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Top 75 wide receivers PPR rankings for Week 11 fantasy football

We take you through some of the best wide receivers going in Week 11 for fantasy football, including a few viable streamers.

New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman reacts after scoring a touchdown during the first half against the Cleveland Browns at Gillette Stadium. Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports


I’ve dropped DeAndre Hopkins due to the Ravens cornerbacks health. He’s still a must start, but his upside should be capped.

D.J. Moore keeps inching up my rankings. His lack of touchdowns have kept the hype subdued but he’s have a strong season and now gets a smash matchup.

Marquise Brown is boom or bust but I expect this week he’s more boom than bust, so he gets a bump.

Allen Robinson gets a bump downwards with his matchup with Jalen Ramsey. If Mitch Trubisky wasn’t throwing it, I’d feel better, but alas.

Welcome to Week 11. We’re missing some old friends from our teams, but they’ll come back and hopefully refreshed and ready for the stretch run. We have four teams on bye this week and then four more in Week 12 and then it’s smooth sailing the rest of the way into your fantasy championships, which you will win easily.

Bye Weeks

Green Bay Packers, New York Giants, Seattle Seahawks, Tennessee Titans

WRs on bye: Davante Adams, Golden Tate, Darius Slayton, Tyler Lockett, D.K. Metcalf, A.J. Brown

Injury/Status Report

Emmanuel Sanders: Sanders left MNF early with a rib injury and will get an MRI to gauge the extent. Deebo Samuel stepped up in his place against Seattle.

Brandin Cooks: Cooks won’t play in Week 11 due to his concussion. This news comes early in the week and might portend more missed games moving forward.

Devin Funchess: Funchess appears to be ready to return to practice this week. He likely wouldn’t see a significant workload if he ends up playing.

T.Y. Hilton: Right now, it looks like Hilton will have a tough time playing this week against Jacksonville.

A.J. Green: Green is still considered day-to-day with his knee injury, but after he had swelling in that same knee last week, his prospects don’t seem good for a return to an 0-9 team.

Will Fuller: Fuller returned to his first practice since Week 7. We’ll see how much he practices this week before deeming him ready to go.

Dede Westbrook: After getting the bye week to heal, Westbrook returned to practice. If all goes well, he should play against the Colts.

Marcus Lattimore: Lattimore’s hamstring injury is considered week-to-week, so we shouldn’t expect him to play against the Buccaneers. If that comes true, Mike Evans will have an easier matchup.

James Bradberry/Donte Jackson: The Panthers cornerbacks are hurting and will have trouble getting to 100 percent this week if they play. Julio Jones and Calvin Ridley would benefit.

WR Ranking Tiers

Tier 1

Michael Thomas has only one game where he didn’t catch at least eight passes, which means he has eight or more receptions in eight games this season. With his ability and consistent targets, he’s always the safest play each week. Deandre Hopkins has 11 or more targets in his last four games. The Ravens aren’t the greatest matchup, but he is super safe in PPR leagues due to his usage. Julio Jones might get to take on the Panthers without their top two cornerbacks this week. If they are out entirely, Jones gets a nice bump, but their injuries aren’t going to help them cover Jones. Julian Edelman gets his easiest matchup in a few weeks and should be able to dog walk their secondary.

Tier 2

D.J. Moore is on the cusp of a Tier 1 slot this week against the Falcons. He’s seen an average of ten targets a game over his last four and has back-to-back 100 yard affairs. His touchdown numbers are lacking, but the Falcons are super bad at stopping the pass, and with a hurting secondary, this game could put up big points.

Tier 2 is fraught with tough matchups, but I can’t see Cooper Kupp going catch-less against the Bears, and Kenny Golladay is too good to knock too far down, even if Driskel starts again. Stefon Diggs will have a tough matchup against Chris Harris if Adam Thielen is out still, but his usage should get back up after two down games.

WR Streamers

Mohamed Sanu had a crazy 14 targets with his new team last week, and that doesn’t happen with new Patriot receivers. I think Brady and Belichick are smitten.

If Emmanuel Sanders can’t go against the Cardinals, Deebo Samuel gets a boost, especially after how he played with Sanders out on MNF.

Demaryius Thomas has a low ceiling compared to his workload, but his consistency is worth using against Washington if you need bye-week help.

Wide Receiver PPR Rankings, Week 11

Rank Player Team Opp
Rank Player Team Opp
1 Michael Thomas NO @ TB
2 Tyreek Hill KC @ LAC
3 Mike Evans TB vs NO
4 Chris Godwin TB vs NO
5 Amari Cooper DAL @ DET
6 Julio Jones ATL @ CAR
7 DeAndre Hopkins HOU @ BAL
8 Julian Edelman NE @ PHI
9 D.J. Moore CAR vs ATL
10 Cooper Kupp LAR vs CHI
11 John Brown BUF @ MIA
12 Keenan Allen LAC vs KC
13 D.J. Chark JAC @ IND
14 Stefon Diggs MIN vs DEN
15 Marquise Brown BAL vs HOU
16 Odell Beckham Jr. CLE vs PIT
17 Curtis Samuel CAR vs ATL
18 Courtland Sutton DEN @ MIN
19 Michael Gallup DAL @ DET
20 Kenny Golladay DET vs DAL
21 Terry McLaurin WAS vs NYJ
22 JuJu Smith-Schuster PIT @ CLE
23 Allen Robinson CHI @ LAR
24 Tyrell Williams OAK vs CIN
25 Robert Woods LAR vs CHI
26 Jarvis Landry CLE vs PIT
27 Jamison Crowder NYJ @ WAS
28 Calvin Ridley ATL @ CAR
29 Tyler Boyd CIN @ OAK
30 Mohamed Sanu NE @ PHI
31 Christian Kirk ARI @ SF
32 Sammy Watkins KC @ LAC
33 Zach Pascal IND vs JAC
34 Deebo Samuel SF vs ARI
35 Mike Williams LAC vs KC
36 Devante Parker MIA vs BUF
37 Emmanuel Sanders SF vs ARI
38 Marvin Jones DET vs DAL
39 Dede Westbrook JAC @ IND
40 Phillip Dorsett NE @ PHI
41 Auden Tate CIN @ OAK
42 Kenny Stills HOU @ BAL
43 Robby Anderson NYJ @ WAS
44 Cole Beasley BUF @ MIA
45 Larry Fitzgerald ARI @ SF
46 Josh Reynolds LAR vs CHI
47 Hunter Renfrow OAK vs CIN
48 Demaryius Thomas NYJ @ WAS
49 Ted Ginn NO @ TB
50 Rashard Higgins CLE vs PIT
51 Taylor Gabriel CHI @ LAR
52 Randall Cobb DAL @ DET
53 Russell Gage ATL @ CAR
54 Diontae Johnson PIT @ CLE
55 James Washington PIT @ CLE
56 Chris Conley JAC @ IND
57 Kendrick Bourne SF vs ARI
58 Chester Rogers IND vs JAC
59 Allen Hurns MIA vs BUF
60 Nelson Agholor PHI vs NE
61 Olabisi Johnson MIN vs DEN
62 Mecole Hardman KC @ LAC
63 Tre'Quan Smith NO @ TB
64 Andy Isabella ARI @ SF
65 Trey Quinn WAS vs NYJ
66 Anthony Miller CHI @ LAR
67 Kelvin Harmon WAS vs NYJ
68 Demarcus Robinson KC @ LAC
69 Albert Wilson MIA vs BUF
70 Willie Snead BAL vs HOU
71 Zay Jones OAK vs CIN
72 Steven Sims WAS vs NYJ
73 Danny Amendola DET vs DAL
74 Alex Erickson CIN @ OAK
75 Isaiah McKenzie BUF @ MIA
76 Marcus Johnson IND vs JAC
77 Keelan Cole JAC @ IND
78 Mack Hollins PHI vs NE
79 Miles Boykin BAL vs HOU
80 KeeSean Johnson ARI @ SF
81 Breshad Perriman TB vs NO
82 Jarius Wright CAR vs ATL
83 Jakeem Grant MIA vs BUF
84 DeAndre Carter HOU @ BAL
85 Marquise Goodwin SF vs ARI
86 DaeSean Hamilton DEN @ MIN
87 Laquon Treadwell MIN vs DEN
88 Cordarrelle Patterson CHI @ LAR
89 Marvin Hall DET vs DAL
90 J.J. Arcega-Whiteside PHI vs NE
91 Keke Coutee HOU @ BAL
92 Seth Roberts BAL vs HOU
93 Jordan Matthews PHI vs NE
94 N'Keal Harry NE @ PHI
95 Steven Mitchell Jr. HOU @ BAL
96 Andre Patton LAC vs KC
97 Vyncint Smith NYJ @ WAS
98 Justin Hardy ATL @ CAR
99 Tavon Austin DAL @ DET
100 Robert Foster BUF @ MIA
101 Marcell Ateman OAK vs CIN
102 Richie James SF vs ARI
103 Pharoh Cooper ARI @ SF