Our Picks For Your Week 11 Waiver Wire
Need some help going into week 11? Here are our picks for your week 11 waiver wire.
Colin Kaepernick — Im going to bring true with you. I don't like the on the sideline actions with Kaepernick. I don't like him as a person but you cant over look what he has done on the field. This guy has a very high floor with at least 40 yards on the ground which is amazing with quarterbacks. Not to mention that he plays Tom Brady and the Patriots this Sunday, which I could honestly see the Pats with four or five touchdowns in the first half, which is golden for fantasy points for Kaep. You wont have to worry about Kaep taking a knee in this game as he looks to play catch up ALL game.
Tyrod Taylor— With Tyrod, how can you not be impressed with what he has done? Last game he played the Seahawks in Seattle and he had 289 yards and a TD in the air. T-Mobile also had 43 yards and a touchdown on the ground. If you take the fantasy points from the rushing and converted them in to passing yards, its like he would have had almost 400 yards in the air. Gotta love Taylor has he is playing the Bengals who give up the fifth most fantasy points to QB in Cincinnati. Start Tyrod, and watch him run!
C.J. Prosise — With the news that Christine “The Awakening” Michael is now slumming it up in Green Bay and the news that Thomas Rawls will be eased in to play time, why don't you start C.J. Prosise this week? He is coming off two of his last three weeks with over 100 scrimmage yards and now, for at least a week, should be the lead back. Even though the match up isn't amazing against the Eagles, volume enough should be loved by fantasy owners struggling with the week 11 bye. Spot start this week? Oh yeah.
Rob Kelley — Kelley is a lot like the other Redskin’s running back, Matt Jones. They are a lot alike on how they run downfield and can mow over would-be tacklers. There is one difference. Rob Kelley, at least so far in his brief career, doesn't like to fumble. Matt Jones on the other hand LOVES to fumble. He probably minored in it at Florida. Kelley has looked very good recently running over a Bengals defense for 87 yards and a touchdown and the Vikings defense for 90+ yards. At worst, he looks like he could have the job for now on a really talented offense and could be the steal of the year if he continues to get more touches down the stretch.
Kenny Britt — No matter how bad the Rams look on offense, it always seems like Kenny Britt always seems to get his stats. He has now 7 games in a row where he has 67 yards or a touchdown. The Rams host the Miami Dolphins who have not been the best to wide receivers and even if Jared Goff starts, which looks like he will, Britt should still be targeted enough to get his points. I like him this week to go to eight straight games with 67 yards or a touchdown and could be a great replacement for Julio Jones owners, like myself.
Rishard Matthews — If I said that in the last 6 weeks one player in the NFL had 6 touchdowns, who would you chose? Julio Jones? AJ Green? OBJ? Its Richard Matthews of the Tennessee Titans. Matthews has had a connection from Marcus Mariota and has blossomed into the number one receiver for this team. The Titans go to Indy whose secondary is all bandaged up with their injuries, so look for Matthews to add on to his recent touchdown total this week. Seven? Do i hear seven?
Cameron Brate — Tight ends are thin the year. Picking up Cameron Brate is more of a rest of season pick up has in the the fantasy playoffs he plays the Saints twice and my Dallas Cowboys who have been had by opposing TE’s. I know the Chiefs matchup is not great, but if you have a roster spots and don't have the Gronkowski’s or Greg Olsen’s of the world, pick him up and have him ready for the playoffs. Make America Brate again! Get it?