2015 Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Week 11

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The weeks are flying by and looking for waiver wire targets will help you has you get ready for play-offs. There are a number of pick-ups at QB, RB, WR, and TE. Keep working hard and let's get to the play-offs.
Must Grab:

Kamar Aiken (WR, BAL) - he will continue to get a number of targets from Joe Flacco and be more of a WR for PPR leagues with some TD upside.

Blake Bortles (QB, JAX) - he shouldn't be on your wire, but he has really developed as a starting QB and if you are looking for a QB then Bortles is the one to grab.

Karlos Williams (RB, BUF) - he should not be on your wire but he knows how to find the end-zone and is a must grab.

James Starks (RB, GB) - Eddie Lacy is with an injury and Starks will remain the starter. He is a top grab this week but is not available in too many leagues as he has already been taking workload from Lacy.

Stevie Johnson (WR, SD) - with Keenan Allen out Johnson is getting a ton of targets. He will continue to be a PPR WR dream.

Kamar Aiken (WR, BAL) - he is available in many leagues and if you are in a PPR league you should strongly consider him. He will eventually get in the end-zone, but for now he can be used in spot-starting situations with upside.

Jordan Reed (TE, WAS) - he shouldn't be available but if you are in a TD only league he is a must grab for spot-starting or taking over for an under-performing TE.

Tony Romo (QB, DAL) - he shouldn't be on your wavier wire, but he comes back next week and he is someone to grab if available.

Spot-Starter:

Crockett Gillmore (TE, BAL) - with Steve Smith done for the year you can get Gilmore will be a red-zone target and should be a TE that you consider for bye-weeks and spot-starts.

Dorial Green-Beckham (WR, TEN) - he didn't have a catch last week, but Justin Hunter had a season-ending injury and Green-Beckham will get his chance to succeed. Stash him now and get ahead of the production.

Joique Bell (RB, DET) - he will be the starter for the foreseeable future and is only to be used in bye-weeks or spot-starts but if you are in need of a RB then he is someone to look at.

Stevan Ridley (RB, NYJ) - he is now the back-up RB for the Jets and with Chris Ivory's injury history Ridley could become the starter. For now he can only be considered in PPR leagues.

Davante Adams (WR, GB) - he is going to be solid for PPR leagues owners and should be available in some leagues due to his previous injury.

Jay Ajayi (RB, MIA) - every week I watch this kid and his stats the more I think it will be a RBBC in Miami and Ajayi will get the goal-line carries. If you are in a TD only league and looking for a RB then look at Ajayi.

Danny Amendola (WR, NE) - Amendola's productivity should improve with the loss of Julian Edelman. I foresee Gronkowski and LaFell being getting the most upside, but Amendola will be a WR to look at for spot-starting.

Matt Jones (RB, WAS) - most likely won't be on your waiver wire, but if you are in need of a RB then look to Jones. He has more upside in PPR leagues, but will continue to have down games as well so keep that in mind when starting him.

Shaun Draughn (RB, SF) - Shaun will get the majority of the carries, but there is a high likelihood that San Fran will look to play the hot-hand and this could easily become a RBBC. This is a situation to avoid next week against Seattle.

David Cobb (RB, TEN) - the Titans will have no problem trying Cobb out when he is ready. Antonio Andrews has had up and down games and been a waiver wire add, but Cobb could take over bit by bit. When Cobb comes back I would suggest laying off Andrews.

Kirk Cousins (QB, WAS) - New Orleans defense makes most QBs look amazing. I am not sold on Cousins at this point but if you are in a two QB league then he can not be ignored.

Watch:

Chris Givens (WR, BAL) - I am more excited about Aiken but Givens can be stashed in larger leagues. Joe Flacco is still building rapport with his WR's since Steve Smith left and we will see who his top target will be.

Mark Sanchez (QB, PHI) - he played well last year when he had a chance to fill-in, but there a many other options to consider at QB, but if you are in a two QB league he is someone to add.

Brock Osweiler (QB, DEN) - Peyton Manning could be missing some time and if you are looking for a QB in a two QB league then Brock is a streamer to consider.

James White (RB, NE) - he played 30% of the snaps, but it's hard to see him being a RB you want to start.

Doug Baldwin (WR, SEA) - had a great game this week but his consistency leaves something to be desired.  He is not a WR I would go wild about, but if you are in a super deep league then look at Baldwin.

Zach Miller (TE, CHI) - can't be relied upon but had a solid week this week.

Clive Walford (TE, OAK) - getting more production but still only a TE to watch.