2014 Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Week 11

Lyndon Kirby - USA Today Sports
Coming into Week 11 there are a number of options on the waiver wire for QB, RB, WR, and TE.  Keep rotating new players onto your bench and removing players that are not performing.  In order to make play-offs every week counts.

Double check the waiver wire (just in case):

Josh Gordon (WR, CLE) - looking to come back Week 12

Adrian Peterson (RB, MIN) - if you have space he is stashable.

Kyle Rudolph (TE, MIN) - He is coming back in Week 11 most likely and is a solid stash at this point. He is so talented and should instantly see work in the Vikings offense upon his return.

Bishop Sankey (RB, TEN) - clearly the lead RB for the Titans. He is most likely not on your waiver wire but he is a nice spot-starter if you are in need.

Torrey Smith (WR, BAL) - for some of you in very shallow leagues Torrey is available and getting it done weekly. Don't expect him to be on hardly any waiver wires, but I do know many of you play in shallow leagues as well.

Tre Mason (RB, STL) - Mason is the lead back for the Rams and is a must grab if he is available.

Odell Beckham Jr. (WR, NYG) - this guy is helping me win weekly and I love starting him in PPR leagues.

Must Grab:

Martavis Bryant (WR, PIT) - he is seriously on my list every week, if you read this site and don't own him then please go grab him now.

C.J. Anderson (RB, DEN) - Anderson came in for Ronnie Hillman after his injury and had a phenomenal game from a fantasy perspective. Any RB that starts in Denver is worth owning, but it will require you keep your eye on the news. Anderson's upside justifies his "must grab" status. One thing to note is Ronnie Hillman was not put on the injury report after the game.

Jordan Matthews (WR, PHI) - looks like Sanchez has a target he prefers; he is a must grab!  Go get him.

Charles Sims (RB, TB) - he will get more and more work weekly, but still looks a bit rusty. He will develop weekly and will take over as the lead back in Tampa.

Mychal Rivera (TE, OAK) - he has so much upside and is startable weekly at the TE position. Expect him to average five catches and 0.5 TDs a week for the remainder of the season. He is a solid waiver wire target.


Terrance West and Isaiah Crowell (RB, CLE) - Cleveland is truly running a RBBC and all RB's are getting a shot to carry the ball.  Ben Tate has been staying in the game during the passing downs, but all are getting goal-line work. Only use one of these RB's if you are in dire need, but they all have upside.

Austin Seferian-Jenkins (TE, TB) - Josh McCown does like to throw to his TE so Austin presents a TE with solid upside weekly for both PPR and TD leagues.

Michael Vick (QB, NYJ) - if you are in need of a QB then Vick is your go to guy with a great game at Pittsburgh. He is injury prone and can be a bust as well so keep in mind he isn't the safest play.

Josh McCown (QB, TB) - he just looked ok on Sunday and his upside is there; he can be started and used in fantasy so don't hear me wrong here.  One of the safer QB's to start weekly.

Mark Sanchez (QB, PHI) - he will be starting the rest of the fantasy season so if you need a flier QB Sanchez has solid upside.

Drew Stanton (QB, ARZ) - it appears Carson Palmer will be done for the year so fire up Drew Stanton. He is seriously boom or bust, but he is not a bad fantasy option if you need a QB.

Bryce Brown (RB, BUF) - I love his upside in PPR leagues and he can be started if you are in dire need. He will continue to see use the rest of the season on passing downs.

Damien Williams (RB, MIA) - another RB that has upside in PPR leagues as he is being used on passing downs, but would much rather have Bryce Brown. You also really need to have nothing else available to start Williams.

Jarvis Landry (WR, MIA) - he is playing ahead of Brian Hartline and in PPR leagues he can put some points on the board. He is a bit boom or bust, but overall he is trending upward.

Charles Clay (TE, MIA) - he is seeing a ton of targets and is a TE that can be considered as a starter if you are in need.

Jared Cook (TE, STL) - there are many other TEs on this list I would rather have, but Cook does get targeted in the end-zone so if you are in a TD league then look his way.

John Brown (WR, ARZ) - true boom or bust with TD upside, but in deep leagues that start three WRs he can't be ignored.


Taylor Gabriel and Miles Austin (WR, CLE) - keep an eye on these buys but with Gordon coming back and Andrew Hawking coming back they don't have enough upside to justify starting them.

Preston Parker (WR, NYG) - getting more looks weekly and should only be considered in PPR leagues.

Joseph Randle (RB, DAL) - he is only going to be startable if Dallas rests him for when they get closer to play-offs. Otherwise he is a huge risk to start.

Travaris Cadet (RB, NO) - as long as Pierre Thomas is out and there is literally nothing left on waiver wires, then Cadet is your flier in a PPR league only.

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