NFL Waiver Wire: Week 11 Pickups

NFL Waiver Wire: Week 11 Pickups

This article is part of our NFL Waiver Wire series.

Week 10 is now in the books and we probably know less that what we knew heading into the week. Both the Bills and Cowboys bounced back, there was a tie and the Buccaneers couldn't beat the Washington Football Team despite coming off a bye. Tampa Bay is now 2-3 on the road this season and Tom Brady fortunately gets an Eli Manning-less Giants team this Monday night. (Has my disdain for Brady come out clearly enough?)

I've written this column for the last 10-plus years and can't recall a time I didn't have anyone in the "Primary Targets" section. The waiver wire is pretty thin this week, and in a vacuum, I'd probably recommend saving your FAAB or top waiver claim. There are only two teams with a bye, nine early games and three "late" games. I have no explanation why the NFL is doing that instead of something like Week 14, which has four byes and a more evenly split Sunday schedule. As always, if I missed someone you have a question about, hit up the comments.

This column is geared toward "standard" 12-team leagues and based upon a $100 free-agent budget. Please adjust for your league based on both the number of teams (I'm in a 24-team league, for example) and remaining budget.

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SECONDARY TARGETS

Cam Newton, CAR - I have to think it won't take too long for Cam to catch up with the offense, and his biggest fantasy asset anyway has always been

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Kevin Payne
Kevin has worked for RotoWire over a decade and has covered basketball, baseball and football. A glutton for punishment, he roots for his hometown Bills, Sabres and the New York Yankees. You can follow him on Twitter @KCPayne26.
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