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Josh Larky's Week 11 Fantasy Football Rankings

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Below you’ll find my Week 11 fantasy rankings for PPR/Half-PPR leagues. Included are my top-28 QB Rankings, top-48 RB Rankings, top-57 WR Rankings, and top-21 TE Rankings.

For each player, you can view their ranking, matchup, and implied team total, according to Vegas. For example, the Kansas City Chiefs and Los Angeles Chargers have a Vegas game total of 50.5, with the Chiefs favored by 6.5 points (28.5 points implied for the Chiefs, 22 points implied for the Chargers). Seeing the implied point totals can help you understand which games are projected to be the highest scoring.

xPPR (expected PPR points) is a new stat added in Week 4. Think of this as each player’s average expected fantasy points per game based on their underlying usage.

Teams coming off a Week 10 bye: BengalsRavensPatriotsJets

Teams on Week 11 bye: Jaguars, Dolphins, Seahawks, Buccaneers

Top 28 Quarterbacks

Rank Name Pos Team Opp Team Total xPPR
1 Josh Allen QB BUF CLE 25.75 23.6
2 Jalen Hurts QB PHI IND 25.75 22.6
3 Justin Fields QB CHI ATL 23.5 19.8
4 Patrick Mahomes QB KC LAC 28.75 22.2
5 Justin Herbert QB LAC KC 23.25 17.3
6 Lamar Jackson QB BAL CAR 27.75 20.8
7 Dak Prescott QB DAL MIN 24.25 15.6
8 Joe Burrow QB CIN PIT 23 19.2
9 Kyler Murray QB ARI SF 17.75 19.4
10 Kirk Cousins QB MIN DAL 23.25 18
11 Daniel Jones QB NYG DET 24.75 16.2
12 Russell Wilson QB DEN LV 22 16.3
13 Aaron Rodgers QB GB TEN 22.25 14.4
14 Marcus Mariota QB ATL CHI 26.5 15.9
15 Jimmy Garoppolo QB SF ARI 25.75 14.8
16 Taylor Heinicke QB WAS HOU 22 16.6
17 Jared Goff QB DET NYG 21.75 14.9
18 Derek Carr QB LV DEN 19.5 14.9
19 Jacoby Brissett QB CLE BUF 17.75 16
20 Matt Ryan QB IND PHI 19.25 15.6
21 Ryan Tannehill QB TEN GB 18.75 13.7
22 Kenny Pickett QB PIT CIN 18 13.2
23 Matthew Stafford QB LA NO 17.25 14.4
24 Andy Dalton QB NO LA 21.25 15
25 Zach Wilson QB NYJ NE 17.75 13.3
26 Davis Mills QB HOU WAS 18.5 13.1
27 Mac Jones QB NE NYJ 20.75 12.6
28 Baker Mayfield QB CAR BAL 15.75 12.4
  • Josh Allen threw for 330 passing yards (7.7 yards per attempt) and totaled 84 rushing yards in Week 10. His 23.6 fantasy points demonstrate his ridiculous floor in a game where he only scored one TD and threw two picks. His velocity looked down slightly, but nothing concerning, and he's back in the QB1 overall slot for his game against CLE this week. This game will take place at Ford Field (dome stadium where the Detroit Lions play), so the potential for a shootout game environment is high.
  • Justin Fields now has back-to-back games with at least 147 rushing yards and 40 fantasy points. All but two QBs have reached 19 fantasy points against the Falcons, and they have arguably the worst secondary in the NFL. Fields should be efficient through the air (he has five passing TDs in his past two games), and he’s run at least 12 times in four of his past five games.
  • Patrick Mahomes has thrown at least two TDs in his past four games against the Chargers, topping 300 yards in two of those contests.
  • Malik Willis is the only QB to not throw multiple TDs against the Chiefs this season. Justin Herbert gets Keenan Allen and Mike Williams back for this matchup, and is as strong a bet as any for 300 yards and two or three TDs.
  • Dak Prescott was the first QB to top 20 fantasy points against GB on Sunday, and now faces MIN in Week 11. The Vikings have allowed four QBs to hit 325 passing yards this season, and Vegas has this game’s spread within one point. Expect a back-and-forth matchup with true shootout potential.
  • Kyler Murray was a limited practice participant on both Thursday and Friday this week, putting him on track to return against SF on Monday Night.
  • Five QBs have reached 24 fantasy points against the Detroit Lions, and four QBs have reached 40 rushing yards against them. Daniel Jones is in play for both, as he finds himself in one of the higher Vegas game totals on the slate.
  • Six QBs have thrown for at least 286 yards against the Tennessee Titans, the most extreme pass funnel defense in the NFL. The run-heavy Packers will have their work cut out on the ground, as the Titans allow under 67 rushing yards per game to opposing backs at just 3.9 yards per carry, via our flagship tool, The Edge. Aaron Rodgers is tee’d up for a huge day through the air on Thursday night, and makes a great streaming candidate for Week 11.

Top 48 Running Backs

Rank Name Pos Team Opp Team Total xPPR
1 Saquon Barkley RB NYG DET 24.75 19.9
2 Austin Ekeler RB LAC KC 23.25 20.9
3 Derrick Henry RB TEN GB 18.75 17.8
4 Christian McCaffrey RB SF ARI 25.75 18.8
5 Jonathan Taylor RB IND PHI 19.25 15.8
6 Alvin Kamara RB NO LA 21.25 16.4
7 Dalvin Cook RB MIN DAL 23.25 15.6
8 Joe Mixon RB CIN PIT 23.00 20.4
9 Rhamondre Stevenson RB NE NYJ 20.75 16.5
10 Josh Jacobs RB LV DEN 19.50 18
11 Nick Chubb RB CLE BUF 17.75 15.3
12 Dameon Pierce RB HOU WAS 18.50 14.5
13 James Conner RB ARI SF 17.75 13.5
14 Aaron Jones RB GB TEN 22.25 13.4
15 David Montgomery RB CHI ATL 23.50 10.1
16 Kenyan Drake RB BAL CAR 27.75 8.9
17 Jamaal Williams RB DET NYG 21.75 13.3
18 Isiah Pacheco RB KC LAC 28.75 4.5
19 Brian Robinson RB WAS HOU 22.00 10.9
20 Cordarrelle Patterson RB ATL CHI 26.50 11.2
21 Antonio Gibson RB WAS HOU 22.00 12.7
22 Devin Singletary RB BUF CLE 25.75 12.2
23 D'Onta Foreman RB CAR BAL 15.75 6.7
24 Ezekiel Elliott RB DAL MIN 24.25 10
25 Tony Pollard RB DAL MIN 24.25 10.5
26 Miles Sanders RB PHI IND 25.75 12.3
27 D'Andre Swift RB DET NYG 21.75 10.5
28 Jerick McKinnon RB KC LAC 28.75 8
29 Michael Carter RB NYJ NE 17.75 11
30 Najee Harris RB PIT CIN 18.00 12.9
31 Melvin Gordon RB DEN LV 22.00 9.9
32 Elijah Mitchell RB SF ARI 25.75 9.8
33 Kareem Hunt RB CLE BUF 17.75 9.5
34 Latavius Murray RB DEN LV 22.00 9.1
35 Jaylen Warren RB PIT CIN 18.00 4.5
36 Damien Harris RB NE NYJ 20.75 9.3
37 James Robinson RB NYJ NE 17.75 10.2
38 AJ Dillon RB GB TEN 22.25 9.5
39 Chuba Hubbard RB CAR BAL 15.75 2.1
40 Darrell Henderson RB LA NO 17.25 7.9
41 Tyler Allgeier RB ATL CHI 26.50 8.4
42 Kyren Williams RB LA NO 17.25 4.6
43 Trestan Ebner RB CHI ATL 23.50 2.2
44 Keaontay Ingram RB ARI SF 17.75 3.6
45 Alexander Mattison RB MIN DAL 23.25 5
46 Eno Benjamin RB HOU WAS 18.50 9.1
47 Kenneth Gainwell RB PHI IND 25.75 4.5
48 James Cook RB BUF CLE 25.75 4.2
  • The Chiefs allow the most receiving yards per game to opposing backs. Austin Ekeler is in for a massive day with the Chargers' receiving core still heavily banged up.
  • Christian McCaffrey was out-touched and out-gained by Elijah Mitchell in Week 10 against the Chargers. CMC still had over 17 fantasy points thanks to his receiving work, but ceding 18 total carries (seven red zone carries, two of those at the goal line) to Mitchell was concerning. Even with down usage, CMC still got there in fantasy, but the ceiling is lowered if he’ll be sharing almost 50% of the work with Mitchell any given week. McCaffrey falls out of the top-3 in my rankings after being my RB1 heading into Week 10.
  • Jonathan Taylor looked like his usual self alongside Matt Ryan in Week 10, rushing 22 times for 147 yards and a TD. He also brought in both his targets for 16 yards, with one of those targets coming in the red zone. He faces an Eagles team allowing the 11th highest yards per carry (4.6).
  • Josh Jacobs has an elite fantasy role, with 21 carries and eight targets in Week 10. He faces a Denver defense that's struggled on the ground, allowing 4.8 yards per carry to running backs, via The Edge. The concern lies in Denver's overall defense and consistently low-scoring games.
  • Dameon Pierce faces a Washington defense that has allowed just one running back to eclipse 76 rushing yards in a game. He's ranked a little lower than most weeks, though he does have at least 4.6 fantasy points from receiving in three of his past four games.
  • The Cardinals released Eno Benjamin, and James Conner was a super bell cow in Week 10, taking 62 snaps, handling 21 of 22 RB carries, and running 21 of 24 RB routes. San Francisco is a tough matchup, but the role Conner had in Week 10 is too good to consider fading.
  • Khalil Herbert is now on IR, and rookie third string back Trestan Ebner is unlikely to take as much work from David Montgomery as Herbert did. I'd expect at least 15 carries and three to five targets from Montgomery against a Falcons run defense that's largely middle of the pack.
  • Gus Edwards has been ruled OUT. Kenyan Drake is a strong start against CAR, as he has at least 16 fantasy points in three of his past four games.
  • Jamaal Williams has 40 carries over his past two weeks, while D'Andre Swift has 16 total rushing yards during that span. Swift has gotten some rushing/receiving work near the end zone, but until the volume increases/Swift gets healthier, Jamaal is by far the preferred start.
  • Isiah Pacheco handled 16 of the 18 RB carries for the Chiefs in Week 10, and now faces a Chargers defense allowing a league-high 5.7 yards per carry, via The Edge. This is the perfect matchup coming at an optimal time, with Clyde Edwards-Helaire having been completely phased out of the offense last week. Jerick McKinnon is also a strong start, assuming this is a two back committee now, as he brought in six of eight targets for 56 yards last week. With so many potential WR injuries this week in KC, McKinnon should provide a nice PPR floor at minimum.
  • With JD McKissic on IR (neck), both Brian Robinson and Antonio Gibson are strong starts against the Texans. 11 RBs have hit double digit fantasy points against the Texans, and six have reached 23 fantasy points. There is room here for both Robinson and Gibson to hit 15 fantasy points while splitting work. In Week 10, Robinson had 26 carries, while Gibson had 14 carries and three receptions. Game script should once again be in Washington’s favor against Houston this upcoming week.
  • Cordarrelle Patterson had 13 carries (four red zone, three at the goal line) in his Week 9 return from injury, before totaling five carries between the 20s in Week 10. I'm going to assume Week 10 was a blip on the radar, as Patterson has a tasty matchup against Football Outsiders' 26th ranked run defense by DVOA.
  • D’Onta Foreman was a total workhorse in Week 10, despite Chuba Hubbard returning to game action. I'd anticipate Chuba eats into slightly more work in Week 11, in what should be a negative game script against BAL, with Blackshear likely to be phased out almost entirely. Their Week 10 stats are shown below.
Player Snaps Carries (RZ) Routes Targets Total Yards PPR
D'Onta Foreman 43 31 (4) 10 1 130 19
Chuba Hubbard 12 5 5 0 14 1.4
Raheem Blackshear 8 6 1 0 32 3.2
  • Miles Sanders has his second difficult matchup in a row, as he faced Washington last week, and now gets the Colts' front in Week 11. Because Sanders is minimally used in the receiving game, he's going to be more matchup and TD-dependent than most starting RBs. I struggle to see how Sanders hits double digit fantasy points without finding the end zone this week. Fortunately for him, the Eagles score a lot of points every week, which is keeping him on the fringe of RB2 territory.

Top 57 Wide Receivers

Rank Name Pos Team Opp Team Total xPPR
1 Stefon Diggs WR BUF CLE 25.75 20.3
2 Davante Adams WR LV DEN 19.50 18.5
3 Justin Jefferson WR MIN DAL 23.25 20.1
4 CeeDee Lamb WR DAL MIN 24.25 16.2
5 DeAndre Hopkins WR ARI SF 17.75 17.2
6 Amon-Ra St. Brown WR DET NYG 21.75 14.2
7 Tee Higgins WR CIN PIT 23.00 10.6
8 A.J. Brown WR PHI IND 25.75 14.1
9 Courtland Sutton WR DEN LV 22.00 13.4
10 Chris Olave WR NO LA 21.25 13.9
11 Terry McLaurin WR WAS HOU 22.00 12.4
12 Keenan Allen WR LAC KC 23.25 5.2
13 Gabe Davis WR BUF CLE 25.75 11.1
14 Brandon Aiyuk WR SF ARI 25.75 11.3
15 Kadarius Toney WR KC LAC 28.75 5.6
16 Amari Cooper WR CLE BUF 17.75 13.5
17 Mike Williams WR LAC KC 23.25 15
18 Michael Pittman WR IND PHI 19.25 13.4
19 Rondale Moore WR ARI SF 17.75 12.1
20 Deebo Samuel WR SF ARI 25.75 13.5
21 DeVonta Smith WR PHI IND 25.75 9.9
22 Darnell Mooney WR CHI ATL 23.50 9.9
23 Allen Lazard WR GB TEN 22.25 11.8
24 Adam Thielen WR MIN DAL 23.25 12.4
25 D.J. Moore WR CAR BAL 15.75 13
26 Diontae Johnson WR PIT CIN 18.00 14.3
27 Garrett Wilson WR NYJ NE 17.75 12.2
28 Jakobi Meyers WR NE NYJ 20.75 11.2
29 Christian Watson WR GB TEN 22.25 6.2
30 Tyler Boyd WR CIN PIT 23.00 8.8
31 Parris Campbell WR IND PHI 19.25 7.8
32 Darius Slayton WR NYG DET 24.75 6.4
33 Allen Robinson WR LA NO 17.25 9.7
34 Brandin Cooks WR HOU WAS 18.50 12.1
35 Curtis Samuel WR WAS HOU 22.00 11.8
36 George Pickens WR PIT CIN 18.00 9.5
37 Devin Duvernay WR BAL CAR 27.75 8.1
38 Mack Hollins WR LV DEN 19.50 10.4
39 Donovan Peoples-Jones WR CLE BUF 17.75 10.9
40 Michael Gallup WR DAL MIN 24.25 8.7
41 Wan'Dale Robinson WR NYG DET 24.75 5.2
42 Nico Collins WR HOU WAS 18.50 9.8
43 Marquez Valdes-Scantling WR KC LAC 28.75 8.5
44 DJ Chark WR DET NYG 21.75 -
45 Jarvis Landry WR NO LA 21.25 8.6
46 Chase Claypool WR CHI ATL 23.50 9.9
47 Terrace Marshall WR CAR BAL 15.75 6.4
48 Isaiah McKenzie WR BUF CLE 25.75 7.9
49 DeAndre Carter WR LAC KC 23.25 7.5
50 Drake London WR ATL CHI 26.50 9.9
51 Alec Pierce WR IND PHI 19.25 7.6
52 Robert Woods WR TEN GB 18.75 7.5
53 Treylon Burks WR TEN GB 18.75 7.6
54 Josh Palmer WR LAC KC 23.25 11.1
55 Jahan Dotson WR WAS HOU 22.00 9.6
56 K.J. Osborn WR MIN DAL 23.25 7.7
57 Van Jefferson WR LA NO 17.25 5.7
  • After target shares of at least 24% in every game this season, CeeDee Lamb finally had the monster game, with 15 targets, catching 11 for 150 yards and 2 scores against a tough GB secondary. He faces a much easier matchup this week in Minnesota, and this Dallas offense is starting to find its stride with Dak fully healthy again.
  • DeAndre Hopkins didn't practice Thursday, before turning in a limited showing on Friday. From what I've read, this was less about his hamstring and more about regular maintenance. He should play Monday night.
  • Amon-Ra St. Brown hadn't hit 20 fantasy points since Week 2, yet he had targets shares of at least 24% in every healthy game he had played in. The eruption spot happened in Week 10, as Amon-Ra brought in ten of 11 targets for 119 yards. He faces a middling Giants secondary this week, in what is a surprisingly high Vegas game total.
  • With Jerry Jeudy injuring his ankle on the first play in Week 10, Courtland Sutton had 11 targets (a 28% target share), and brought in six for 66 yards. He had 120 air yards and an end zone target in this game, as well. He faces a Raiders secondary that Football Outsiders has graded as the NFL’s worst through 10 weeks. He’s positioned to smash in Week 11.
  • Taylor Heinicke continues to feed Terry McLaurin, who has now out-targeted Curtis Samuel in all three Heinicke starts. McLaurin is averaging 99 receiving yards per game with Heinicke, after just 63 yards per game with Carson Wentz.
  • Keenan Allen and Mike Williams were full practice participants on Friday. Both should combine for nearly 50% of Justin Herbert's targets and likely close to 60% of the team's receiving yardage. I'd imagine Herbert crests 300 passing yards against a beatable KC pass defense now that he has his full complement of weapons for what will be the first time all season (remember, Keenan Allen was hurt early in Week 1). Four QBs have topped 300 yards against the Chiefs, and Malik Willis is the only QB to not throw for at least two TDs against the Chiefs.
  • Gabe Davis had a season-high nine targets (22% share), and now has reached a 22% target share in two of his past three games. He has at least 121 air yards in back-to-back contests, and Josh Allen made it through Week 10 relatively healthy. Cleveland is one of the NFL's weakest defenses overall, and Davis has one of the best chances among WRs to crest 20 fantasy points this week.
  • Since Week 6, Brandon Aiyuk is averaging 8.8 targets, 83 receiving yards, and 19.5 PPR points per game. He's not only out-targeting Deebo Samuel, but his targets are further down the field, as well. Aiyuk has at least 58 yards in every games since Week 5, while Deebo has topped 42 yards just once since then. Until Deebo's target depth or target volume increases, I'll be ranking Aiyuk over Deebo each week.
  • Mecole Hardman is now on IR, and Juju Smith-Schuster will miss Week 11 due to a concussion. Kadarius Toney only ran a route on 43% of Patrick Mahomes’ dropbacks in Week 10, but still brought in four of five targets for 57 yards and a score, while also rushing two times for 33 yards. He’s a high-end WR2 this week with both Juju and Hardman ruled OUT. I’d expect route participation closer to the 75% range against the Chargers, with a high floor and ceiling in this offense.
  • Rondale Moore has at least eight targets in five of his past six games, and now Zach Ertz is out for the remainder of the season. Moore had his first high volume game with an average target depth above five in Week 10 (8.5 aDOT), and his 94 receiving yards were a season high. He now has 15+ fantasy points in three straight despite only one TD during that stretch.
  • Darnell Mooney has at least 43 receiving yards in each of his past seven games, and now faces an Atlanta secondary allowing the most passing yards per game. With Khalil Herbert on IR, Chicago may shift to a slightly pass-heavier approach, which would raise Mooney's ceiling and floor, as he has a 22% or higher target share in every game since Week 3.
  • Garrett Wilson had back-to-back games with at least 17 fantasy points prior to the Jets' Week 10 bye, and put up at least 92 receiving yards in each contest. Elijah Moore' place on the depth chart is uncertain, and the Jets running game has been significantly worse without Breece Hall. The Jets will need to funnel their offense through Wilson if they want to beat the Patriots on Sunday.
  • Josh Palmer now has three straight games with at least a 22% target share. Assuming Keenan Allen and Mike Williams cannot suit up against KC, Palmer should flirt with double digit targets once again.
  • Week 10 was the Christian Watson breakout game, as he had eight targets (42% share), catching four for 107 yards and three TDs. Watson will probably be hard to trust each week moving forward, but this offense is starved for pass-catching playmakers. The Packers play the Titans on Thursday night, and their secondary has struggled all season. Even if you’re not a believer in Watson for the rest of the season, he’s in a great spot for Week 11 and should be started in all formats.
  • Parris Campbell now has at least nine targets and 18 fantasy points in each of Matt Ryan’s past three starts. I’m still skeptical given his shaky track record, but I cannot deny the tear he's been on, even though this week's matchup against the Eagles is a difficult one.
  • Darius Slayton has at least a 19% target share in four of his past five games, reaching 58 yards in four of five, and 11+ fantasy points in four of five, as well. He gets a Detroit defense hell bent on allowing chunk plays to opposing offenses.
  • It’s officially time to panic on Brandin Cooks. Since Week 4, Nico Collins averages 57 yards per game (to Cooks’ 47), and 11 PPR points to Cooks’ 10.6. Cooks joins Collins as little more than a flex option moving forward, as they’re both seeing six targets per game in one of the NFL’s worst passing offenses.
  • Donovan Peoples-Jones now has at least 50 receiving yards and nine fantasy points in each of his past six games. He’s had at least a 20% targets share in five of his past six games, too. Cleveland will need to put up points to keep it competitive with Buffalo this week, and Peoples-Jones should once again be heavily involved.
  • Michael Gallup has yet to reach 50 receiving yards or 11 fantasy points through six games.
  • Treylon Burks, in his first game back from IR, had six targets (17% share, one in the red zone), catching three for 24 yards. He shouldn't be started on most rosters in Week 11, but is a great bench stash, as a rookie with athleticism, draft capital, and a carved out WR depth chart surrounding him.

Top 21 Tight Ends

Rank Name Pos Team Opp Team Total xPPR
1 Travis Kelce TE KC LAC 28.75 15.9
2 Mark Andrews TE BAL CAR 27.75 14.4
3 T.J. Hockenson TE MIN DAL 23.25 11.4
4 Dalton Schultz TE DAL MIN 24.25 8.7
5 George Kittle TE SF ARI 25.75 9.8
6 Tyler Higbee TE LA NO 17.25 9.2
7 Greg Dulcich TE DEN LV 22.00 9.3
8 David Njoku TE CLE BUF 17.75 10.1
9 Kyle Pitts TE ATL CHI 26.50 10.8
10 Cole Kmet TE CHI ATL 23.50 6.7
11 Pat Freiermuth TE PIT CIN 18.00 11.3
12 Trey McBride TE ARI SF 17.75 0.8
13 Foster Moreau TE LV DEN 19.50 7.1
14 Hayden Hurst TE CIN PIT 23.00 8
15 Robert Tonyan TE GB TEN 22.25 7.2
16 Dawson Knox TE BUF CLE 25.75 7.3
17 Juwan Johnson TE NO LA 21.25 7.6
18 Tyler Conklin TE NYJ NE 17.75 8.3
19 Tanner Hudson TE NYG DET 24.75 2.4
20 Taysom Hill TE NO LA 21.25 6.1
21 Hunter Henry TE NE NYJ 20.75 5.4
  • Mark Andrews should return in Week 11, as he was a full practice participant on Friday.
  • TJ Hockenson has at least nine targets and 11.5 PPR points in both games as a Viking. He has four red zone targets (one end zone) during this stretch and is arguably the third-best fantasy TE rest of the season behind Travis Kelce and Mark Andrews.
  • Dalton Schultz had at least a 20% target share in Weeks 7 and 8, despite playing only 60% of the snaps. In Week 10, his route participation jumped to 76%, and he brought in six of eight targets for 54 yards and a score. Week 11's game against Minnesota should be high-scoring, and the Vikings have struggled against the pass this season. Schultz is a very strong start, as he's finally healthy again at the same time the Cowboys offense is firing on all cylinders.
  • With Cooper Kupp heading to IR with a high ankle sprain, this sets up Tyler Higbee for a volume increase, as he’s been Matthew Stafford’s security blanket in the receiving game. Higbee is third among TEs in targets per game, and his average target depth is just three yards this season, via The Edge. His 20% season-long target share should increase to the mid-20s without Kupp on the field.
  • Greg Dulcich finally had a bad fantasy performance in Week 11, catching one of four targets for 11 yards. However, Jerry Jeudy is unlikely to suit up in Week 11 (ankle), and the Raiders have the NFL's worst secondary according to Football Outsiders' DVOA. Dulcich has the second highest average depth of target among TEs (only behind Kyle Pitts), and has a great chance to break a couple big plays against Las Vegas. All target depth data can be found using our flagship tool, The Edge.
  • David Njoku has at least six targets in his past five games, and 14.7 fantasy points per game during that stretch. He should return to game action against Buffalo in the Detroit Lions' dome (relocated game due to snow) in Week 11, after back-to-back limited practice showings.
  • Prior to getting injured early in Week 10, Gerald Everett had at least six targets in six of eight games, and at least eight fantasy points in all but two contests, as well. Keenan Allen and Mike Williams returning will lower Everett's target share, but should boost his TD viability. Everett has nine red zone (three end zone) targets on the season, and is a decent bet to score against what should be an excellent Sunday Night Football matchup against KC.
  • Cole Kmet has back-to-back games with at least a 22% target share, 2 TDs, and 22 fantasy points. He faces a Falcons defense allowing the most passing yards per game to opposing offenses.
  • Pat Freiermuth has at least seven targets in four of his past five games, and led the team with a 27% target share in Week 10, the first Steelers game without Chase Claypool in the fold. Five TEs have at least 40 receiving yards against the Bengals, and Freiermuth should make it six in Week 11.
  • Trey McBride is a must-add in fantasy, and a decent start in Week 11. The speedy rookie (4.61 40-time, 89th percentile according to PlayerProfiler) has second round draft capital and put up over 1,000 receiving yards as a college senior in 2021. He may not have the polish of Zach Ertz, but he’s definitely more explosive, and has a chance to match, if not exceed, Ertz’ fantasy production in the coming weeks.

These Week 11 fantasy rankings will be updated throughout the week. Make sure to check this post each day throughout the week as the news hits.

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