Fantasy Football Week 11: Waiver Wire Pickups -- Danny Ware And Jeremy Kerley

A look at New York players you might be able to snatch off the Fantasy Football waiver wire this week.

Looking for Fantasy Football Waiver Wire pickups who might be able to help your team in Week 11? You could do worse than to consider adding New York Giants running back Danny Ware or New York Jets wide receiver Jeremy Kerley if they are available in your league. Each player is coming off a career-best performance in Week 10.

Ware rushed nine times for 34 yards on Sunday and caught five passes for 34 more yards, the 68 yards from scrimmage being the most he has ever accounted for in a single game. With Ahmad Bradshaw having missed the past two games with a cracked bone in his foot, Ware's role in the Giants' offense has increased. Bradshaw's status for Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles remains uncertain, so Ware might be worth a pickup if you need an additional running back.

Kerley, the rookie wide receiver from TCU, has received more playing time since the Jets parted ways with veteran Derrick Mason. He has caught four passes in each of the last three games, and Sunday against New England he totaled a season-best 79 receiving yards. Kerley also returns punts for the Jets.

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