Yes we all run for the hills when we hear the name "Tom Savage" when it comes to the twisted world of fantasy football but we are also in the business of presenting to you untapped potential sleepers that can help the DFS crowd and those looking for help as the bye weeks wind down. That brings us to the Houston Texans and specifically wideout Bruce Ellington who all of a sudden looks like an interesting value play for Week 11 based on a number of key reasons. While the shortcomings regarding Savage are ugly and obvious, the fact of the matter is that ace Texans wideout DeAndre Hopkins is going to have his hands full with top Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson this week and that means more targets for everyone else. Right at the top of this list should be Hopkins' counterpart Ellington who will replace the injured Will Fuller for this week's game and thus be a highly-targeted outlet for Savage in the short-to-intermediate range. The word has not really gotten out here as well which makes Ellington even more of a potential find this week. So while the numbers may not jump off the statistical map, Ellington is well worth checking out due to the solid short-term upside.