SF) vs. ARI – 4.6% Rostered

Star tight-end George Kittle injured his knee and ankle in week 9 against the Arizona Cardinals. Kittle has already been announced as out this week against the Cardinals in week 11. In Kittle’s absence backup tight-end Ross Dwelley saw 91% of the offensive snaps in week 10 along with 7 targets against the Seahawk, only catching 3 for 24 yards but the target share was there. Going up against the Cardinals for the second time in 3 weeks. The Cardinals rank dead-last against opposing fantasy tight-ends. A breakout game is ahead of Ross Dwelley, who is criminally under-owned at just 4.6%. If you are looking for a tight-end streamer or are a George Kittle owner, you need to pick-up Dwelley this week.

RB J.D. McKissic (DET) vs. DAL – 16.0% Rostered

In week 10 J.D. McKissic saw 70% of the offensive snaps for the Lions, due in part to Ty Johnson going down with a concussion. If Johnson is unable to suit up against the Cowboys expect McKissic to get most of the offensive snaps. McKissic has the skill set to be a 3-down back for the Lions without Johnson. A factor in the receiving game, McKissic saw 6 receptions for 19 yards against the Bears. Facing the Dallas Cowboys in week 11, who rank 20th against opposing fantasy running-backs this season. With the running-backs available on the waivers being as dry as it is, McKissic offers a back with potential to see a full workload with a favorable fantasy matchup.

WR Ted Ginn Jr. (NO) vs. TB – 9.8% Rostered

Playing almost 70% of the snaps in week 10 against the Falcons, Ginn is the second-wide receiver in this New Orleans offense. Playing the second-most snaps and seeing the second most targets behind star wide receiver Michael Thomas. Ginn has big-play potential every snap, averaging 12.3 yards per reception this season. Facing the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in week 11, who rank 6th in passing yards allowed, 9th in yards per completion, and have allowed the 4th most passing touchdowns. After an embarrassing outing against the Atlanta Falcons defense, the Saints will be looking to bounce back in a big way. Ginn is the deep threat that can break a play at any time. Drew Brees has shown trust in Ginn to haul in those big throws. The Buccaneers 32nd against opposing wide receivers this season. Ginn is a good pickup if you are in need of a flex option that could explode this week.

I am an undergraduate at Delaware County Community College studying for a degree in Business Administration. Born and raised in the Philadelphia suburbs. A devoted Philadelphia sports fan and passionate fantasy football player. There is no better feeling than beating your rival in fantasy football.

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