Fantasy Football waiver wire pickups, Week 11: D’Onta Foreman and more

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Wayne Gallman, Fantasy Football
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It’s getting closer and closer to fantasy football playoffs season. What moves do you need to make on this week’s waiver wire to clinch a postseason spot?

The fantasy football playoffs are closing in. What happens in Weeks 11-13 could decide whether or not your team makes the playoffs. Waiver wire moves made in Weeks 11-13 could determine whether or not your team wins a championship.

With Week 10 of the NFL season in the books, the second half of the season is officially here and Week 11 is on tap.

With injuries impacting fantasy football lineups yet again, what moves need to be made on the waiver wire?

Week 11 fantasy football waiver wire must-haves

Running backs to add in fantasy football for Week 11

1. Rhamondre Stevenson, Patriots

In the Patriots’ dominating victory over the Cleveland Browns, Stevenson ran for 100 yards on 20 carries and added five targets with four receptions and a pair of touchdowns on the ground.

If you started him in fantasy football, you struck gold last week. If you’re in one of the more than 65 percent of leagues that don’t roster Stevenson? Well, you missed out, but you don’t have to miss out again.

It’s always hard to invest in Patriots running backs, but Stevenson has been really good dating back to the preseason and with injuries all over the place, you could do worse than this on the waiver wire.

2. D’Onta Foreman, Titans

With 13 touches and 78 yards from scrimmage this past week, is D’Onta Foreman the option to put on your roster instead of Adrian Peterson after the Derrick Henry injury? At the very least, he’s probably worth a flyer.

The former Texas Longhorns superstar is still just 25 and you never know what kind of big games he could have down the stretch of this season if the Titans feed him instead of Peterson.

3. Wayne Gallman, Falcons

With the Falcons on a short week and Cordarrelle Patterson dealing with an ankle injury, Gallman is worth an add if you are in desperation mode.

Gallman had 15 carries for 55 yards against the Cowboys and also added a reception for 21 yards.

He could be a sneaky pickup with the Falcons playing Thursday Night Football.

Still add: Mark Ingram, Saints (if available)