Fantasy FAAB Picks Week 11: Top Waiver Wire Suggestions Include Keaton Mitchell, Ty Chandler, and Noah Brown

It's time to set our fantasy football waiver wire claims in Week 11! Who are the top options to spend your FAAB on this week?

We are now officially into Week 11 of the 2023 NFL season. Who should you be looking to spend significant FAAB on this week, and who should you be looking to let others in your league go after? Let’s break down the top waiver wire options this week and who to add to help better your fantasy football roster.

Week 11 Fantasy FAAB Picks and Advice

Quarterbacks

Jordan Love, Green Bay Packers: Love has not been particularly impressive on the field, but he’s consistently hovering around the QB15 range in fantasy ranking at the end of the week and he has a great matchup ahead of him in Week 11 against the Los Angeles Chargers. If you’re in a pinch, he’s a top option.

FAAB recommendation: 2%

Russell Wilson, Denver Broncos: While it’s certainly a bit of a risk tying yourself to this Denver offense, the Minnesota Vikings are allowing the 13th most fantasy points to opposing QBs this season. After a surprise win against the Buffalo Bills in Monday Night Football, he’s a decent streaming option if you’re in a pinch.

FAAB recommendation: 2%

The Best of the Rest: Matthew Stafford (LAR), Aidan O’Connell (LV): 1% FAAB bid recommendation

Running Backs

Ty Chandler, Minnesota Vikings: Chandler hasn’t shown anything so far this season to indicate that he’s going to be a top-tier option now that he’s penciled in as the starter for Week 11 against the Denver Broncos with Alexander Mattison in the concussion protocol. However, starting options are hard to come by right now, and he’ll be in consideration for a Flex play.

FAAB recommendation: 5%

Devin Singletary, Houston Texans: What a performance from Singletary in Week 10 against the Cincinnati Bengals with 150 rushing yards. If we knew that this backfield was going to be solely his moving forward, Singletary would be a priority add.

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However, with Dameon Pierce still in this offense, we have no clear picture of what Singletary’s workload will be moving forward. He’s worth rostering as a depth option at the very least.

FAAB recommendation: 5%

Zach Charbonnet, Seattle Seahawks: Charbonnet looked like he was potentially taking over this backfield the past two weeks, but we saw starter Kenneth Walker III re-emerge as the main option in Week 10.

Charbonnet holds immense value as an insurance RB due to his upside if Walker were to miss time.

FAAB recommendation: 3%

Keaton Mitchell, Baltimore Ravens: There’s no denying the explosiveness and big-play ability of Mitchell. Attached to one of the league’s best offenses right now, there’s an opportunity for Mitchell to start to see consistent opportunity. Additionally, his role is rumored to expand here in future weeks.

FAAB recommendation: 3%

Tyjae Spears, Tennessee Titans: Spears hasn’t done enough to be viewed as a consistent starting option this season, but he holds value as an insurance option for fantasy managers who are starting RB Derrick Henry. Pick up Spears and stash him if you have the space.

FAAB recommendation: 3%

The Best of the Rest: Leonard Fournette (BUF), Rico Dowdle (DAL), Jaleel McLaughlin (DEN), Ezekiel Elliott (NE): All below 5% FAAB recommendation

Wide Receivers

Brandin Cooks, Dallas Cowboys: Cooks has been a top-24 WR in fantasy football in three of the past four games, and he’s coming off of a monstrous performance in Week 10 against the New York Giants. He’s not going to be an option you can pick up and play as a top-30 option this week, but this level of production can’t continue to sit on your waiver wire.

FAAB recommendation: 8%

Noah Brown, Houston Texans: Stroud is playing like a top-tier NFL QB — not just a rookie — right now, and Brown’s been one of the biggest beneficiaries the past two weeks. He’ll have some target competition with WR Nico Collins likely returning to the lineup here soon, but the potential upside is too much to let him sit on your waiver wire.

FAAB recommendation: 8%

Demario Douglas, New England Patriots: The Patriots’ offense continues to look worse and worse every single week, but Douglas is producing and providing a high floor for fantasy managers. He’s on bye this week, but he’s worth picking up now and stashing to play in Week 12.

FAAB recommendation: 5%

The Best of the Rest: Elijah Moore (CLE), Michael Wilson (ARI), Jayden Reed (GB), and Khalil Shakir (BUF): All below 5% FAAB recommendation

Tight Ends

Pat Freiermuth, Pittsburgh Steelers: Freiermuth is eligible to return off of injured reserve this week, and this Pittsburgh passing attack needs his reliable receiving ability over the middle of the field. He may not be starting right away in this matchup against the Cleveland Browns, but we know his talent level is worth adding to your roster.

FAAB recommendation: 5%

The Best of the Rest: Luke Musgrave (GB), Tyler Conklin (NYJ), Michael Mayer (LV), and Chigoziem Okonkwo (TEN): All below 5% FAAB recommendation.

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