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Top 75 wide receivers standard rankings for Week 11 fantasy football

We take you through some of the best wide receivers going in Week 11 for fantasy football, including a few viable streamers.

pushes Atlanta Falcons strong safety Damontae Kazee away by his facemark in the second quarter at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Thomas was called for a facemask penalty. Chuck Cook-USA TODAY Sports


I’m still on Hill for the most upside in standard leagues this week, but Thomas is right up there with him.

It looks like James Bradberry will play, which hurts Julio Jones’ upside.

Emmanuel Sanders’ rib injury is concerning. If he does play, which it looks like he will, I don’t think you can go all in on him as a WR2. Sanders’ injury should push Deebo Samuel up into a good WR3 play.

D.J. Moore is my favorite breakout play this week. Start him.

This week we have a battle between Tyreek Hill and Michael Thomas for the top spot in the standard rankings. Hill has five touchdowns in his last three games, and Thomas has three in his, but more yards, targets, and receptions in that span. That pushes Thomas ahead of Hill in PPR, but on average, Hill is a much better touchdown producer, and when you add Patrick Mahomes back into the mix, Hill is my pick, even in a tougher matchup.

Bye Weeks

Green Bay Packers, New York Giants, Seattle Seahawks, Tennessee Titans

WRs on bye: Davante Adams, Golden Tate, Darius Slayton, Tyler Lockett, D.K. Metcalf, A.J. Brown

Injury/Status Report

Emmanuel Sanders: Sanders left MNF early with a rib injury and will get an MRI to gauge the extent. Deebo Samuel stepped up in his place against Seattle.

Brandin Cooks: Cooks won’t play in Week 11 due to his concussion. This news comes early in the week and might portend more missed games moving forward.

Devin Funchess: Funchess appears to be ready to return to practice this week. He likely wouldn’t see a significant workload if he ends up playing.

T.Y. Hilton: Right now, it looks like Hilton will have a tough time playing this week against Jacksonville.

A.J. Green: Green is still considered day-to-day with his knee injury, but after he had swelling in that same knee, his prospects don’t seem good for a return to an 0-9 team.

Will Fuller: Fuller returned to his first practice since Week 7. We’ll see how much he practices this week before deeming him ready to go.

Dede Westbrook: After getting the bye week to heal, Westbrook returned to practice. If all goes well, he should play against the Colts.

Marcus Lattimore: Lattimore’s hamstring injury is considered week-to-week, so we shouldn’t expect him to play against the Buccaneers. If that comes true, Mike Evans will have an easier matchup.

James Bradberry/Donte Jackson: The Panthers cornerbacks are hurting and will have trouble getting to 100 percent this week if they play. Julio Jones and Calvin Ridley would benefit.

WR Ranking Tiers

Tier 1

Michael Thomas’ safety is a big plus each week, even though his upside isn’t the same as Mike Evans, who I have at No. 3 receiver. With Marshon Lattimore out, Evans has another 200 yards, three-touchdown game in his range of outcomes, while Thomas is more in the 13 receptions for 150 yards two touchdowns realm. The good news is that they play each other and we get to watch!

Tier 2

John Brown has yet to have the blow-up game we all expect, but he gets a great chance this week against the Dolphins, who rank 31st in DVOA against No. 1 receivers. Courtland Sutton also gets a great matchup with the Vikings, a team John Brown put up 83 yards and a touchdown on a few weeks back. Sutton is a big play waiting to happen, and I expect Brandon Allen will need to throw the ball in this one. Odell Beckham Jr. was force-fed the ball against Tre’Davious White last week, and it didn’t work out that well. The Steelers have played well against wide receivers, but they don’t have someone like White on their team who can take it to Beckham. If he gets big targets, he has a chance for an upside game.

WR Streamers

Robby Anderson hasn’t come close to what many fantasy footballers hoped he would do, but it would behoove Sam Darnold to get him more involved.

Zach Pascal has proven himself to be the best receiver on the field for the Colts of late, and he should get Jacoby Brissett back this week in a game that could be higher scoring than expected.

Deebo Samuel is a must-start if Emmanuel Sanders is out with a rib injury.

Wide Receiver Standard Rankings

Rank Player Team Opp
Rank Player Team Opp
1 Michael Thomas NO @ TB
2 Tyreek Hill KC @ LAC
3 Mike Evans TB vs NO
4 Amari Cooper DAL @ DET
5 Chris Godwin TB vs NO
6 Julio Jones ATL @ CAR
7 DeAndre Hopkins HOU @ BAL
8 Cooper Kupp LAR vs CHI
9 D.J. Moore CAR vs ATL
10 Julian Edelman NE @ PHI
11 Keenan Allen LAC vs KC
12 Odell Beckham Jr. CLE vs PIT
13 D.J. Chark JAC @ IND
14 John Brown BUF @ MIA
15 Stefon Diggs MIN vs DEN
16 Curtis Samuel CAR vs ATL
17 Marquise Brown BAL vs HOU
18 Kenny Golladay DET vs DAL
19 Terry McLaurin WAS vs NYJ
20 Michael Gallup DAL @ DET
21 Jarvis Landry CLE vs PIT
22 Tyrell Williams OAK vs CIN
23 JuJu Smith-Schuster PIT @ CLE
24 Courtland Sutton DEN @ MIN
25 Allen Robinson CHI @ LAR
26 Mike Williams LAC vs KC
27 Mohamed Sanu NE @ PHI
28 Zach Pascal IND vs JAC
29 Christian Kirk ARI @ SF
30 Robert Woods LAR vs CHI
31 Calvin Ridley ATL @ CAR
32 Emmanuel Sanders SF vs ARI
33 Deebo Samuel SF vs ARI
34 Tyler Boyd CIN @ OAK
35 Jamison Crowder NYJ @ WAS
36 Sammy Watkins KC @ LAC
37 Devante Parker MIA vs BUF
38 Phillip Dorsett NE @ PHI
39 Marvin Jones DET vs DAL
40 Kenny Stills HOU @ BAL
41 Auden Tate CIN @ OAK
42 Robby Anderson NYJ @ WAS
43 Dede Westbrook JAC @ IND
44 Cole Beasley BUF @ MIA
45 Josh Reynolds LAR vs CHI
46 Larry Fitzgerald ARI @ SF
47 Taylor Gabriel CHI @ LAR
48 Demaryius Thomas NYJ @ WAS
49 Rashard Higgins CLE vs PIT
50 Hunter Renfrow OAK vs CIN
51 Ted Ginn NO @ TB
52 James Washington PIT @ CLE
53 Chris Conley JAC @ IND
54 Diontae Johnson PIT @ CLE
55 Kendrick Bourne SF vs ARI
56 Randall Cobb DAL @ DET
57 Chester Rogers IND vs JAC
58 Russell Gage ATL @ CAR
59 Mecole Hardman KC @ LAC
60 Olabisi Johnson MIN vs DEN
61 Allen Hurns MIA vs BUF
62 Nelson Agholor PHI vs NE
63 Tre'Quan Smith NO @ TB
64 Andy Isabella ARI @ SF
65 Anthony Miller CHI @ LAR
66 Willie Snead BAL vs HOU
67 Albert Wilson MIA vs BUF
68 Trey Quinn WAS vs NYJ
69 Demarcus Robinson KC @ LAC
70 Kelvin Harmon WAS vs NYJ
71 Zay Jones OAK vs CIN
72 Alex Erickson CIN @ OAK
73 Steven Sims WAS vs NYJ
74 Marcus Johnson IND vs JAC
75 Keelan Cole JAC @ IND
76 Danny Amendola DET vs DAL
77 Isaiah McKenzie BUF @ MIA
78 Mack Hollins PHI vs NE
79 Miles Boykin BAL vs HOU
80 Breshad Perriman TB vs NO
81 KeeSean Johnson ARI @ SF
82 Marquise Goodwin SF vs ARI
83 Jakeem Grant MIA vs BUF
84 Jarius Wright CAR vs ATL
85 DeAndre Carter HOU @ BAL
86 Laquon Treadwell MIN vs DEN
87 Marvin Hall DET vs DAL
88 Cordarrelle Patterson CHI @ LAR
89 DaeSean Hamilton DEN @ MIN
90 J.J. Arcega-Whiteside PHI vs NE
91 Jordan Matthews PHI vs NE
92 N'Keal Harry NE @ PHI
93 Keke Coutee HOU @ BAL
94 Steven Mitchell Jr. HOU @ BAL
95 Seth Roberts BAL vs HOU
96 Andre Patton LAC vs KC
97 Vyncint Smith NYJ @ WAS
98 Justin Hardy ATL @ CAR
99 Robert Foster BUF @ MIA
100 Tavon Austin DAL @ DET
101 Marcell Ateman OAK vs CIN
102 Richie James SF vs ARI
103 Pharoh Cooper ARI @ SF