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NFL Fantasy Week 11 Waiver Wire Adds

The NFL Fantasy week was interesting as some player performances came out of no where. Some of the previous waiver wire suggestions finally paid off for you if you hung on to them long enough. Time to cash in as the bye weeks will continue. Here are some of our NFL Fantasy wavier wire pick ups for Week 11.

Cam Newton, QB, Carolina Panthers (36% Rostered in Yahoo Fantasy)

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Cam is back! He didn’t play a lot of snaps in his return to the Panthers, but it was nice to see a package drawn up for him. He was critical at the goal

line (2 TDs) and is the best option at QB for a Panthers team making a playoff push. I’m guessing Cam starts next week against the Washington Football Team. Washington has struggled against opposing fantasy QBs and also lost DE Chase Young for the season. I love Newton to have strong fantasy value down the stretch for your playoff run. Grab him now before it’s too late.

Mac Jones, QB, New England Patriots (40% Rostered in Yahoo Fantasy)

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I haven’t talked about Mac Jones much this season because his fantasy stats aren’t eye popping. Jones has only put up 20-plus points twice this season, but had nice performance against the Browns (26 fantasy points). I love the matchup this week against the Atlanta Falcons. The Falcons are giving up the fifth-most fantasy points to QBs and then got owned by Dak Prescott. I’d roll the dice on Jones having a monster fantasy day this week, start ‘em if you got ‘em.

Rhamondre Stevenson, RB, New England Patriots (60% Rostered in Yahoo Fantasy)

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Damien Harris was out in Week 10 with an injury and Stevenson had a chance to to get starter’s touches. And man I wish I kept him just a week or two longer. He was top 3 among running backs with 27 fantasy points. Stevenson rushed for 100 yards and 2 touchdowns. The Patriots have a short week in Week 11 and Harris’ status is up in the air. If Harris can’t go, Stevenson is RB2 to flex play. Grab him if he’s available, don’t sleep on this one like I did.

D'Onta Foreman, RB, Tennessee Titans (49%) Rostered in Yahoo Fantasy)

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Common train of thought was that Jeremy McNichols or Adrian Peterson would split carries to make up for the loss of Derrick Henry. But D’Onta Foreman has seen most of the work in the two games since Henry's injury. Freeman tallied a team-high 11 carries in Week 10. This is a risk pick up as I’m betting on a running back by committee format in Tennessee. Freeman is a 12+ manager league pick up if your desperate for RB help.

Wayne Gallman, RB, Atlanta Falcons (13% Rostered in Yahoo Fantasy)

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Wayne Gallman wasn’t getting much work in the last few games, but then tallied 15 carries in Week 10 against Dallas. RB/WR Cordarrelle Patterson is dealing with an ankle injury and might not be ready for a Thursday night turnaround against the Patriots. RB Mike Davis should be the lead back, but Gallman is going to get touches. Plan on keeping him on your wish list, especially in deeper leagues.

Robby Anderson, WR, Carolina Panthers (43% Rostered in Yahoo Fantasy)

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Most owners of Robbie Anderson are likely cursing my name as I type this. Anderson has likely collected dust on your benches, or has been completely dropped. But Anderson has showed signs of life without Sam Darnold under center. He caught 4 passes for 37 yards and a touchdown. In Week 11, he'll face Washington and a struggling defense who gives up the second-most fantasy points to WRs. Hopefully the drops are in the past for Robbie and he can start to show some consistency.

Elijah Moore, WR, New York Jets (55% Rostered in Yahoo Fantasy)

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Elijah Moore is starting to emerge as a consistent WR threat for the Jets. Moore has scored at least 10 fantasy points in 4 straight games on at least 6 targets. He’s being targeted in game and making the most of those targets. This is the production the Jets were hoping to see consistently. QB Zach Wilson is closer to coming back from injury so let’s see if Moore can build chemistry with Wilson like he has with Matt White. He’s a solid pick up in 8-10 manager leagues and a flex play for deeper leagues.

Ray-Ray McCloud, WR, Pittsburgh Steelers (0.4% Rostered in Yahoo Fantasy)

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This is a deep league suggestion, let me be clear. I’m not sure what to make of McCloud’s performance on Sunday vs the Lions. Ben Roethlisberger was out and Rudolph targeted McCloud 12 times, which is almost more than his total season volume. But Chase Claypool is out with an injury (I was too late in one of my leagues to swap him out), the Steelers were looking for options at wide receiver. McCloud is an ok short-term solution, but don’t think he can help you in your playoff run.

Dan Arnold, TE, Jacksonville Jaguars (37% Rostered in Yahoo Fantasy)

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Since Dan Arnold has been traded to the Jaguars from the Panthers, he’s averaged almost 8 targets per game. Clearly QB Trevor Lawrence likes the TE safety valve that Arnold presents. Arnold has responded by scoring over 10 fantasy points per game in his last 4 games. While he hasn’t reached the end zone yet, the TE position is so hard to find a waiver player for. You need to add him in all leagues and formats if you can.

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