Week 11 sees TEs Evan Engram, Noah Fant, Mike Gesicki and Cameron Brate goodbye, which means we can safely assume there are plenty of fantastic managers looking for good replacement options off the wire. waiver of the tight final position. Here are our few of our favorite picks for this week that might be available to add.
Week 11 goodbye: Miami Dolphins, Seattle Seahawks, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Jacksonville Jaguars
Next — KEY, DET, NE
Knox had 57 receiving yards in Sunday’s overtime loss to the Vikings in Week 10, the most he’s had in a while. He’s competing for targets with the Bills’ talented WR unit, but he’s a good option to grab the waiver wire to fill out if your starting TE is bye in any of the coming weeks. The Patriots and Lions defenses in particular have allowed a lot of fantastic points this season.
Next —ATL, NYJ, UK
Did I ever think I would put Kmet on a list like this? I thought he was done for this season, but the Bears offensive revolution led by QB Justin Fields used him as key. Over the past two weeks, he has a fantastic 22 points against the Dolphins and 23.4 against the Lions, scoring two touchdowns in each of those games. If the Bears are able to settle into this new trajectory, Kmet is a must.
Next — PIT, TEN, KC
Hurst has steady ground as a target for Joe Burrow in the Bengals offense, and we can expect to see him get plenty of touches against the Steelers and Titans in the weeks to come. With around five targets per game, Hurst offers consistency for fantastic managers, while many TEs come with a higher risk.