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Fantasy Football 2023: Week 11 Wide Receiver Rankings

Well, if you’re reading this then that means your season is far from over. So, if you want to keep your winning season alive then you’re going to need to pay attention to these Week 11 wide receiver rankings. Ja’Marr Chase still showed up even with a back injury that kept him out of practice.

Last week had some upside for players that were in a slump. Chris Olave benefited heavily with Derek Carr leaving the game with an injury. And Amon-Ra St. Brown broke out for his highest-scoring performance this year.

Wide Receiver Notes:

  • Let’s start with Mike Evans as my WR8 for Week 11. Evans is still only slightly out-targeting Chris Godwin, 70 to 68 on the season. But it is Evans who has six touchdowns to Godwin’s one and 737 yards to Godwin’s 522. So, it is clear that Evans is making the big plays. And this week Evans has the 49ers who are giving up 30.6 fantasy points to wide receivers per game. I am all in on Evans for the rest of the season, as he has been nothing but spectacular this year.
  • Tank Dell has come alive again in the last two weeks. I have him as my WR20. He was hot at the beginning of the season and cooled down. Well, now he is back to being elite. He has 25 targets in the last two games. In those two games, he has 12 receptions, three touchdowns and 170 yards. He has another solid matchup against the Cardinals who are giving 27.7 fantasy points to wide receivers per game.
  • DJ Moore had some big games this year, but since then he has been cold. Since Week 5 he hasn’t gone over 10 fantasy points. He is getting his targets, but in his last three games, he only has a total of 12 receptions. He hasn’t scored since Week 5. He could be due this week, but for now, I have him as my WR24.
  • Lastly, I have Gabe Davis as my WR38. He is just about unstartable at this point. He does have five touchdowns on the season but has been so inconsistent this year. Since Week 6 his high is 19.2 and in the other four games he scored 1.6, 1.1, 0 and 8.6. He just isn’t producing and faces the Jets this week. The Jets are the best defense against fantasy wide receivers, only giving up 17.2 per game.

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Week 11 Wide Receiver Rankings

These wide receivers’ rankings are based on half-PPR scoring.

1Tyreek HillMIAvs. LV
2A.J. BrownPHIat KC
3Amon-Ra St. BrownDETvs. CHI
4CeeDee LambDALat CAR
5Keenan AllenLACat GB
6Ja'Marr ChaseCINat BAL
7Stefon DiggsBUFvs. NYJ
8Mike EvansTBat SF
9Cooper KuppLARvs. SEA
10Brandon AiyukSFvs. TB
11DeAndre HopkinsTENat JAC
12DeVonta SmithPHIat KC
13Davante AdamsLVat MIA
14Garrett WilsonNYJat BUF
15Terry McLaurinWASvs. NYG
16Jaylen WaddleMIAvs. LV
17Adam ThielenCARvs. DAL
18Christian KirkJACvs. TEN
19Puka NacuaLARvs. SEA
20Tank DellHOUvs. ARI
21DK MetcalfSEAat LAR
22Deebo SamuelSFvs. TB
23Tyler LockettSEAat LAR
24DJ MooreCHIat DET
25Amari CooperCLEvs. PIT
26Diontae JohnsonPITat CLE
27Marquise BrownARIat HOU
28Jordan AddisonMINat DEN
29Rashee RiceKCvs. PHI
30Justin JeffersonMINat DEN
31Chris GodwinTBat SF
32Tyler BoydCINat BAL
33Courtland SuttonDENvs. MIN
34Calvin RidleyJACvs. TEN
35Zay FlowersBALvs. CIN
36Jakobi MeyersLVat MIA
37Jahan DotsonWASvs. NYG
38Gabe DavisBUFvs. NYJ
39Nico CollinsHOUvs. ARI
40Noah BrownHOUvs. ARI
41Jaxon Smith-NjigbaSEAat LAR
42George PickensPITat CLE
43Jerry JeudyDENvs. MIN
44Brandin CooksDALat CAR
45Romeo DoubsGBvs. LAC
46Quentin JohnstonLACat GB
47Jayden ReedGBvs. LAC
48Christian WatsonGBvs. LAC
49Odell Beckham Jr.BALvs. CIN
50Jonathan MingoCARvs. DAL
51Elijah MooreCLEvs. PIT
52Tutu AtwellLARvs. SEA
53Khalil ShakirBUFvs. NYJ
54Rondale MooreARIat HOU
55Curtis SamuelWASvs. NYG
56Michael WilsonARIat HOU
57Josh ReynoldsDETvs. CHI
58Trenton IrwinCINat BAL
59Darnell MooneyCHIat DET
60Robert WoodsHOUvs. ARI
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