Our weekly fantasy football waiver wire takes a look at the top pickups for Week 11 of the NFL season. Many of these players are still available in a majority of leagues and could have an immediate impact on your fantasy roster. Others might be worth stashing on your bench, or are simply just players to add to your watch list. If you have any waiver wire questions, feel free to post them in our Fantasy Football Forum.

Running Backs

Kenneth Dixon BAL | RB

At this point it looks like we might have a changing of the guard at the running back position for the Ravens and I think Dixon is the guy to own moving forward. Terrance West will still very much be involved and it will probably be close to a 50/50 split moving forward, but I think Dixon has more big play potential. The rookie looks to be 100% healthy and I fully expect him to have some big games down the stretch. (about 20% owned)
Recommendation: Should be added in all leagues

C.J. Prosise SEA | RB

I was shocked to see how few leagues Prosise was owned in. I know Thomas Rawls is coming back, but there is a chance that the rookie ends up being the most valuable fantasy running back on the Seahawks. Even if Rawls comes back Week 11 I doubt they will just throw him into a full workload, so Prosise should at least have some short term value. (about 40% owned)
Recommendation: Should be added in all leagues

Rob Kelley WAS | RB

The Redskins pulled off a huge win against the Vikings Week 10 and Kelley played well and didn’t fumble the ball. At this point he is the Redskins starting running back and he needs to be owned in all leagues. Unless he starts putting the ball on the ground I expect Kelley to be the starter for the rest of the way. (about 50% owned)
Recommendation: Should be added in all leagues

James Starks GB | RB

Starks has had many chances over his career to show us what he can do and he has never been all that great. However, he is the starting running back on a high powered offense and he should see plenty of touches for the rest of the season. For that reason he is a must add in all leagues since he has huge touchdown potential each week on that offense. (about 30% owned)
Recommendation: Should be added in all leagues

Thomas Rawls SEA | RB

C.J. Prosise looked great Week 10 against the Patriots and at this point it looks like it’s his job to lose. Christine Michael’s handle on the starting job had already been slipping and with the return or Rawls he could now be the third running back on the depth chart. I expect Rawls to come back Week 11 and be a high upside handcuff to Prosise. There is even a chance that Rawls takes over the job if he is able to prove that he is 100% healthy. (about 45% owned)
Recommendation: Should be added in deeper leagues

Bilal Powell NYJ | RB

Powell continues to have a weekly role for the Jets and I am surprised how many leagues he is still available in. He is one of the higher upside handcuffs in the league and if Matt Forte were to go down I think he would see close to another ten touches a week. Powell is a great guy to add to your bench for some weekly flex potential and a high overall upside if given the chance to start. (about 45% owned)
Recommendation: Should be added in all deeper leagues

Wide Receivers

Rishard Matthews TEN | WR

Not sure how many touchdowns Matthews has to score before the fantasy world takes notice. He has six touchdowns over the last six weeks and he is clearly Marcus Mariota’s favorite target. The Tennessee offense seems to be clicking on all cylinders and there will be plenty of fantasy points to go around on that team moving forward. (about 55% owned)
Recommendation: Should be added in all leagues

Cameron Meredith CHI | WR

Alshon Jeffery owners just received some tough news that he will be suspended for the next four games after failing a drug test. This leaves the Bears thin at receiver and Meredith is by far their best option for moving the ball through the air. Eddie Royal will factor in as well if he can stay healthy, but Meredith could have some awesome short term value over the next month. (about 35% owned)
Recommendation: Should be added in all leagues

Kenny Britt LA | WR

Britt’s solid season continued Week 10 with another seven catches for 109 yards. I know it’s hard to trust that Rams passing game, but Britt continues to be a consistent part of that offense. Britt has some nice matchups coming up and he is worth an add if you are looking for some wide receiver help. (about 60% owned)
Recommendation: Should be added in all leagues

Michael Floyd ARI | WR

All it took for Floyd to have a game over 100 receiving yards was getting benched by the coaching staff. Floyd had his best game of the season Week 10 and after the terrible performance from J.J. Nelson it’s possible that Floyd has won his job back. Larry Fitzgerald is dealing with a knee injury and if that proves to be serious then Floyd could have huge value. (about 50% owned)
Recommendation: Should be added in deeper leagues

Eli Rogers PIT | WR

At this point it looks like Rogers has the number two wide receiver job for the Steelers and he should continue to have value as long as he can hold onto that job. Over the last two week he has 15 targets almost 150 receiving yards and a score. It looks like he and Big Ben are starting to get more on the same page and I like his upside Week 11 against the Browns. (about 15% owned)
Recommendation: Should be added in deeper leagues

Devin Funchess CAR | WR

Funchess was on everyone’s sleeper list coming into the season, but he hasn’t lived up to the hype. However, there are signs of him breaking out of his slump. He has been consistently average or above average during his last few games and with a matchup against the Saints Week 11 he could be a solid spot start if you need a receiver. (about 15% owned)
Recommendation: Should be added in deeper leagues

Quarterbacks

Colin Kaepernick SF | QB

Kap has looked solid as of late and the rushing yards have proven to be a nice fantasy asset for the 49ers signal caller. He has had back to back solid performances and he will be asked to do a lot again against the Patriots Week 11. It’s time to start putting him in the QB1 decision from week to week at this point. (about 15% owned)
Recommendation: Worth a look as a pickup and play

Tight End

Eric Ebron DET | TE

If Ebron can stay healthy then he could easily be a top ten tight end down the stretch. The Lions are coming off of their bye and Ebron should be as healthy as he has been all season. He averaged nine targets a game over his last two games and I expect that trend to continue moving forward. (about 60% owned)
Recommendation: Should be added in all leagues

Ladarius Green PIT | TE

Green returned Week 10 and he hauled in three of his four targets for 30 yards. There was a reason why everyone was excited about Green going to Pittsburgh during the off-season and he is healthy just in time for the fantasy playoffs. I wouldn’t run out and grab Green in all leagues just yet, but if you need tight end help then I like him as a high upside add. (about 15% owned)
Recommendation: Should be added in deeper leagues

Defenses

Oakland OAK | DEF

The Oakland D has been steady all season in terms of fantasy and I like them coming off a bye at home against Houston. The Texans offense as been mediocre at best and I fully expect them to put up some solid fantasy points. They have yet to score a defensive touchdown and at point I say they are due. (about 35% owned)
Recommendation: Worth a look as a pickup and play