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Fantasy Football: Week 11 Waiver Wire

It’s Week 11 Waiver Wire time and things are starting to get super tight in all leagues. Some teams are fighting for a round 1 bye, while others are fighting for the last seed to make the playoffs. Many playoff bound teams slow down on waivers around this time of year as they are content on what they have. I advise you to continue to make moves, even looking at playoff schedules and seeing where I player can help you even if its only for one week. This is also a time I advise playoff bound teams on picking up handcuffs to your own players or those of your competitors. If a starting RB or WR get injured now and you have their backup, it could pay HUGE dividends to your team in your chase for the fantasy football championships!

Now here are your players to add for the Week 11 Waiver Wire. Some can be used this week and moving forward into the playoffs as well.

Survival Tip: Never let them see you sweat.

Week 11: Waiver Wire Adds

Mark Sanchez, QB, EaglesThis is a slight desperation move because I don't think Sanchez will be amazing, but he won't be the worst. If you are a playoff bound team I am not sure if Sanchez can really help. But if you are one of those teams right on the border of playoffs or basement, you could do worse.
Matt Jones, RB, RedskinsSo this add I'm not crazy about but I feel it needs to be made. Jones is still splitting carries with Morris pretty evenly so Jones will always have limited upside in comparison to the type of production he could put out if he was the only ball carrier.
Jay Ajayi, RB, DolphinsThis one is a complete gut call. I know he's performed well with the limited carries he's received. If Miller was to get injured Ajayi instantly shoots into RB2 status. The kid is talented and the sky is the limit if he was to get starter minutes.
Dwayne Harris WR, GiantsTalk about a guy that nobody mentions but has showed up often on game day while the NY Giants deal with injuries to the WR group. Pay no mind to the Giants signing of Nicks, as he will be behind Harris on the depth chart. Harris knows how to make plays & will continue to be a part of this offense.
Danny Amendola, WR, PatriotsIt's always unfortunate when a player gets injured. In this case I am referring to the foot injury that will likely sideline Edelman for the rest of regular season. Patriots are now down Lewis & Edelman and so someone has to catch the ball more. Amendola is your guy and it's no question he is the pick-up of the week.
Stash ReminderBrock Osweiler is worthy of a stash at this point in the game. If you are heading to the playoffs I am assuming you already have a good starting QB. Doesn't hurt to stash Brock in case you encounter an injury. If he proves himself worthy you may even use him when your QB has a bad playoff match-up.
Ask your Week 11 Waiver Wire questions in the comments below and we’ll be sure to answer each one. Good luck in Week 11!

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