Week 11 Fantasy WR PPR Rankings

We’re on to Week 11, and in PPR leagues especially, we have to identify wide receivers who get cheap, easy targets or defenses that give up a lot of cheap, easy catches. That’s just what we’re aiming to do in our Week 11 fantasy WR PPR rankings, where you’ll find some season-long disappointments in the “sleepers tier” thanks to favorable matchups.

Byes take away the WR1, Cooper Kupp, in addition to Courtland Sutton, Jerry Jeudy, Tim Patrick, Van Jefferson, and Odell Beckham Jr., but Ja’Marr Chase, Tee Higgins, Brandin Cooks, and more are back to carry some of the burden for the position as a whole. We’ll see if any of the receivers who have been hampered by injuries in recent weeks (DeAndre Hopkins, Antonio Brown, etc.) can make return to the field, too.

WEEK 11 PPR RANKINGS:
Quarterback | Running back | Tight end | D/ST | Kicker

Chase and Higgins (@ Raiders) go against a top defense at stopping fantasy WRs, but Chase remains a must-start. You’re probably also starting Higgins unless you have a super talented WR corps. The same goes for a few other top-flight WRs in tough spots, including Justin Jefferson and Adam Thielen (vs. Packers), Michael Pittman (@ Bills), and Diontae Johnson (@ Chargers). Hunter Renfrow (vs. CIN) is also still in play in PPR leagues.

WEEK 11 STANDARD RANKINGS:
Quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | Kicker

Call us crazy, but we have DeVonta Smith (vs. Saints) ranked as a high-end this week. Yes, he’s been a letdown in the past, but the matchup can’t get much better and he’s on a real hot streak. New Orleans is a bottom-five team against fantasy WRs, and Philadelphia will likely be forced to pass given the elite defensive front in New Orleans. Rashod Bateman (@ Bears) and Elijah Moore (vs. Dolphins) look mighty attractive this week, too. If you have one or more of the three rookie wideouts, you’re probably in a good spot this week.

Marcus Johnson (vs. Texans) looks like the Titans’ No. 2 WR with Julio Jones (hamstring) on IR, so he might be a sneaky upside play this week, too, but he’s far from the only “long-shot” play who could come through. Michael Gallup (@ Chiefs), Robby Anderson (@ Washington), and Jamison Crowder (vs. Dolphins) also have upside thanks to favorable matchups. Obviously, all come with varying degrees of risks, floors, and ceilings, but they can work as at least flexes.

If you’re looking for some slightly “safer” borderline plays, you can try Jakobi Meyers (@ Falcons), Brandon Aiyuk (@ Jaguars), Christian Kirk and A.J. Green (@ Seahawks), Sterling Shepard, Kadarius Toney and Kenny Golladay (@ Buccaneers), and Darnell Mooney and Allen Robinson (vs. Ravens). As much as you might hate some of those players for the duds they’ve produced while in your lineups, they all face defenses who entered Week 10 in the top 10 in terms of fantasy points per game allowed to WRs.

We’re avoiding Russell Gage (vs. Patriots), Tyler Boyd (@ Raiders), Ray-Ray McCloud (@ Chargers), and T.Y. Hilton (Buffalo). None are dependable to begin with, and extremely tough matchups make them virtually unplayable. Laviska Shenault (vs. 49ers) and Marvin Jones (@ 49ers) were hot names coming into the season, but they haven’t done enough to play them in PPR with any sort of confidence, even in a good matchup. Jamal Agnew probably has the most upside of any Jags receiver right now.

Watch out for injury updates throughout the week, as many banged-up players will impact these rankings.

Note: We’ll be updating these WR rankings as needed throughout the week, so check back for the latest changes and analysis.

​Fantasy WR PPR Rankings Week 11: Who to start at wide receiver

Rankings based on full-point PPR scoring

Packers @ Vikings

Bills vs. Colts

Chiefs vs. Cowboys

Cardinals @ Seahawks

Ravens @ Bears

Titans vs. Texans

49ers @ Jaguars

Cowboys @ Chiefs

Texans @ Titans

Buccaneers vs. Giants

Bengals @ Raiders

Cowboys @ Chiefs

Washington @ Panthers

Seahawks vs. Cardinals

Chargers vs. Steelers

Eagles vs. Saints

Buccaneers vs. Giants

Panthers vs. Washington

Steelers @ Chargers

Vikings vs. Packers

Dolphins @ Jets

Buccaneers vs. Giants

Bills vs. Colts

Vikings vs. Packers

Chargers vs. Steelers

Seahawks vs. Cardinals

Giants @ Buccaneers

Ravens @ Bears

Bills vs. Colts

Patriots @ Falcons

Bengals @ Raiders

49ers @ Jaguars

Giants @ Buccaneers

Browns vs. Lions

Jets vs. Dolphins

Colts @ Bills

37 Hunter Renfrow, LV vs. CIN
38 Christian Kirk, ARI @ SEA
39 Elijah Moore, NYJ vs. MIA
40 Darnell Mooney, CHI vs. BAL
41 Kenny Golladay, NYG @ TB
42 Michael Gallup, DAL @ KC
43 A.J. Green, ARI @ SEA
44 Allen Robinson, CHI vs. BAL
45 Jamal Agnew, JAX vs. SF
46 Marcus Johnson, TEN vs. HOU
47 Tre’Quan Smith, NO @ PHI
48 Robby Anderson, CAR vs. WAS
49 Ray-Ray McLoud, PIT @ LAC
50 Donovan Peoples-Jones, CLE vs. DET
51 Marvin Jones, JAX vs. SF
52 Jamison Crowder, NYJ vs. MIA
53 Deonte Harris, NO @ PHI
54 T.Y. Hilton, IND @ BUF
55 Allen Lazard, GB @ MIN
56 Russell Gage, ATL vs. NE
57 Nico Collins, HOU @ TEN
58 Tyler Boyd, CIN @ LV
59 Quez Watkins, PHI vs. NO
60 Laviska Shenault Jr., JAX vs. SF
61 DeSean Jackson, LV vs. CIN
62 Marquez Callaway, NO @ PHI
63 Gabriel Davis, BUF vs. IND
64 Kalif Raymond, DET @ CLE
65 Kendrick Bourne, NE @ ATL
66 Amon-Ra St. Brown, DET @ CLE
67 Sammy Watkins, BAL @ CHI
68 Darius Slayton, NYG @ TB
69 Rondale Moore, ARI @ SEA
70 Mecole Hardman, KC vs. DAL
71 Randall Cobb, GB @ MIN
72 Marquez Valdes-Scantling, GB @ MIN
73 Nelson Agholor, NE @ ATL
74 Olamide Zaccheaus, ATL vs. NE
75 Chris Conley, HOU @ TEN
76 Tajae Sharpe, ATL vs. NE
77 Demarcus Robinson, KC vs. DAL
78 Bryan Edwards, LV vs. CIN
79 Rashard Higgins, CLE vs. DET
80 K.J. Osborn, MIN vs. GB
81 Adam Humphries, WAS @ CAR
82 Zach Pascal, IND @ BUF
83 Byron Pringle, KC vs. DAL
84 Jalen Guyton, LAC vs. PIT
85 Zay Jones, LV vs. CIN
86 Dante Pettis, NYG @ TB
87 DeAndre Carter, WAS @ CAR
88 Freddie Swain, SEA vs. ARI
89 Josh Gordon, KC vs. DAL

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