Here's a look at some players that should take priority if you're hoping to pick up some reinforcements from the waiver wire heading into Week 11.
Elijah Mitchell, RB, 49ers: When Christian McCaffrey got traded to San Francisco from Carolina, you could hear Mitchell dropping off fantasy rosters. But he returned from injury as though he never left, rushing 18 times for 89 yards Sunday.
Christian Watson, WR, Packers: If you're like me, you cut ties with the unproductive rookie weeks ago. Maybe it's time to revisit after he possibly broke out with a four-catch, 109-yard game in which he scored three times. Don't be surprised if he falls back to earth since he had just five catches for 45 yards over his previous four games.
Cole Kmet, TE, Bears: We suggested him last week and it looks like he's still available in a good amount of leagues. He caught four passes for 74 yards and scored twice for the second week in a row. That makes five touchdowns in his last three games.
Donovan Peoples-Jones, WR, Browns: Still widely available in leagues, Peoples-Jones has caught at least four passes for at least 70 yards in five of his last six games and he may be getting Deshaun Watson as his QB soon. Peoples-Jones had five catches for a season-high 99 yards Sunday.
Parris Campbell, WR, Colts: The return of Matt Ryan to the starting lineup signaled a return to relevance for Campbell. He had two solid games in Weeks 6 and 7 before Sam Ehlinger took the reigns for two weeks. Ryan hooked up well with Campbell, notching seven connections for 76 yards and a touchdown.
Kadarius Toney, WR, Chiefs: It makes sense that he is still available in some leagues since he had a modest debut with Kansas City. His second week with the team produced four catches for 57 yards and a touchdown, though. Toney also rushed for 33 yards, signaling Andy Reid's willingness to design plays for him.
Jaylen Warren, RB, Steelers: Getting opportunities is one of the biggest factors in fantasy and it looks like Warren is starting to get some. He rushed nine times for 37 yards and caught three passes for 40 more in a win that could signal more use.
Darius Slayton, WR, Giants: He had three catches for 95 yards and scored to record a third straight solid performance. Kenny Golladay is no threat to take targets away and Slayton has a good schedule coming up.
Nick Westbrook-Ikhine, WR, Titans: Here's another option who did practically nothing before this week. He had goose eggs in three straight games before catching five passes for 119 yards and two touchdowns Sunday. Adding him is a risk, but maybe the Titans found something.
Juwan Johnson, TE, Saints: The 26-year-old has had three good weeks out of four, catching five passes for 44 yards with a score Sunday. He also has four touchdowns over the last four weeks.
New Orleans Defense/Special Teams: With the Rams struggling offensively and possibly without Cooper Kupp, the Saints might be a nice streaming option in Week 11 since they face Los Angeles.
Keaontay Ingram, RB, Cardinals: The Cardinals waived Eno Benjamin surprisingly, which leaves Ingram as James Conner's backup. And if we know anything about Conner, it's that his backup will be needed at some point.