Fantasy football rankings 2017: Wide receivers in normal leagues for NFL Week 11

Week 10 offered up a whole lot of new titles on the wide receiver marketplace heading into Week 11.

Slowly but surely, the Tennessee Titans are making rookie Corey Davis a featured weapon within their offense. He acquired a team-high 10 targets in a Week 10 win over the Bengals, which he converted into four catches for 48 yards. The fifth-overall choose in this year’s NFL Draft has a ton of upside in this offense, and the Titans happen to be showing they would like to get him involved.

Martavis Bryant finally is starting to surpass the hype with the Pittsburgh Steelers. While he’s not engaging in the end zone at this time, he have haul in three catches on five targets for 42 yards a two-point alteration in a comeback win over the Indianapolis Colts. Most likely he’ll be back again to being a touchdown machine by the time the fantasy playoffs come around.

With the Cincinnati Bengals having no regular pass-catching threat outside of A.J. Green, Brandon LaFell has once more become fantasy relevant. In Week 10, he racked up 10 targets, six grabs, 95 yards and one score in a narrow loss to the Titans.

What other receivers will emerge and falter in Week 11? Why don’t we help you fix those riddles with a new ranking of the top 50 vast receivers in common leagues.

Wide Receiver (standard) ranks, Week 11

(SK: Scott Kaliska; JG: Jeff Goldberg; DG: Derek Gordon; KB: Kyle Bennett; ZS: Zach Senvisky; JM: Jason Marcum)

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