When it comes to the tight end position in fantasy football, it can be difficult to find consistency outside of the top five. Streaming a tight end each week is very popular across fantasy leagues but the position has been a wasteland thus far with not many players emerging on the waiver wire. Read on for three fantasy football Week 11 TE streamers that are worth consideration due to either good matchups or promising target share or production in past performances.
Keep in mind, there are four teams on a bye (MIA, SEA, JAX, TB).
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Fantasy Football Week 11 TE Streamers
Trey McBride Fantasy Outlook vs. SF (2.6%)
With Zach Ertz out for the season, the rookie Trey McBride has a chance to break out and show what he can do at the NFL level. It’s always right to temper expectations with tight ends, especially rookies, but it’s clear the Arizona Cardinals prioritize the position in their offensive game plan. The San Francisco 49ers allow just 9.6 fantasy points per game (FPPG) to opposing tight ends thus far, making the matchup tougher on the rookie but the sky’s the limit this week to see what he can do.
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Tyler Conklin Fantasy Outlook at NE (26.4%)
It’s hard to trust New York Jets players because the offense is led by an underwhelming quarterback, but tight end Tyler Conklin has been consistent enough to stream. The Jets face the New England Patriots, where Conklin scored 25.9 fantasy points and finished as TE1 the last time they faced each other. Inconsistency comes with streaming tight ends, but I’d take the chance on another double-digit performance against a team he already showed he can expose in the red zone.
Foster Moreau Fantasy Outlook at DEN (16.2%)
Foster Moreau has been pleasantly surprising for how bad the Las Vegas Raiders offense has looked on a weekly basis. With Darren Waller on IR, Moreau finds himself as the TE1 and has seen at least four targets in four straight games, including a three-catch, 43-yard and one-touchdown performance last week against the Indianapolis Colts. The Denver Broncos allow 12.5 FPPG to opposing tight ends thus far.
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