Walking the IDP Waiver Wire: Week 11
With four weeks left in the fantasy football regular season, now is the time to lock in some key contributors to your roster through waivers.
With just a few weeks remaining before the playoffs begin in many leagues, it’s crucial to maximize your lineup—and your points—each week. With injuries piling up and four more teams on a bye this weekend, many teams are scrambling to start a competitive lineup. Please be sure to check out the additions from previous weeks plus Week 11’s adds, as there may be some players who have been dropped or are still available in your league. Let’s dive into the IDP waiver wire targets for this week.
Previous Weeks: Gregory Rousseau, Alex Highsmith, Dominique Robinson, Rasheem Green, Dre’mont Jones, Justin Jones, Deatrich Wise Jr, BJ Hill, Shy Tuttle, Kayvon Thibodeaux, Zach Allen, Jihad Ward, Dexter Lawrence, Dorance Armstrong, Derek Brown, Sebastian Joseph-Day, Jarran Reed, Grover Street, Denico Autry, Darrell Taylor, Samuel Williams, Javon Hargrave, Boye Mafe, Jay Tufele, Jerry Hughes, A’Shawn Robinson, Vita Vea
Julian Okwara, Detroit Lions
Every year for the past couple of seasons, Julian Okwara has a three or four-game stretch where he goes off and stuffs the stat sheet with a few good games. This might be the start of his annual run. On Sunday, he was Justin Fields’ best friend, sacking him twice and pressuring him three more times. Okwara hasn’t been playing a bunch of snaps to this point in the season, but he has been very efficient on the snaps that he has played. With positive game script matchups versus the Giants and Bills in the coming weeks, Okwara should continue to be a viable fantasy option.
Calais Campbell, Baltimore Ravens
The ageless one, Calais Campbell, makes his appearance on the list this week as he was starting to string together a run of some nice games before his bye last week. Coming off his bye week will keep him off the radar of many managers.
Campbell has an amazing run of games to close out the season and his playoff matchups are also incredibly sweet. Campbell, who is entering his 14th season, isn’t playing nearly the snaps he once was (about 40% on the season), but as the entire defensive line begins to play better, less attention is being focused on Campbell, which has allowed him to have a sack in his last three games.