Fantasy Football Early Week 11 Waiver Wire: Christian Watson leads the way, but don’t sleep on these

Fantasy football players have been waiting for a comeback as a must-have option for heads Since they released Karim Hunt in 2018. Clyde Edwards Heller has never lived up to the hype of his first-round pick, and the Chiefs seem to have given him up in Week 10, which could pave the way for not one but two viable starting options to come out. From the background of the presidents in concessions.

Edwards-Helaire played just four of the team’s 49 shots on Sunday, leaving Isiah Pacheco and Jerick McKinnon in a backcourt split. And while this backyard was a mess for fantasy purposes when it was a three-way split, Edwards-Helaire left plenty of room for both Pacheco and McKinnon to put together a decent Fantasy production.

As you’d expect, it was McKinnon who mostly took up the passing role, getting six of the eight passes thrown his way for 56 yards, actually leading the team in goals. Pacheco wasn’t used to a passing game, but he led the team with 82 fast yards on 16 gigs – and they stuck with him despite Pacheco’s fumbling inside Jaguar 10-yard streak, ending the team’s first leadership in a painful fashion.

However, Pacheco got 14 more buggies, while McKinnon was the only other to get back into the team to get a carry on Sunday—he had one for two yards. It hasn’t been a fancy day for Pacheco or McKinnon, and it’s unlikely to be more of a low-end RB2 even if that split continues to move forward. However, they’re more likely to have a fantasy appeal in a two-way split than a trilogy, and that seems to be what we might move forward with.

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If you’re looking to undo the compromises this week, McKinnon will probably be your top pick for Week 11 vs chargers, but he and Pacheco can come in handy and deserve to be added in all tournaments. For what it’s worth if you’re looking for the top side with a longer view, Rashad White It should be the first goal in light of Leonard Fournette’s exit from Sunday’s gamealthough the Bucs have a goodbye at week 11, so there’s no guarantee Fournette will end up in lost time.

We’ve also seen Cooper Cup Leaving Sunday’s game with an ankle injuryLooks like it could be a serious concern going forward. I wrote about that injury and four talented, young wide receivers who can help you make up for Cope’s loss here. However, those of you with Kupp aren’t the only Fantasy players who should look out for this group of young WRs:

Early exemption goals for the eleventh week (add / drop)

Here are the others we’re looking to add before week 11:

Early exemption goals for the eleventh week (add / drop)

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