WEEK 11: Which Players Should You START This Week In NFL Fantasy Football?

It’s Week 11 and my word, have we had a long 11 weeks in Fantasy football. The list of injuries is phenomenal and the Bye weeks have made it difficult to pick the best starting lineup.

In Week 10 though, we made some sturdy picks to help you pick up decent fantasy points in a depleted pool of players to choose from. In fact, here are some of those:

JuJu Smith-Schuster = 13.70 Fantasy Points (97 Total Yards & 1 TD)

Orleans Darkwa = 10.80 Fantasy Points (88 Total Yards & 2-Point Conversion)

A.J. Green = 15.50 Fantasy Points (115 Total Yards & 1 TD)

This is the last week that teams are on their Bye (Hooray!!) and these teams include:

  • Carolina Panthers
  • Indianapolis Colts
  • New York Jets
  • San Francisco 49ers

 

  • Week 11: Which Player Has To Start In NFL Fantasy This Week?

    Each week members of Into The End Zone makes their one pick for a player must start in your NFL Fantasy Football team.

    This could be because we like the match up, they're already scoring points for fun or because we genuinely just fancy it!
    IntoTheEndZone TeamPlayer NamePositionTeam OpponentReason To Start Them
    Thomas Kirk CousinsQuarterbackWashington Redskins@ New Orleans SaintsMan, the Saints are rolling ... so, this looks like a bit of a hit or miss pick. But, Cousins has just put up 23.58 Fantasy Points against a strong Vikings D and this game with the Saints is going to score BIG! Bold prediction but I see Cousins throwing for at least 3 TD's in this one.
    Neil Travis KelceTight EndKansas City Chiefs@ New York GiantsKelce is coming off a Bye week and will be hungry to take advantage of a free-falling team. As good as the defense of New York should be they are struggling with having to be on the pitch for most of the game and Kelce is Alex Smith's favourite target.
    Matt ("Stats")Isaiah CrowellRunning BackCleveland Brownsvs. Jacksonville JaguarsThe Browns' lead back put up his second highest score this season last week of 15.5.
    The Jaguars give up on average 120 rushing yards per game 8th worst in the league.
    I expect the Browns to go to ground against the stingiest passing D in the league.
    CarterMelvin GordonRunning BackLos Angeles Chargersvs. Buffalo BillsAfter a quiet game for Gordon against Jacksonville I expect a quick turn around for him against the Bills, they have given up a league high 14 rushing touchdowns this season and 6 of them came last week against the Saints.

 

 

  • What do you make of these selections?

 

  • Get involved with us on Twitter and Facebook and share your Starting roster! Here’s to winning an NFL Fantasy Championship.

Post Author: Thomas Stocks

Editor, Social Media Guru and Analyst for IntoTheEndZone. Miami Dolphins fan and is in charge of the main @IntoTheEndZone_ account. Tweet us with pretty much anything NFL-related, we would love to chat Football.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.