Week 11 Fantasy Football Rankings

Welcome to week 11 of the Fantasy Football season. This week the rankings are a little late … I missed the extremely slow game that was the Saints and Panthers last night. I have excluded all players from that game in my rankings. As always the rankings are based on a half-point PPR format and are created to help with your every start-sit decision. Good luck in week 11!

  1. Tom Brady, NE QB at SF
  2. Ben Roethlisberger, PIT QB at CLE
  3. Marcus Mariota, TEN QB at IND
  4. Andrew Luck, IND QB vs. TEN
  5. Aaron Rodgers, GB QB at WAS
  6. Kirk Cousins, WAS QB vs. GB
  7. Blake Bortles, JAC QB at DET
  8. Russell Wilson, SEA QB vs. PHI
  9. Tyrod Taylor, BUF QB at CIN
  10. Andy Dalton, CIN QB vs. BUF
  11. Dak Prescott, DAL QB vs. BAL
  12. Eli Manning, NYG QB vs. CHI
  13. Matthew Stafford, DET QB vs. JAC
  14. Derek Carr, OAK QB vs. HOU
  15. Jameis Winston, TB QB at KC

Kirk Cousins is extremely high in the FantasyProjection rankings this week mainly due to his amazing match-up with the Green Bay Packers and his recent performance. The Packers don’t seem to stop anyone one the passing game recently and that should only benefit Cousins’ fantasy owners. The Packers are allowing 255 yards passing per game and have allowed 19 touchdowns over the season which is 25th in the league this year. Cousins has been putting up solid fantasy numbers over the season throwing for over 260 yards in 8 out f 9 games and over 300 in 4 of those. He has also thrown for 2 or more touchdowns in 5 games this year. I project Cousins will throw for 300 yards and 2 touchdowns in week 11.

Dak Prescott has been one of the most consistent rookie QBs we have seen in a long time. He has put up solid fantasy points for multiple weeks in a row, but I think his value takes a slight hit this week against the Ravens. The Ravens have been nothing short of surprising against QBs this year and I think that can continue this week against the rookie. The Ravens are only allowing 210 yards passing per game this season which is 5th in the league. It also does not help that they are best against the run on a rushing yards per game basis. If Zeke isn’t able to rush like he has then I can see this offense struggling. I project Prescott will throw for 220 yards and 1 TD this week.

Running Backs
  1. Le’Veon Bell, PIT RB at CLE
  2. DeMarco Murray, TEN RB at IND
  3. LeGarrette Blount, NE RB at SF
  4. David Johnson, ARI RB at MIN
  5. Spencer Ware, KC RB vs. TB
  6. LeSean McCoy, BUF RB at CIN
  7. Theo Riddick, DET RB vs. JAC
  8. Ezekiel Elliott, DAL RB vs. BAL
  9. Latavius Murray, OAK RB vs. HOU
  10. Jay Ajayi, MIA RB at LA
  11. Lamar Miller, HOU RB at OAK
  12. Todd Gurley, LA RB vs. MIA
  13. Jordan Howard, CHI RB at NYG
  14. Doug Martin, TB RB at KC
  15. Robert Kelley, WAS RB vs. GB

LeGarrette Blount will have an explosive game this week against the porous Cleveland Browns run D. The Browns are allowing the second most yards per game to the running back this season (144) as well as 12 touchdowns. Blount will not only rack up yards but he will for sure get in the end zone at least once especially after he scored 3 times last week. I project Blount will rush for 90 yards and 2 TDs in week 11.

Robert Kelley has been a surprise the past few weeks getting over 20 carries in each week and rushing for over 80 yards in each game. Kelley is taking on a very good run D this week in the Green Bay Packers, but I think that the volume that Kelley is getting will more than make up for any struggles he may run into…see what I did there. I project Kelley will rush for 70 yards and a TD in week 11.

Wide Receivers
  1. Antonio Brown, PIT WR at CLE
  2. A.J. Green, CIN WR vs. BUF
  3. Mike Evans, TB WR at KC
  4. Odell Beckham Jr., NYG WR vs. CHI
  5. T.Y. Hilton, IND WR vs. TEN
  6. Jordy Nelson, GB WR at WAS
  7. Larry Fitzgerald, ARI WR at MIN
  8. Allen Robinson, JAC WR at DET
  9. DeAndre Hopkins, HOU WR at OAK
  10. Julian Edelman, NE WR at SF
  11. Doug Baldwin, SEA WR vs. PHI
  12. Terrelle Pryor, CLE WR vs. PIT
  13. Michael Crabtree, OAK WR vs. HOU
  14. Donte Moncrief, IND WR vs. TEN
  15. Davante Adams, GB WR at WAS
  16. Dez Bryant, DAL WR vs. BAL
  17. Golden Tate, DET WR vs. JAC
  18. Jamison Crowder, WAS WR vs. GB
  19. Amari Cooper, OAK WR vs. HOU
  20. Stefon Diggs, MIN WR vs. ARI
  21. Tyreek Hill, KC WR vs. TB
  22. Cameron Meredith, CHI WR at NYG
  23. Robert Woods, BUF WR at CIN
  24. Tavon Austin, LA WR vs. MIA
  25. Jarvis Landry, MIA WR at LA

Terrelle Pryor is an absolute physical specimen who is staring to be utilized to his full potential in the NFL. He is the clear number 1 option on the Cleveland Browns and he has a great match-up in week 11 against the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Steelers are allowing 287 yards per game receiving (25th in the NFL) and have allowed 11 touchdowns over the season. I also believe that the Browns will be down early and they will need to throw the ball often which will only help Pryor. I project Pryor will have 90 yards receiving and 1 TD this week.

Tyreek Hill had his coming out party in week 10 with Jeremy Maclin sideline due to injury. He caught 10 balls for a total of 89 yards and ended up being a big PPR surprise play. I expect this will continue as long as he faces sub-par pass defenses and Maclin is on the bench. Hill is taking on the Buccaneers this week who are 23rd in the league against WRs on a receiving yards per game basis. I project Hill will continue to be a solid WR2 in week 11 catching 8 balls for 80 yards.

Tight Ends
  1. Delanie Walker, TEN TE at IND
  2. Martellus Bennett, NE TE at SF
  3. Jordan Reed, WAS TE vs. GB
  4. Travis Kelce, KC TE vs. TB
  5. Jimmy Graham, SEA TE vs. PHI
  6. Tyler Eifert, CIN TE vs. BUF
  7. Zach Miller, CHI TE at NYG
  8. Eric Ebron, DET TE vs. JAC
  9. Kyle Rudolph, MIN TE vs. ARI
  10. Julius Thomas, JAC TE at DET
  11. Cameron Brate, TB TE at KC
  12. C.J. Fiedorowicz, HOU TE at OAK

Delanie Walker blew up last week for 124 yards and 1 TD making him one of the best TE plays last week for fantasy. I expect this trend to continue against the Colts miserable pass defense. The Colts are worst in the league against opposing receivers based on receiving yards per game and I know Walker will take full advantage of this. I project Walker will have 90 yards receiving and 1 TD in week 11.

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