As we head into the final week of byes in the actual NFL, we're also heading down the home stretch towards fantasy football playoffs.
How is your team holding up?
It was a tough week for wideouts injury-wise and many owners will be searching for replacements or just a fresh face to shake things up.
Look no further. Here are seven interesting wide receiver plays for Week 11.
It's clear that Earl Bennett is Jay Cutler's favorite target and their chemistry dates all the way back to their college days.
He's hauled in 11 balls for 176 yards and a touchdown in his two games since returning from injury and he and Cutler seem to be on point more than ever.
The Bears offense is not asking quarterback Jay Cutler to do too much in the offense, so pass attempts may be limited, but when he is throwing the ball, chances are that Bennett is the target.
I expect Damien Williams to be one of the hottest additions off the waiver wire this week and for good reason.
He had five catches for 107 yards and a touchdown against Carolina and gets an Atlanta defense that's in the bottom third in pass yards allowed on the season.
He is second on the Titans in terms of targets and leads the team in touchdowns.
Look for the trend to continue.
Where did Vincent Brown come from?
Prior to his 79-yard outburst against the Packers this guy had caught two balls all season. So after the Packers game I said I'll keep my eye on him.
He had an even bigger game against the Raiders so I think it's time to throw him in an article and say he's a solid option at wide receiver.
He has a favorable matchup against the Bears secondary that is always susceptible to giving up chunks of yards through the air.
I wasn't too sure how the Cardinals wide receivers would react to John Skelton being quarterback in replacement of Kevin Kolb. I think they were just fine without him.
In Week 10 against the Eagles, Doucet only managed two catches but one of them was for a score.
He now has registered a touchdown in three of the last four games and I wouldn't be surprised if he went off against a San Fransisco team that gives up 260 yards per game through the air.
Denarius Moore was hot and then he was really cold. And after his dominant performance against the Chargers I'm ready to say he's going to get hot again.
His stats, albeit impressive aren't what is catching my attention heading forward for Moore, but rather it is the impact of Jacoby Ford's injury.
Palmer seems to really like Moore and it's evident that Palmer hasn't lost anything off that pretty deep ball he throws so I think Denarius Moore's fantasy relevance is back more than ever.
Greg Little was a receiver who I have been high on since Week 1 and to my dismay, he has kind of disappeared the last few weeks.
He reappeared last week and grabbed six catches for 84 yards against St. Louis.
With Rashean Mathis lost for the season for Jacksonville, I like Little to at least find the end zone.
It might be a tough matchup but if you're desperate for a bye-week fill and/or are in a PPR league, Little might be your guy.
Tate only caught three passes for 46 yards against the Ravens on Sunday but what happened to his teammates in that game is why he's interesting for Week 11.
Both Sidney Rice and Doug Baldwin left Seattle's game last Sunday with concussions and both will be seated until they can pass their concussion tests.
Tate and the Seahawks have a favorable matchup against the Rams and I like him to do some work if given the opportunity.
Keep an eye open for this one.