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Week 11 Fantasy Football Rankings

These rankings will be updated throughout the week up until Sunday at 1 PM ET for injuries or other reasons. [Note: our rankings are for standard (non-PPR) leagues, but you can simply move guys up or down based on how many passes they are expected to catch]



1. Tom Brady (@ OAK)

2. Alex Smith (@ NYG)

3. Carson Wentz (@ DAL)

4. Ben Roethlisberger (v TEN)

5. Russell Wilson (v ATL)

6. Dak Prescott (v PHI)

7. Drew Brees (v WAS)

8. Derek Carr (v NE)

9. Marcus Mariota (@ PIT)

10. Kirk Cousins (@ NO)

11. Jared Goff (@ MIN)

12. Matthew Stafford (@ CHI)

13. Matt Ryan (@ SEA)

14. Jay Cutler (v TB)

15. Philip Rivers (v BUF)

16. Case Keenum (v LAR)

17. Ryan Fitzpatrick (@ MIA)

18. Joe Flacco (@ GB)

19. Blake Bortles (@ CLE)

20. Brett Hundley (v BAL)

21. Brock Osweiler (v CIN)

22. Blaine Gabbert (@ HOU)

23. Eli Manning (v KC)

24. Andy Dalton (@ DEN)

25. Mitchell Trubisky (v DET)


Tom Brady should dismantle Oakland’s secondary in Mexico City… Alex Smith and the Chiefs should be explosive coming out of the bye week against a quitting Giants team… Carson Wentz and Dak Prescott will do battle on Sunday Night Football, and both are solid QB1 options… Ben Roethlisberger has still yet to throw for more than two touchdowns in a game, but it feels like that could come at home on Thursday night… Drew Brees is on pace for just 4,263 passing yards and 23 touchdown passes as the Saints win with defense and a running game… Hopefully we get a shootout between the Steelers and Titans this week, which would be good news for Marcus Mariota… A road test in Minnesota will be difficult, but Jared Goff still deserves consideration as a low-end QB1… Matt Ryan had 335 yards, three touchdowns, and one interception in Seattle last regular season, and then threw for 338 yards, three touchdowns, and no interceptions in the playoffs against them, but Kyle Shanahan might be a bigger loss for Atlanta than Richard Sherman is for the Seahawks… Jay Cutler has thrown for multiple touchdown passes in four-straight games and now gets a great matchup with Tampa Bay… Case Keenum gets to face his former team coming off a 300-yard, four-touchdown performance.


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1. Le’Veon Bell (v TEN)

2. Kareem Hunt (@ NYG)

3. Mark Ingram (v WAS)

4. Todd Gurley (@ MIN)

5. Melvin Gordon (v BUF)

6. Jay Ajayi (@ DAL)

7. Leonard Fournette (@ CLE)

8. Jordan Howard (v DET)

9. Tevin Coleman (@ SEA)

10. DeMarco Murray (@ PIT)

11. Alvin Kamara (v WAS)

12. LeSean McCoy (@ LAC)

13. Adrian Peterson (@ HOU)

14. Latavius Murray (v LAR)

15. Doug Martin (@ MIA)

16. Ameer Abdullah (@ CHI)

17. Alfred Morris (v PHI)

18. Jerick McKinnon (v LAR)

19. Kenyan Drake (v TB)

20. Dion Lewis (@ OAK)

21. Joe Mixon (@ DEN)

22. Lamar Miller (v ARI)

23. Jamaal Williams (v BAL)

24. Chris Thompson (@ NO)

25. Alex Collins (@ GB)

26. Rex Burkhead (@ OAK)

27. Orleans Darkwa (v KC)

28. Isaiah Crowell (v JAC)

29. Derrick Henry (@ PIT)

30. James White (@ OAK)

31. C.J. Anderson (v CIN)

32. Thomas Rawls (v ATL)

33. Duke Johnson (v JAC)

34. Damien Williams (v TB)

35. Corey Clement (@ DAL)

36. Marshawn Lynch (v NE)

37. Samaje Perine (@ NO)

38. Theo Riddick (@ CHI)

39. Danny Woodhead (@ GB)

40. Rod Smith (v PHI)

41. J.D. McKissic (v ATL)

42. Jamaal Charles (v CIN)

43. Devontae Booker (v CIN)

44. Jalen Richard (v NE)

45. Wayne Gallman (v KC)

46. Eddie Lacy (v ATL)

47. LeGarrette Blount (@ DAL)

48. DeAndre Washington (v NE)

49. T.J. Yeldon (@ CLE)

50. Austin Ekeler (v BUF)

51. Tarik Cohen (v DET)

52. Terron Ward (@ SEA)

53. Devante Mays (v BAL)

54. Charles Sims (@ MIA)

55. D’Onta Foreman (v ARI)

56. Javorius Allen (@ GB)

57. Benny Cunningham (v DET)

58. Giovani Bernard (@ DEN)

59. Shane Vereen (v KC)

60. Chris Ivory (@ CLE)


Le’Veon Bell and Kareem Hunt have been somewhat contained recently, but they are still elite options every week… Mark Ingram might be the most underrated running back in the NFL… The Chargers need to use Melvin Gordon more if they want to turn things around… Jay Ajayi probably not having a monster workload is the only thing holding him back from the top five, but he should handle 15 carries after getting eight in his team debut… Tevin Coleman is an immediate RB1 with Devonta Freeman unlikely to play, but the matchup puts him on the borderline… An injured offensive line is a downgrade for Adrian Peterson, but he’s still a high-end RB2 in a game Arizona will look to control… Latavius Murray is going to be ranked too low again, but he’s had at least 16 touches in each of his past four games… Doug Martin was inefficient in Week 10, but must have liked what he saw out of the Dolphins run defense on Monday night… Detroit didn’t scale back Ameer Abdullah’s workload after fumbling twice against the Packers, as he handled 73% of the team’s carries (a 6% increase from Week 9) and found the end zone from eight yards out… The Cowboys should feed Alfred Morris to keep Philly’s offense off the field on Sunday night… Kenyan Drake deserves more touches are breaking long runs in each of the past two games… Joe Mixon was saved by a touchdown again, but he did average 4.1 yards per carry against Tennessee; the Bengals should allow him to get to 20+ touches, but that hasn’t happened since Week 4… Ty Montgomery can’t catch an injury break, but he is worth FLEX consideration if he’s active; Jamaal Williams would jump to low-end RB2/FLEX status if Montgomery sits… I still am not confident enough in Isaiah Crowell to put him any higher than his current ranking… Thomas Rawls is too good not to have a breakout eventually… Corey Clement and Rod Smith are both worth looks on Sunday Night Football.


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1. Antonio Brown (v TEN)

2. Julio Jones (@ SEA)

3. Brandin Cooks (@ OAK)

4. Tyreek Hill (@ NYG)

5. Mike Evans (@ MIA)

6. Michael Thomas (v WAS)

7. DeVante Parker (v TB)

8. Keenan Allen (v BUF)

9. JuJu Smith-Schuster (v TEN)

10. Michael Crabtree (v NE)

11. Demaryius Thomas (v CIN)

12. Dez Bryant (v PHI)

13. Stefon Diggs (v LAR)

14. Adam Thielen (v LAR)

15. Doug Baldwin (v ATL)

16. A.J. Green (@ DEN)

17. Amari Cooper (v NE)

18. Golden Tate (@ CHI)

19. Nelson Agholor (@ DAL)

20. Larry Fitzgerald (@ HOU)

21. Sammy Watkins (@ MIN)

22. DeAndre Hopkins (v ARI)

23. Jeremy Maclin (@ GB)

24. Jordy Nelson (v BAL)

25. Marvin Jones (@ CHI)

26. Robert Woods (@ MIN)

27. Emmanuel Sanders (v CIN)

28. Jarvis Landry (v TB)

29. Marqise Lee (@ CLE)

30. DeSean Jackson (@ MIA)

31. Alshon Jeffery (@ DAL)

32. Davante Adams (v BAL)

33. John Brown (@ HOU)

34. Bruce Ellington (v ARI)

35. Corey Davis (@ PIT)

36. Danny Amendola (@ OAK)

37. Cooper Kupp (@ MIN)

38. Paul Richardson (v ATL)

39. Ted Ginn (v WAS)

40. Martavis Bryant (v TEN)

41. Rishard Matthews (@ PIT)

42. Jamison Crowder (@ NO)

43. Dede Westbrook (@ CLE)

44. Mohamed Sanu (@ SEA)

45. Mike Wallace (@ GB)

46. Josh Doctson (@ NO)

47. Terrance Williams (v PHI)

48. Tyler Lockett (v ATL)

49. Kelvin Benjamin (@ LAC)

50. Randall Cobb (v BAL)

51. Dontrelle Inman (v DET)

52. Kenny Stills (v TB)

53. Taylor Gabriel (@ SEA)

54. Jordan Matthews (@ LAC)

55. Roger Lewis (v KC)

56. Eric Decker (@ PIT)

57. Taverres King (v KC)

58. Chris Godwin (@ MIA)

59. Tyrell Williams (v BUF)

60. Mike Williams (v BUF)

61. Brandon Coleman (v WAS)

62. Kenny Golladay (@ CHI)

63. Adam Humphries (@ MIA)

64. Cole Beasley (v PHI)

65. Brice Butler (v PHI)

66. Phillip Dorsett (@ OAK)

67. Jaron Brown (@ HOU)

68. Travis Benjamin (v BUF)

69. J.J. Nelson (@ HOU)

70. Brandon LaFell (@ DEN)

71. Deonte Thompson (@ LAC)

72. Corey Coleman (v JAC)

73. Kendall Wright (v DET)

74. Ryan Grant (@ NO)

75. Willie Snead (v WAS)


Antonio Brown was held in check last week, but he should go off on Thursday Night Football… Julio Jones went for 7/139/1 in the regular season last year against Seattle, and now he’ll face a banged-up Legion of Boom, though as stated, he won’t have Kyle Shanahan calling plays… Brandin Cooks is the type of receiver that torches Oakland’s long cornerbacks… The Giants don’t tackle anymore, so Tyreek Hill might not touch the playing surface on Sunday… DeVante Parker didn’t explode like I expected on Monday night, but he has at least 66 yards in every healthy game this season… JuJu Smith-Schuster has put up 7/193/1 and 5/97/1 in two road games since taking over as the clear number-two receiver; it’ll be fun to see what he can do back at Heinz Field in primetime… I have a feeling the Patriots will double Amari Cooper and have Stephon Gilmore cover Michael Crabtree, so Crabtree is a low-end WR1 and Cooper is a WR2 for me… Demaryius Thomas has caught a touchdown in both games with Brock Osweiler at quarterback, and he went for 100 yards and a score against Cincinnati last season… Stefon Diggs and Adam Thielen are both solid WR2 options in a possible shootout… A.J. Green took advantage of a good matchup with a 70-yard touchdown last week, but he has a difficult matchup against Denver and had just 74 yards in his previous three games… Sammy Watkins might actually get more targets this week if Xavier Rhodes shadows a red-hot Robert Woods, but the Minnesota corners could also play sides… DeAndre Hopkins will almost certainly be shadowed by Patrick Peterson… Nelson Agholor is the preferred fantasy play over Alshon JefferySterling Shepard should lineup in the slot and left side to avoid Marcus Peters, but Kansas City is great off a bye week… Jordy Nelson is just a FLEX with Brett Hundley at quarterback, but Davante Adams might start getting more attention from opposing defenses… Thursday night would be a good time for Corey Davis to breakout for the Titans.


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1. Rob Gronkowski (@ OAK)

2. Travis Kelce (@ NYG)

3. Zach Ertz (@ DAL)

4. Jimmy Graham (v ATL)

5. Evan Engram (v KC)

6. Jared Cook (v NE)

7. Cameron Brate (@ MIA)

8. Hunter Henry (v BUF)

9. Kyle Rudolph (v LAR)

10. Delanie Walker (@ PIT)

11. Vernon Davis (@ NO)

12. Tyler Kroft (@ DEN)

13. Jason Witten (v PHI)

14. Charles Clay (@ LAC)

15. Marcedes Lewis (@ CLE)

16. Austin Hooper (@ SEA)

17. C.J. Fiedorowicz (v ARI)

18. David Njoku (v JAC)

19. Jermaine Gresham (@ HOU)

20. Benjamin Watson (@ GB)

21. Eric Ebron (@ CHI)

22. O.J. Howard (@ MIA)

23. Julius Thomas (v TB)

24. Gerald Everett (@ MIN)

25. Martellus Bennett (@ OAK)


Travis Kelce might score 5,000 touchdowns against the Giants this week, but I can’t put anyone over Rob Gronkowski, especially since he also has a favorable matchup… Zach Ertz should be healthy off the bye and is an elite option in a possible shootout… Jimmy Graham has six touchdowns over his past five games… Evan Engram has scored in four-straight games, but Kansas City could key on him in Week 11… Jared Cook only has one touchdown this season, but he’s on pace for a career-high 69 receptions and 887 yards… Cameron Brate has really struggled with Ryan Fitzpatrick at quarterback, but the Dolphins don’t defend tight ends well… Hunter Henry’s usage will go down as one of the more frustrating things about the 2017 season, especially because he will probably go off in the fantasy playoffs when everyone rage drops him… Delanie Walker has a difficult matchup, but he has at least five catches and 63 yards in each of the past three weeks… Vernon Davis will be a starting option again if Jordan Reed (hamstring) misses another game… The Eagles have allowed production to tight ends this season, so Jason Witten could have a nice game… Marcedes Lewis gets the pleasure of facing the Browns this week, so he’s a streaming option.


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1. Jacksonville Jaguars (@ CLE)

2. Kansas City Chiefs (@ NYG)

3. Baltimore Ravens (@ GB)

4. Arizona Cardinals (@ HOU)

5. Denver Broncos (v CIN)

6. Detroit Lions (@ CHI)

7. Los Angeles Chargers (v BUF)

8. Cincinnati Bengals (@ DEN)

9. Houston Texans (v ARI)

10. Miami Dolphins (v TB)

11. Philadelphia Eagles (@ DAL)

12. New Orleans Saints (v WAS)

13. Seattle Seahawks (v ATL)

14. Green Bay Packers (v BAL)

15. New England Patriots (@ OAK)

16. Chicago Bears (v DET)

17. Minnesota Vikings (v LAR)

18. Los Angeles Rams (@ MIN)

19. Pittsburgh Steelers (v TEN)

20. Buffalo Bills (@ LAC)


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1. Stephen Gostkowski (@ OAK)

2. Jake Elliott (@ DAL)

3. Justin Tucker (@ GB)

4. Kai Forbath (v LAR)

5. Greg Zuerlein (@ MIN)

6. Harrison Butker (@ NYG)

7. Chris Boswell (v TEN)

8. Matt Prater (@ CHI)

9. Will Lutz (v WAS)

10. Matt Bryant (@ SEA)

11. Blair Walsh (v ATL)

12. Ryan Succop (@ PIT)

13. Josh Lambo (@ CLE)

14. Mason Crosby (v BAL)

15. Mike Nugent (v PHI)


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