As the fantasy Football playoffs edge closer, decisions made on the waiver wire become even more important. Teams should be looking to improve consistently and waiver wire additions can help add depth to teams and also give playoff teams potential fill-in starters. Here are five must-add waiver wire additions in week 11 of the fantasy football season.

1. Tyreek Hill. (9.9% Ownership ESPN)

The Chiefs offense isn't the greatest for fantasy owners, but Hill now commands enough targets to make him worth a speculative add in week 11. Hill caught ten passes for 89 yards and was the clear leading receiver on the Chiefs.

His production over the last four weeks is encouraging enough to make him worth a claim on all fantasy waiver wires this week.

2. Colin Kaepernick. (14.2% Owned, ESPN)

Kaepernick has had two great weeks in a row, scoring more than 20 fantasy points against both the Saints and Cardinals. The 49ers quarterback has delivered fantasy production with both his arms and his legs, making him less of a risky fantasy play in any given week. He hasn't scored less than 13 fantasy points as a starter and should be considered a solid option for any fantasy team without a decent quarterback.

3. Steelers D/ST. (17.3% Owned, ESPN)

The Steelers aren't the greatest fantasy defense in the world, but they do get to play the Browns in week 11.

The Steelers will almost definitely be your best streaming option on the waiver wire this week, so make sure that you put in a claim for them if you are looking to stream a defense this week.

4. Vernon Davis. (22.8% Owned, ESPN)

Jordan Reed? Who's that? Vernon Davis is experiencing a renaissance with a Redskins team that loves to rely on the tight end.

Davis has scored at least seven fantasy points in his last four weeks and has scored two touchdowns in that same time span. Weak tight end depth on the waiver wire makes Davis definitely worth an add and even a start in fantasy leagues for week 11.

5. Kadeem Carey/Jeremy Langford. (2.2%/32% Owned, ESPN)

The Bears aren't a great offense, but any starting running back has fantasy value. Jordan Howard's injury could easily make one of these guys a fantasy starter in a world already starved for fantasy running back depth. Add Langford first if you can, but even Carey will likely have some fantasy value in a time share if Howard misses any time with his injury.

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