Fantasy Football Week 11: Waiver Wire

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Wide Receiver

Danny Amendola, NE (33%) – With Pats top WR Julian Edelman breaking his foot, the door is wide open for Amendola to step in as Brady’s short range receiver. He’s definitely worth a spot on your roster.

Kamar Aiken, BAL (44%) – He’s been borderline usable all year with solid if unspectacular stats most of the season, but with the loss of Steve Smith Sr Aiken is now the de facto WR1 in Baltimore and his stats should see at least a slight uptick.

Marvin Jones, CIN (44%) – His production has been inconsistent with all the weapons that the Bengals have, but Jones had 9 targets last weekend and is averaging 8 targets per game over the last five. There are going to be some mediocre fantasy lines down the stretch, but Jones has the talent and targets to put up a big fantasy line any week. He’s a solid Flex starter in PPR leagues and a good reserve in most formats.

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Wes Welker, STL (22%) – New to the Rams but they have very little talent at WR and seemed to make an effort to get Welker the ball whenever possible. That should continue as he gets acclimated to the offense and he could have signficiant value in PPR leagues.

Dwayne Harris, NYG (19%) – Starting to become more involved in the Giants offense the last few weeks and may have surpassed Reuben Randle as the Giants #2 WR. He’s explosive with the ball in his hands and could have some big games down the stretch.

Jameson Crowder, WAS (10%) – Mainly a PPR play, but gets 5-6 catches every week and has become a safety-valve for Kirk Cousins. Crowder won’t win you many leagues, but he should be good for 10-15 fantasy points every week in PPR leagues.

Malcolm Floyd, SD (37%) – His health is a big question mark, but the Bolts are so beat up at WR that if he’s healthy Floyd is worth stashing on your roster. His stats won’t be reliable enough to use weekly, but he is Rivers best deep threat and may have a few big games in the 2nd half.

Dorial Green-Beckham, TEN (24%) – Was held catchless last week after a semi-breakout game the week before, but he’s by far the most talented receiver on the Titans roster and it is just a matter of time till they start utilizing DGH on a regular basis.

Doug Baldiwn, SEA (23%) – Sort of a boring option, but has been the Seahwaks only reliable receiving option this year and is coming off a 100+ yard receiving game. You could do worse for a bye week replacement but I wouldn’t use him in your lineup on a regular basis.

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