If you need some help at tight end, or any other position, take a look at my waiver wire article for Week 11.
Here are my Top 20 options at the position this week.
TOP 20 WEEK 11 RANKINGS BELOW
Kansas City Chiefs sensation Travis Kelce is my top tight end for Week 11 for obvious reasons: he's super talented and has a great matchup. Kelce ranks No. 3 among tight ends in receiving targets. He also has three consecutive games with a touchdown. He's facing the New York Giants, a team allowing the most fantasy points per game and touchdowns to opposing tight ends.
Oakland Raiders tight end Jared Cook was very involved in a Week 9 win against the Miami Dolphins, catching a season-high eight passes for 126 yards. He should come back from the Raiders' Week 10 bye refreshed and a trusted target for Derek Carr. He faces the New England Patriots in Week 11, a defense getting torched by the pass this year. Cook is my No. 5 tight end this week.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Cameron Brate is my No. 8 option for Week 11. Brate will face a Miami Dolphins defense, which was just torn up by Jared Cook. The Dolphins the fifth-most fantasy points per game to opposing tight ends. Brate has four touchdowns on the season and he could get another in this matchup.
Cincinnati Bengals tight end Tyler Kroft is on the field all of the time and has three touchdowns this season. Although he is in that category of needing to score to be relevant on your fantasy squad, he has a good chance at doing so in Week 11. The Bengals are facing the Denver Broncos, a unit allowing the second-most fantasy points per game, most receiving yards and second most touchdowns to opposing tight ends. He's a dart throw, but comes in as my No. 12 option, making him stream-worthy.
Veteran tight end Jason Witten is a low-end TE1 in deeper leagues for me in this spot. The Dallas Cowboys are facing the Philadelphia Eagles. This year, the Eagles have been impressive on both sides of the ball, but have had a bit of trouble covering opposing tight ends. The Eagles are allowing the ninth-most fantasy points per game to the position. Witten is not an exciting start, but he could see a larger workload based on the Cowboys' running-game woes in Week 10.
Arizona Cardinals tight end Jermaine Gresham is my No. 18 option for Week 11, but you shouldn't shy away from him if you need a starter at tight end. He has scored in back-to-back games entering a Week 11 matchup against the Houston Texans, a defense allowing the eighth-most fantasy points per game and seventh-most receiving yards to opposing tight ends.