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Tuesday, November 17, 2015

FANTASY FOOTBALL WEEK 11 WAIVER WIRE ADDS

Fantasy football 2015 is now in the stretch run as there are just 3-4 weeks left of regular season play before things start getting settled.  As always here are the waiver adds for Week 11 in order to keep you on top of the game. 

Danny Amendola:  This one is obvious and Amendola will be the biggest GET this week in fantasy football as he replaces the injured Julian Edelman in the slot.  Starting with Wes Welker and going through Edelman, the slot position for the New England Patriots is about as precious a PPR receiving spot as one can get and Amendola already began showing his stuff in catching 10 passes from Tom Brady in the win over the New York Giants in Week 10.  Amendola could be a monster difference-maker down the stretch.

Brock Osweiler:  In two QB formats, Osweiler has intrigue as his rocket arm and terrific array of receivers puts him on the fantasy football map.  Osweiler is actually good news for those owning stock in Demaryuis Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders who have seen their numbers dip sharply due to the struggles of Peyton Manning. 

Jay Cutler:  We told you in this space two weeks ago to pick up Cutler and all the mercurial QB has done in that span was toss 5 touchdowns total with just one pick.  All of a sudden the Chicago Bears passing offense looks very potent with Alshon Jeffery being joined by Martellus Bennett and Zach Miller.

Zach Miller:  Speaking of Miller, the Bears are using two tight ends religiously now which gets Miller and his good receiving skills onto the field.  Miller is becoming a focal point of the Bears passing attack and he went for a long and very athletic TD reception in Week 10. 

Tony Romo:  This one is obvious as Romo should be picked up wherever available as he makes his return this week versus the Miami Dolphins.

Denard Robinson:  It looks like T.J. Yeldon could sit out Week 11 with an injured foot and that puts the speedy Robinson in play Thursday night against the awful Tennessee Titans defense.  Yes please. 

 

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