For most fantasy leagues, there are just three to four weeks left in the fantasy football regular season. If you don’t have a quarterback that you can just plug in and forget about, you’re probably looking for some good streamers. While we hit a little bit of a rough patch last week, we always get back on track. I couldn’t be more confident in these three quarterback fantasy football streamers for the week, and you should be too.
Read on for three QB fantasy football streamers that are worth consideration for Week 11. In some cases, one might still be able to claim these passers off of waivers. In order to be included in the fantasy QB streamers article, they must be rostered in less than 60 percent of ESPN leagues.
Fantasy Football Streamers | Week 11 QBs
Tua Tagovailoa | Miami Dolphins (at NYJ)
Tua Tagovailoa had possibly a career-defining win over the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday after Jacoby Brissett got hurt midway through the game. Hurt finger and all, Tua helped lead Miami down the field multiple times. Tua was able to punch it into the endzone as well and dropped over 12 fantasy points in very limited action. With a matchup against the struggling New York Jets on tap, Tua is an intriguing option for those looking for quarterback help..
Rostered in just 35.6% of leagues, Tua is still being overlooked. On the outside it makes sense. Why would people trust an inconsistent quarterback with a hurt finger? Well not only has he been solid when he’s been healthy since Week 2, but the offense is making it easy for him. The key for this Miami offense are short and quick passes. Tua doesn’t have the downfield accuracy of other quarterbacks and the Dolphins are finally working towards his strengths. Against the Jets and their poor defense, Tua should be able to pick apart this secondary and use his legs to get some extra points.
Justin Fields | Chicago Bears (vs BAL)
Justin Fields and the Chicago Bears got a much-needed bye this past week. After losing a heartbreaker with plenty of questionable, at best, calls going against them, the Bears have a tough matchup with the Baltimore Ravens at Soldier Field. To Fields’ credit, however, he has been improving steadily. With an extra week of rest and practice, Fields will certainly be ready to show out for the Chicago faithful.
Rostered in 18% of leagues, Fields is flying under the radar due to the name value of the Ravens defense. While they haven’t been horrible, they are only 23rd against opposing quarterbacks. Thursday’s game against Miami gave Chicago the perfect blueprint for how to beat the Ravens on both sides of the ball. Justin Fields can take what the defense gives him while also having the ability to sling it deep when needed.
Mac Jones | New England Patriots (at ATL)
If it wasn’t for the incredible season of Cincinnati Bengals receiver Ja’Marr Chase, Mac Jones may be the frontrunner for the Offensive Rookie of the Year. Jones and the Patriots are only getting better and are currently on a four-game winning streak. Jones is rostered in 13.8% of fantasy football leagues, and it should be much higher after a stellar performance against the Cleveland Browns.
Last week, Jones completed 19 of his 23 passes for just under 200 yards and three touchdowns. Even with under 200 yards, that was good enough for a performance just short of 20 fantasy points. With a matchup against an Atlanta defense that ranks 30th against quarterbacks, he’s poised for another similar performance. The only worry about Jones is the Patriots get out to a large lead and run out the clock.