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Wide Receiver Rankings: NFL Fantasy Week 11

Wide Receiver Rankings Week 11: Greg Ward, Jalen Reagor, Travis Fulgham

Wide Receiver Rankings Week 11: Greg Ward, Jalen Reagor, Travis Fulgham

My Week 11 fantasy football wide receiver rankings are probably a little bit of a buzzkill.

That's because I'm throwing some cold water on one of the better stories of the 2020 season: Travis Fulgham. Fulgham will be part of the Eagles' plans moving forward, but he will be taking a backseat to some of their other weapons like Jalen Reagor. Reagor out-targeted Fulgham seven to five this past weekend and finished with more catches (four vs. one) as well.

This is not the first week that Reagor seems to be more of the focal point as the Eagles had similar results the previous week. The one thing keeping both WRs back is Carson Wentz, but that's going to end soon. Either Wentz is going to improve or Jalen Hurts is going to be the Eagles quarterback. Either way, expect Reagor to continue to close the gap in production between him and Fulgham.

The good news is the Eagles are playing the Browns this weekend. The Browns have given up the seventh-most fantasy points per game to WRs, making this both a) a "get right" game for Wentz and b) even if Reagor somehow gets outproduced by Fulgham, he should still have a strong game this weekend. But that's not going to happen. Or it might.

Because I might have jinxed Reagor when I grabbed him for my best ball fantasy team. But I suspect he's going to continue to fly up the rankings and that continues this week.

Positional Rankings: QB I RB I WR I TE I DST I K I Flex

Teams on bye: Buffalo, Chicago, New York Giants, San Francisco

NFL WR Rankings: Week 11

2020 Fantasy Football Rankings powered by FantasyProsECR ™ - Expert Consensus Rankings

— Rankings by Mark Strausberg, a member of the Athlon Network Contributor, who despite his youthful exuberance and good looks has been playing fantasy sports before Wildcats or Hoosiers even made it to VHS. Got a fantasy sports question or thought? Hit him up on Twitter @MarkStrausberg.

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