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2020 Fantasy Football Week 11 Tight End Streaming


Welcome back Fantasy nerds, this time for the 2020 Fantasy Football Week 11 Tight End Streaming article! Time to hunker down as the playoffs approach and make the right decision at tight end.

Hopefully, after the first ten weeks of this article, it has helped you win your matchup and are in position to make a playoff push with only three weeks left in the regular season. For those of you who don’t know what streaming a position means, it means that you don’t have a starting-caliber tight end to start week in and week out or your starting tight end is on a bye.

The teams this week on a bye include the San Francisco 49ers, New York Giants, Chicago Bears, and the Buffalo Bills. So you have to look to the waiver wire and try to find the best matchup possible for that week.

If you pick the right streaming tight end, that could be the difference between you winning your week or losing your week. This week is especially hard with Jordan Reed, Jimmy Graham, and Evan Engram on byes this week.

Now that you know the gist of the article, let’s find you a few tight ends who can help you win your Week 11 matchup.

The 2020 Fantasy Football Week 11 Tight End streamers will highlight TE’s owned in under 50% of’s leagues.

2020 Fantasy Football Week 11 Tight End Streaming

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Logan Thomas, Washington Football Team (13.9% owned)

Logan Thomas is coming off a game in which he had his highest receiving yard total all season. He caught four of six targets for 66 yards against a Lions team who is pretty stingy against opposing tight ends.

He was third on the team in targets last week and has seen 20 targets over his four games. It is also looking like he has a solid relationship with quarterback Alex Smith, as he has seen 12 targets in two that Smith has played in. It bodes well for the running back and tight end position when Alex Smith is the quarterback since he is the check down king. The last time Smith was the starting quarterback for Washington in 2018 he ranked 26th in the NFL in air yards per attempt at 6.2.

The Matchup

The Football Team matches up against the Cincinnati Bengals this weekend. The Bengals have been a favorable matchup against tight ends this season. They have given up the second-most fantasy points to opposing tight at 10.9. This is a juicy matchup for Thomas which is why he is my number one streaming option this week.

Dalton Schultz, Dallas Cowboys (21.2% owned)

Before the bye week, Dalton Schultz was getting more and more involved in the offense with the backup quarterbacks. He saw 15 targets in his last two games while catching 10 of them for 101 yards.

It is sounding like quarterback Andy Dalton should be back this week from the concussion he sustained against Washington three games ago. Dalton is obviously the best option at quarterback so that should help Schultz this week and moving forward.

The Matchup

The Matchup for the Cowboys this week is a solid one. They’re traveling to Minnesota to play the Vikings. The Vikings have given up 7.9 fantasy points to opposing tight ends this season which is middle of the pack. Don’t let that scare you away from Schultz this week as the defense for the Vikings is vulnerable through the air.

Robert Tonyan, Green Bay Packers (44% owned)

I wasn’t expecting to be able to put Robert Tonyan back on this list this season. But his rostered percentage has been tumbling down the last few weeks after he had only seen five targets in his two games. So his fantasy owners are frustrated with him and rightfully so.

It still seems to me that Aaron Rodgers is comfortable throwing him the ball. It just doesn’t seem like he is a big part of the game plan since Davante Adams has returned from injury. But this could be the week that he bounces back.

The Matchup

The matchup isn’t a great one this week against the top defense in the NFL the Indianapolis Colts. They are also the best team at covering the tight ends in the NFL. They are the only team to not give up a touchdown to opposing tight ends.

If you’re playing Tonyan this week you’re hoping that Indianapolis is due to give up a touchdown. I’m not excited to play Tonyan this week, but you might not have any better options. If Logan Thomas or Dalton Schultz are available please pick them up before Tonyan.

Bargain Bin Option

Taysom Hill, New Orleans Saints (2% owned)

You’ll have to check if Taysom Hill is tight end eligible on the platform that you play on, but if he is he may be a steal for your tight end position. Hill rushed eight times last week for 45 yards, and we have also seen him involved in the receiving game as well, three weeks against the Bears he caught a touchdown.

With Drew Brees now sidelined for at least the next two weeks, Hill might see some opportunity to throw the ball as well. We have seen him do it in the past, and if he happens to throw a bomb touchdown, that could make or break your week. With the tight end position being the way it is, he might end up being a waiver wire steal.

The Matchup

The Matchup is an awesome one for the Saints, as they welcome in the Atlanta Falcons – one of the worst defenses in all of the NFL. They give up the most points to opposing tight ends at 12 per game. Yes, I know Hill is not your prototypical tight end, but that’s ok. The Falcons are known to give up big plays, and Hill is a big play waiting to happen.

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About Dylan Clemons

Husband, Father, Fantasy Sports writer, for Fantasy Six Pack. When I’m not writing about Football, I enjoy bowling, golfing, and fishing, and of course having a few beers while doing those things! If you need any Fantasy advice, DM on twitter and ill always answer you back.

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