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Trashman’s Week 11 Garbage Grab

Trashman’s Garbage Grab: Week 11

Another bad bye week looms, but there are some decent options still available to pick from. Clothespin on the nose for these dumpster diamonds…


Running Back

Latavius Murray, Bills – 18% rostered

He was in this same spot last week, but pickings are slim on waivers and Murray had double-digit touches and a score last week against Denver. Damian Harris is on IR and Leonard Fournette has yet to be activated off of the practice squad, so Murray is in line for another solid outing. 



Wide Receivers

Robert Woods,Texans – 6% rostered

Woods made a light appearance in WK10 after missing two games with a foot injury, but he came out on the other side no worse for the wear. Noah Brown has been great these last few weeks, but he’s unlikely to go this week, putting Woods back into the 3rd WR role in the NFL’s hottest offense. 


Curtis Samuel, Commanders – 31% rostered

Samuel is averaging 6 targets per game and tallied 8 of them in the Commanders first meeting with the Giants. He only corralled 4 of them for 25 yards, but Samuel is always only a play away from breaking a big one, as he’s scored in 3 of his last 6 games. He’s worth flexing in PPR formats.  


Jayden Reed, Packers- 34% rostered

Reed has scored and or gone over 80 yards in 3 of his last 4 appearances, effectively performing as Green Bay’s no.1 receiver with Christian Watson seriously underperforming recently. This week he faces a Chargers team that’s the best matchup he’s had this season. Play him with confidence.


Tight End

Donald Parham Jr, Chargers – 4% rostered 

Gerald Everett has been ruled out with a chest injury, leaving Parham to take the lead at the TE position for the Chargers. Between the two of them, they’d be averaging 5 targets per game, so Parham has some upside this week against a middling Packers defense. 



Aidan O’Connell – 5% rostered

To be honest, there isn’t really a viable QB option this week that’s owned in less than 40% of leagues, but O’Connell has some upside against Miami in what could end up being a high scoring game. 


One Comments

  1. what the hell is that smell… by god King, it’s Bobby Woods in Houston!

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