Fantasy Football Value Adds Week 11

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Fantasy Football Value Adds Week 11

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Fantasy Football Value Adds Week 11

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1. Cole Kmet, TE Chicago Bears 

The star of the value fantasy pickups this week is Cole Kmet. Justin Fields has been playing like a top 10 quarterback this season. The beneficiary from Fields’ success has been the 2020 second round pick from Notre Dame. Kmet has 13 catches for 115 receiving yards and four touchdowns in the last two games. This week’s matchup is against the Atlanta Falcons who are ranked 26th against quarterbacks and 25th against tight ends. This is a dream scenario for fantasy owners in need of a tight end and a must start in due to the Bears matchup.

*Available in 42.1% of ESPN fantasy leagues

2. Rachaad White, RB Tampa Bay Buccaneers 

There was speculation that there was a running back battle happening in Tampa Bay early on in the year that never manifested. Rachaad White is a talented rookie running back that hasn’t seen the field much due to the play of Leonard Fournette. The past week could be the opening performance of a fantasy star for the remainder of the season. White rushed 22 times for 105 yards against the Seattle Seahawks. If White continues to get the bulk of carries and gets touchdowns, he will be a lock running back two option. He is available in the majority of fantasy leagues, so fantasy owners should buy low and watch how White performs after Tampa Bay’s bye week.

*Available in 68.1% of ESPN fantasy leagues

 

3. Parris Campbell, WR Indianapolis Colts

Surprisingly, no one seems to be discussing the play of Paris Campbell. There have been some ups and downs, but Campbell should be rostered to 12+ team leagues. When Matt Ryan is playing, Paris Campbell seems to have a big game that consists of touchdowns since week six. The Philadelphia Eagles have a top five offense and defense, so expect for Ryan to have to throw the ball often to keep up. Fantasy owners in need of a flex option should highly consider adding the Colts pass catcher as he is primed for a big day.

*Available in 63.2% of ESPN fantasy leagues

 

4. Isaiah Likely, TE Baltimore Ravens

The tight end position has been one of if not the most inconsistent positions this year in fantasy if you don’t have a top three player. When looking for a tight end to play it’s important to look at matchup and recent success. Isaiah Likely checks both of those boxes if Mark Andrew’s doesn’t play. Lamar Jackson loves throwing the football to the tight end and is developing cohesiveness with Likely. In the past two weeks, Likely has 12 targets, over 100 yards receiving, and two touchdowns. Fantasy owners need to add Likely for this week against an average Carolina defense. 

*Available in 79.9% of ESPN fantasy leagues

 

5. Rams D/ST

The Los Angeles Rams against the New Orleans Saints will be one of the worst games this week. There will be sacks, turnovers, defensive touchdowns, and big plays on special teams due to the inconsistency of both teams. Andy Dalton has played in seven games and has thrown seven interceptions. Statistically, the numbers are in favor of Dalton throwing at least one interception on Sunday. If you rotate defenses every week the Rams should be on your watchlist if the Saints defenses aren’t available. This game will be an ugly one where defenses will thrive in fantasy.

*Available in 64.4% of ESPN fantasy leagues

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