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Fantasy Football Update 11/18/16: Week 11 Sleeper Picks

Fantasy Football Sleepers and Waiver Wire Picks for Week 11

November 18, 2016

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Week 11 in the NFL is already underway, so it’s time to get those fantasy football lineups solidified ahead of Sunday’s games. With that in mind, let’s examine a few waiver wire and sleeper options out there for this round of games. 

Pittsburgh Steelers Defense: Once upon a time, the Steelers D was a must-own in fantasy. Times have changed, however, and they haven’t put up a double-digit fantasy performance yet this year. 

Fantasy Football Update 11/18/16: Week 11 Sleeper Picks

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That said, the Steelers have a choice matchup this week against the Browns, and if there’s any week they’re poised for a breakout, it’s this one. Pittsburgh is still available in over half the leagues out there, so check them quick. 

Tyreek Hill, WR, Kansas City Chiefs: We’ve talked about Hill a little bit this week as a hot add, and true to form he’s been jumping onto rosters everywhere. He’s coming off a 10.1-point outing against Carolina. 

In the last three weeks, Hill has put up double-digits in three of four outings, highlighted by 16.5 points against Indianapolis. He is the WR to add this week heading into a game against the Bucs. 

CJ Fiedorowicz, TE, Houston Texans: Over the past several weeks, Fiedorowicz has sucked up a ton of targets. He’s got at least five in his last half-dozen outings, with four of those amounting to seven or more. 

Fiedorowicz has put up at least 10.3 fantasy points in three of his last six games, and remains a staple of the Houston offense. He’ll be in Oakland on Monday. 

Eli Rogers, WR, Pittsburgh Steelers: Back to Pittsburgh for a moment; let’s check out Rogers. He’s been playing well over the last two weeks, with 10.3 and 10.2 points respectively in his last pair of outings. 

The Steelers don’t really have a lot of depth behind Antonio Brown at receiver, so Rogers has had to step up a little lately. He’s answered the call with 15 targets, 10 catches, 145 yards and a TD since the bye. 

Robert Woods, WR, Buffalo Bills: We’ll go WR one more time and look at Woods today. He may be out of a lot of owners’ minds coming out of a bye week, but in the appearance before that he managed 10 catches on 13 targets for 162 yards in Seattle. 

Woods is basically the No. 1 receiver in Buffalo right now, and he’s sure to continue seeing a lot of work. The matchup against Cincinnati this week isn’t great, but he’s still a nice pickup right now. 

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