Mike Evans is back after his one-game suspension. But he is back to being a reliable WR1?
Before we dive into the Week 11 fantasy rankings for wide receivers, let’s acknowledge one thing about last week – it stunk (fantasy-wise). Week 10 was rather unpleasant for myself and apparently many others, at least according to Twitter.
But the beauty of fantasy football (and the NFL for that matter) is that we can turn the page and look forward to better results the next week. Week 11 is the last of the bye weeks and thankfully there aren’t too many big hitters off this week. For wide receivers the biggest name that will be missed is T.Y Hilton, but he had two catches for a total of 23 yards in Week 10, so the rest may do him (and his groin issue) some good.
This week I refuse to move Antonio Brown out of the top spot because he is Antonio Brown. Mike Evans is up higher this week, but I may be bumping him down a smidge with Ryan Fitzpatrick in at QB, and his lackluster production over the past five weeks leaves me leery.
Marqise Lee should remain an enticing and safe flex option this week, especially with Allen Hurns sidelined. Dede Westbrook also may make his debut this weekend and he’s someone to keep an eye.
The Vikings’ tag-team of Adam Thielen and Stefon Diggs shredded Washington’s secondary last Sunday, and while the Rams may be stronger on the back end, the two wideouts have been consistent in terms of targets, catches and yards this season. I love both as top-15 options once again.
Teams on bye: Carolina, Indianapolis, New York Jets, San Francisco
— Rankings by Chris Meyers, who is part of the Athlon Contributor Network and a member of the FSWA. Meyers' work appears on many other sites, including socalledfantasyexperts.com. Follow him on Twitter @FantsyChillpony.