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 WR position this week, then look no further than the fantasy football Week 11 WR 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 WR streamers column. All ownerships for players will be provided and will reflect that of Wednesday morning, once waivers are processed.
Fantasy Football Week 11 WR Streamers
Jayden Reed Fantasy Outlook (16.7%)
Jayden Reed caught all five of his targets last week for 84 yards and a touchdown. His week 10 performance is a welcome sight after a dormant performance in Week 9 that saw the rookie catch just three balls for 19 yards.
Reed is a decent flex play in Week 11 as the Packers host the Chargers in what should be a game that lends itself to a positive game script for Green Bay WRs. There hasn’t been one WR that has separated from the pack (no pun intended) but it might be worth taking a bet on Reed and Love establishing a strong connection.
Brandin Cooks Fantasy Outlook (55.5%)
Brandin Cooks had become a bit of a fantasy football afterthought, as he went the first nine weeks of the season without catching more than four passes. In Week 10, though, Cooks broke out with nine catches, 173 yards and a touchdown.
Cooks has scored a touchdown in three of the last four games and his relevance in the Cowboys’ passing attack, along with Dak Prescott’s great form, makes him a weekly flex viable option. Consider Cooks for your fantasy football Week 11 WR streamers.
Noah Brown Fantasy Outlook (39.1%)
Noah Brown had his second straight unbelievable performance Sunday, racking up 172 yards on eight catches. That’s now back-to-back weeks with 150 or more receiving yards, and he’s owned in less than half of leagues.
Brown was out for Weeks 2-5, and has earned at least five targets in each of the four weeks since his return to action. It’s clear that he’s building a strong rapport with CJ Stroud and should continue his strong performance in a Week 11 meeting with the Cardinals.