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More Waiver Suggestions for Week 11

I nearly sliced my finger off cooking dinner last night and am operating with a maimed left hand here, so due to the difficulty in typing, this post may be a little abbreviated in terms of commentary. But you're here for the links, not my great insight anyway, right? So read on for some quality waiver wire suggestions for Week 11 of the NFL season.
Keep an eye open for the start/sit lists in tomorrow's post.
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cyberfire2k4 said…
I am having a dilemma, i have to pick three WR for this week but i am not sure which to pick... I am in a league that gives 1ppr and bonuses at different amounts of total yardage.

My list of available WRs include Kevin Walter, Ronald Curry, Joey Galloway, DJ Hackett, Donald Driver, Andre Johnson, Marques Colston.

I am leaning to Colston, Johnson (hopefully), and Driver or Galloway but any suggestions are appreciated.

Jim Nguyen said…
I think you have to start Johnson if he's back, although I have a feeling he won't look like he did before his injury. Colston's playing well and I'd add Galloway, since although the Packers are on fire, Favre is really spreading it around the not the go-to guy that Galloway is.

- Freddie Footballer
I agree with Freddie - go with Colston, Johnson and Galloway. I think that playing against NO and with the current running situation in Houston, Andre Johnson could still have quite a nice week even if he's not 100%.

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