It's about to be week 11 of the Fantasy football season and several key players are slowly returning to the field, just in time for the fantasy playoffs. Let's take a look at a few players that will step in and have an effect on the fantasy landscape.

1. Panthers TE Greg Olsen

Weak at tight end? In need of a player that might actually be able to produce at one of the weakest positions in Fantasy Football? It's time to take a look at Greg Olsen, who will likely make his return in week 12, just in time for the fantasy playoffs. Olsen wasn't great in his first two games, accumulating just 3 combined fantasy points, but when he returns he will be Cam Newton's top target.

With Kelvin Benjamin gone, expect Olsen to get a majority of the targets and put up some decent fantasy numbers.

2. Cardinals RB David Johnson

It's hard to believe that Johnson could ever return this season, especially given the Cardinals current situation. However, Johnson has repeatedly stated that he would play this season if given the opportunity. There is some chance that he returns relatively soon (Less than 3 weeks) depending on the severity of his wrist injury. If he can play, you want to own him for the fantasy playoffs.

3. Ravens RB Danny Woodhead

The Baltimore running back will finally be back after a bye in week 10 against the Packers. At this point, Alex Collins seems to have a hold on the lead role in the backfield.

However, the Ravens have Woodhead for a reason, and they are going to use him once he comes back. Expect Woodhead to put up some decent fantasy numbers in his return.

4. Bills TE Charles Clay

If you owned the Buffalo tight end for the first few weeks of the year, you were rewarded with top five tight end production. But he suffered an injury against the Bengals, and has been out since that point.

He returns against the Saints this week and remains one of quarterback Tyrod Taylor's favorite targets.

5. Browns WR Cory Coleman

The Cleveland Browns wide receiver was placed on IR after week 2 of the season. He shined in the first week of the year, grabbing five passes for 53 receiving yards and a touchdown. Now that his hand is fully recovered, Coleman should be activated from the IR for week 11.

He will immediately become the Browns best wide receiver and should have plenty of chances in a Browns offense that always seems to be playing from behind. If you are looking to add wide receiver depth, Coleman isn't a bad option on the waiver wire.