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Fantasy Football 2022: Week 11 Wide Receiver Rankings

Playoffs are getting ever so close and if you are on the cusp of not making the postseason, then pay attention. Because lucky for you, I have my Week 11 wide receiver rankings list that will put you in the win column.

The wide receiver position could be the most difficult slot to set. One week Gabe Davis goes off then the next week he gets three targets. Or you could be one of the unlucky owners and have Cooper Kupp and not be sure if you should pick up Allen Robinson II.

The answer is don’t pick up Robinson. Jakobi Meyers, Garrett Wilson, Rondale Moore and Kadarius Toney are all way better options for the rest of the season.

So on that note let’s get into this week’s rankings.

Week 11 Wide Receiver Notes:

  • Toney showed why the Chiefs traded capital to get him. This week I have him as my WR27. Juju Smith-Schuster should be out this week with a concussion. Smith-Schuster was on fire before his injury. Toney jumped into his role quickly last week and scored a touchdown on 57 receiving yards. I expect Toney to have another big game this week against the Chargers.
  • Courtland Sutton jumps up to my WR13 this week against the Raiders. Sutton has not been elite, but that is going to change this week. Jerry Jeudy will be out, so that means Sutton should go to work. The Raiders are also giving up close to 30 fantasy points to wide receivers per game this year. Last week Sutton had 11 targets. That is the first time since Week 5 that he had double-digit targets.
  • Christian Watson had a huge week, going for three touchdowns with 107 receiving yards. He seems like he should be the pickup of the week, but he is not the start of the week. I have him as my WR30 against the Titans. The Titans are giving up the third most fantasy points per game to wide receivers, but that doesn’t intrigue me to start Watson. The reason is, we don’t know what Packers team we will see this week. We all expected a blowout against the Lions and didn’t. Watson is a flex start and should be picked up. But I would rather start Tyler Boyd, Moore, and Curtis Samuel over him this week.
  • Lastly, I have Moore as my WR23 against the 49ers. Zach Ertz suffered a season-ending injury and we all know Marquise Brown is out as well. So that leaves DeAndre Hopkins and James Conner in the passing game. I expect the 49ers to shut down the run this week, and I see Moore having another huge game. He has had over 90 receiving yards in two of his last three games. The Ertz injury is only going to boost his production in this offense. Also, Kyler Murray should be back this week too.

Week 11 Wide Receiver Rankings

More Week 11 Rankings: QB | RB | WR | TE | Flex Rankings

Just as a reminder, these rankings are based on half-PPR scoring.

1Justin JeffersonMINvs. DAL
2Davante AdamsLVat DEN
3Stefon DiggsBUFvs. CLE
4CeeDee LambDALat MIN
5DeAndre HopkinsARIvs. SF
6Amon-Ra St. BrownDETat NYG
7Tee HigginsCINat PIT
8A.J. BrownPHIat IND
9Terry McLaurinWASat HOU
10Deebo SamuelSFat ARI
11Chris OlaveNOvs. LAR
12Gabe DavisBUFvs. CLE
13Courtland SuttonDENvs. LV
14Brandon AiyukSFat ARI
15Allen LazardGBvs. TEN
16Amari CooperCLEat BUF
17Tyler BoydCINat PIT
18DeVonta SmithPHIat IND
19Michael Pittman Jr.INDvs. PHI
20DJ MooreCARat BAL
21Jakobi MeyersNEvs. NYJ
22Garrett WilsonNYJat NE
23Rondale MooreARIvs. SF
24Diontae JohnsonPITvs. CIN
25Curtis SamuelWASat HOU
26Darnell MooneyCHIat ATL
27Kadarius ToneyKCat LAC
28Adam ThielenMINvs. DAL
29Joshua PalmerLACvs. KC
30Christian WatsonGBvs. TEN
31George PickensPITvs. CIN
32Drake LondonATLvs. CHI
33Donovan Peoples-JonesCLEat BUF
34Darius SlaytonNYGvs. DET
35Allen Robinson IILARat NO
36Brandin CooksHOUvs. WAS
37Devin DuvernayBALvs. CAR
38Nico CollinsHOUvs. WAS
39Marquez Valdes-ScantlingKCat LAC
40Parris CampbellINDvs. PHI
41DeAndre CarterLACvs. KC
42Michael GallupDALat MIN
43Terrace Marshall Jr.CARat BAL
44Mack HollinsLVat DEN
45Wan'Dale RobinsonNYGvs. DET
46Isaiah McKenzieBUFvs. CLE
47Jahan DotsonWASat HOU
48Jarvis LandryNOvs. LAR
49Chase ClaypoolCHIat ATL
50Van JeffersonLARat NO
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