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Wide Receiver Rankings for Week 11 Fantasy Football

DeVonta Smith will stay hot against a vulnerable Saints' secondary. Full wide receiver rankings for Week 11 fantasy football.

Week 11 fantasy football is here and so it’s time to take a look at wide receiver rankings for the weekend.

Just the Broncos and Rams are on are on bye this week, which means no Cooper Kupp. And I guess no Courtland Sutton but he’s been on his own bye week for the last couple of games. Big week for Dolphins and 49ers wide receivers as they face the bottom-2 pass defenses per NEFF ratings. Deebo Samuel can’t stop eating. Meanwhile, tough sledding for the Colts, Falcons, and Vikings as they face top-3 pass defenses.

Here are my .5PPR wide receiver rankings for 2021 Week 11. I’ve also got for you my top streaming option this week along with my favorite DFS play (salary via FanDuel).

Make sure to check back here throughout the week as I will be making sure to update them as quickly as possible with any new information. As always, if you have specific rankings or starts & sits questions, hit me up on Twitter @petemrogers.

Stream of the Week: Kendrick Bourne vs Atlanta Falcons (9% rostered)

Allow me to blow your brain for a second. Since Week 6, Kendrick Bourne has been the WR11 in .5PPR. Wide. Receiver. Eleven. Like a WR1. A top-12 option. The kind of receiver you drafted in the first or second round of your fantasy drafts. That kind of receiver. On the year, Bourne is still a top-36 option, coming in at WR30. Anyways, the point is that he’s emerging as the fantasy receiver you want in New England. Against a Falcons’ secondary ranked 29th in pass defense NEFF rating and allowing 34.1 WR PPG over the last four weeks, Bourne has serious flex upside.

DFS Play of the Week: DeVonta Smith vs New Orleans Saints ($6,600)

There isn’t a hotter receiver in fantasy football right now than DeVonta Smith. The rookie is the WR1 over the last two weeks, finishing with over 20 points in both games. He has shown why the Eagles spent a top pick to go get him and his connection with Jalen Hurts continues to improve. Only the Jets have allowed more WR yards than the Saints over the last four weeks and anytime you’re in the same sentence as “the Jets” you know that’s not a good sign. Smith will likely see a lot of Marshon Lattimore who, while allowing a 56.6% completion percentage, has given up over 600 yards and 5 touchdowns in coverage.

Week 11 Wide Receiver Rankings
RankNameTeamOpp
1Davante AdamsGB@ MIN
2Tyreek HillKCvs DAL
3Deebo SamuelSF@ JAC
4CeeDee LambDAL@ KC
5A.J. BrownTENvs HOU
6Mike EvansTBvs NYG
7Stefon DiggsBUFvs IND
8Chris GodwinTBvs NYG
9Ja'Marr ChaseCIN@ LV
10D.K. MetcalfSEAvs ARI
11Justin JeffersonMINvs GB
12DeVonta SmithPHIvs NO
13Keenan AllenLACvs PIT
14Jaylen WaddleMIA@ NYJ
15Michael Pittman Jr.IND@ BUF
16Brandin CooksHOU@ TEN
17Tee HigginsCIN@ LV
18D.J. MooreCARvs WAS
19Tyler LockettSEAvs ARI
20Diontae JohnsonPIT@ LAC
21Adam ThielenMINvs GB
22Terry McLaurinWAS@ CAR
23Hunter RenfrowLVvs CIN
24Christian KirkARI@ SEA
25Rashod BatemanBAL@ CHI
26Mike WilliamsLACvs PIT
27Emmanuel SandersBUFvs IND
28Corey DavisNYJvs MIA
29Cole BeasleyBUFvs IND
30Marvin Jones Jr.JACvs SF
31Brandon AiyukSF@ JAC
32Michael GallupDAL@ KC
33Kadarius ToneyNYG@ TB
34Jarvis LandryCLEvs DET
35Jakobi MeyersNE@ ATL
36Kendrick BourneNE@ ATL
37Kenny GolladayNYG@ TB
38Darnell MooneyCHIvs BAL
39Elijah MooreNYJvs MIA
40Allen Robinson IICHIvs BAL
41Marquez CallawayNO@ PHI
42Jamison CrowderNYJvs MIA
43A.J. GreenARI@ SEA
44Bryan EdwardsLVvs CIN
45Tyler BoydCIN@ LV
46T.Y. HiltonIND@ BUF
47Jamal AgnewJACvs SF
48Deonte HarrisNO@ PHI
49Allen LazardGB@ MIN
50Marcus JohnsonTENvs HOU
51Russell GageATLvs NE
52Robby AndersonCARvs WAS
53Byron PringleKCvs DAL
54Laviska Shenault Jr.JACvs SF
55James WashingtonPIT@ LAC
56Gabriel DavisBUFvs IND
57Rondale MooreARI@ SEA
58Nelson AgholorNE@ ATL
59Tre'Quan SmithNO@ PHI
60Kalif RaymondDET@ CLE