Weekend Waiver Wire Stashes (Week 10 Fantasy Football)

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How many times have you heard someone tell you to “broadcast” a post? Whether it’s a quarterback, tight end or defense, the idea of ​​streaming is great, as long as you get the players you want out of the waiver thread. The problem with week-to-week streaming is that everyone knows who you’re going to target in these good matches and you might have that player slipped out from under you, or worse yet, your opponent that week might hook a player just for the sake of it. make sure you don’t understand them.

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We’ve started this article so you don’t have to worry about it anymore. Every Saturday morning you will head to your waiver thread and hook up the players who are lined up for good games the following week. They may have a brutal game for this current week. Great, even better. It just means that they are more likely to be available to you. By catching them a week before, you avoid spending a lot of FOB dollars on the first level defense that everyone is chasing. Here are the players who have strong clashes for week 11, or who have breakout potential in week 10, and who are under 40%.

Quarterback

Teddy Bridgewater (RCA) vs DET at week 11
He’s been a usable streamer this year, posting top 15 numbers in 5 of 9 games, including the top 13 in four of his last six games. The Lions have been a team to attack with streamers as they allowed multiple quarterback touchdowns in all but one game. In that game, Matt Ryan threw again for 338 yards and a touchdown, so it wasn’t like he was a bust either.

Kirk Cousins ​​(MIN) vs DAL in week 11
You can say, “Ehh, the Vikings are just going to spin the ball over and over again, leaving minimal production for Cousins. They’re likely to run the ball a lot, but despite all the shadow cast on the Cowboys, they’ve only allowed two 100-yard pitchers against them this year. Don’t get me wrong, Dalvin Cook is always going to tear them down, but the Cowboys defense as a whole saw five teams score over 30 points against them, which allowed 7 of 9 quarterbacks to throw at least. two affected.

Option alternative décente: Alex Smith (WAS) vs CIN

Running Backs

Rex Burkhead / Sony Michel (NE) at HOU at week 11
We don’t know what’s going on with Damien Harris as he took a big blow to the chest in Week 9 and was knocked out of the game. He returned to training this week but reportedly suffered an ankle injury as well. The safe pickup here would be Burkhead, who has totaled at least six races in 6 of 8 games and also competed with more than three receptions in four games. Against the Texans, a team that allows 30.8 touches and 182.1 total yards per game to running backs, he should have a decent streaming floor. Michel would be a rock solid game if Harris is injured more than you think.

Malcolm Brown (LAR) to TB at week 11
He’s done 156 routes this season while Darrell Henderson has run 73. When you watch the game against the Bucs, they allowed absolutely nothing on the ground (no running back has exceeded 59 rushing yards). ), so the Rams will be forced to move the ball through the air. The Bucs allowed the fifth most fantastic points in the air at running backs, that’s the role we’ve seen Brown play. It’s not an exciting game, but there aren’t a lot of options on the waiver thread for the running back who is under 40%.

With the weeks off being almost over, these running backs MUST be registered (but are available in over 60% of leagues): Alexander Mattison (MIN), Boston Scott (PHI), Benny Snell (PIT)

Wide receivers

Sammy Watkins (KC) to LV at week 11
Many have simply forgotten about Watkins, who will be back in the lineup when the Chiefs come out of their week off. In the three full games Watkins played, he totaled 9, 8 and 7 targets. He was actually injured early in the last game against the Raiders, although he caught both of his targets for 24 yards and a touchdown before leaving.

Jakobi Meyers (NE) at HOU at week 11
It’s extremely surprising to see him listed in just 38% of the leagues, but we’ll attribute that to doubt that he continues his success as Cam Newton struggles as a passer. Despite that, Meyers has managed to put together a whole series of performances over the past three weeks, racking up 22 receptions for 287 yards on 22 targets. Although he hasn’t scored a touchdown, he’s ranked as the No.9 wide receiver in half-PPR formats during that time. The Texans have allowed wide receivers the fourth most fantasy points per target.

Larry Fitzgerald (ARI) at SEA at week 11
Start wide receivers against the Seahawks. That should be the mantra of this article. In eight games, they’ve already allowed 19 wide receivers to finish in the top 36 against them, including Fitzgerald, who accumulated 8/62/0 on eight targets in Week 7. There are only six receivers. Broads Who Didn’t Didn’t post double-digit PPR points against the Seahawks. Fitzgerald does not offer a high ceiling, but his floor must remain intact.

Viable alternative option for raised floor: Russell Gage (ATL) at NO at week 11

Should be on more lineup now: Jalen Reagor (PHI), Mecole Hardman (KC)

Tight ends

Logan Thomas (WAS) vs CIN at week 11
It’s next week’s best streamer, so make sure you catch it before someone else does. Opponents of the Bengals have targeted their tight side on 25.1% of passes, which ranks third in football. This has been a major factor in allowing 17.6 PPR points per game on the tight ends, which ranks second in football. Before Jonnu Smith hit the roads and saw the targets (caught 2 of 2 targets for 29 yards), the Bengals had given Hunter Bryant, Trey Burton and Mark Andrews three consecutive top-three performances.

Dalton Schultz (DAL) at MIN in week 11
If there’s someone’s production who hasn’t been too affected by the quarterback changes in Dallas, it’s Schultz, who has seen 15 targets in the past two weeks and carried 10. for 101 yards. He’s now heading into a game against the Vikings, who allow a record 10.54 yards per target on tight ends. They’ve allowed at least 46 yards and / or one touchdown on seven different tight ends this season.

MST

Chargers Los Angeles vs NYJ at week 11
Whenever you can start a defense against the Jets, you usually want to do so. The Chargers’ defense suffered a lot of injuries / changes, but still managed to hit a 36.0% average pressure rating, which ranks eighth in the NFL. They haven’t converted many sacks, but against the Jets, who have allowed their quarterbacks to be sacked 26 times and pressured 41.5% of the time, there should be more than a few sacks. That doesn’t even include the lack of scoring (14.4 points per game) and turnovers (1.3 per game) you get.

Washington football team vs CIN at week 11
In case you didn’t know, the football team is building up the pressure and sacking opposing quarterbacks on 10.5% of their setbacks, which ranks second behind the Steelers. Although Joe Burrow was a good quarterback in his first year, sacks were very common as he was knocked out 28 times in eight games. Washington is on a roll recently, sacking the opposing quarterback 11 times in its last two games. On top of that, they only allowed their opponents 23.5 points per game, which ranks 11th in the NFL.

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