It’s hard to believe, but it’s already Week 11 in the NFL. That means there are only a few more opportunities for fantasy football owners to secure a playoff spot in their leagues.

That makes every decision that much more crucial. We have you covered, though, with our best waiver wire adds for Week 11. You can check them out below.

Quarterback: Mark Sanchez, Philadelphia Eagles
Nothing is official yet, but there have been multiple reports saying Sam Bradford won’t start this weekend against the Tampa Buccaneers. So, if you are in a real bind at quarterback this week, you might want to pick up Sanchez as a short-term fix. He was 14 of 23 for 156 yards and one interception in relief of Bradford last Sunday against the Miami Dolphins.

Other quarterbacks to add: Johnny Manziel, T.J. Yates, Jameis Winston

Running Back: Andre Ellington, Arizona Cardinals
Chris Johnson is the No. 1 running back for the Cardinals, but Ellington has put up some strong numbers despite his limited use on offense. He is coming off one of his best games of the season, running for 61 yards and a touchdown on five carries.

Other running backs to add: Shane Vereen, Charles Sims, Alfred Blue

Wide Receiver: Michael Floyd, Arizona Cardinals
You should definitely pick up Floyd if he still is available in your league. Heading into this week, he was hovering around 60 percent owned. But opportunistic fantasy players are picking him up after his two touchdowns against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday night.

Other receivers to add: Kamar Aiken, Chris Givens, Wes Welker

Tight End: Eric Ebron, Detroit Lions
Ebron only had 28 yards on four receptions against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, but he has a much more favorable matchup this weekend. The Oakland Raiders have given up the third most points to opposing tight end this season, which is good news for the few Ebron owners. If he is still available in your league, and there’s a good chance he is, then he is a great start at tight end this week.

Other tight ends to add: Jacob Tamme, Richard Rodgers

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