3 Fantasy Football Quarterback Streaming Options for Week 11

After an injury-plagued start to the year, Marcus Mariota is healthy and playing well coming into this week's matchup with the Colts. Which other low-owned quarterbacks should you look to stream?

Quarterback streaming isn't for everyone, but if you're in a standard league -- like a 10- or 12-team league that features just one starting signal caller -- grabbing productive quarterbacks who have good matchups off the waiver wire is often doable.

Sure, you won't have the luxury of setting it and forgetting it with Aaron Rodgers as your quarterback, but when the top-end signal callers draw a tough matchup, their upside can be matched by a waiver-wire option in a more favorable situation.

In Week 10, Nick Mullens finished with a measly 10.1 fantasy points, which made him the QB24 for the week. He passed for a respectable 250 yards, but he had just one score and was doomed by a pair of interceptions. Baker Mayfield (22.64 points, QB5) and Blake Bortles (21.6,QB7), the two secondary streaming options we touched on last week, both had superb outings.

Despite the dud from Mullens, through 10 weeks, our top streaming pick is averaging 18.9 fantasy points, a per-game clip that ranks 15th at the position.

If you're looking for some quarterback options from the waiver wire -- regardless of league size -- we have you covered. Here are three quarterbacks owned in fewer than roughly 30% of Yahoo leagues who are in a good spot this week.