The bye weeks are rolling, meaning teams (maybe even yours) are scrambling for potential last-minute waiver adds to bolster their rosters. If you missed out on some of the top waiver picks and are in need of a streamer at the RB position this week, then look no further than the fantasy football Week 11 RB streamers options below.
Pick the right fantasy football streamer option to get the win this week and continue down the path of fantasy greatness, which ends with you hoisting your league’s trophy, championship belt or champ chain.
Players must be owned in less than 60 percent of ESPN fantasy leagues to be included in the fantasy football Week 11 RB streamers column. All ownerships for players will be provided and will reflect that of Wednesday morning, once waivers are processed.
Fantasy Football Week 11 RB Streamers
Ty Chandler Fantasy Outlook (40.2%)
It only took injuries to both Cam Akers and Alexander Mattison for Vikings head coach Kevin O’Connell to realize that Ty Chandler might be the best RB on the Minnesota depth chart. Chandler made a strong case for that title Sunday, carrying the ball 15 times for 45 yards and a touchdown. While it’s not impressive on the surface, he looked like a strong runner in his opportunities.
With Mattison due to miss Week 11 in concussion protocol, Ty Chandler gets a golden opportunity to steal the job with a favorable matchup against a porous Broncos run defense. He’s a solid fantasy football Week 11 RB streamers option, but he could turn out to be much more than that.
Royce Freeman Fantasy Outlook (14.9%)
I’m buying Royce Freeman’s fantasy stock heading into a Week 11 matchup against a soft Seahawks rushing defense. In the Rams’ last game before their bye in Week 9, Freeman out-carried Darrel Henderson Jr., totaling 12 rush attempts and tallying 32 yards.
With Matthew Stafford expected back in Week 11, I don’t mind having exposure to this offense’s potential lead back.
Antonio Gibson Fantasy Outlook (45.7%)
Antonio Gibson was in this article last week and delivered, totaling 13 yards on four rushes while adding 42 yards on five catches. This marked the third straight game for Gibson with at least five catches.
The Commanders’ offense, led by Sam Howell and Eric Bienemy, has shown little interest in running the ball. Because of that, Gibson’s pass-catching ability has rendered him a sneaky option for rosters in need of an under-the-radar start. Gibson has a nice matchup with the Giants in Week 11, making him a flex play in a contest that should see a favorable game script for the Washington backfield.