2022 Fantasy Football Week 11 Stock Up/Stock Down

by Dennis Sosic
2022 Fantasy Football Week 11 Stock Up/Stock Down

Welcome Fantasy friends and foes to the 2022 Fantasy Football Week 11 Stock Up/Stock Down.

Here's hoping that Week 10 treated you well. Heading into Week 11, fantasy managers should continue to work the Waiver Wire and, more importantly, look to trade to upgrade their roster. Target the players whose stock is rising and sell off your disappointing players.

Here is a list of players that can provide ammunition for players to move in the 2022 Fantasy Football Week 11 Stock Up/Stock Down.

2022 Fantasy Football Week 11 Stock Up/Stock Down

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Stock Up

Matt Ryan, QB, Indianapolis Colts

The Sam Ehlinger era came to a merciful end in Indianapolis. While the shocking hiring of Jeff Saturday made the headlines, Saturday was at least smart enough not to listen to Jim Irsay and insert Matt Ryan back in the lineup. Ryan returned with a vengeance going 21-of-28 pass attempts for 222 and a score while rushing for 38 yards and a rushing touchdown. The Matt Ryan stock is at its highest in an extended period.

Rachaad White, RB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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One of the biggest Week 10 winners is Tampa Bay Buccaneers rookie running back Rachaad White. White will probably be the most added player on this week's Waiver Wire, even though he is on bye in Week 11. White got the start over Leonard Fournette and led the team with 22 carries, producing 105 rushing yards. So the lead role in the Bucs offense now belongs to Rachaad White.

Christian Watson, WR, Green Bay Packers

Christian Watson finally displayed why the Green Bay Packers selected the wide receiver in the second round of the 2022 NFL Draft. Watson produced multiple splash plays on his way to 107 receiving yards and three touchdowns. With Romeo Doubs and Randall Cobb out of the lineup, Watson became a trusted option for Aaron Rodgers.

Cole Kmet, TE, Chicago Bears

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Cole Kmet did it again. After producing a TE1 finish in Week 9 with 41 yards and two scores, Kmet and Justin Fields continue to shine in the Chicago Bears offense. Kmet had four receptions on seven targets for 74 yards, two touchdowns, and another TE1 finish. He didn't score a touchdown last season but has scored five touchdowns through 11 weeks this season.

Kmet is now the TE7 in the season, and his stock continues to rise.

Stock Down

Russell Wilson, QB, Denver Broncos

Russell Wilson arrived in Denver to cure the team's ills at quarterback. However, Wilson has only added to the dysfunction of the Broncos' offense. The eye test shows Father Time has caught up with Wilson and the offense sputters weekly. In addition, the Broncos are the lowest-scoring team in the league.

Wilson has produced only one top-ten finish this season and is currently the QB22 for fantasy managers. Quite the disappointment in Denver and fantasy managers.

Kareem Hunt, RB, Cleveland Browns

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Kareem Hunt came into this season being the 1B to the 1A being Nick Chubb. However, this season has been the Nick Chubb season which has firmly put Hunt on the outside looking in. After an RB6 finish in Week 1, Hunt has failed to produce better than an RB21 finish. His numbers are down across the board, and the fact that he was not moved by the Trade Deadline was shocking.

Diontae Johnson, WR, Pittsburgh Steelers

It is pretty challenging to trust any weapon in the Pittsburgh Steelers offense. With Kenny Pickett experiencing growing pains as he learns the life of an NFL quarterback, the Steelers offense has averaged only 15.6 points per game, which is the second-worst in the league. Of course, it's not entirely all of Pickett's fault.

The rookie signal-caller has a poor offensive line in front of him, and his lead running back rather dance around defenders than get the extra yard. That said, Diontae Johnson is a wide receiver whose stock can not reach much lower heights. Johnson has failed to score a touchdown or have a 100-yard receiving game this season. It can not be much worse.

Evan Engram, TE, Jacksonville Jaguars

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After consecutive weeks of producing top-ten TE rankings, Engram has posted two straight unstartable finishes with TE39 in Week 9 and TE27 this past week. Additionally, Engram has made just four receptions on six targets for 22 yards across the past two weeks.

His rise in the rankings as he established himself as a viable weapon for Trevor Lawrence in four weeks has fantasy managers forget the inconsistent manner in which Engram is known for. The last two games are an unfortunate reminder.


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