2023 Fantasy Football Week 11 Waiver Wire

by Dylan Clemons

Hello Fantasy nerds! NFL Week 10 has wrapped up, so it is time to discuss the 2023 Fantasy Football Week 11 Waiver Wire!

What a wild ride Week 10 was. We had a good week of football, plays a good week for the waiver wire article. We suggested Keaton Mitchell, Antonio Gibson, Demario Douglas, Noah Brown, and Odell Beckham Jr. Four of those guys found the end zone, and Demario Douglas who didn't still finished as a top 24 wide receiver finishing with 14.1 fantasy points.

At this point of the season, every fantasy team is dealing with injuries or draft-day busts on their teams. That means this week the waiver wire is more imperative, especially with the Falcons, Colts, Patriots, and Saints all on bye.

In this article, we will be targeting players on the waiver wire who are under 50% owned on the FantasyPros consensus roster percentage.

At this point in the season, we are starting to get larger sample sizes, so it can be hard to find that waiver wire darling because the cupboards are bare. I am here to help with that. Now let's jump into the 2023 Fantasy Football Week 11 Waiver Wire!

2023 Fantasy Football Week 11 Waiver Wire

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Top Waiver Adds

Antonio Gibson, RB, Washington Commanders (41.3% Rostered)

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Antonio Gibson is quietly a factor for this Washington Commanders offense. They are using him the way we all wanted them to, and that's in the passing game. The former college wide receiver has seen 16 targets over the past three weeks catching 15 of 16 of them.

Gibson has now finished inside the top 20 in running backs in back-to-back weeks in PPR formats meaning he needs to be rostered. It's just about a 60-40 split with Brian Robinson seeing the bulk of the snaps which is fine because Gibson has a defined role. They get the Giants this week who has given up the 9th most fantasy points to the position. Gibson is not a lineup lock by any means this week as it could be a blowout, he just deserves to be rostered in more than 50% of leagues.

Ty Chandler, RB, Minnesota Vikings (5.4% Rostered)

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It had looked like heading into last week Ty Chandler could receive an expanded role in this offense. It ended up working out that way with Alexander Mattison getting knocked out of the game early with a concussion. Ty Chandler finished the game with 15 carries for just 45 yards but did find the end zone finishing as RB25 on the week in PPR formats.

Chandler only saw one target this past week, which I would expect to change as he is a pretty solid pass-catcher out of the backfield. Ty Chandler needs to be picked up this week no matter if Alexander Mattison is back from the concussion or not. Whoever, the starting running back is this week though needs to be started as they are taking on the Denver Broncos.

The Broncos have been carved up on the ground all season long. The Broncos are allowing 30 fantasy points per game to the running back position this season which is the worst in the league. If Chandler is the starter, play him this week with Kene Nwangwu likely taking some third-down snaps.

Keaton Mitchell, RB, Baltimore Ravens (35.2% Rostered)

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As mentioned above, Keaton Mitchell made this list last week. However, we still weren't sure what we were going to see from him in Week 10 after playing just 14 snaps the prior week. Well, he did it again, and Keaton Mitchell might be the best offensive playmaker outside of Lamar Jackson and Zay Flowers there is on this Ravens roster.

Mitchell played just 13 snaps but once again made the most of them. Mitchell saw just three rushes but had 34 yards and a touchdown, plus he caught one of his two targets for 32 yards as well. This guy is just a big play threat every time he touches the ball.

The Ravens get a matchup with AFC North rival Cincinnati Bengals. The Bengals are middle of the road against running backs this season, but we just saw Devin Singletary put up some good numbers last week against them, who we will talk about below. Pick Mitchell up this week if you are looking for a dart throw in your lineup.

Devin Singletary, RB, Houston Texans (49.9% Rostered)

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Devin Singletary just barely fits under the threshold this week, I was down on him last week and that was a mistake with Dameon Pierce still sidelined. Singletary played a team-high 61 snaps at the running back position and was absolutely fantastic.

Singletary finished with a whopping 30 carries for 150 yards and he found the end zone, finishing as the RB3 on the week in PPR formats. If Dameon Pierce is still dealing with his injury, Devin Singletary is a must-start this week with four teams on bye. He gets a matchup against the Arizona Cardinals, who have allowed the third most fantasy points to the RB position this season.

Zach Charbonnet, RB, Seattle Seahawks (38.2% Rostered)

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For the third straight week, Zach Charbonnet played more snaps than Kenneth Walker 42-39. Walker still outproduced Charbonnet in usage however with Walker seeing 20 touches to Charbs's 10.

Charbonnet had his best week of the season, seeing a season-high ten touches and fished as RB26 in PPR formats. But what we love the most is his utilization through the air this week. He caught four of his five for just 18 yards, but it's the five targets we like. That gives Charbs a floor each week in PPR formats.

The matchup against the Rams this week isn't great as they 10th fewest fantasy points to opposing running backs. Maybe leave him on your bench this week and use him down the stretch run if his production continues to trend in the right direction.

Elijah Moore, WR, Cleveland Browns (39.1% Rostered)

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Everyone reading this probably scoffed at the fact Elijah Moore has made his way into the waiver wire article. People are probably thinking, we have already been down this road numerous times. However, I am ready to be hurt again.

Elijah Moore had the best week of his season catching five of his seven targets for 44 yards and finding the endzone. That is the sixth game out of nine this season in which he has seen at least seven targets. We love that number. Deshaun Watson is back to looking solid after this past week but has once again found his way on the injury report.

If Watson starts this week, you can make the case for starting Moore with four teams on bye. The Browns get a matchup against the Steelers this week. They have given up the sixth most fantasy points to opposing wide receivers. He is a solid option this week.

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