Fantasy Football Week 11: Waiver Wire

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Tight End

Zach Ertz, PHI (56%) – Averaging seven targets per game over his last five and is becoming a crucial part of the Eagles offense. He’s been more inconsistent than Eagle fans expected, but still has the upside to blow up at anytime and Ertz is a solid top 12 starter in fantasy.

Richard Rodgers, GB (52%) – The Packers haven’t been the same high powered offense they used to be, but it’s been good for Rodgers who is becoming more involved in the red zone. Rodgers has 10 catches and 3 TDs in the last two games. His yardage doesn’t do much for your fantasy squad, but his red zone value makes Rodgers a decent bye week replacement at TE.

Eric Ebron, DET (53%) – I had a feeling the Lions would go out of their way to get Ebron involved after the ownership change and they did just that with eight targets for Ebron this week. I feel like that will be a fairly regular occurrence and it’s worth stashing him on your roster.

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Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TB (32%) – He’s going to be healthy eventually! When he does, ASJ is going to be worth owning and could be a top 5 fantasy TE by the end of the season. Go get him.

Jacob Tamme, ATL (30%) – Is averaging 11 targets per game over the last two and with defenses focusing on Julio Jones, the middle of the field should be wide open for Tamme in the 2nd half.