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NFL Fantasy Football Week 11 Sleepers

NFL Fantasy Football Week 11 Sleepers

NFL FANTASY FOOTBALL WEEK 11 SLEEPERS – A player gets injured, or someone breaks out and earns more opportunities. These players can make or break your fantasy season. No one can predict the future, so drafting a perfect team is out of the question.

Depth never hurts, so it is best to evaluate your roster weekly. This article is a great place to look and will feature the best waiver wire additions each week. (Rostered Percentages from ESPN)

Quarterback

Jordan Love – 44.6% Rostered

The quarterback position is not the most streaming-friendly position this week. Most better quarterbacks are widely rostered but may be available in your league. Guys like Brock Purdy, Geno Smith, and Kyler Murray are likely better options than Love moving forward, but Jordan Love has two great matchups ahead of him.

He plays the Chargers this week and the Lions next. He has not finished inside the top 10 of quarterbacks since week three, but with Aaron Jones back, he should be more productive moving forward since the offense is less one-dimensional. The Chargers allow 291.2 passing yards per game, which is dead last.

Love is a solid streaming option this week.

Joshua Dobbs – 39% Rostered

I mentioned Dobbs last week and finished as the QB3 this week. He has scored 25 fantasy points in three consecutive weeks and could get Justin Jefferson back soon. He plays the Broncos this week on Sunday night, which is a decent matchup.

The Vikings rank fourth in passing play percentage, with 63.85% of their plays being a pass. Dobbs is in a good system with talented weapons around him, which makes him a viable fantasy quarterback.

Running Back

Devin Singletary – 50.8% Rostered

The running back position has a couple of players that are earning more snaps. Dameon Pierce missed his second straight game with an ankle injury, and Singletary took full advantage. He ran the ball 30 times for 150 yards and a touchdown.

Singletary received monstrous volume with Pierce out, which could happen again this week. The volume should decrease when Pierce is back in the mix, but he has likely earned more opportunities moving forward.

Ty Chandler – 3% Rostered

Ty Chandler ran 15 times for 45 yards on Sunday against the Saints. Alexander Mattison went down with a concussion but has been inefficient this season. Chandler was inefficient at filling in for Mattison, but he proved capable.

Mattison will have to clear concussion protocol to play this week, which is unlikely. Chandler has a solid matchup against the Broncos and could be a good streaming option this week.

Wide Receiver

Brandin Cooks – 49.1% Rostered

Cooks turned back the clocks last week and posted nine receptions for 173 yards and a touchdown. He received 10 targets, which is the most this season (4.9 average). He has two solid matchups against the Panthers and Commanders in the coming weeks.

He is a boom-or-bust player but could stay hot over the next two weeks.

Noah Brown – 27.1% Rostered

Noah Brown has been dominating as he fills in for injured players. He has posted back-to-back 150-yard games and is earning more volume in this offense. Nico Collins missed this week due to a calf injury, which increased Brown’s workload.

He has played at least 70% of snaps in the past three weeks and should continue to see more playing time moving forward, especially if Collins is out.

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Tight End

Trey McBride – 50.8% Rostered

I usually do not list players >50% owned in ESPN leagues, but I will make an exception since it is so close. McBride is a league-winning type of player who is drastically under-owned. He has posted two top-three tight end finishes in the past three weeks and had 131 yards in his first game with Kyler Murray this season.

He was targeted nine times and played 77% of snaps. Go pick him up now.

 

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