Johnson, Anderson, Everett Lead Fantasy Targets For Week 11

  • Ty Johnson is owned in 19% of fantasy leagues.
  • Robby Anderson is owned in 39% of leagues.
  • Gerald Everett is owned in 20% of leagues.

NEW YORK – With Week 10 of the NFL in the books, there are plenty of fantasy football free agents to target heading into Week 11 including Ty Johnson, Robby Anderson, and Gerald Everett.

One way to gauge their fantasy value is by looking into their player props on online sportsbooks and how they have performed against them.

Ty Johnson, RB, New York Jets

Ty Johnson should be one of the top adds in fantasy ahead of Week 11. He has gone for 10+ points in four of his last five games. In those five games, Johnson has gotten most of his work on the receiving end going for 6+ targets and 40+ yards in three games.

Johnson has also done well with his NFL player prop odds in recent weeks having hit the Over in his receiving yard total in four of five games while scoring a touchdown in three of those games.

He gets his fair share of usage as well with the fifth-most targets on the Jets but just 12 targets behind the top spot.

Johnson should be an easy add being owned in 19% of fantasy leagues and is well worth a top-3 waiver claim.

Robby Anderson, WR, Carolina Panthers

After getting off to a slow start to the NFL season, Robby Anderson’s value has risen with the unfortunate news that Sam Darnold will go on IR. That is because with PJ Walker and Cam Newton under center, Anderson was targeted more often in the Carolina Panthers Week 10 win over the Arizona Cardinals.

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With PJ Walker under center, Anderson should be trusted. Back in Week 7, Walker attempted 14 passes with nine of them in the direction of Anderson. In Week 10, Anderson caught four of six targets for 37 yards and a touchdown, however, his touchdown reception came from Cam Newton which could be a sign that Newton will look Anderson’s way in the red zone if and when he takes over QB1 duties.

With his usage getting an immediate uptick with the quarterback change, Anderson is worth picking up if he remains on course.

Gerald Everett, TE, Seattle Seahawks

With Russell Wilson now back under center, Everett is worth an add. In three of four games that they were on the field together, he went for 10+ points.

In the three games that Wilson missed, Everett stayed at six points or less. In Wilson’s first game back, Everett saw eight targets for eight receptions and 63 yards which was good for 14.3 fantasy points.

In other words, Everett’s receiving yard total of 19 yards set by sportsbooks was demolished.

Everett can be found in 80% of fantasy leagues and is a solid streaming option for the rest of the season and can be started as long as Russell Wilson is under center.