Week 11 fantasy football rankings and waiver adds
Keep reading for 5th Down’s initial Week 11 fantasy football rankings for all scoring formats, and a few pickup recommendations courtesy of 5th Down’s Aidan Gurvitch. Hope all is well where you are, and thanks so much for subscribing!
Week 11 waiver wire adds
Rachaad White, TB- RB (45%)
The waiting game is not very fun. Rachaad White has patiently waited behind Leonard Fournette in Tampa, and fantasy owners have anticipated his snap increase for weeks. That wait may have come to an end. Fournette went down with a knee injury this past week, and White was immediately put in a position to prove himself. Unfortunately, the Bucs are going into a bye this week, so we won’t be able to see what White can do, but if Fournette stays sidelined until Week 12, White is an instant starter.
Trey McBride, ARI- TE (0%)
Starting tight end Zach Ertz is done for the year with a knee injury, meaning rookie Trey McBride should be thrust into the TE1 role on the Cardinals. McBride was the consensus best tight end in the draft back in April, and Arizona selected him in the second round. It should come as no surprise that McBride will use his talent as an excellent fill-in for Ertz for the remainder of the season. In dynasty leagues, McBride could reach an extremely high point of value if he were to prove his effectiveness over the next few weeks and permanently take Arizona’s TE job.
Christian Watson, GB- WR (10%)
Anyone care to explain the Green Bay passing game? No one is able to get it right. The Packers offense had a bounce-back game against the Cowboys, largely on the back of Christian Watson. The highly praised rookie has been dealing with many injuries thus far into the season, but one cannot ignore his 8 targets, 107 yards, and 3 touchdowns. You have to hope that Green Bay has found some offensive stability through Watson, who now makes for an interesting acquisition.
Week 11 fantasy rankings
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