The wide receiver position is deep this year in fantasy football, so it’s unlikely you streamed this position early in the season. But plenty of teams’ wide receiver rooms have been plagued with injuries through seven games. If you’ve been hit with this bad luck, read on for three fantasy football Week 11 WR streamers that are worth consideration.
Despite most having late-round ADPs or emerging on the fantasy football waiver wire because of injuries or production, these wide receivers have a good chance to carve out more significant roles moving forward. Keep in mind, four teams are on bye (MIA, SEA, JAX, TB).
Players must be owned in less than 55 percent of ESPN 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
Kadarius Toney Fantasy Outlook at LAC (53.7%)
It’s shocking that the Kadarius Toney fantasy football ownership hasn’t shot up above 60% yet, because his situation in Kansas City is a really good one. In just his second game with Patrick Mahomes as his QB, he caught four passes for 57 yards and a touchdown. With injuries plaguing the Chiefs’ wide receiving corps, he could be in line for plenty of work as the WR1 in the offense. The Los Angeles Chargers allow over 30 fantasy points per game (FPPG) to opposing wide receivers this season, and this game could be a shootout if the Chargers get some weapons back.
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Christian Watson Fantasy Outlook vs. TEN (41.1%)
Well, Christian Watson officially posted his breakout game, catching four balls for 107 yards and three touchdowns. Watson suddenly finds himself as a main weapon in an offense led by Aaron Rodgers due to injuries. His past performances have been underwhelming and disappointing, but this is only the beginning for Christian Watson’s fantasy football value moving forward because Rodgers now trusts him. The Tennessee Titans have struggled in the secondary this season, allowing the fourth-most FPPG to opposing wide receivers thus far (40.1).
Donovan Peoples-Jones Fantasy Outlook at BUF (29.4%)
The value and upside of Donovan Peoples-Jones has been steadily rising each week for his big-play ability. He has posted four straight double-digit fantasy performances and has seen at least four targets in six straight games. The Cleveland Browns face the Buffalo Bills this week, who rank around the middle of the pack against opposing wide receivers (32.7 FPPG) and are severely banged up in the secondary. It is worth mentioning that it’s supposed to be a blizzard in Buffalo on Sunday, so it could be a pure running game. But if not, Peoples-Jones will likely expose the backup secondary.
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