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Wide receiver non-PPR rankings for Week 11 fantasy football

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

Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill (10) celebrates with tight end Travis Kelce (87) and running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire (25) after scoring against the Carolina Panthers during the second half at Arrowhead Stadium. Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

Final injury report

The biggest news of the day is that Davante Adams was left off of the final injury report for the Packers. He had a scare after getting in a limited practice session prior to snagging a DNP tag Thursday. Fantasy managers can breathe again.

Just as the Chiefs thought they had gained back their WR2 following two full practice sessions, the team lists Sammy Watkins as questionable on the final injury report. Watkins has been out since Week 5 with a hamstring injury, and it remains what type of role he will have if he does return to the lineup.

The Lions will be in a tough spot Sunday, as Kenny Golladay and Danny Amendola have been formally ruled out. The team will likely call upon a combination of veteran Marvin Jones, rookie Quintez Cepheus (intriguing DFS play) and TE T.J. Hockenson.

Out: Danny Amendola (hip), Kenny Golladay (hip), Laviska Shenault (hamstring), Adam Humphries (concussion)
Doubtful: N/A
Questionable: Dontrelle Inman (hamstring), Isaiah Wright (illness), Allen Lazard (core), Darrius Shepherd (shoulder), Equanimeous St. Brown (knee), Sammy Watkins (hamstring, calf), N’Keal Harry (shoulder), Matt Slater (knee), Kenny Stills (back), Collin Johnson (hamstring)

Thursday injury report

The biggest injury news of the week is bound to be that of Davante Adams. After getting in a limited practice on Wednesday with the ankle injury, he was downgraded and did not participate Thursday. It’s a trend in the wrong direction for 2020’s WR3 in standard scoring formats. Fantasy managers should keep a close eye on the final injury report and be making contingency plans in case Adams sits this contest out. Allen Lazard got in a limited session as he works to return from a groin injury.

Titans wideout AJ Brown didn’t practice Thursday, listed with a knee injury. However, rest days appear to be worked into Brown’s weekly regimen, and he should be fine for Sunday’s game.

Calvin Ridley got in another limited practice session, another move in the right direction toward a Sunday start.

The Lions wide receiver corps is in serious jeopardy for Week 11. After getting in a limited practice session Wednesday as he returns from a hip injury, Kenny Golladay was downgraded to DNP. Marvin Jones and Danny Amendola also did not practice, leaving Detroit with... Marvin Hall? Between these banged up wideouts and a thumb injury to Matthew Stafford, this outing could get ugly.

DNP: Tre’Quan Smith (concussion), Dontrelle Inman (hamstring), Danny Amendola (hip), Marvin Jones (knee), Laviska Shenault (hamstring), Adam Humphries (concussion), Davante Adams (ankle), A.J. Brown (knee)
Limited: Calvin Ridley (foot), Kenny Golladay (hip), Allen Lazard (core), Jerry Jeudy (ankle), Breshad Perriman (shoulder), Vyncint Smith (groin), Collin Johnson (hamstring)
Full: Jamal Agnew (ribs), Sammy Watkins (hamstring), Jarvis Landry (hip), Chris Godwin (finger), Scotty Miller (hip, groin)

Wednesday injury report

Tre’Quan Smith is not yet practicing after suffering a concussion in Week 10 versus the 49ers. Considering that he has yet to practice, we can likely assume he’ll be out for Week 11 — relevant only if you’d be brave enough to start him without Drew Brees to begin with.

There have been some updates for the Lions wideouts as well. Kenny Golladay has been out since Week 8 after suffering a hip injury. He got in a limited practice Wednesday, which could mean he’s trending in the right direction for a start against the Panthers. Unfortunately, Marvin Jones and Danny Amendola each got a DNP tag, which means we’ll have to keep a close eye on them heading into Sunday. Given QB Matthew Stafford’s thumb injury and the banged up receiving corps, this may be an offense to avoid in Week 11 if possible.

Jaguars rookie wideout Laviska Shenault has yet to practice as he works towards a return following a hamstring injury that held him out of Week 10. In his absence, Chris Conley and Keelan Cole combined for 15 targets. We should be prepared for another absence.

Davante Adams was listed as a limited participant on Wednesday with an ankle injury. He left last week’s contest with the injury but eventually returned to the game. Adams himself hasn’t confirmed that he’ll be available for Week 11 but says, “That’s the idea.”

Calvin Ridley is trending in the right direction for a potential return. Tuesday reports noted that he had returned to running and now got in a limited session. His availability would be excellent news for fantasy managers in an exciting divisional matchup against the Saints.

Rookie wideout Jerry Jeudy has once again popped up on the injury report for the second-consecutive week. Last week, it was a shoulder injury that ailed him; this week, he’s listed with an ankle injury. He should be good to go as long as he continues to practice through the week.

DNP: Tre’Quan Smith (concussion), Dontrelle Inman (hamstring), Danny Amendola (hip), Marvin Jones (knee), Kenny Stills (back), Laviska Shenault (hamstring), Adam Humphries (concussion)
Limited: Calvin Ridley (foot), Kenny Golladay (hip), Davante Adams (ankle), Jerry Jeudy (ankle), Breshad Perriman (shoulder), Vyncint Smith (groin), Collin Johnson (hamstring)
Full: Jamal Agnew (ribs), Sammy Watkins (hamstring), Jarvis Landry (hip)

Week 10 brought us plenty of monstrous performances, but there was hardly anything more spectacular than the Hail Mary from Kyler Murray to DeAndre Hopkins to take a last-second lead and win the game.

We saw plenty of surprising names at the top-end of WR scorers this week, including Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Willie Snead and Cole Beasley.

Rookies continue to shine as well, as Steelers WR Chase Claypool scored his ninth touchdown of the season. Bengals wideout Tee Higgins managed his second 100-yard performance on the season as well, currently on pace to post a 1,000 receiving yard season in his rookie year.

Injury news

Fantasy managers should keep an eye on Falcons wideout Calvin Ridley, who’s been out with a foot sprain. He is reportedly running, which is a step in the right direction, but a close eye should be kept on the practice reports through the week.

Kenny Golladay continues to miss practices with a hip injury and appears likely to miss Week 11.

John Brown exited Sunday’s contest with an ankle injury, but does get a bye this week to help rest up. It’s unclear if the Bills expect him to be healthy enough to play after the bye. If he’s not healthy upon return, Cole Beasley continues to be an underrated fill-in.

Bye weeks

The 49ers, Giants, Bears and Bills will be on a bye in Week 11. Fantasy teams will be without two offensive centerpieces, including Stefon Diggs and Allen Robinson. Outside of these studs, there were no players that fantasy managers should be relying on for weekly production.

Streaming options

Christian Kirk, Arizona Cardinals

Kirk had a down performance in Week 10 following a recent stint of production, where he’s quietly ranked as the WR6 in standard scoring formats Weeks 4-9. This week, he’ll face the Seahawks, who continue to lead the league in fantasy points allowed to wide receivers. Kirk nabbed two scores in his last meeting with Seattle and could be set for another one in a TNF matchup with an O/U of 57.5 points.

Travis Fulgham, Philadelphia Eagles

One catch for 8 yards didn’t exactly do the trick for fantasy managers in Week 10, but they should have some hope for this week’s outing against the Browns. Fulgham has seen 12 targets over the last two games and has had a safe floor since his premier in Week 4. The Browns held the Texans receivers in Week 10, but its worth noting that the weather was horrific, and the game was windy. They allowed four touchdowns to wideouts in the two games prior, however. Fulgham has a nice shot to bounce back against this secondary.

Wide receiver non-PPR rankings for Week 4

Rk Name Team Opp
Rk Name Team Opp
1 Tyreek Hill KC @ PHI
2 Davante Adams GB vs PIT
3 D.K. Metcalf SEA @ SF
4 Stefon Diggs BUF vs HOU
5 CeeDee Lamb DAL vs CAR
6 Tyler Lockett SEA @ SF
7 Cooper Kupp LAR vs ARI
8 Justin Jefferson MIN vs CLE
9 DeAndre Hopkins ARI @ LAR
10 D.J. Moore CAR @ DAL
11 Calvin Ridley ATL vs WAS
12 Chris Godwin TB @ NE
13 Adam Thielen MIN vs CLE
14 Terry McLaurin WAS @ ATL
15 Mike Williams LAC vs LV
16 Mike Evans TB @ NE
17 Julio Jones TEN @ NYJ
18 Amari Cooper DAL vs CAR
19 Deebo Samuel SF vs SEA
20 Keenan Allen LAC vs LV
21 Courtland Sutton DEN vs BAL
22 Ja'Marr Chase CIN vs JAC
23 Allen Robinson II CHI vs DET
24 Marquise Brown BAL @ DEN
25 Tee Higgins CIN vs JAC
26 Chase Claypool PIT @ GB
27 A.J. Brown TEN @ NYJ
28 Robert Woods LAR vs ARI
29 Brandin Cooks HOU @ BUF
30 DeVonta Smith PHI vs KC
31 Michael Pittman Jr. IND @ MIA
32 Sterling Shepard NYG @ NO
33 Antonio Brown TB @ NE
34 Marvin Jones Jr. JAC @ CIN
35 JuJu Smith-Schuster PIT @ GB
36 Rondale Moore ARI @ LAR
37 D.J. Chark Jr. JAC @ CIN
38 Brandon Aiyuk SF vs SEA
39 Corey Davis NYJ vs TEN
40 Tyler Boyd CIN vs JAC
41 Robby Anderson CAR @ DAL
42 Tim Patrick DEN vs BAL
43 Kenny Golladay NYG @ NO
44 Odell Beckham Jr. CLE @ MIN
45 Jaylen Waddle MIA vs IND
46 Jakobi Meyers NE vs TB
47 Henry Ruggs III LV @ LAC
48 Cole Beasley BUF vs HOU
49 Darnell Mooney CHI vs DET
50 Christian Kirk ARI @ LAR
51 Laviska Shenault Jr. JAC @ CIN
52 Sammy Watkins BAL @ DEN
53 Nelson Agholor NE vs TB
54 Mecole Hardman KC @ PHI
55 DeVante Parker MIA vs IND
56 Will Fuller V MIA vs IND
57 K.J. Osborn MIN vs CLE
58 Jalen Reagor PHI vs KC
59 Bryan Edwards LV @ LAC
60 Emmanuel Sanders BUF vs HOU
61 Hunter Renfrow LV @ LAC
62 Darius Slayton NYG @ NO
63 Marquez Valdes-Scantling GB vs PIT
64 Quintez Cephus DET @ CHI
65 Zach Pascal IND @ MIA
66 James Washington PIT @ GB
67 Marquez Callaway NO vs NYG
68 Elijah Moore NYJ vs TEN
69 Terrace Marshall Jr. CAR @ DAL
70 A.J. Green ARI @ LAR
71 Gabriel Davis BUF vs HOU
72 Collin Johnson NYG @ NO
73 Dyami Brown WAS @ ATL
74 Quez Watkins PHI vs KC
75 Van Jefferson LAR vs ARI
76 Cedrick Wilson Jr. DAL vs CAR
77 Braxton Berrios NYJ vs TEN
78 Freddie Swain SEA @ SF
79 Amon-Ra St. Brown DET @ CHI
80 Cordarrelle Patterson ATL vs WAS
81 Adam Humphries WAS @ ATL
82 Donovan Peoples-Jones CLE @ MIN
83 Chris Conley HOU @ BUF
84 Demarcus Robinson KC @ PHI
85 Jalen Guyton LAC vs LV
86 Anthony Schwartz CLE @ MIN
87 Devin Duvernay BAL @ DEN
88 Olamide Zaccheaus ATL vs WAS
89 Allen Lazard GB vs PIT
90 Randall Cobb GB vs PIT
91 Deonte Harris NO vs NYG
92 Rashard Higgins CLE @ MIN
93 Kendrick Bourne NE vs TB
94 Trent Sherfield SF vs SEA
95 Kalif Raymond DET @ CHI
96 Chester Rogers TEN @ NYJ
97 Parris Campbell IND @ MIA
98 DeSean Jackson LAR vs ARI
99 Byron Pringle KC @ PHI
100 Scotty Miller TB @ NE
101 Kadarius Toney NYG @ NO
102 Joshua Palmer LAC vs LV
103 Mohamed Sanu Sr. SF vs SEA
104 Tyler Johnson TB @ NE
105 Auden Tate CIN vs JAC
106 Trinity Benson DET @ CHI
107 Anthony Miller HOU @ BUF
108 Chris Hogan NO vs NYG
109 Marquise Goodwin CHI vs DET
110 Greg Ward PHI vs KC
111 Keelan Cole Sr. NYJ vs TEN
112 Preston Williams MIA vs IND
113 Albert Wilson MIA vs IND
114 Mike Thomas CIN vs JAC