Well hello! How is it going? Thanks for checking out my 2023 Fantasy Football Week 11 QB/TE Streamers! We've got some good (and in some cases crazy) options for streaming this week. With bye weeks continuing to affect fantasy managers everywhere, we also have an injury to Deshaun Watson to deal with. Quarterbacks are dropping like flies this year, making streaming as difficult as it's ever been. That doesn't mean there aren't options.
But first, let's recap our picks from last week. Joshua Dobbs was a hit, Will Levis? Not so much. Tyler Conklin was one of the best pass catchers for the Jets against the Bills, but Cade Otton could not follow up his great performance against Houston, falling flat against the Titans.
It was a give-and-take in week 10 for streaming, so let's make Week 11 a great one!
2023 Fantasy Football Week 11 QB/TE Streamers
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Matthew Stafford vs. Seattle Seahawks - 37% Rostered
Stafford hasn't been great this year, being the definition of a floor play for most of it. He's only been over 16.5 points twice this season in eight games and his highest finish is QB14 on the week.
But, it's a divisional matchup that we saw the Rams dominate back in week 1. He has Cooper Kupp and Puca Nacua, they're coming off of a bye, are well rested, and Seattle just gave up a big game to Sam Howell and Co.
Tommy DeVito vs. Washington Commanders - 2% Rostered
How strong is your stomach? With byes and backup QB's abounding this season in a year full of unprecedented QB injuries, sometimes you gotta hold your nose and play. DeVito is not exciting. He only threw for 86 yards last week. Against Vegas the week before, he actually wasn't bad, throwing for 175 yards and completing 75% of his passes. Thankfully he does not face the buzz saw that is the Dallas defense this week, but instead gets a much softer matchup against NFC East rival Washington.
How soft exactly? Washington has given up the most points to quarterbacks on the season kind of soft. The Giants' might not have a ton of offensive talent, but Darius Slayton, Sterling Shepherd, and Wan'Dale Robinson aren't nobodies. Saquon Barkley is in the backfield, so he does have some weapons at his disposal. On top of that, he can rack up some yards with his legs too.
Luke Musgrave vs. Los Angeles Chargers - 30% Rostered
Musgrave has found his way into this column several times this season. Musgrave has gone back-to-back games with over 50 receiving yards and faces the third friendliest matchup for tight ends this week against the Chargers.
LA has allowed the second-most receiving yards, fourth-most receptions, and sixth-highest completion rate to tight ends this season. Musgrave has the seventh-highest ADOT among tight ends this season and if he can get open downfield, he could be in for another good game.
Tyler Conklin vs. Buffalo Bills - 15% Rostered
We meet again, Conklin. Long time no see. The Jets tight end caught seven passes for 70 yards against the Raiders on Sunday night football. The Bills are no pushover for tight ends, but certainly not a shutdown unit. Buffalo has had their struggles this season, as seen against Denver on Monday night (granted a lot of the Bills offense turning the ball over). Conklin is a solid streamer this week in an AFC East showdown.
That will do it for our 2023 Fantasy Football Week 11 QB/TE Streamers! Thanks for coming by and I'll see you next time!
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