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Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Pick Ups Week 11

Fantasy Football Week 11 is here! The trade deadline should be coming up in your league. Here’s a look at the best Waiver Wire Players!

It’s Fantasy Football trade deadline time! Take a long look at your roster and make a waiver wire move in week 11! There are players on the wire each and every week in this whacky 2020 season. Consolidate and dominate. Then pick these guys up…

Fantasy Football QUARTERBACKS

Jameis Winston – NO

The #4 fantasy QB in 2019 takes over the New Orleans offense for a few weeks after Drew Brees blew his lungs out. The prognosis is said to be 2-3 weeks on the hopefull side. Winston could be huge down the stretch in 2020.

Alex Smith – WAS

The Lions make everyone look good, it’s true. Terry McLaurin also makes people look pretty good on a consistent basis. Alex Smith honestly played well on Sunday. He has plenty of young weapons and no one to take his job from him. The Bengals and Cowboys are up next for Smith.

Last Week’s Picks Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Picks….

Tua Tagovailoa – 19.9pts   BJake Luton – 11.45pts    C-

Fantasy Football RUNNING BACKS

Salvon Ahmed – MIA (Rookie)

The Dolphins are a playoff team…it’s important to understand that going forward. Tua is legit and mobile, which opens up the run game big time for the Dolphins. Miami also seems to favor using 1 RB over a committee. Basically whatever running back is starting in Miami is an RB2 going forward. Grab Ahmed and go ahead and start him.

NyHeim Hines – IND

As much as the Indy Committee scares me, Hines is not only playing the best football of the 3, but he also gets the most targets. If he starts leading the backfield in carries, he definitely needs to be owned and is even borderline started in most leagues.

Last Week’s Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Picks…….

Duke Johnson – 54 yards C- LAC RB’s – They were trash    F

Fantasy Football WIDE RECEIVERS

Breshad Perriman – NYJ

The Jets will be playing catchup all afternoon against the Chargers this weekend. Perriman has probably slid under the radar in your leagues due to the BYE week. And even though I hate rostering Jet’s, he looks to have too big of a role on a bad team. I love that kind of usage.

Michael Gallup – DAL

Dallas is another team that looks to be playing from behind the rest of the season. Gallup has seen his targets jump to 19 total over the past 2 weeks while new signal called Garrett Gilbert seems to look his way often. Gallup has at the pedigree and past to give you the confidence to add him.

Last Week’s Picks Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Picks…. Jakobi Meyers – 5/59/1   B+ Brandon Aiyuk – 7/75/1  A-
Richie James – 3/26/0   If he ever gets another chance like week 9, get him in your lineups

Fantasy Football TIGHT ENDS Week 11

Logan Thomas – WAS


The former QB and former Lion has settled in nicely as Alex Smith’s #2 target in the Washington offense. He could be huge for teams down the stretch that are struggling at the position. He looked great to me on sunday, enough that I added him wherever I could.

Jordan Reed – SF

It’s official, Reed is the TE to own in San Fran. For that, he makes it into this column for a 2nd time in 3 weeks. Aiyuk is the clear cut option in the passing game, but the Niners’ offense runs through the tight end. That means Reed is a TE1 until Kittle comes back…IF Kittle comes back.

Last Week’s Picks Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Picks….
Tyler Eiffert – 2/15   D- Dalton Schultz – BYE   Inc

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