Last minute adds in Week 11
By: Ken Fernando
Did you miss your waivers? Are one or multiple players on your team questionable or doubtful to play? You’ve come to the right place for last-minute adds that can help boost your chances of winning your fantasy week.
Matt Ryan 20% Owned
Is the air in Indianapolis different with the arrival of Jeff Saturday? It may have as the Colts look reenergized in their win over the Raiders. One of the changes was putting in Matt Ryan as the starter after many expected Sam Ehlinger to be the permanent starter moving forward. Matt Ryan was impressive in the win with 222 yards, a passing, and a rushing TD worth 22.68 FP. He faces the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 11 who have looked more human as the season goes. It’s worth taking a chance on Matt Ryan for this game and maybe for the rest of the season.
Isiah Pacheco 55% Owned
The dust has settled in the Kansas City RB room. Isiah Pacheco was the winner of this and look for him to get the most touches moving forward. Against the Jaguars, he rushed for 82 yards on 16 carries. The Chiefs RB will have to step up, especially as the season moves along. With the RB market in fantasy very shallow, he may be the last great add unless other RBs get hurt.
Jarvis Landry 36% Owned
Jarvis Landry was finally able to return to the Saints in their Week 10 loss to the Steelers. In his return, he had three receptions for 37 yards. He had his highest snap percentage being on the field for 79% of the snaps. Landry also tied for the second-most targets with six so he will be targeted.
Trey McBride 17% Owned
The injury to Zach Ertz hurt the Cardinals but it means Trey McBride can step up and take over. Zach Ertz was the third-highest-scoring TE in fantasy up to this point. Kyler Murray did focus a lot on the TE even with DeAndre Hopkins making his return. With the TE position being shallow, McBride is worth a pick-up especially with Arizona tending to pass more.
New York Jets 25% Owned
The New York Jets come off a bye when they face the New England Patriots on the road. The Jets have been a sneaky good DEF/ST as they are currently ranked seventh. For the past four weeks, they have averaged over 12 FP and scored 9 FP when they faced the Pats in Week 8. The Jets have more than enough talent on defense to give New England a hard time.