Who are some of the top Dynasty Week 11 Waiver Wire Adds?
The second half of this season starts out with injuries to key players for dynasty players. These injuries make the fantasy playoff push that much harder. Opportunity is what dynasty players look for. Below I list some players who have the opportunity needed to be dynasty adds for you to target this week off the week 11 waiver wire. If you missed my week 10 adds click here.
Week 1o Stats: 6 completions, 10 attempts, 63 yards, 0 touchdowns, 4 rushing attempts, -2 yards
Season Stats: 7 completions, 11 attempts, 75 yards, 0 touchdowns, 7 rushing attempts, -5 yards
Jameis Winston – QB, NO
The 2019 passing yards leader came in to relieve starting quarterback Drew Brees (ribs), starting the second half of Sunday’s game against the San Francisco 49ers. While Winston didn’t do anything spectacular, he could be starting for Drew in the near future. If Winston does start, his next two games are against the Atlanta Falcons and the Denver Broncos. He had success against the Falcons last season. In two games he had 31 completions, 52 attempts, 514 yards, 5 touchdowns, 4 interceptions and 10 rushing attempts for 43 yards. Winston should be rostered in dynasty leagues, but in a superflex league he makes for a good quarterback two.
Week 10 Stats: 2 completions, 4 attempts, 12 yards, 0 touchdowns, 0 interceptions
Season Stats: 3 completions, 8 attempts, 15 yards, 0 touchdowns, 0 interceptions
P.J. Walker – QB, CAR
He came in late in the fourth quarter for starting quarterback Teddy Bridgewater (knee). At that point the game outcome had already been determined. Teddy came off limping and his availability is in question for the Panthers’ next game against the Detroit Lions. Walker gets the start if Teddy misses time. However, Walker is only a recommended starter for those in two quarterback leagues. The Detroit Lions have given up the 11th most passing yards through ten weeks of the season.
Week 10 Stats: 18 rushes, 68 yards, 0 touchdowns, 5 receptions, 34 yards, 6 targets, snap% 73
Season Stats: 36 rushes, 150 yards, 1 touchdown, 16 receptions, 116 yards, 19 targets, snap % 12
Kalen Ballage – RB, LAC
I have to admit, after his week 9 performance against the Las Vegas Raiders I just chalked it up to a one-off. However, now with his second solid start two weeks in a row, I need to add him to the week 11 waiver wire list. I personally started him in one league and was very pleased with his performance. Ballage looks to be the Chargers’ running back one over rookie Joshua Kelley, for now. I consider Ballage an RB3 for his next game against the Jets. He needs to be rostered in all leagues going forward.
Week 10 Stats: 16 rushes, 81 yards, 2 touchdowns, 1 reception, 2 yards, 1 target, snap% 36
Season Stats: 49 rushes, 304 yards, 3 touchdowns, 9 receptions, 62 yards, 9 targets, snap% 15
Devontae Booker – RB, LV
As Josh Jacobs’ backup he’s seen game action in all but one game this season. His two most productive games have come over the last two weeks. Most of his production in week 10 came during garbage time with the game result well in hand. If you have Josh Jacobs then Booker needs to be added, as he’s an injury away from being an RB1.
Week 10 Stats: 7 rushes, 48 yards, 0 touchdowns, 1 reception, 7 yards, 1 target, snap% 25
Season Stats: 19 rushes, 83 yards, 1 touchdown, 3 receptions, 12 yards, 3 targets, snap% 17
Samaje Perine – RB, CIN
This is the second game in a row that Perine garnered 7 plus carries and gained 30 plus rushing yards. He’s getting work while backing-up temporary starter Giovani Bernard. As long as the Bengals’ starting running back Joe Mixon (foot) remains out, Perine will continue to see work. He’s someone to add to your dynasty watch list.
Week 10 Stats: 11 rushes 43 yards, 1 touchdown, 1 reception, 4 yards, 2 targets, snap% 48
Season Stats: 13 rushes 48 yards, 1 touchdown, 1 reception, 4 yards, 2 targets, snap% 2
Alex Collins – RB, SEA
It was Alex Collins, not DeeJay Dallas, who lead the Seahawks’ backfield in rushing on Sunday against the Rams. Collins was filling in for the injured Chris Carson (foot) and Carlos Hyde (hamstring). Collins wasn’t overly productive as the lead back. Expect Carson to be back for the Seahawks’ week 11 game against the Arizona Cardinals. However, if Carson and Hyde remain out, Collins is the back to own. Also keep in mind that the Seahawks have a short week, playing on Thursday night.