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    2016 Fantasy Football: Week 11 Waiver Wire Pickup Rankings, Injuries & Playoff Matchups

    RotoExperts Staff November 14, 2016 6:00AM EST

    2016 Fantasy Football: Week 11 Waiver Wire Pickup Rankings, Injuries & Playoff Matchups

    FNTSY Sports Network’s Pat Mayo and Jake Ciely run through the NFL Injury report and debate Mayo’s Week 11 Waiver Wire Pickup Power Rankings for every position. Plus, the top streaming QBs and DSTs for the upcoming week and the Fantasy playoffs.

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    Week 11 Waiver Wire: Show Index

    1:20 Rest of Season RB Pickup Strategy/Handcuffs
    6:26 RB Pickups; Best/Worst RB Schedules
    33:11 WR Pickups
    40:22 Best/Worst WR Schedules
    46:10 TE Pickups
    50:32 Best/Worst TE Schedules
    51:18 QB Pickups/Streams
    52:00 Best/Worst QB Schedules
    53:45 DST Streams
    55:14 Best/Worst DST Schedules

    Week 11 Waiver Wire Notes

    • All players must be less than 60-percent owned
    • Will Be Updated For Breaking Injuries & After Monday Nighter
    • Bye Weeks: Falcons, Broncos, Jets, Chargers
    • Week 10 RB Snap Counts

    Week 11 Waiver Wire: Running Backs

    1. CJ Prosise
    2. Robert Kelley
    3. James Starks
    4. Kenneth Dixon
    5. Bilal Powell
    6. Dion Lewis
    7. Kapri Bibbs
    8. Jeremy Langford
    9. Matt Asiata
    10. Alfred Morris
    11. Thomas Rawls
    12. Chris Ivory
    13. Derrick Henry
    14. Paul Perkins
    15. Chris Thompson
    16. DeAndre Washington
    17. Cameron Artis-Payne
    18. Kenyan Drake
    19. Ka’Deem Carey
    20. Wendell Smallwood
    21. Dwayne Washington
    22. Charcandrick West
    23. Peyton Barber
    24. Tim Hightower
    25. Mike Gillislee
    26. DuJuan Harris
    27. Andre Ellington
    28. Damien Williams
    29. Travaris Cadet
    30. Kenjon Barner
    31. Fozzy Whittaker
    32. Lance Dunbar
    33. Deangelo Williams
    34. Alfred Blue
    35. Knile Davis
    36. Zach Zenner
    37. Reggie Bush
    38. Jalen Richard
    39. Stepfan Taylor
    40. Josh Ferguson
    41. Bobby Rainey
    Week 11 Waiver Wire: RB Injuries, News & Notes

    Injuries were everywhere in Week 10—just not to the skill positions, so no one really noticed. That doesn’t mean it won’t impact your Fantasy squad however. If TJ Lang (Ankle) and David Bakhtiari (Knee) are missing from the Packers’ O-Line for any extended period of time, Aaron Rodgers is going to be running for his life. Likely, affecting the entire complement of Green Bay weapons you’ve come to rely on every week. Hopefully, they’ll be OK. In better news, we were able to glean a few things about that offense Sunday, which should help matters moving forward. The great TY Montgomery (Flea Market) experience appears to be over. Montgomery was relegated to back up duties at both RB and WR with James Starks returning to action. Starks played 55 snaps in the backfield against Monty’s 20. Plus, TY only managed a measly 2 snaps as a WR. This seems pretty clear: Add Starks, drop Montgomery. On Yahoo!, because of his WR/RB eligibility, and in deeper leagues, you’ll want to hang on to him, but it’s doubtful you can start Montgomery unless 10 plagues befall the Green Bay offense. I mean, it’s possible Jordy Nelson could slip on a poorly-placed sky frog like it’s a banana peel in Mario Kart causing him to blow out his knee again. Fiery hail taking out Davante Adams too. However that dude is spitting to much HOT FIYA already, it’s impossible he’d be affected. Like Ghost Rider. After dropping 156 yards on Tennessee, Adams is now averaging six receptions, 12 targets, and 100 yards (with three touchdowns) over the last four games.

    There was only one injury to a MAJOR Fantasy player, and we’re not even sure if he’s actually hurt. Post-routing, Bears head coach John Fox insinuated Jordan Howard had suffered an ankle, or possibly Achilles injury. When prodded on the issue later on, Howard, showcasing his gripping command of the English language, refuted that claim, bellowing, “Nah, I ain’t suffer nothing.” So, who fucking knows? We do know, despite running all over the Bucs in the first half, Howard only played two snaps after halftime. That reeks of injury. Although, it doesn’t seem like we’re going to know the severity right away. Overall, Howard ended up playing 29 snaps against Tampa. If Howard has to sit, it appears like Jeremy Langford is the add over Ka’Deem Carey. Sans Howard, the Bears will likely revert to a committee approach, riding the hot hand in any given game. But, I expect Langford to rub the sticks together. Sunday, Langford more than doubled Carey’s snaps 19:8, and was far more active in the passing game; he saw five targets to Carey’s one. Langford is worth a spec add for volume’s sake, but even if one manages to play himself into a full workload, neither will rival Howard in Fantasy value. You see, there’s a problem, they’re not any good. Let’s just hope nothing is wrong with Howard and we can go back to pretending like these guys are John Nash’s entire inner circle – they don’t exist.

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    Jay Gruden stuck true to his word, not to be confused with His word, or maybe it should be if you’re a Rob Kelley owner. Matt Jones was a healthy scratch against the Vikings, leaving Kelley with the starting gig, pushing Chris Thompson back to his natural role as third down specialist. Kelley racked up 22 carries for 97 yards against a stiff Vikings run defense; he out-snapped Thompson 42:21 in a game where Washington threw the ball 33 times. This is great news for Kelley moving forward. The one issue: the schedule does him no favors. After drawing GB, DAL, and ARZ during the stretch run, the Skins get PHI, CAR, and CHI in the Fantasy playoffs. Of that sextet, the Eagles have been the easiest match up for running backs this season. They allow the 21st most Fantasy points to the position. Ruh Roh. This presents an odd situation, and it all depends on your league. Since Kelley’s only around 45% owned, he’s a clear pickup even with the brutal closing schedule. In more competitive leagues, though, where he’s been gone for a while, if it’s possible to cash in on this week and sell high, do it. If not, it’s no big deal. Since there’s such a dearth of talent at running back, merely getting 20 carries against any defense, even the good ones, will almost assure a Top 20 finish for the week. Just ask any Todd Gurley owner.

    ‘Member all that talk early in the week about Karpi Bibbs getting more work in Denver, which led to all Devontae Booker owners shitting their pants? Oh, I ‘member. Well, guess what? IT HAPPENED!!!!!!  THE BIBBS played eight snaps in Week 10, more than doubling his Week 11 opportunity, taking the field 18 times. What became of that afterthought Booker? He played 59 snaps and out-touched Bibbs 26-to-7. Expect Bibbs’ snaps to hover around the 25-30% moving forward, but Booker remains the Denver back to own, and only one of play on a weekly basis.

    On the other side of the field from Booker/Bibbs, the Mark Ingram/Tim Hightower situation found no resolution. Ingram got the best of Hightower in snaps 24:14, but we got a heavy dose of Travaris Cadet injected into the mix as well. The ever-so-sneaky Cadet snuck on to the field 10 times. The continued jinx of Ingram on all Fantasy owners continues.

    Zombie Ryan Mathews returned from the dead to feast on the flesh of the Falcons. An alliteration! Mathews looked excellent, gashing Atlanta for 109 yards and two scores (touchdowns, not units of 20) on 19 carries, chipping in another 30 yards through the air. Now is the time to sell Mr. Mathews. Despite all the Fantasy glory, Darren Sproles still played the most snaps in the Eagles backfield (31, to Mathews’ 26), with that pesky Wendall Smallwood stepping between in the numbers for 19 plays. It should be noted, it was Smallwood, not Mathews who was called upon to run the clock out at the end of the game. Doug Peterson seems to still be wary of Mathews’ ITIS… fumbleitis. Maybe he needs to rub some tussin on the ball, get that all cleared up. Mathews is definitely worth owning, but he’s a bench guy you play in a pinch and pray he scores a TD. If you can flip him for a starter at, any position, do it. Sproles is the Philly back I’d want to own the rest of the season.

    It’s unclear whether Kenneth Dixon will ever have sustainable value this season, but I’m holding on to him nonetheless. Dixon looks fantastic in his limited opportunities. He was used more Thursday night against the Browns, though. Dixon trailed Terrance West 34:26 in snaps, but was fixture in the passing game. The rook nabbed five catches on seven targets. If he can retain that role in the offense, it won’t be long before he starts eating away at West’s carry share.

    Dion Lewis (Knee) was activated form the PUP list, but remained inactive Sunday night against the Seahawks. I still think Lewis has value in PPR leagues down the stretch. I mean, if James White can be a borderline starter every week in that format, the not-crappy Lewis should be a fringy Top 20 RB. Hold.

    Thomas Rawls (Leg) could be back next week too. With Christine Michael struggling and playing through a tender hamstring, there is a path for Rawls to pass Michael on the depth chart. That may not even be good enough for participation ribbon however. CJ Prosise has established himself as the RB to own in Seattle. And, even if Rawls can supplant Prosise for a plurality of snaps, there’s little upside to be had. The Seahawks have the toughest schedule for running backs Weeks 14-16. I’d rather use that bench spot on an upside handcuff. Prosise, and his pass catching prowess, persists as a hold, and someone you probably want to play each week. If he continues to play all the passing downs, he’s going to keep falling backward into PPR points. It’s much like how Theo Riddick’s particular set of skills makes him immune to bad match ups. UPDATEThomas Rawls is returning this week, and to prove they’re not bluffing, they cut Christine Michael. People are freaking out about picking up Rawls, but don’t worry about him. As mentioned, the Seahawks have the toughest schedule for running backs Weeks 14-16, and still have a bottom third offensive line. Expect Rawls to work 30-50% of the snaps, depending on game flow, and in most goal line situations, with CJ Prosise maintaining his role in this offense. If Seattle is passing Prosise will be on the field. Prosise is sitting second in Fantasy points per route run, and is the better pick up. Tossing in a cheap bid on Rawls makes sense, but I’m not blowing the budget, I’d much rather have CJP the rest of the season – Standard or PPR.

    Lamar Miller (Ankle) sat out briefly but ended up returning to the game. Phewwwwwwwwww. Keep an eye on his practice reports during the week just to make sure he’s OK.

    DeAngelo Williams quietly underwent knee surgery Wednesday and will miss a couple weeks. Fitzgerald Toussaint is the new Le’Veon Bell handcuff, but has no value beyond being the next man up until Williams returns in a few weeks. Against the Cowboys, Bell played all 73 snaps. Toussaint got on the field once, during a two-point conversion, and mangled it so badly, he’s lucky to still be getting a paycheck.

    Top Fantasy Playoff (Week 14-16) Schedules for Running Backs

    Panthers: vs SD, @WSH, vs ATL
    Buccaneers: vs NO, @KC, @ NO
    Bills: vs PIT, vs CLE, @ MIA
    Rams: vs ATL, @SEA, vs SF
    Raiders: @KC, @SD, vs IND

    Worst Fantasy Playoff (Week 14-16) Schedules for Running Backs

    Seahawks: @GB, vs LAR, vs ARZ
    Redskins: @PHI, vs CAR, @CHI
    Lions: vs CHI, @NYG, @DAL
    Giants: vs DAL, vs DET, @PHI

    Week 10 RB Target Leaders

    Week 11 Waiver Wire: Wide Receivers

    1. Sammy Watkins
    2. Jamison Crowder
    3. Rishard Matthews
    4. Cameron Meredith
    5. Eli Rogers
    6. Kenny Britt
    7. Kendall Wright
    8. Cole Beasley
    9. DeVante Parker
    10. Robert Woods
    11. Corey Coleman
    12. Sammie Coates
    13. Brian Quick
    14. Tyreek Hill
    15. Cordarrelle Patterson
    16. Adam Humphries
    17. Marqise Lee
    18. Kenny Stills
    19. Tyler Lockett
    20. Pierre Garcon
    21. Anquan Boldin
    22. Eddie Royal
    23. Albert Wilson
    24. Adam Thielen
    25. Jeremy Kerley
    26. Mohamed Sanu
    27. Brandon LaFell
    28. Devin Funchess
    29. Chris Hogan
    30. Tyler Boyd
    31. JJ Nelson
    32. Dontrelle Inman
    33. Quincy Enunwa
    34. Jermaine Kearse
    35. Quinton Patton
    36. Phillip Dorsett
    37. Nelson Agholor
    38. Cecil Shorts III
    39. Tajae Sharpe
    40. Chris Conley
    41. Kamar Aiken
    42. Dorial Green-Beckham
    43. Torrey Smith
    44. Justin Hunter
    45. Josh Bellamy
    46. Andrew Hawkins
    47. Robby Anderson
    48. Victor Cruz
    49. Seth Roberts
    Week 11 Waiver Wire: WR Injuries, News & Notes

    UPDATE: The NFL loves grabbing the headlines. It’s to the point now where they’re micromanaging the news flow for the more attention starved verticals of their product. There wasn’t much news on the WR front, so let’s drop the bomb. Alshon Jeffery’s been running super serum through his veins and will be suspended four games. Looking at it, not as a greedy Fantasy player for a moment, but as a regular Earth human, I endorse what Alshon is up to. Your team is going nowhere, with the rest of the NFL waiting with glee to hand you a signed, blank check this offseason, why not hit the juice? THE JUICE!!! Seriously. He got caught, nbd. The Bears can continue losing without him while he’s off reaping the PED benefits, primarily ailing his myriad of soft tissue maladies. Steroids, it’s what ails ya. And, getting caught works two-fold: Not only will the sauce speed up recovery of his constant stream of injuries, now he gets the added benefit of not having the opportunity of re-aggravating any of those issues, or create new ones, over the next month. It’s a lot like Antonio Gates entering 2015. He was dealing with an injury that was going to have him sidelined to begin the year anyway, so why not take some magic drugs to ensure that he’s not only at full health, but maybe he’s extended the spectrum on what “full health” entails at this point of his career. Get them checks, fellas. You’re the one who isn’t going to be able to walk, or worse, in 15 years—better make sure you have the cash to take care of it.

    Now, back to being a Fantasy owner, one whose portfolio is overflowing with Alshon shares….. FUCKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK!!!!!!!!!!!!! Immediately, the question will be whether keep him on your roster. That decision, amigos, depends on your team construction and spot in the standings. Teams that have Alshon and are gliding to the playoffs, keep him. Similarly, teams that have Alshon and are out of it, keep him. Who cares? It’s those teams with 6-4, 5-5, 4-6 or even 3-6 (Not out of it yet!) records and NEED his production to make it to the postseason. That’s where this gets tricky. And, it may come down to how you feel about the prospects of your squad sans Jeffery for four weeks. At least four weeks. Look, I’m not saying he won’t return in Week 15, but it’s not outside the realm of possibility that management tells a guy who’s not returning anyway to go sip Mai Tais for an extra three weeks. It’s near the lowest probability outcome; however, it would be foolish to rule out all scenarios when attempting to decipher this situation, especially if your Fantasy season hinges on it. I’d hold Alshon if I could, but I know that’s not a reality for some owners. Carrying a dead spot on your roster for a month, in the thick of a playoff chase, just may not be feasible. So, if you’re someone whose hand is forced and must part with Alshon, I’d recommend soliciting his services to the teams at the top of your standings. Why drop a player if someone will give you starter who can help you immediately? That only makes sense. Don’t give him away for a non-useable piece just for the sake of it though. Instead of gifting the best team a potential difference maker in exchange for bupkis, you’d be better off cutting Alshon and forcing the other members of your league to bid against each other and drain someone out of FAAB money. A deep FAAB bank during the stretch run is very valuable in securing that one-game fill-in RB who could swing a week. If you were to drop Alshon, he’d command enough on the waiver market that someone in your league will break the bank on him, running them out of FAAB. Make someone gives you a viable asset or let them duke it out. In fact, even if you know you’ll be forced to drop him soon, but have the luxury of waiting on that move for a week or two, sit on him. The closer it is to Week 15, the more FAAB money will be spent on him. I understand this isn’t really a fix for anyone now down their WR2, maybe WR1, but if you can cripple another team, even marginally, you should do it. Lowering the odds of another team winner only helps yours.

    The fallout: What does this do the Bears offense? Well, it’s just another puff off the Jay Cutler’s value cig. As long as Jordan Howard doesn’t miss time, he’ll keep getting his 20ish touches every week. So, he’ll be fine. It seems like Zach Miller kinda wins here. Regardless of the quarterback, Miller has been the consistent member of Chicago’s passing attack. He’s only dipped below five targets twice in the past six games. Now, he’s not a top tier TE by any stretch, and chances are you already have someone better. But, if you’ve been playing the CJ FiedorowiczLance KendricksVance McDonald, or whoever is playing the Lions carousel each week, Miller appears like he can provide close to a 4-6 point floor every week, 8-10 in PPR leagues. It may not be any sort of great shakes, but it’s better than the zero.

    For the receivers, Cameron Meredith instantly pops back onto the radar. He worked as an Alshon clone when Jeffery went absent earlier this season, and has the best chance to fill that void again. The problem is, Meredith had a rapport with Brian Hoyer. In the two starts since Smoking J’s been back, Meredith has a grand total of four targets. And one was on his Hail Mary grab at the end of the first half against the Bucs, so it’s not like Cutler was exactly “targeting” him. Still, Meredith has the most upside, so he’s the one you should get. We’re going to get an Eddie Royal box score or two that will have us questioning whether to pick him up. Avoid that urge unless you’re in a deeper league – at least 14-teams. Don’t fall into the Royal trap, we’ve all done it, probably multiple times over the years. People, let’s learn from our mistakes. Now we’re getting into Deonte ThompsonJosh Bellamy, and a potentially-returning-this-season Marquess Wilson. If you’re in a playoff race, and you roster one of these guys, SPOILER ALERT, you’re not going to make it. If one member of that troika goes off in Week 11, be OK knowing you made the proper choice of staying away. If you still really want them, they’ll be there next week to grab. I can assure you, no one else would be foolish enough to add them right now.

    Trainers don’t think Sammy Watkins can practice this week, but he does. And, he’s eligible to be activated from IR Week 12. He may not SUIT UP next week, but Week 13 is definitely a possibility. If you’re thinking about acquiring Alshon for the Fantasy playoffs, go see if Watkins is available first, and grab him instead. Weeks 13-16, Buffalo draws Oakland, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, and Miami; all four are positive match ups for WRs. I’ll gamble he returns at full health and can take advantage.

    Larry Fitzgerald is scheduled for an MRI Monday on his sore knee. Since Fitz was able to haul in 12 receptions on a season-high 18 targets, this seems more precautionary than anything. Week 10 DFS darling JJ Nelson was an utter disappoint to Fantasy owners. I’m guessing his parents don’t want to look at him either. He generated a measly 29 yards on six targets, but fumbled and tipped up another catchable ball into the hands of the 49ers’ Eric Reid. NOT GREAT, BOB!!!! This opened the door for Michael Floyd to regain some of his mojo, breaching the 100 yard barrier for the first time this season. I doubt we see lethal doses of Nelson moving forward. Expect Fitz, Floyd and John Brown starting for the Cardinals next week in Minnesota.

    Jeremy Maclin (Groin) skipped Week 10, opening the door for low aDOT aficionado Alex Smith to meet his match with short route specialist Tyreek Hill. Turns out, serving under the Warden of the North did Reek well, he’s now King of the Screen Pass: 10 catches, 13 targets, 89 yards. There’s nothing Smith loves more than a high-percentage, low upside pass. Which should bode well for Hill in the coming weeks with Maclin struggling to back to full health.

    Travis Benjamin (Knee) sat against the Dolphins, but should be back on the field following San Diego’s Week 11 bye. The Chargers have one of the softest schedules to WRs in the Fantasy playoffs, so a dastardly buy low offer may be in order. If he hasn’t been dropped already. I far prefer Tyrell Williams to Benjamin the rest of the season. The Gazelle is a borderline WR1, but prying him away on the heels of a 125 yard performance may be difficult. Benjamin, you can get for nothing. Oh, and send Dontrelle Inman back from whence he came.

    Week 10 WR Target Leaders
    Top Fantasy Playoff (Week 14-16) Schedules for Wide Receivers

    Chargers: @CAR, vs OAK, @CLE
    Falcons: @LAR, vs SF, @CAR
    Redskins: @PHI, vs CAR, @CHI
    Lions: vs CHI, @NYG, @DAL

    Worst Fantasy Playoff (Week 14-16) Schedules for Wide Receivers

    Jaguars: vs MIN, @HOU, vs TEN
    Colts: vs HOU, @MIN, @OAK
    Titans: vs DEN, @KC, @JAC
    Bengals: @CLE, vs  PIT, @HOU

    Week 11 Waiver Wire: Tight Ends

    1. Eric Ebron
    2. Julius Thomas
    3. Cameron Brate
    4. Vernon Davis
    5. Zach Ertz
    6. Dennis Pitta
    7. Vance McDonald
    8. Hunter Henry
    9. CJ Fiedorowicz
    10. Lance Kendricks
    11. Ladarius Green
    12. Charles Clay
    13. Richard Rodgers
    14. Jack Doyle
    15. Virgil Green
    16. Jesse James
    17. Clive Walford
    18. Larry Donnell
    Week 11 Waiver Wire: TE Injuries, News & Notes

    Apparently, Earl Thomas punctured GRONK’s lung when he LIT. HIM. UP. And, GRONK only missed a couple plays. It looks like he’s going to sit this week in San Francisco however. Hopefully that’s the extent of it, but it’s tough to know right now. If you own Martellus Bennett, you hit the one-week jackpot.

    Ladarius Green played for the first time this season, so it wasn’t shocking to only get a glimpse of him in action. Jesse James still worked as the primary TE in the Steelers offense, playing 52 snaps. Green was second with 12, followed by blockers David Johnson (11) and Detective Xavier Grimble (10)… I’M A COP YOU IDIOT!!!! If you don’t have a reliable big man to play every week, and have bench room, I’d stash Green to see if he can seize control of this job full time. In Pittsburgh’s offense, it’s worth it if he hits. You can’t play him next week, though.

    Eric Ebron underwent surgery a few weeks back to replace his hands with ones that can catch footballs. Tremendous results. Hopefully, the doctor who performed that experimental procedure didn’t reverse his work during the Lions bye week. At full health, there’s no tight end who’s a better pick up the rest of the season.

    Jacob Tamme (Ankle) sat against the Eagles, but will return after the bye week. There’s no longer a need to hang with Austin Hooper.

    He’s BRATTTTEEEEE!!!!!! And, Not because he’s making Fantasy teams Brate again either. Cameron Brate is a better long-term add than Julius Thomas, however, Thomas is playing the Lions this week. That pushes him ahead in the rankings this week. As will be the case for any big man until Detroit curbs its TE masochism fetish. Nine games, nine touchdowns to the position.

    Top Fantasy Playoff (Week 14-16) Schedules for Tight Ends

    Chargers: @CAR, vs OAK, @CLE
    Bears: @DET, vs GB, vs WSH
    Browns: vs CIN, @BUF, vs SD
    Texans: @IND, vs JAC, vs CIN

    Worst Fantasy Playoff (Week 14-16) Schedules for Tight Ends

    Packers: vs SEA, @CHI, vs MIN
    Ravens: @NE, vs PHI, @PIT
    Saints: @TB, @ARZ, vs TB
    Titans: vs DEN, @KC, @JAC

    Week 10 TE Target Leaders

    Week 11 Waiver Wire: Quarterbacks

    1. Blake Bortles at DET
    2. Tyrod Taylor at CIN
    3. Ryan Tannehill at LAR
    4. Colin Kaepernick vs NE
    5. Alex Smith vs TB
    6. Brock Osweiler at OAK

    Seven-Time NASCAR champion Bryce Petty got the nod for the Jets over Ryan Fitzpatrick. It went about how you’d expect. Not well. Looks like it will be Petty moving forward for Gang Green after the bye Week. RIP Brandon Marshall.

    Cody Kessler got benched Thursday night after not playing all that poorly. He was replaced by Josh McCown who proceeded to be the worst. Kessler will be back under center Week 11 against the Steelers. Terrelle Pryor remains the only startable receiving option the Browns.

    Top Fantasy Playoff (Week 14-16) Schedules for Quarterbacks

    Chargers: @CAR, vs OAK, @CLE
    Falcons: @LAR, vs SF, @CAR
    Saints: @TB, @ARZ, vs TB
    49ers: vs NYJ, @ATL, @LAR

    Worst Fantasy Playoff (Week 14-16) Schedules for Quarterbacks

    Jaguars: vs MIN, @HOU, vs TEN
    Colts: vs HOU, @MIN, @OAK
    Packers: vs SEA, @CHI, vs MIN
    Eagles: vs WSH, @BAL, vs NYG

    Week 11 Waiver Wire: Streaming Defenses

    1. Dolphins at LAR
    2. Giants vs CHI
    3. Cowboys vs BAL
    4. Raiders vs HOU
    5. Steelers at CLE
    6. Eagles at SEA
    7. Titans at IND
    8. Redskins vs GB
    9. Lions vs JAX

    Jared Goff is now starting for the Rams, PICK UP DOLPHINS DST ALERT!!!!

    Top Fantasy Playoff (Week 14-16) Schedules for DSTs

    Patriots: vs BAL, @DEN, vs NYJ
    Falcons: @LAR, vs SF, @CAR
    Dolphins: vs ARZ, @NYJ, @BUF
    49ers: vs NYJ, @ATL, @LAR

    Worst Fantasy Playoff (Week 14-16) Schedules for DSTs

    Panthers: vs SD, @ WSH, vs AT
    Ravens: @NE, vs PHI, @PIT
    Chargers: @CAR, vs OAK, @CLE
    Bears: @DET, vs GB, vs WSH

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