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Week 11 Fantasy Football Rankings


Quarterbacks

  1. Tom Brady
  2. Derek Carr
  3. Phillip Rivers
  4. Carson Palmer
  5. Cam Newton
  6. Aaron Rodgers
  7. Blake Bortles
  8. Tyrod Taylor
  9. Andy Dalton
  10. Matt Stafford
  11. Matt Ryan
  12. Ryan Fitzpatrick
  13. Tony Romo
  14. Jameis Winston
  15. Marcus Mariota
  16. Ryan Tannehill
  17. Joe Flacco
  18. Russell Wilson
  19. Jay Cutler
  20. Kirk Cousins
  21. Teddy Bridgewater
  22. Brian Hoyer
  23. Mark Sanchez
  24. Brock Osweiler
  25. Matt Hasselbeck

Sleeper: Jameis Winston

Going against a weakened Philadelphia defense, rookie standout Jameis Winston is in position for a continuation of his recent success. Winston is getting a lot of help from second year wideout Mike Evans and passing downs back Charles Sims, so we can expect continued success from Winston this week as well. Winston is a great option this week and most likely can be found on the waiver wire.

Don’t Trust: Andy Dalton

The Andy Dalton fantasy ride was fun while it lasted, but think it’s finally coming to an end. Dalton has a string of tough match ups coming up, and it starts Sunday at the Arizona Cardinals. Dalton struggled heavily against the Texans this past week, primarily due to their pass rush. Expect the Cardinals to do no different, so make plans for someone other than Dalton to start for you this week.

Running Backs

  1. Adrian Peterson
  2. Devonta Freeman
  3. Todd Gurley
  4. Lamar Miller
  5. Charcandrick West
  6. Demarco Murray
  7. Darren McFadden
  8. Marshawn Lynch
  9. Chris Ivory
  10. Lesean McCoy
  11. Jeremy Langford
  12. Frank Gore
  13. T.J. Yeldon
  14. LeGarrette Blount
  15. Latavius Murray
  16. Justin Forsett
  17. Doug Martin
  18. Jonathan Stewart
  19. Danny Woodhead
  20. James Starks
  21. Giovani Bernard
  22. Karlos Williams
  23. Antonio Andrews
  24. Chris Johnson
  25. Theo Riddick
  26. Melvin Gordon
  27. Matt Jones
  28. Andre Ellington
  29. Ronnie Hillman
  30. Ahmad Bradshaw
  31. C.J. Anderson
  32. Shaun Draughn
  33. Alfred Morris
  34. Alfred Blue
  35. Charles Sims
  36. Darren Sproles
  37. Jay Ajayi
  38. Ameer Abdullah
  39. Dexter McCluster
  40. Jeremy Hill
  41. Chris Thompson
  42. Eddie Lacy
  43. Brandon Bolden
  44. David Cobb
  45. Joique Bell
  46. Chris Polk
  47. James White
  48. Javorius Allen
  49. Tevin Coleman
  50. David Johnson

Sleeper: Frank Gore

When you think of Frank Gore, the term “sleeper” doesn’t really come to mind. Andrew Luck suffered a lacerated kidney and is expected to be out for about a month, so in steps Matt Hasselbeck at quarterback. The Colts are going to have lean on the run game more, so in steps Frank Gore. The Falcons have been decent against the run this week, but Gore should be a solid RB1 play this week.

Don’t Trust: Matt Jones

Last week we saw Matt Jones breakout in a big way against a really bad Saints defense, but how much of that should be viewed as credible? Like they are starting to say, “What happens against New Orleans, stays against New Orleans.” Jones will get one of the best run defenses of them all Sunday in the Panthers, so he’s definitely a must sit. RB3 in most 12 team leagues that should be sat.

Wide Receivers

  1. Dez Bryant
  2. Julio Jones
  3. Allen Robinson
  4. Mike Evans
  5. Calvin Johnson
  6. Amari Cooper
  7. Deandre Hopkins
  8. Brandon Marshall
  9. Eric Decker
  10. Allen Hurns
  11. Stevie Johnson
  12. Michael Crabtree
  13. Jarvis Landry
  14. Alshon Jeffrey
  15. Larry Fitzgerald
  16. Demaryius Thomas
  17. Brandon LaFell
  18. Randall Cobb
  19. T.Y. Hilton
  20. Danny Amendola
  21. A.J. Green
  22. Jeremy Maclin
  23. Davante Adams
  24. Marvin Jones
  25. Donte Moncrief
  26. Sammy Watkins
  27. Kamar Aiken
  28. Jordan Matthews
  29. Stefon Diggs
  30. Michael Floyd
  31. Nate Washington
  32. Emmanuel Sanders
  33. Dorial Green-Beckham
  34. John Brown
  35. Jamison Crowder
  36. Doug Baldwin
  37. Desean Jackson
  38. Tavon Austin
  39. Rishard Matthews
  40. Chris Givens
  41. Devin Funchess
  42. Pierre Garcon
  43. James Jones
  44. Golden Tate
  45. Corey Brown
  46. Ted Ginn Jr.
  47. Marquess Wilson
  48. Dontrelle Inman
  49. Terrance Williams
  50. Roddy White

Sleeper: Marvin Jones

Does anyone else remember 2013 Marvin Jones or is it just me? Jones scored 10 touchdowns that year, solidifying himself as the Bengals number two wideout. Finally healthy, Jones is proving to be a solid number two wideout for the Bengals. In a tough matchup with the Cardinals, A.J. Green should be shadowed by Patrick Peterson all night; leaving the Cardinals vulernable to plays from someone else. I really love Jones this week as a low-end WR2.

Don’t Start: T.Y. Hilton

The loss of Andrew Luck will be detrimental to T.Y. Hilton, as the Colts best deep threat will now have Matt Hasselbeck to work with. Unless Hasselbeck has found the fountain of youth, don’t expect WR1 production from Hilton over the rest of the season. I would be surprised if Hilton reaches his full potential this week and for the rest of the year.

Tight Ends

  1. Rob Gronkowski
  2. Antonio Gates
  3. Greg Olsen
  4. Eric Ebron
  5. Tyler Eifert
  6. Travis Kelce
  7. Delanie Walker
  8. Jordan Reed
  9. Crockett Gillmore
  10. Charles Clay
  11. Julius Thomas
  12. Jason Witten
  13. Martellus Bennett
  14. Jimmy Graham
  15. Clive Walford
  16. Coby Fleener
  17. Richard Rodgers
  18. Zach Ertz
  19. Owen Daniels
  20. Jacob Tamme
  21. Kyle Rudolph
  22. Jared Cook
  23. Jordan Cameron
  24. Brent Celek
  25. Zach Miller

Sleeper: Charles Clay

If anyone watched the Bills vs. Jets last Thursday, than I assume you saw the same thing as me; Charles Clay looks like the Bills’ number 2 wide receiver. Clay was running screens, slants and even out routes. Clay provides for great hands that Tyrod Taylor can trust, which means that we can trust him. Especially in PPR leagues, Clay is a TE1 this week against the Patriots.

Don’t Trust: Jimmy Graham

Jimmy Graham isn’t good in Seattle, so why does he keep being ranked as a TE1? This week is my first week including Graham outside of the top 12 and it feels great. Graham has been underperfoming in his new role, and until something changes he cannot be trusted. Sorry Graham owners, but definitely look towards the waiver wire this week.

Start of the Week: Dez Bryant

I am incredibly high on Dez Bryant this week, I can say it enough. Dez Bryant has a great connection with Tony Romo, who also returns this week from injury. If the Cowboys have any chance at the playoffs, they have to win now. What better way to start things off than to torch a battered Dolphins secondary with one of the best wide receivers in the league? Dez should be a must start in every format and league this week.

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Andrew Scherer

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