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Week 11 Rankings

by Patrick Daugherty
Updated On: November 17, 2019, 11:51 am ET

Week 11 Receivers 

RK

Player

TM

Opp

1

Michael Thomas

NO

@TB

2

Tyreek Hill

KC

@LAC

3

DeAndre Hopkins

HOU

@BAL

4

Mike Evans

TB

NO

5

Amari Cooper

DAL

@DET

6

Julio Jones

ATL

@CAR

7

Chris Godwin

TB

NO

8

Julian Edelman

NE

@PHI

9

Cooper Kupp

LA

CHI

10

John Brown

BUF

@MIA

11

D.J. Chark

JAC

@IND

12

Keenan Allen

LAC

KC

13

D.J. Moore

CAR

ATL

14

Stefon Diggs

MIN

DEN

15

Kenny Golladay

DET

DAL

16

Odell Beckham

CLE

PIT

17

Christian Kirk

ARI

@SF

18

Courtland Sutton

DEN

@MIN

19

Allen Robinson

CHI

@LA

20

Michael Gallup

DAL

@DET

21

Mohamed Sanu

NE

@PHI

22

JuJu Smith-Schuster

PIT

@CLE

23

Robert Woods

LA

CHI

24

Jarvis Landry

CLE

PIT

25

Curtis Samuel

CAR

ATL

26

Calvin Ridley

ATL

@CAR

27

Emmanuel Sanders

SF

ARI

28

Tyrell Williams

OAK

CIN

29

Jamison Crowder

NYJ

@WAS

30

Tyler Boyd

CIN

@OAK

31

Marquise Brown

BAL

HOU

32

Terry McLaurin

WAS

NYJ

33

Mike Williams

LAC

KC

34

Marvin Jones

DET

DAL

35

Deebo Samuel

SF

ARI

36

DeVante Parker

MIA

BUF

37

Sammy Watkins

KC

@LAC

38

Auden Tate

CIN

@OAK

39

Zach Pascal

IND

JAC

40

Kenny Stills

HOU

@BAL

41

Larry Fitzgerald

ARI

@SF

42

Dede Westbrook

JAC

@IND

43

Demaryius Thomas

NYJ

@WAS

44

Cole Beasley

BUF

@MIA

45

Josh Reynolds

LA

CHI

46

Diontae Johnson

PIT

@CLE

47

Chris Conley

JAC

@IND

48

James Washington

PIT

@CLE

49

Russell Gage

ATL

@CAR

50

Hunter Renfrow

OAK

CIN

51

Robby Anderson

NYJ

@WAS

52

Mecole Hardman

KC

@LAC

53

Nelson Agholor

PHI

NE

54

Randall Cobb

DAL

@DET

55

Phillip Dorsett

NE

@PHI

56

Andy Isabella

ARI

@SF

57

Danny Amendola

DET

DAL

58

Taylor Gabriel

CHI

@LA

59

Demarcus Robinson

KC

@LAC

60

Kendrick Bourne

SF

ARI

61

Chester Rogers

IND

JAC

62

Alex Erickson

CIN

@OAK

63

Ted Ginn

NO

@TB

64

Bisi Johnson

MIN

DEN

65

JJ Arcega-Whiteside

PHI

NE

 

WR Notes: Record-breaking Michael Thomas has the best possible Week 11 matchup in the Bucs. … Tyreek Hill, who has only made six appearances, is 17th in raw WR points in standard and 23rd in PPR. … DeAndre Hopkins has 37 catches over his past four games, hitting at least eight each time out. With Will Fuller (hamstring) tentatively due back against the Ravens’ recently-fortified secondary, it is looking like a floor instead of ceiling week for Nuk. …  Even though Mike Evans has rarely been slowed by Marshon Lattimore, his Week 11 outlook is greatly enhanced by Lattimore’s (hamstring) absence. … Fresh off a clinical performance vs. the Vikings, Amari Cooper faces a Lions Defense without answers at cornerback. Detroit has one corner in Pro Football Focus’ top 50, and it’s Darius Slay at No. 50. … Julio Jones is top six either way but whether he has a floor or ceiling week could depend on James Bradberry’s (groin) health. Bradberry practiced Wednesday. … It’s been a lean three weeks for Chris Godwin (186 total yards), but he still managed 29 targets in the process. His usage has not changed. Godwin did appear banged up vs. the Cardinals, while O.J. Howard’s new every-snap role is a theoretical concern. Nevertheless, the Saints’ injured secondary is a plus matchup.

I’m still expecting the Patriots’ cloning of Julian Edelman in the form of Mohamed Sanu to have long-term fantasy effects on Edelman, but the Eagles’ inviting secondary is a no-caution fantasy setup. … Cooper Kupp’s zero-catch Week 11 was inconceivable. Even with Jared Goff Hindenburg-ing over the past month, Kupp should bounce back at home. Chicago’s Buster Skrine is a winnable matchup in the slot. … As Rotoworld’s Ian Hartitz points out, John Brown joins Michael Thomas as 1-of-2 wideouts to clear at least 50 yards every game. The floor is there every week. The Dolphins will be rolling out the red carpet for Brown to reach his ceiling. … As mentioned in the quarterback section, D.J. Chark has played only one quarter with Nick Foles all season and still managed to catch a 35-yard touchdown from the Jags’ $50 million man. Foles has never been afraid to take shots down the field. He will keep Chark’s WR1/2 status percolating. … Increasingly sullen on Twitter, Keenan Allen will be on 11 days rest vs. the Chiefs’ No. 5 by DVOA pass defense. Although he’s been disappointing in the box scores, Allen continues to soak up looks, drawing at least 10 targets three of the past four weeks. 

Finally adding a little ceiling to his floor, D.J. Moore is 16/221 over the past two weeks. Only Tyreek Hill, Mike Evans and Amari Cooper have more yardage in that timespan. A Falcons Defense allowing the seventh most TE fantasy points will do its best to keep Moore hot. … With Adam Thielen largely sidelined the past two weeks, Stefon Diggs has posted a disappointing 4/53/0 line. Now he will draw Chris Harris’ shadow. Diggs has week-winning upside any time he takes the field, but he is a volatile WR2 for Week 11. … Odell Beckham looked every bit a WR1 in Week 10, drawing 12 targets while winning numerous battles with Tre'Davious White. Baker Mayfield simply couldn’t find him, including on what could have been a 75-yard touchdown on the first play from scrimmage. Pittsburgh isn’t exactly an ideal bounce-back environment. … I’m going to chase Christian Kirk’s Week 10 points against a banged up 49ers team. Playing pitch and catch with Kyler Murray last Sunday, Kirk also continued to spend more time on the outside. Just 16.7 percent of his routes have originated from the slot over the past two weeks after that number was 73.6 for games 1-8.  

Courtland Sutton has been looking a little DeAndre Hopkins-ish early in his career, in that he can post WR2 days no matter who is throwing him the ball. As long as the Vikings’ front seven doesn’t completely erase Brandon Allen, Sutton has winnable matchups in the Vikes’ secondary. … Allen Robinson has cleared 60 yards in 7-of-9 appearances but will find himself on Jalen Ramsey Island for Week 11. … Coming off his best game since Week 5, Michael Gallup has a mouthwatering matchup in the Lions. … Kenny Golladay will shoot back up to the WR10-15 range if Matthew Stafford (back) can get cleared. Marvin Jones, WR24-30. … When last we left Mohamed Sanu, he was going 10/81/1 vs. the Ravens. He’s now had the bye week to get further up to speed on the Patriots’ complex offense. The Pats didn’t surrender a second-round pick to make Sanu a Dorsett-ian 3-4 target player. He’s going to Edelman vs. the Eagles’ undermanned secondary. … Erased by Jalen Ramsey last week, we doubt JuJu Smith-Schuster has actually fallen into a three-way target tie with Diontae Johnson and James Washington. He still offers upside as a low-end WR2. … Teams can never quit Jarvis Landry, who is No. 3 in targets (33) over the past three weeks. 

With touchdowns in 3-of-4 games, Curtis Samuel has upped his floor from the WR3 to WR2 realm. … Slightly awakened in Week 10, Marquise Brown has an A+ setup vs. a Texans Defense surrendering the fourth most WR fantasy points in a game with a 50 over/under. … Terry McLaurin’s production has collapsed amidst the Redskins’ quarterback chaos, but the Jets’ woefully-understaffed secondary is ripe for the picking if Dwayne Haskins can deliver even one or two good deep balls. … It’s a good matchup, but Tyrell Williams has not cleared three catches since Week 3. … Jamison Crowder is 21st in receiver targets (34) since Sam Darnold’s return five weeks ago. The Redskins, as you may have heard, stink. … We are almost back where we started with Tyler Boyd, though Ryan Finley is a noticeable downgrade even from Andy Dalton. The Raiders’ already-bad defense is missing slot CB Lamarcus Joyner (hamstring). … With Emmanuel Sanders (ribs) highly questionable, Dante Pettis canceled and Kendrick Bourne terrible, Deebo Samuel might actually approach last week’s 11 targets again. … Whether Kenny Stills is a low-end WR3 or WR4 will depend on Will Fuller’s (hamstring) status. If active, Fuller should slide in somewhere in the WR26-32 range.          

Patrick Daugherty
Patrick Daugherty is a football and baseball writer for Rotoworld.com. He can be found on Twitter .