Week 11 Street FA Report

Updated: November 22nd 2023

Each week we will recommend a group of players that are owned in less than 75% of RSO leagues that should be rostered. Depending on roster and league sizes not all of these players may be available. For that, we will offer one (1) player that is owned in <25% of leagues as our Sleeper add.


Add of the Week

Ty Chandler, RB, MIN (Owned 45%)

Week 10: 15 Car/45 yards, 1 TD

The Vikings are one of the most interesting case studies in the definition of “expectations”. When healthy they were 1-4 and in the running for a top 5 draft selection. Now that they are playing without Kirk Cousins and Justin Jefferson they are suddenly 6-5 and back into the playoff picture. Regardless of all that, the one constant has been that Alexander Mattison has not been reliable enough to start in fantasy most weeks this season and the coaches may be looking elsewhere for production, even before his injury during week 10. I saw on Twitter (X?) this weekend a comparison that fit eerily well which was that Mattison is our 2020’s version of Ben Tate. For those that do not remember Ben Tate, he was the backup to Arian Foster and was seen as the best handcuff in fantasy. Once he was able to get out of Foster’s shadow to find his own starting role, Tate was expected to be an ascending dynasty asset. In reality, he played one (1) more season and then was out of the league after bouncing around with three (3) other teams. All this to say go get Ty Chandler as the Vikings do not appear to view Mattison the same way they viewed Dalvin Cook.

Suggested Bid: $4,00,000

RB Add

Keaton Mitchell, RB, BAL (Owned 70%)

Week 10: 3 Car/34 yards, 1 TD, 1 Rec/32 yards

I am still a little hesitant that a player who has averaged seven (7) touches per game is going to be a consistent fantasy player but the production on those touches makes it impossible for Keaton Mitchell to still be available in leagues. I had written in my pre-draft evaluation that Mitchell was a “scooter, who is quick to the edges” which definitely showed last week on his 32 yard touchdown run. His skillset still best suits what I think is a “Boston Scott” type of specialty usage back but maybe the Ravens staff have more plans to get him the ball in the coming weeks.

Suggested Bid: $3,000,000

WR Add

Noah Brown, WR, HOU (Owned 43%)

Week 10: 7 Rec/172 yards

C.J. Stroud seems to be raising any receivers’ value this season as Noah Brown had 980 career receiving yards in his previous five (5) seasons and has now had 325 yards in the last two (2) games. Some of that comes from Nico Collins being out of the lineup but it does not appear that Stroud is locked in on any one option and if you are open he will get you the ball. For as long as Collins is out of the lineup, Brown can be seen as having the same weekly value as he would and even with him back, consider Brown a high upside WR4 most weeks.

Suggested Bid: $2,000,000

TE Add

Tanner Hudson, TE, CIN (Owned 3%)

Week 10: 6 Rec/33 yards

The Bengals have been a no-show for the tight end spot most of this season, evident by their three (3) way split of tight end snap shares in Week 10 (36:33:31). Reading deeper though, Tanner Hudson has actually been their primary receiving tight end since being reactivated two (2) weeks ago. With the offense rounding into shape for the second half of the season Hudson might be another option to add to the weekly rotation of streaming tight ends. Especially with Tee Higgins and Ja’Mar Chase nursing injuries it may be other players who need to help Joe Burrow keep their season afloat.

Suggested Bid: $500,000

Sleeper Add (<25%)

Kyle Philips, WR, TEN (Owned 22%)

Week 10: 3 Rec/61 yards

Since Will Levis has taken over the Titans offense the passing game has been at least serviceable in Tennessee which has led to Kyle Phillips coming back on the radar as a deep league sleeper. He was being stashed across leagues heading into last season but injury and poor pace of play made his value null for most of the season. He again was dealing with injuries earlier this year but his return, coinciding with Levis’ starts, has shown that he can have some big play capabilities as the slot receiver he was supposed to be. Do not confuse him with anyone that can be started at this point but he is another player that could be stashed on the practice squad to see what Tennessee does the rest of the season.

Suggested Bid: $500,000 ($100,000 PS)

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