FANTASY FOOTBALL: NFL Week 11 studs and duds
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Mark Andrews, TE, BAL
96 receiving yards, 1 TD, 18.1 points.
Had his highest yardage total of the season and had his first score since Week 5.
Cleveland Browns DEF
17 points allowed, 5 sacks, 1 safety, 2 INTs, 1 fumble recovered, 1 TD, 20 points.
Pretty impressive to be in this spot with Myles Garrett out this week.
Rodrigo Blankenship, K, IND
4 FGs, 1 PAT, 15 points.
Matt Ryan, QB, ATL
232 passing yards, 2 INTs, 7.2 points.
Had a completion percentage of just 51% while being shut down by the Saints.
Matthew Stafford, QB, DET
178 passing yards, 5 rushing yards, 7.6 points.
Played through a thumb injury and was ineffective in an offence missing three of its top weapons.
Todd Gurley, RB, ATL
26 rushing yards, 3 receiving yards, 3.4 points.
Has shown that if he doesn’t reach the end zone, he’s not a good fantasy option.
Duke Johnson, RB, HOU
15 rushing yards, 20 receiving yards, 5 points.
Another disappointing game from Duke while David Johnson remains sidelined.
Jarvis Landry, WR, CLE
23 receiving yards, 3 rushing yards, 3.6 points.
The Browns just aren’t passing the ball, with 22 attempts compared to 40 rushes.
Tee Higgins, WR, CIN
26 receiving yards, 4.1 points.
Could only come up with three catches on his 10 targets.
Jamison Crowder, WR, NYJ
16 receiving yards, 2.1 points.
With one catch this week, he has just three over his past two games.
I HOPE YOU STARTED
After the surprise move by the Saints to go with Taysom Hill over Jameis Winston as their starting QB this week, the Swiss Army Man rewarded his coach’s faith. Hill threw for 233 yards while also running for 51 yards and two scores, landing him amongst the top fantasy scorers of the week.
-An undrafted Patriots WR went bonkers in fantasy this weekend, but it’s not the one you expect. After several big weeks, Jakobi Meyers was relatively silent for the Pats while Damiere Byrd absolutely went off, racking up 143 totals yards and a score for 23.3 fantasy points.