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Week 11 Fantasy Football Streamers: Quarterbacks

If you have a little uncertainty at the quarterback position, you may need to search the waivers to see who is available for a plug and play. These are the top Week 11 fantasy football streamers at running back that may be available for a pickup.

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Week 11 Fantasy Football Streamers at QB

Philip Rivers, IND (vs. GB)

Philip Rivers has the Colts rolling right now. He is playing great football and the Colts are coming off an impressive offensive performance against the Titans. He has seven touchdowns to two interceptions in his last four games. Rivers takes on the Packers this week, who don’t scare me by any means. Michael Pittman broke out last week to the tune of seven receptions for 101 yards. Pittman gives Rivers another weapon to elevate his fantasy ceiling. This is going to be a competitive matchup with playoff implications, and I like Rivers to hold his own at home. He is one of the better fantasy football streamers at the position.

Derek Carr, OAK (vs. KC)

Derek Carr’s best fantasy performance of the season came in Week 5 when he threw for 347 yards, three touchdowns and one interception. That was against the Chiefs. He gets to play the Chiefs again this week. Like Rivers, Carr has the Raiders rolling; they are quietly sitting at 6-3. Carr hasn’t gotten it done for fantasy purposes the last couple weeks, mostly because there hasn’t been a need to throw the ball. You can bet that need will come this week against the Chiefs. This game is currently tied with the Cardinals vs. Seahawks for the highest over/under of the week, at a beautiful 57.5. I love to see that for fantasy purposes, and you want a streamer in a game that Vegas projects to be a shootout.

Check out our Week 11 Fantasy Football Rankings, including scoring settings for PPR and half PPR leagues! Rankings are updated throughout the week and can be useful for finding fantasy football streamers.

Kirk Cousins, MIN (vs. DAL)

Kirk Cousins has put together two solid weeks in a row, throwing five touchdowns and just one interception in that span. One of those games came most recently on Monday night on the road against the Bears. The Vikings are looking much better, after a poor start to the season, and just earned themselves three division wins over the last three weeks. I love what I’m seeing from the rookie Justin Jefferson. He already has four 100-yard games under his belt. Adam Thielen is tied for the lead league in receiving touchdowns. With those two players at his disposal, Cousins can put up solid fantasy numbers. He can especially put up those numbers at home against a poor Cowboys defense that is 29th in points allowed to the quarterback position, making Cousins a solid streamer.  

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