Thursday, February 2

Fantasy Waiver Wire: FAAB Report for Week 11 Pickups, Free Agents



If there was ever a week to save your FAAB budget or exemption wire transfer claims, this is the week to do it. There aren’t many priority fantasy waiver picks from Week 11, so if you don’t need a filler, you should probably stay out of the fray and focus on cheap free agents. However, if you are desperate to have one or two players in a certain position, you may have to bid on players like Rhamondre Stevenson, Jordan Howard, D’Onta Foreman, Rashod Bateman, Elijah Moore or Cam Newton more than them. deserve.

As we will do every week this season with the help of our friends from Fancy alarmLet’s analyze the best pickups and project how much of your FAAB budget you should bid for them.

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Week 11 Fantasy Football FAAB Tips: Waiver wire QB pickups, streamers

Mac Jones (NE). At the beginning of the season, Jones was struggling to finish the series and looked like a rookie. That is to be expected. But last Sunday, we really saw him shine against a decent Browns defense. Passing volume wasn’t there for Jones, but he looked like an NFL quarterback. He completed 19 of 23 pass attempts for just 198 yards, but also connected for three touchdowns. New England has won four straight games and will face the Falcons on Thursday before enduring a slightly tougher schedule after Thanksgiving. Jones is getting better and better as the season progresses. Projected FAAB offer: 6-7% of the total budget

Tua Tagovailoa (MIA). There aren’t many quarterback options available this week to feel good about, but with the Dolphins playing last Thursday, there is extra time for Tua (finger) to recover. Although he was not a starter in last week’s game, he came into relief and threw for 158 yards and ran for a touchdown. The Dolphins play the Jets next week, and while this might be an ugly game overall, the Jets have allowed five consecutive quarterbacks to throw at least 250 yards and multiple touchdowns. Proj. FAAB offer: 6%

Cam Newton (CAR). Newton made his triumphant return to the Panthers this week and, despite last week’s signing, he made an impact, running and pitching for a touchdown. Usage was minimal, but with Sam Darnold (shoulder) hurt, Newton has a chance to rekindle the old love in Carolina. Give him a full week of practice to prepare and let’s see what he can do against Washington next week. Proj. FAAB offer: 5-6%

WEEK 11 STANDARD RATINGS:
Field marshal | Running backwards | Wide receiver | Tight end | D / ST | Kicker

Week 11 Fantasy Football FAAB Tips: Waiver Wire RB Pickups, Streamers

Rhamondre Stevenson (NE). Stevenson is widely available everywhere and looked fantastic on Sunday. He rushed for 100 yards on 20 carries and found the end zone twice. The fact that he was involved in the passing game was a pleasant surprise. Actually, he was more involved than Damien Harris usually is. The bad news is that when Harris (concussion) comes back, he’s likely to get the most carries. Players rarely lose their jobs due to injury, and as good as Stevenson may sound, it seems unlikely that he will take over the job entirely. Regardless, it will be among the most added waiver transfer options this week. Projected FAAB offer: 15-20% of the total FAAB budget

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D’Onta Foreman (TEN). It’s hard to justify spending more than FAAB money on Foreman this week. However, he looked like Tennessee’s leading running back last Sunday, with a total of 13 touches and 78 yards in just his second appearance this year with the Titans. He, Adrian Peterson and Jeremy McNichols basically separated the plays from the backfield, but Foreman led the team in carries, so that’s a somewhat promising sign. Proj. FAAB offer: 10-13%

Devonta Freeman (BAL). The Ravens looked horrible last Thursday night; however, Freeman continued to take on most of the work in Baltimore’s backfield, even as his three-game scoring streak came to an end. Some tough divisional matchups are on the horizon, but Freeman should continue to see his ownership increase based on the workload he’s receiving. Proj. FAAB offer: 10%

Jordan Howard and Boston Scott (PHI). Sunday marked the third straight game in which Howard rushed at least 12 times, and although he didn’t find the end zone, he did accumulate 83 yards. Boston Scott also saw double-digit carries and was more involved in the passing attack, which was to be expected. The Eagles’ offense isn’t always consistent, but Howard should have at least a dozen carries each week while Miles Sanders (ankle) is out. Scott is likely to receive a similar number of touches. Because we don’t know when Sanders will return, these backs are worth having. Proj. FAAB offer: 7-10%

Matt Breida (BUF). Ultimately, it’s hard to feel good about starting any Bills runner. Breida’s participation last week naturally caught everyone’s attention, especially since he scored twice. Of course, all three of Buffalo’s key RBs scored. Breida isn’t someone you can start with, but he’s not a bad piece of depth. Proj. FAAB offer: 3-4%

Wayne Gallman (ATL). Gallman deserves a speculative addition, as he led the team in carries on Sunday. Given that Cordarrelle Patterson (ankle) could miss Thursday’s game, there is more intrigue in Gallman, but the showdown against New England is concerning. Proj. FAAB offer: 3-4%

WEEK 11 PPR RANKINGS:
Field marshal | Running backwards | Wide receiver | Tight end | D / ST | Kicker

Week 11 Fantasy Football FAAB Tips: Waiver Wire WR Pickups, Streamers

Elijah Moore (New York). Moore has now scored four times in his last four games. In that span, he also has at least six goals in each contest. Yard totals have been fair so far, but we’re seeing the Jets actively trying to get their hands on the ball. The Jets have matchups against Miami, Houston and Philadelphia looming, and these could be prime spots for Moore to keep reaching for the fantasy. Projected FAAB offer: 10-11% of the total FAAB budget

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Bateman Expense (BAL). Bateman was quiet for most of Thursday’s game against Miami, but the offense finally started to click when it was getting stares late in the game. He now has consecutive games with eight goals and at least six goals in his four games. He hasn’t found the end zone yet, but clearly the offense gets things going when Bateman is involved. Proj. FAAB offer: 8-10%

From Jefferson (L to R). Following the acquisition of Odell Beckham Jr., Jefferson’s shares were quite low. But after Robert Woods’ (knee) injury late last week, Jefferson’s stock quickly rose again. However, as OBJ catches up with the playbook, you have to imagine that the Rams will involve him more on offense. Proj. FAAB offer: 5%

Robby Anderson (CAR). We haven’t really seen that huge lead from Anderson since Week 1, but with Cam Newton returning to Carolina, maybe we’ll see him get more looks because Sam Darnold certainly wasn’t helping the cause. As the Panthers mixed PJ Walker and Newton into the game, Anderson finished with four catches on six goals and found the end zone. Newton will be working with the first team offense this week, so it looks like he’s in line to start against Washington. Let’s see what happens from here. Proj. FAAB offer: 4-5%

Gabriel Davis (BUF). Davis isn’t a dunk because when the Bills are at full power, he’s perhaps the fifth option to catch passes in this offense behind Stefon Diggs, Cole Beasley, Emmanuel Sanders and Dawson Knox. Beasley was limited all of last week with a rib injury and didn’t play a single center in the second half as the Bills dropped the Jets. Davis surpassed 100 yards, and while seeing only three targets and clearly he made the most of them. When Beasley is in tip-top shape, we should expect to see his usual workload and double-digit targets, but Davis is worth keeping on his radar. Proj. FAAB offer: 2%

Josh Gordon (KC). Gordon has had no impact so far during his tenure with the Chiefs. It certainly hasn’t been a must-have addition, but Sunday night’s engagement was a good sign of things that could possibly happen. Did you get a goal? No, but he was on the field for 33 offensive plays and ran more routes than Mecole Hardman. If the Chiefs continue to get reps from Gordon, then we can assume they’ll want to hit him more targets as he gets more familiar with the offense. Proj. FAAB offer: 23%

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Marcus Johnson (TEN). Probably just a deep league attaché, Johnson looked like the best positional player in Tennessee in Week 10, catching five passes for 100 yards. Of course, much of the success can be attributed to the showdown, but you’ll also get another solid showdown next week. Julio Jones (hamstring) is on IR, which means he will miss the next two games. If he goes back to being nothing more than depth at Tennessee’s position, then it is a fall that costs him nothing, but the opportunity for him to stand out is certainly there. Proj. FAAB offer: 1-2%

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Fantasy Football FAAB Tips from Week 11: Waiver wire TE, streamers

Dan Arnold (JAC). Arnold is not dependent on the touchdown. Starting Sunday, this is how Arnold ranked among the tight ends in his last four games: third in goals, third in receptions, fifth in yards. He got off to a slightly slow start to last Sunday’s game against the Colts, but ultimately ended with a solid stat line of five catches on seven goals for 67 yards and a two-point conversion. Arnold is too good to constantly appear in this article. Projected FAAB offer: 10-12% of the total FAAB budget

Adam Trautman (NO). Since the Saints were forced to start a new quarterback following the injury to Jameis Winston, Trautman has seen a growing role on offense. Trevor Siemian is not very good at making some questionable decisions, but one decision that is not questionable is the attention he gives to Trautman. He has at least six targets in three straight games and nine catches in the last two. Things are finally looking up for Trautman. Proj. FAAB offer: 4-5%

Cole Kmet (CHI). If you miss Arnold, Kmet is a decent consolation prize. Considering the Bears are coming out of their bye week, Kmet may be a well-forgotten one. In Week 9 against Pittsburgh, he caught six of eight goals for 87 yards and has generally been trending in the right direction. Proj. FAAB offer: 3-5%

Week 11 Fantasy Football FAAB Tip: Waiver Wire Defense Vans, Streamers

As we always caution, you shouldn’t spend more than one percent of your FAAB budget on a D / ST. Here are the possible streaming captures from this week:

  • San Francisco 49ers (@ Jaguars)
  • Philadelphia Eagles (vs. Saints)
  • Washington Soccer Team (@ Panthers)
  • Miami Dolphins (@ Jets)




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