Fantasy Football: Playing the waiver wire for Week 11

Moving on to Week 11 now, here are some fantasy football waiver wire additions to hone in on.

Katie Stratman-USA TODAY Sports
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Romeo Doubs, WR, Green Bay Packers

Doubs only had three catches for 31 yards against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 10, but he scored a touchdown for the third time in the last four games. He leads the team in targets (59), receptions (33) and receiving touchdowns (6), and his 20 percent target share leads Green Bay wide receivers. But, as is the issue with all Packers' pass catches, over half of Doubs' targets have been deemed uncatchable by Pro Football Focus.

By matchup or likely game script. Doubs doesn't have any particularly tough matchups on the rest of his schedule. It won't be pretty with Jordan Love quarterbacking the Packers, but Doubs has inherent fantasy value with a combination of heavy involvement and being a preferred option when the end zone is near.

ESPN Ownership: 39.7%
Yahoo! Ownership: 53%

Quentin Johnston, WR, Los Angeles Chargers

The clear highlight of Johnston's day in Week 10 against the Detroit Lions was his first NFL touchdown, among four catches for 34 yards. But he notably led all Chargers' skill players in snaps (61), with just one fewer route run than Keenan Allen.

Johnston will continue to see heavy snaps, and the only matchup that looks especially tough from here on out is Week 12 against the Baltimore Ravens. An awful Chargers' defense is sure to keep Justin Herbert throwing plenty, and Johnston's target share-based numbers can only really go up moving forward.

ESPN Ownership: 33.3%
Yahoo! Ownership: 29%