Going into week 11 there are 5 top wide receivers you should have and start this week. Other than your QB the majority of your Fantasy Football points come from your wide receivers. If you have, or you can pick up, one of these wide receivers you will not be disappointed.
Marqise Lee, University Southern California: Lee has 12 touchdowns this year and should have a couple more this week when #21 USC (6-3) host Arizona State (5-4). He has 1,286 yards this season and is averaging 14.6 yards per reception. He is ranked #1 so far in receptions (88). If you have him, start him this week, if you don’t pick him up.
Quinton Patton, Louisiana Tech: Patton is another go to wide receiver he is ranked #4 in receptions (74). He has 1,000 receiving yards and is averaging 13.3 yards per reception. #19 Louisiana Tech (8-1) is at Texas State (6-3) this week so expect Patton to add to his 11 touchdowns he has this season.
DeAndre Hopkins, Clemson: Hopkins should have a pretty big game this week when #10 Clemson (8-1) hosts Maryland (4-5). Hopkins is #6 in reception yards (1,037) and #2 in receiving touchdowns (13) this season. When the ball is thrown to Hopkins he gets the yards. He is averaging 16.7 yards per reception.
Eric Ward, Texas Tech: Ward is the leading receiver for Texas Tech with 643 yards and 10 touchdowns. #25 Texas Tech (6-3) is hosting Kansas (1-8) this week so expect Ward to have another big game. My reason for saying this is Texas Tech’s TE Jace Amaro has been out with an injury giving Ward more receptions. Even if Jace is back this week I expect him to be used very little to keep him healthy.
Brandin Cooks, Oregon State: This is going to be a tough game this week for #13 Oregon State (7-1) who is at #16 Stanford (7-2). Your going to see Oregon state throwing that ball more in this game and with Cooks averaging 18.1 yards per reception he is the go to guy. Cooks this season has 906 yards and 4 touchdowns, but he should end up with a couple touchdowns against Stanford.
If you’re into College Fantasy Football Salary Cap games these would be your best bet for WR’s. If you play other Fantasy Football games look and see if people have dropped one of these players and pick them up. Pick your teams; find a game to watch this weekend and Good Luck with your College Fantasy Football.
Play Fantasy Football! Looking for the best Weekly Fantasy Football Games out there? Our friends at Fantazzle have just what you need. Play weekly College and NFL Salary Cap, Pickem and Challenge Fantasy Football Games for free and entry fees and win cash prizes!