2013 Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Week 11

Jim O'Connor - USA Today Sports
Another day, another dollar, another fantasy football week, another waiver.  Keep rollin' on the waiver wire.
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Roddy White (WR, ATL) - if for some reason someone dropped White he is a nice stash as he is starting to come back.  Unfortunately, the Falcons don't quite look like themselves, but he is worth having on the bench.  He is really not startable next week going against Revis.

Percy Harvin (WR, SEA) - he is back next week.  Grab him!

Must Grab

Andre Brown (RB, NYG) - well, we have been writing about him for weeks now, so if you didn't grab him then this is your last chance to grab him.  He is a solid pick-up for the play-off run.  He is going to be an amazing pick-up.

Nick Foles (QB, PHI) - how many times have you seen him on this list?  He is a must grab even as your back-up QB.  He is just doing such a solid job in Chip Kelly's offense and I would doubt we see Vick again unless there is an injury to Foles.

Rashad Jennings (RB, OAK) - making the list again this week and should only be used if Darren McFadden is out again.  The injury to McFadden should keep him out again next week so Jennings is a solid spot starter.

Case Keenum (QB, HOU) - seen enough to know he makes a solid back-up QB on your fantasy team or a spot starter for injury.


Josh McCown (QB, CHI) - if Cutler is going to miss additional time then McCown is a plug and play QB as he is able to put up usable fantasy points.

Brian Leonard (RB, TB) - it's hard to tell how long Mike James may be out, but Leonard is a solid target in all formats with upside in PPR leagues.

Mark Ingram (RB, NO) - people are going to get excited when they see Ingram's stat line, but keep in mind that came in garbage time and he is still part of a huge RBBC.  You can stash him, but wait to start him for sure.

Jonathan Stewart (RB, CAR) - Stewart again leads the Panthers in carries and is someone that can be stashed.  In a true RBBC situation, so his upside is capped.

Riley Cooper (WR, PHI) - If Foles is at QB then Cooper can be a fill-in spot and has incredible upside weekly.

Jerricho Cotchery (WR, PIT) - I have been singing his praises weekly and is a legit end-zone target for Big Ben.  If you are in a TD league and need a WR to fill a hole then Cotchery is worth gambling on.

Brandon LaFell (WR, CAR) - he is getting a solid number of targets weekly and is a flyer every week and should only be considered in PPR leagues.

Ryan Fitzpatrick (QB, TEN) - Locker is done for the season and Fitzpatrick is now the starter for the remainder of the season.  Only consider Fitzpatrick in two QB leagues.

John Carlson (TE, MIN) - he is actually not a bad option and looked stout on Thursday.  If you are in dire need Carlson does have the upside.


Doug Baldwin (WR, SEA) - he is getting a solid amount of targets and if you are in a PPR league he should be considered for any injury spot starts or underperformers.  The issue with Baldwin is if Percy Harvin is back then Baldwin can't be started.

Andre Roberts (WR, ARZ) - if Floyd misses time then Roberts is a super deep sleeper for larger leagues only.  Tough call to want to start Roberts.

Delanie Walker (TE, TEN) - is putting up usable fantasy numbers, but he is a risky start any given Sunday, but worth watching.

Donald Brown (RB, IND) - only consider him if you are in a PPR league as that is where his value lies.  He is a tough RB to start and not someone to start unless you are in dire straights.

Scott Tolzein (QB, GB) - came in and put up fairly solid numbers, but he would be a huge gamble to start next week.

Kellen Clemens (QB, StL) - should only be considered in two QB leagues, but otherwise he is a risk to start any given week.