Fantasy Football Week 11 Wire Waiver: Hurry to get Rhamondre Stevenson, Jeff Wilson and Latavius ​​Murray

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Fantasy administrators are dealing with three more serious injuries this week after Aaron Jones (knee), Cordarrelle Patterson (ankle) and Elijah Mitchell (finger) were injured in Week 10. That means you could be fighting for replacement wires from the resignation wire.

Now, if for some reason AJ Dillon (86 percent listed) is available, add him in all the links. He has a top five advantage while Jones is out, which should be 1-2 weeks.

The situation in Atlanta is not as clear on the back field as Mike Davis (80 percent) and Wayne Gallman (3 percent) are likely to share touches with Patterson out. There is no schedule for his absence, but he is not expected to play Thursday night against the Patriots.

And in San Francisco, we’re probably looking at Jeff Wilson (30 percent) instead of Mitchell, though it’s unclear whether Mitchell will come out in Week 11 at Jacksonville. If Wilson were to start, he would be an indispensable guardian in all leagues.

We’ll get into the replacements in Green Bay and Atlanta below, as well as other running backs that could be useful Fantasy options. And of course we’ll have choices for you at every position in what should be a busy week on the resignation wire, especially with the Rams and Broncos goodbye.

Week 11 Waivers

  • Injuries: Kyler Murray (ankle), Tua Tagovailoa (finger), Baker Mayfield (knee), Ben Roethlisberger (illness), Jared Goff (oblique), Colt McCoy (chest) and Zach Wilson (knee).
  • Goodbye: Matthew Stafford and Teddy Bridgewater
  • Remove candidates: Matt Ryan (89 percent listed), Teddy Bridgewater (69 percent) and Trevor Lawrence (54 percent). Ryan could be without Cordarrelle Patterson (ankle) and Calvin Ridley (personal), and that makes it hard to trust him, especially in Week 11 against the Patriots. … Bridgewater is not worth keeping during his farewell in Week 11. He has also scored 17 Fantasy points or less in three of his past four games. … Lawrence only has two games this season with more than 20 Fantasy points, and he probably won’t be a reliable Fantasy option in one-receiver leagues this year.

RENUNCIATION CAT

Running Backs

  • Injuries: Alvin Kamara (knee), Aaron Jones (knee), Elijah Mitchell (finger), Cordarrelle Patterson (ankle), Saquon Barkley (ankle), Devontae Booker (hip), Nick Chubb (disease), Kareem Hunt (calf), Damien Harris (concussion), Brandon Bolden (hip), Chase Edmonds (ankle), Derrick Henry (foot), Miles Sanders (ankle), Chris Carson (neck), Clyde Edwards-Helaire (knee), Jamaal Williams (thigh), Latavius Murray (ankle), Malcolm Brown (quadruple), Damien Williams (knee) and Justin Jackson (quadruple).
  • Goodbye: Darrell Henderson, Sony Michel, Melvin Gordon and Javonte Williams.
  • Check if available: AJ Dillon (86 percent listed), Zack Moss (86 percent), Devontae Booker (81 percent), Mike Davis (80 percent) and Miles Sanders (77 percent). Dillon should be added in all leagues where available, and he is a first-five running back as long as Aaron Jones (knee) is away. … Moss scored against the Jets for his first touchdown since Week 4, and hopefully he rolls again. He is a weekly flexibility in all leagues. … Booker, if healthy, could start again for the Giants in Week 11 if Saquon Barkley (ankle) can’t play. Booker has scored at least 14 PPR points in each of his past three games with Barkley out. … Davis has been bad lately with two PPR points or less in three of his past four games, but he could be needed now with Cordarrelle Patterson (ankle) out. More on this below. … Sanders is allowed to return in Week 11, so you may want to keep him now where available. When healthy, he should be a quality No. 2 Fantasy running back in all leagues.
  • Remove candidates: Adrian Peterson (82 percent listed), Khalil Herbert (59 percent) and Jamaal Williams (54 percent). Maybe this is the week that Peterson takes off with a strong matchup against Houston, but I’d rather gamble on D’Onta Foreman. More on this below. … Herbert took a back seat to David Montgomery when he returned from his knee injury in Week 9, and the only reason to hide Herbert is now like a handcuff. … Williams didn’t play in Week 10 at Pittsburgh after the Lions had a farewell in Week 9, so he may not be close to returning. He also scored seven PPR points or less in four games in a row.

RENUNCIATION CAT

Wide Receivers

  • Injuries: CeeDee Lamb (arm), DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring), Cordarrelle Patterson (ankle), Chase Claypool (toe), Calvin Ridley (personal), Antonio Brown (ankle), Julio Jones (hamstring), Sterling Shepard (quadruple), DeVante Parker (shoulder), Will Fuller (finger) and Curtis Samuel (groin).
  • Goodbye: Cooper Kupp, Odell Beckham, Van Jefferson, Jerry Jeudy, Courtland Sutton and Tim Patrick.
  • Check if available: Brandon Aiyuk (80 percent listed), Van Jefferson (70 percent) and Corey Davis (66 percent). Aiyuk didn’t have a great game in Week 10 against the Rams with three catches for 26 yards on four goals, but I still want to list him. He has had 15 goals in his two previous games, and I hope he can have a strong end to the season. … Jefferson struggled in Week 10 in the first game without Robert Woods (ACL) with three catches for 54 yards, but he had seven goals, as well as unfortunately dropping a touchdown. He now has at least six goals in four games in a row, and I hope Jefferson will continue to have a prominent role even with Odell Beckham now in Los Angeles. … Davis came back after a two-game absence with a hip injury and did well for the Jets against the Bills with five catches for 93 yards on seven goals. He should be the best receiver for the Jets when healthy, but watch out for what happens with Mike White and Zach Wilson at quarterback as that could affect Davis going forward.
  • Remove candidates: Courtland Sutton (96 percent listed), Marvin Jones (89 percent), Julio Jones (82 percent), AJ Green (70 percent) and Tim Patrick (68 percent). It’s time to move on from Sutton and Patrick during their farewell. Sutton is harder to drop, but he is combined for just 15 PPR points in four games with Jerry Jeudy on the field. … Marvin Jones has had one game with more than eight PPR points since Week 3 and is no longer worth listing. … Julio Jones is on an injured reserve, so unless you have an IR point, it’s time to drop him. He has yet to win a touchdown this year. … Green has had one touchdown since Week 4, and it’s hard to trust him with Kyler Murray (ankle) injured. There are also plenty of mouths to feed in Arizona, and the Cardinals are fired in Week 12.

  • Injuries: Rob Gronkowski (back), Dallas Goedert (concussion), Logan Thomas (hamstring), Ricky Seals-Jones (hip) and Jonnu Smith (shoulder).
  • Goodbye: Noah Fant and Tyler Higbee
  • Check if available: Hunter Henry (77 percent listed) and Tyler Higbee (75 percent). Henry had another big outing in Week 10 against Cleveland, and it helped that Jonnu Smith (shoulder) was out. Henry caught four passes for 37 yards and two touchdowns on four goals, and he now has seven touchdowns in his past seven games. … Higbee is worth adding his farewell if you need a tight end because the Rams are still running through the injury of Robert Woods (ACL). In the first game without Woods, Higbee had three catches for 20 yards and a touchdown on five goals in San Francisco.
  • Remove candidates: Jared Cook (67 percent). Cook has had one touchdown since Week 5 and has scored four PPR points or less in two of his past three games. He also has a tough next schedule against Pittsburgh, Denver and Cincinnati in his next three games.

  • Dolphins (53 percent listed) at NYJ

    Panthers (61 percent listed) against WERE

    49ers (46 percent listed) at JAC

    Packers (60 percent listed) at MIN

    Chargers (26 percent listed) against PIT

  • Nick Folk (63 percent listed) at ATL

    Randy Bullock (38 percent listed) against HOU

    Zane Gonzalez (32 percent listed) against WAS

    Jason Sanders (38 percent listed) at NYJ

    Robbie Gould (14 percent listed) at JAC

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