10 WR sleepers to target for fantasy football Week 11

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Sep 26, 2021; E. Rutherford, N.J., USA; New York Giants wide receiver Kenny Golladay (19) runs with the ball as Atlanta Falcons linebacker Steven Means (55) defends at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports

It’s Week 11 and your fantasy league’s playoffs are just a few weeks away. Let’s take a look at a few wide receiver sleepers who can help you win this week.

Picking the right sleepers in fantasy football can take you over the top in a tough matchup, or can win you big money in daily fantasy sports. Regardless of what type of fantasy you play, finding wide receiver sleepers is always a big help.

Let’s take a look at a few wide receivers who have a shot to outperform their ranking this week.

10 wide receiver sleepers for fantasy football Week 11

10. Kenny Golladay, New York Giants

Between injuries and underwhelming stat lines, Kenny Golladay’s first season with the Giants has been somewhat of a disappointment. Through the six games he’s played, he’s only caught 19 balls for 310 yards and no touchdowns. However, coming off of the bye with no Sterling Shepard and a good matchup may help Golladay rebound this week.

The Giants play Tampa Bay who have been pretty awful against the pass. This game could turn into a pass-heavy game pretty quickly, and Daniel Jones could be looking Golladay’s way early and often. He’s a WR3 this week but has the talent to do more.

9. Robby Anderson, Carolina Panthers

Robby Anderson had a decent game last week, going 4-37-1 after a string of nonexistent weeks. Things may be trending up for Anderson with another easy matchup against Washington and a notable quarterback upgrade in Cam Newton.

Anderson is certainly not someone to get excited about this week, but there’s a chance this week may be the beginning of a late-season resurgence for him after a quiet start to the year.

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