If you have a little uncertainty at the tight end 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 tight end that may be available for a pickup.
Week 11 Fantasy Football Streamers at TE
Taysom Hill, NO (vs. ATL)
Lets get crazy! Taysom Hill is not the starting tight end for the New Orleans Saints, but he will touch the ball the most out of all the tight ends in the league. For leagues where Hill is eligible at tight end, it could be a very good opportunity to start him there. Hill should figure to take some snaps at quarterback in the red zone. He should also see some time coming out of the backfield. Although it is unlikely, Hill has an opportunity to score a touchdown in three different ways — passing, rushing and receiving. Taysom Hill fantasy owners should have some fun this weekend and start him as your streamer tight end. It could make you look like a genius.
Kyle Rudolph, MIN (vs. DAL)
Many people thought that Kyle Rudolph was getting phased out of this offense for Irv Smith. This doesn’t seem to be the case anymore as Rudolph has had back to back games of 3+ receptions and 40+ yards. With the matchup against Dallas this week, Kirk Cousins should look Rudolph’s way a couple times. Minnesota should win this game and should do it by running the ball and using some play action passes. Look for Rudolph to find the end zone on Sunday and cash in on a strong fantasy day.
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.
Gerald Everett, LAR (vs. TB)
This should be a fun game to watch on Monday night. The Rams always seem to play their best football when everyone in the world is watching them. With the injury to left tackle Andrew Whitworth, Jared Goff will probably under pressure the whole game. This opens the door for Everett to thrive as a safety blanket for Goff. Everett should soak up some of Robert Woods’ targets on Monday, which may led to a solid day.