If you are reading this, it's means one of three things: You are either still in the hunt as we approach Week 11; you're just a crazy Matthew Berry fan; or you're bored and you just want something to argue about in the comments, and rankings seem as good a place to start as any. All roles to be envious of, so good on you, my Internet pal.
Week 11 isn't that bad. Just four teams on bye, there are certainly some fantasy stars we'll be without, but it's not that terrible. Quarterback is in good shape, with only Tony Romo missing from the regular starters in leagues 12 teams or smaller. Same is true for tight end, which potentially sees the return of Kyle Rudolph (I am ranking him for now) to a starting group that loses only Jason Witten this week.
That said, like most weeks, running back is an ugly mess. Not only are DeMarco Murray, Denard Robinson and Justin Forsett out, but injuries and muddled situations make teams like Buffalo, Miami, Denver, Tampa Bay, Cleveland, Cincinnati and the Giants tough to call. I'm doing these ranks on Tuesday, so you'll see where I land on all those situations and whom I think is playing, but be sure to check back daily as I will update these ranks as more news come in, we see practice reports, I talk to folks -- including our excellent NFL Nation beat reporters -- and so on. Always check the last "Updated" stamp.
If you're streaming defenses, Minnesota, Pittsburgh and, yes, Washington should be at the top of your waiver list. You'll see that I'm ignoring Andy Dalton's meltdown from last week, at least as it relates to A.J. Green, that Odell Beckham Jr. is officially in starter territory and I'm buying the "Brandin Cooks on the turf" thing.
As always, these ranks are based on ESPN standard league settings and scoring. Good luck in Week 11!
Latest updated: Fri., 6:15 p.m. ET