Fantasy Football Week 11 Start Em, Sit Em Lineup Advice, Projections, and Roster Q&A

Sooooo…yeah….

That’s probably how a lot of you felt after last week’s fantasy results. If you had a bad week, join the crowd.

It appears that certain defenses (the Cowboys, Titans, and others) may have finally caught up with certain offenses (Bills, Panthers, and others) after the long offseason, which led to some surprising and disappointing performances in Week 10.

But not for Aaron Rodgers owners. Never for Aaron Rodgers owners.

No worries.  If you have a bad week, it’s not your fault; it was just one of those weeks.  Good grief, the Chicago Bears’ DEFENSE was the number one fantasy player last week.  Let’s just write it off as an off week and get back on the horse, ready for Week 11.

Last Week’s Picks: 9 for 18 (50 %)

  • Hits: Philip Rivers, Tony Romo, Jay Cutler, Andy Dalton, KC/Denver Running Backs, Michael Turner, Knowshon Moreno, NE Running Backs
  • Misses: Ryan Fitzpatrick, Mark Sanchez, Eli Manning, DeAngelo Williams, Steve Breaston, Pierre Garcon, Josh Cribbs, Deion Branch, Jake Ballard

Once again, “Start Em” guys are QBs/TEs outside of the Top 12 and RBs/WRs outside of the Top 25. “Sit Em Guys” include QBs/TEs that are in the Top 12 and RBs/WRs that are in the Top 25.

Just a reminder, the following teams are on bye this week…so make sure to rest any players on these teams:

  • Indianapolis
  • New Orleans
  • Pittsburgh
  • Houston

Fantasy Football Start Em, Sit Em Picks for Week 11: QB

Start Em QB: Tim Tebow

I understand I will probably be the ONLY fantasy “Expert” this week who will predict success for Tim Tebow against the Jets in Week 11.  Just hear me out.

After starting only FOUR games out of ten, Tebow is already the 23rd ranked QB in all of Fantasy.  Not the 23rd best QB since he became a starter…the 23rd best QB for the entire year.

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Now I know Tebow looked bad against a Detroit defense that put a lot of pressure on him – something that the Jets will definitely try to emulate; but the Jets’ passing defense isn’t exactly elite.  They rank 8th overall, which isn’t too shabby, but they aren’t untouchable through the air (Detroit is ranked 2nd by the way).  And oh, by the way, he still finished with 12 fantasy points against Detroit, which would have been good for 14th best this past week…again, not awesome by any means, but still a starter in deep leagues.

And just think about the matchups.  Darrelle Revis will take away…who?  Does it really matter?  It’s not like the Broncos’ passing attack will REALLY miss Eric Decker, or Demariyus Thomas, or whoever Revis will be guarding.

Remember, you don’t need Tebow to be PRETTY to be effective in fantasy.

Tim Tebow fantasy football Week 11 projection: 120 passing yards, 1 TD and 1 INT; 50 rushing yards, 1 TD (this would be good for 20 points…definitely a a top ten Fantasy QB in almost any given week).

Other start ‘em QBs for Week Eleven:

  • Matt Moore – Buffalo’s pass defense is absolutely atrocious.
  • Matt Stafford – Bounce back game against a terrible Carolina team.

Sit Em QB: Cam Newton

Is anybody else scared that the league has started to figure him out a little bit?  What Tennessee did last week against the great Cam Newton was interesting – they played him like he was a quarterback.  The Titans basically decided that Newton would probably beat them on the ground a few times a game, as those plays are unstoppable even if you plan for them.  But if they could confuse him in the pocket, they could have success against him.  And they did.

The Lions’ pass defense is, once again, the second best unit in the league.  Be careful starting the wunderkind in Week 11.

Cam Newton fantasy football Week 11 projection: 200 yards, 2 INTs.  40 rushing yards.

Other sit ‘em QBs for Week Eleven:

  • Mark Sanchez – I think the Jets will definitely try to rebound well after the disaster against New England, but with a short week in store I think they rebound on the ground…not with the Sanchize’s arm.
  • Joe Flacco – Just…say…no.

fantasy-football-start-em-sit-em-week-11-jerodJerod’s thoughts:

I have emphatically said no to Tebow every week since his first as the starter. My reluctance to trust him has had less to do with my faith in his ability – I’m on record numerous times on this site saying I think he can be a winning QB in the right system – and far more to do with my lack of faith in John Fox’s faith in Tebow. I’ve thought that there was at least a decent chance of Tebow being pulled in the last couple of games if things got out of hand, and I wasn’t willing to risk a QB slot on a chance like that. But now, with Tebow grabbing a more firm grip on the starting job, it’s okay to deploy him with some confidence. I wouldn’t particularly want him as my QB this week against an angry Jets team, but I can seem him squeezing out 10-12 points.

As for Cam, the entire time struggled last week. I’m not ready to write him off, but being cautious with rookie QBs is always smart, especially later in the season as their bodies and focus start to hit a wall.

I bet Flacco rebounds and has a better week that you think. It’s his, and the Ravens, M.O.

Fantasy Football Start Em, Sit Em Picks for Week 11: RBs

Start Em RB: Marshawn Lynch

I’m not really a huge fan of Lynch in general, but he’s actually had a surprisingly solid season so far from a fantasy perspective.  This week, his Seahawks will travel on the road and face a tough division rival on the road.

Lol.

I know.  It’s just the NFC West.  But they WILL be playing the St. Louis Rams…a team who is second to last in the league against the run.  Start Lynch with confidence this week.

Surely Ray Lewis would.

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And Tracy Porter…

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Marshawn Lynch fantasy football Week 11 projection: 150 total yards, 1 TD

Other start ‘em RBs for Week Eleven:

  • Reggie Bush – He’s been hot lately, and he should have a hey-day against the Bills.
  • Kendall Hunter – I expect the 49ers to run away and hide from the Cardinals this week…and Hunter will be a beneficiary.

Sit Em RB: Beanie Wells

I’ve been very wrong about him this year.  Right now, he’s in the top 12 of all Running Backs.  However, he’s not doing ANYTHING this week against the best defense in the National Football League.  (Scroll down for Jerod’s obligatory love session with the 49ers).

Beanie Wells fantasy football Week 11 projection: 45 total yards

Other sit ‘em RBs for Week Eleven:

  • Michael Bush – Minnesota is still VERY good against the run…expect them to make Carson Palmer beat them.
  • Kansas City Running Backs – A lot of things going against them this week…the Pats should have a big lead, the Pats are pretty good against the run, and the lack of Matt Cassel will allow the Pats to to focus on the run even MORE.

fantasy-football-start-em-sit-em-week-11-jerodJerod’s thoughts:

I think it’s safe to start treating the 49ers’ D like we treat the Steelers’ and Ravens’ defenses in their heyday: you simply don’t start opposing running backs against them. The 49ers give up 73.2 yards rushing a game, and the next rushing touchdown they give up will be their first this season.

As for Lynch, agreed. I’ve been slow to jump on his bandwagon as well, but he’s earned it. And the matchup is very, very tasty this week.

I would caution folks against sitting Michael Bush though. Minnesota’s run D is good, but it’s not great; and Bush has proven that he can put up numbers when Run DMC is hurt (and he still has not practiced). Palmer may well throw early and often, but the Raiders’ are a run-first team, and Bush is good enough to start against a defense (except, of course, the 49ers).

Fantasy Football Start em, Sit em Picks for Week 11: WRs

Start Em WR: Mario Manningham

The Giants and Eli Manning will have something to prove against the Eagles on Sunday Night, and Philadelphia won’t be able to do much about it.  Asomugha will probably match up against Nicks, and Victor Cruz will garner more attention as he’s been targeted a lot in recent weeks.  Look for the speedster from Michigan to have a big night.

Mario Manningham fantasy football Week 11 projection: 7 receptions, 120 yards, 1 TD

Other start ‘em WRs for Week Eleven:

  • Laurent Robinson – It seems like Romo picks a new random dude every year to become his go-to guy halfway through the season. As long as Miles Austin is out, expect Robinson to put up some good numbers.
  • Mike Williams – Green Bay is pretty bad against the pass…I like Tampa Bay’s potential against them in the air.

Sit Em WR: Eric Decker

Revis Island.  I think Decker will actually beat him deep once…but not for a TD.

Eric Decker fantasy football Week 11 projection: 2 catches for 45 yards

Other Sit ‘em WRs for Week Eleven:

  • Dwyane Bowe – Rough day for the Chiefs…Matt Cassell’s injury will hurt them all.

fantasy-football-start-em-sit-em-week-11-jerodJerod’s thoughts:

I feel like we may need to institute some rules in this column to challenge you Jon. The first rule would be this: you are not allowed to pick a wide receiver going up against the best cover corner since Deion whose QB just completed two passes in a win. I mean come on. Could it get any more obvious?

However, to show you that I still love you anyway Jon, I will implore readers to check out your terrific analysis of the differences between college basketball and the NBA, and why you are so much more a fan of the latter.

Now, you’re Dwayne Bowe pick is excellent. At least let him show that he and Tyler Palko have come chemistry before you trust him this late in the season.

I agree with all of your start picks, especially Mike Williams. No really, this is the week he finally breaks out and gets into the end zone. I PROMISE!

Fantasy Football Start em, Sit em Picks for Week 11: TEs

Start Em TE: Greg Olsen

I think Cam will have to check down an awful lot as Detroit puts a lot of pressure on him and shows him some more elaborate coverages.  Olsen should rise to the occasion and have a pretty nice game in the process.

 Greg Olsen fantasy football Week 10 projection: 7 receptions, 80 yards

Sit Em TE: Jermichael Finley

I know he’s a top five fantasy Tight End in terms of talent…but he’s just WAY too inconsistent for my liking.  Be careful of starting him against the Buccaneers.

Jermichael Finley fantasy football Week 10 projection: 1 reception, 10 yards, 0 TD

fantasy-football-start-em-sit-em-week-11-jerodJerod’s Thoughts:

I actually have to disagree with both of these picks. While I appreciate your logic in taking Olsen, also consider that the Lions are giving up just 5.9 fantasy points per game to opposing tight ends this year. The Bucs, on the other hand, are one of the more generous teams to opposing tight ends, giving up 8.0 points. I share your frustration with Finley’s inconsistency, but it looks like he is starting to become a more integral part of the offense after his very slow Week 6 and 7 performances.

Another guy to get back in your lineups is Vernon Davis. He finally broke out last week, and I look for a lot more of that in the future, especially as the 49ers continue to trust Alex Smith more and more.

Fantasy Football Start em, Sit em Picks for Week 11: D/ST

Start Em Defense: Jacksonville and Cleveland

Let me just warn you…this should absolutely NOT be a game that you watch even one second of.  However, both fantasy defenses should have a field day in a game that just might finish 6-5.

Sit Em Defense: San Diego

Chicago has really shown me something the last few weeks.  Even if Jay Cutler hasn’t been consistently lighting it up, they have been scoring a lot of points regardless.  Plus, is there more of a slam dunk than Devin Hester against the horrendous Chargers’ special teams units?  Expect Chicago to be playing with a lot of short fields, and put up a lot of points in a game that ends up being a surprising shootout.

fantasy-football-start-em-sit-em-week-11-jerodJerod’s Thoughts:

The Jacksonville and Cleveland choices are solid, but question: did you ask Andy Bottoms if it was okay to reference his thoughts from this week’s waiver wire column without attribution?

It’s tough to trust anything going on in San Diego right now, so I can definitely get on board with that pick.

As for an under-the-radar defense to consider, how about the Dolphins? I know they’re competition hasn’t been great lately, but they’ve still shut down to two NFL teams in back to back weeks (Chiefs, Redskins) and they take on the struggling Bills this week. Ryan Fitzpatrick throws a lot of picks.

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Good luck in Week 11 everybody! We’ll see you in the comments.



About Jon Washburn

Jon Washburn grew up in Indianapolis, IN and as such, is a diehard Pacers, Colts, and Cubs fans. When it comes to college, he cheers for Notre Dame football fan and Purdue basketball. Yes, this sounds shady, but since he grew up without cable, he learned to love Notre Dame - the only team on TV. Glenn "The Big Dog" Robinson was at Purdue when Jon was in his formative years, so he latched onto them as well. Did that make him a fair-weather fan at the time? Sure. Give him a break...he was 8...and he has stayed with those teams ever since. Currently, he lives in Charleston, SC with his wife who grew up in Cleveland. Although he is no longer physically in the Midwest, his heart will always be there. Jon goes by the name "Twitch" because he has Tourette's Syndrome. Hit him up on his twitter @jwtwitch.

Comments

  1. Hello, with phillip rivers struggles this year should I still go with him against Chicago this week? I have Palmer as my backup; do I start him? Thanks as always!

    -Louie

  2. I have a little bit of a WR controversy. I'm likely starting Boldin and Megatron but I've got a choice between DJackson, Antonio Brown, Laurent Robinson, and Jabar Gaffney. I'm in a 0.5PPR league and need a final push to the playoffs. I'm also in need of an RB because as of now I have Gore and Helu starting due to Sproles being on a bye. Do I stick with what I got or try and shop one of my WRs for a solid RB2?

    As always thanks for the advice.

    • I'd go with LR and not think twice about it. DJax is a head case and VIck is hurt. Brown on bye. Gaffney too up and down and not explosive enough.

      I think Gore and Helu are okay, but you may want to see what you can get for DJax. Perhaps someone still loves his big play ability. I doubt it though.

  3. Which TE should I start this week, Greg Olsen or Fred Davis? Thanks guys!

  4. So my season is in somewhat of a crap. (4-6). I need some advice on what to do if I still can make playoffs.

    QB – Rivers (he's been a disaster for me, but i still have to start him). Should I pick up Palmer and roll with him?

    RBs – Turner is my only healthy back, with Felix and Best on bench with injuries. I have Sproles and Battle. I did play around with the Redskins RB's but I got burnt every single time. (nobody started consistently)

    WRs – Calvin J, Antonio Brown, Breaston, Crabtree

    TEs – Ballard, Fred Davis

    K – Stephen Gostkowski, Nick Folk……………………………….. Def – Packers

    Appreciate your input.

    • Depends on how much penalty you pay for picks and sacks. Rivers looks a bit lost and Palmer looks a bit found. Both have the potential for a 3+ touchdown day, but Rivers is almost guaranteeing you 2 + picks with that and 4+ sacks. Palmer doesn't have that much risk because he has Bush as an excellent blocker and dump off if he gets in trouble. I would pick him up and play him pronto!

      RB's I think- don't know, after that terrible performance from Torrain that Helu will again get the start. So I would pick him up and put him in over sproles or battle

      WR- you look in real trouble here. I think you should be pushing for a trade. Get Palmer and ride him through the season, trade Rivers for a decent WR2 this week.!

      Davis is better than his last few weeks, but he may not play due to suspension so watchout.

      Play the matchup game on defense and rotate against crappy offenses like the browns. Packers aren't dependable this year to keep anyone under 20 pts.

    • Palmer is a good pickup. You wouldn't want to play him every week, but you need some insurance for Rivers. Not sure why you're carrying two kickers, unless you have to have them, I'd ditch Folk.

      At RB, I'd play Sproles. At WR, go with CJ and Brown. At TE, really a toss up. I'd go with Davis because he has the higher upside.

      • I picked up Palmer, dropped Breaston. Should I start Rivers or Palmer this week?

        Brown is on bye week, so I am debating if I should pickup Earl Bennett or Vincent Brown….I have Crabtree to start. Its a little late to drop Folk this week, so next week I will drop him for whatever I need

        At RB, there's Kendell Hunter and Chris Ogbonnaya…Hunter seems to be a good pick, but never know.
        Sproles is on Bye so I have to start Battle and Helu along with Turner

  5. first of all sitting fitz killed me last week wouldve won but thats fantasy. who do ya start this week non ppr start 1 rb 2 wr 1 flex shonne greene, larry fitz, aj green, brandon lloyd, ryan matthews, percy harvin also do you start dustin keller or chandler. waiver wire pickup taiwon jones, ball rb for denver or denarious moore worth picking up i got marion barber on bench to do so or what should i do. can you start detroits d with confidence this week or pick up a favorable matchup

    • Damnit. Did we tell you to sit Fitz? I know I told a lot of people to play him on Sunday, but it's all based on the alternatives. I certainly did not see that kind of performance coming, but as you say, that's fantasy.

      RB Greene
      WR Fitz
      WR Lloyd
      Flex Mathews

      At TE, I'd play Keller.

      As for Detroit's D, they are slipping. They aren't a terrible option but I'd see what the other waiver options are.

  6. Hey guys, welp my playoff chances may have come to an end with my loss last week. But, now im just playing for a winning record. I have a question at running back this week:

    With McFadden still possibly out I have Jacky Battle and Demarco Murray in my 1 and 2 spot, and Brandon Jacobs in my flex. I do have Kendall Hunter and Lance Ball on my bench. I feel as though I should put Hunter in this week, but I do not know where. What do you think?

    Thanks in advance for your help,

    Ben-Jam-In

    • Good for you for continuing to play hard! Helps the integrity of your league. Kudos Ben.

      I would play Hunter for Battle. I'm down on him now that his touches are dropping and Cassel is out. Will hurt Battle's chances to score.

  7. 3 weeks ago you were spot on, but due to injuries I have lost 2 straight weeks. Issues:

    RB – Starting Ryan Mathews / Demarco Murray / Maurice Morris; Sitting Hillis and Run DMC. If McFadden plays should i start him and who should I bench?

    WR – Starting AJ Green / Demian Williams; Sitting Maclin, V. Jackson, and Eric Decker. Should I sit Jackson/ Maclin or replace Williams with? Huge area of concern for me this week.

    Def – Starting Dallas but have Cini on the bench, what do you think?

  8. Good morning guys!

    So here is how I am currently playing this week, let me know what changes you would make.
    QB- Romo
    RB- Fred Jackson, Marshawn Lynch
    WR- Megatron, Laurent Robinson, James Jones
    TE- Aaron Hernandez
    DEF- Green bay

    On my bench I have:
    QB- Stafford, and Matt Ryan
    RB- Reggie Bush, Helu
    WR- Breaston
    TE- Pettigrew (ballard available on waiver wire)

    Stafford had a VERY bad week last week and Romo looks consistant. But at half time they stop throwing. Jackson, Bush, and Lynch all have potential for great weeks. Do you think Jackson has two off weeks in a row?

    • I actually like Ryan over Romo, but it's no slam dunk. DAL-WAS games always seem to be low scoring.
      Can't quibble with anything else.

      • krazyjhawk says:

        Yeah I really thought about Ryan, but He terrifies me. Atlanta is going to realize soon that they are a running team and I know it will be the week I start him. My gut tells me Stafford will be the big scorer this week, but its hard to argue with the roll Dallas is on.

        • Yeah, you have to go with your gut on this one because a case could be made for all three. I just tend to like Ryan when at home and in the dome. He's usually a safe bet.

  9. Brady- Brady says:

    Would you Start Marshawn Lynch over Forte or Sjax?
    Also Who would you play for 3 WR or 2WR/1TE
    Roddy White, Stevie Johnson (He's lost me a few games), Damian Williams, Denarius Moore, Fred Davis, A. Brown(Bye)

  10. Hey guys! So I have Big B, Foster, Sporles, Colston, and Graham on bye this week:( I have Eli, Tolbert, L. Robinson, and Hernandez on my bench to plug in. That leaves me a RB short. I am tempted to pick up Lynch this week to fill that spot but that means I need to drop someone or leave another spot empty. Would you drop Tolbert or Hernandez since I only really need them this week or drop big Ben and stick with Eli for the rest of the season? I just slipped from 2nd to 3rd this week and even with my starters out would love to try my best to get back in week 11. Thanks gentlemen!

    • I would rather have Lynch than Tolbert since the former doesn't split carries with anyone. Seems like the easy solution to me.

      • Ok but that still leaves me a RB short this week. Do you think I should just say screw it and go without 1 or drop Ben and have both RB spots filled this week? Palmer is available in my league so I could always pick him up as a backup after this week. I can’t see Eli getting hurt and think he has an easier remainder of the season then Ben anyway. Thoughts?

        • Ah, whoops! Didn't realize TOlbert was your only back. Yes, I always want a full roster unless I'm just so far ahead that a loss wouldn't matter. Drop Big Ben. You may be able to get him back, or surely someone close to his level as your backup.

  11. CHRISTOPHER says:

    Morning to all.. Moving on to week 11 at 7-3 tied for first, no need to let up on the gas now fellas… This past week I made a trade for Tom Brady, I gave up CJ2K and Big Ben.. Do you guys think I got the better end? Brady has a fairly easy end of his schedule.. moving on with the lineup.
    QB:Brady, Matty Ice–RB: Turner, Rice–WR: B.Marshall, VJAX–Flex: Crabtree, Aj Green, Starks,M.Morris–Jets D
    *got waivers in for D.Moore, L.Ball, E.Bennett, M.Williams(TB), given i get one of them do you think i should plug him into my flex position..
    Thanks again jerod and jon for errthang!!

    • Andrew Rysta says:

      Nice trade, you definately got the better of the trade even if CJ2K is magically good you have the RBs to get by and now you have an elite quarterback. You really should start AJ Green at flex. You are stacked my friend.

    • Solid deal. It upgrades you at QB, and you lose two guys who wouldn't start for you now.

      At flex, I'd play Green IF he's healthy, but he might not be. In that case, go with Crabtree, who has a nice matchup. If you do end up getting any of those guys, I'd probably play them over Crabtree.

  12. Romo at Washington or Eli at home against Philly ? Leaning Romo as he is on fire but i think Washington has the better defense, although he is on the road, and they may run Murray into the ground. Eli been playing well but with Philly backed in a corner they may come out biting. Please expound on this and thanks for your reply as always.

    • Great question Ted. Not a clear answer either way. It seems to me that Dallas-WAS games have all been pretty low scoring lately, so I'd go with Eli in what could very well be a shootout game, whether Vick plays or not. And Eli has been more consistent as a fantasy QB this year anyway.

  13. Hi Guys,

    I'm in a ten team PPR league and can't decide on my two flex spots. I need to start 2 out of the following for my flex choices: S. Greene, D. Nelson, J, Jones, M Morris,J. Mcnight, J STEW, J Battle or K Hunter

    It seems that Greene may get alot of touches w/ LT out but everyone else seems like a crapshoot here. Any ideas??

  14. John Mostacci says:

    Tough week again (5&3).
    This week is also a bad bye week.** Lots of Teams, I appreciate any
    Question you get to.
    ***T1) Need 2RBs 1 Flex and 2 wrs ((Morris, Helu, Wells,
    Bryant, Little, Da. Williams, Will TB, & S. Rice, Williams TB).
    ***Wire ( D Thomas, Ogbonnaya, Hunter, Ball)
    JMOST
    To be cont.

    • 1) Wells and … Helu. I know that Shanahan is tough to figure out, but Helu is just better than Torain, and it's not like Morris is setting the world on fire. At WR , Bryant and D Williams; and at flex…Mike Williams TB. Good matchup against GB.
      I would grab Kendall Hunter if you can get him. I'd be fine with dropping Little for him, because his potential is so limited by his offense.

  15. John Mostacci says:

    ***T2) Need 1 Flex and 2 wrs: (Wells, Benson,
    Bowe, VJAC, L. Robinson , Da. Williams
    ***Wire: (Morris & Ogbonnaya)
    ***T3) Need 1 Flex and 2 wrs: (R. Bush, Blount,
    J. Nelson, Cruz, Marshall, Mario)
    Wire (Battle, Morris, Helu, D. Moore, Little, Douglas)
    JMOST

  16. John Mostacci says:

    ***T4): Tolbert or Morris*** & ***JAC or PHI
    ***T5): Morris, Bryant or Decker at flex AND Palmer or Tebow
    ***T6): Need 3 (Steward. Starks, Mathews, Tolbert and Wells)
    *** Need 2 (Nicks, Mario, L. Robinson)
    Almost done JMOST

    • T4) Tolbert and Jacksonville
      T5) Bryant for the upside; Palmer at QB
      T6) Stewart, Tolbert, Starks (unless you feel really good about Mathews and having two backs from one team against the Bears…I don't)
      At WR, you have to play Nicks if he's healthy. And I'd go with Robinson too, if Austin is still out.

  17. John Mostacci says:

    ***T7): Need 2RBS, 1 Flex, 2 WRS: (Turner, R. Bush, Wells, Blount,
    Calvin Johnson, L. Robinson, Little)
    ***T8): Need 2 RBs (Lynch, R. Bush, Blount)
    Thanks for all your help, last week. I hope the bubble gum and glue will get me threw this last BYE week.
    Regards JMOST

  18. Need 2 RBs now that DMC is out again, Jackie Battle, Blount, BJGE

    • So tough with those three. Each has been a disappointment. I think with Cassel out and the Chiefs' offense reeling and Battle getting fewer carries, I'd want the more talented Blount and the guy on the best offense, which is BJGE.

  19. Jonerod,
    I picked up Laurent Robinson and Donald Brown before last week's games as insurance. Do you see either being relevant down the stretch? Any trade value…. Aaron Hernandez trade value or more like Jake Ballard trade value? Miles Austin could be back by next week, and I can't believe I actually have a Colt on my team!

    Also, Is the Patriots D so atrocious I need to avoid them for this week and later on? Rams D?
    Thanks!

    • Jonerod…I like that. Very creative Carlton, though it's not usual to see our readers being clever.

      Yes, I like Laurent Robinson. Miles Austin can't stay healthy, and even when he comes back Romo trusts LR more than Dez. He is going to be an integral part of this passing game moving forward.

      As for Brown, you can drop him. There is little trade value there.

      If you need a TE, shoot high with LR after his last few games. I think getting Ballard for him would be relatively fair, but see what TEs are out there on waivers and if any or good drop Brown for them.

      The Patriots D is improving, as it tends to do. Don't be so quick to cast it aside.

      • Thanks for the advice. Available at TE right now are Dickson, Cook, Gresham, and Celek.
        I've been stubborn and started Vernon Davis all year.

        The Patriots D got picked up. Would the Rams or Bucs D be matchup plays for the playoffs?
        Thanks again.

  20. Hey there everybody. First time poster, long time….blogger? hah.

    I've spent most of the day working on this week's lineup. This week my key RB's (A Foster & B Tate) are on a bye, leaving me on the cusp of either locking a spot in the playoffs or possibly getting knocked out completely. Any advice on my lineup?

    STARTERS
    QB – Mark Sanchez
    WR – Laurent Robinson
    WR – Brandon Lloyd
    WR – Jabar Gaffney
    RB – DeMarco Murray
    RB – Lance Ball
    TE – Jermichael Finley
    K – Alex Henery
    DEF – Green Bay

    BENCH
    RB – Kendall Hunter
    RB – Arian Foster (bye)
    RB – Ben Tate (bye)
    WR – Eric Decker
    WR – Jeremy Maclin (injured)

    Any advice is much appreciated!

    • Hey, its me Jibs again. Sorry, I forgot to add:

      BENCH
      TE – Jermaine Gresham
      QB – Josh Freeman

      • Hey. It's Jibs.

        • Tim Tebow is available. Should I pick him up? And if I do, should I start him over Sanchez?

        • Tebow isn't a bad option, though I don't know who you'd drop for him. Despite Josh Freeman's struggles, I'd still take him over Tebow for the balance of the season, and you wouldn't want Tebow over Sanchez this week.

    • Hey Jibs! Happy to have you.

      I think you'll definitely want Kendall Hunter. It is not looking like Frank will play, and even if he does he won't be at 100% and it's against Arizona, so Hunter should be able to put up some points. I'm just not that high on Denver's offense against the Jets, so I don't think Ball is a great option this week.

  21. play an injured frank gore or ryan mathews who will give up carries and goal line work to tolbert ?

  22. OK…here we go! I have Tebow as my QB with Big Ben on bye …Need 2 WR, 2 RB, 1 TE and 1 Flex…
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    RB's: Steven Jackson, Kendall Hunter, Beanie Wells, Ron Helu
    TE's: Jermaine Gresham, Kellen Winslow
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    Sitting at a miserable 3-7…I feel like I've made mostly good decisions…it's just been so unpredictable this year…which would be kinda cool if I was 7-3! As usual….Thanks a Lot guys!

  23. In a 14-team PPR league which of these WRs do you like for the end of season, playoff run – Harry Douglas, Nate Burelson, Vincent Brown, Donald Jones, Jericho Cotchery or Preston Parker?

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    Finally, who would start at Flex this week – Jackie Battle, Kendall Hunter or Damian Williams?

    Thanks for all of the help.

    • I think right now Brown has to be the guy. He's made some incredible catches, and Rivers has to throw to someone with VJax so up and down and Floyd so often hurt.

      At TE, I like Gresham. Especially as the competition stiffens against Dalton and Co, he'll need his TE even more.

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  24. start 2 of these 3 ryan matthews vs chicago harvin vs oakland and brandon lloyd vs seattle thanks

  25. QB: Rivers, Tebow, or drop one of them for Carson Palmer?

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    WR1/WR2: Dez Bryant, Brandon Lloyd, AJ Green, Denarius Moore (pick 2)

    RB/WR flex: Pick one of the above..

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    • I'd start Rivers this week; personally, I'd drop Tebow for Palmer. I think Carson will be better from here on out this season. I just have a hard time seeing how Tebow can keep putting up points against better defenses and when the pressure rachets up in December and January.

      RB: Rice and Bush (assuming DMC is out again, as it looks like he is)
      WR: Lloyd and Dez (Green injured)
      At flex, I'd play Mathews, assuming health.

  26. i'm thinking about letting go S. Breaston for P.Harvin but would this be ideal for the rest of the season and not just week10?
    Here's my start up- Jay Cutler, Jonathan Stewart, B. Wells( who i'm going to sub this week), Greg Jennings, N, Washington, A. Herandez (TE), S. Breaston (W/R, NYG def.
    On my bench I have Matt Schaub, Cedric Benson, Arian Foster, Ben Tate, and Steelers def.
    Let me know your opinon it's always appreciated, thanks.

    • I would prefer Harvin to Breaston, especially now that Cassel is out.

      Wells could have a tough week against SF. Seeing what Lynch did last week, Benson might not be such a bad start. Otherwise, I like all your choices.

  27. krazyjhawk says:

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    • We're getting to them! I promise. Sorry, got a little backed up with the IU game last night and then only had a few minutes this morning. About to go through them all. Come on Krazyjhawk…you know we never let any comment questions go unanswered!

  28. Let's make a deal says:

    Thoughts on trading Tebow and Antonio Brown for Matt Ryan and Ben Tate in 0.5 ppr league?

  29. Chris Johnson, Michael Bush, or Ryan Mathews? Pick 2 Im thinking of staying away from mathews

  30. mikeonabike says:

    Question for WR and Flex:

    Out of: Denarius Moore, Julio Jones, Vincent Jackson, David Nelson and Beanie Wells, which 3 should I start? I'm leaning VJax, Moore and Julio (if healthy), but I'd like an idea of who I should go with if he's hurt.

    Thanks.

    • mikeonabike says:

      Throw Greg Little in the mix as well.

    • Hmm…I think I like your choices. I would go with Beanie if someone is hurt just because he's a RB and will get touches, even though his matchup is terrible. Actually, I just changed my mind while typing. Nelson has TDs in two straight weeks and his girlfriend is smokin'. Play him. SF will shut down Beanie, and he may get hurt anyway.

  31. Lance Ball over Fitzpatrick? Flex position btw.

  32. Ok new developments. Need 2 at RB. Blount, Battle, BJGE, Ben Tate

    need 3 at WR: Aquan Boldin, James Jones, Denarius Moore, Mike Willams (tampa) or David Nelson (bills)

  33. Hi Jon,

    Which 1 player would you start at flex among Cedric Benson, Beanie Wells, Kendall Hunter & Daniel Thomas?

    Also in another league I have MJD & Murray starting, but for flex I am torn between michael bush or injured frank gore/ kendall hunter who might not play much if gore is not injured. to play it safe I am going with bush, any idea how much gore would play if he starts?

    Thanks!

    • I would go with Benson after seeing Lynch kill the Ravens' run D last week.

      Definitely play Bush in the other league. He always produces when DMC is out, and Oakland should score plenty of points.

  34. Romo or Cam Newtown this week?

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  35. Need 1 QB, 2WR, 2RB 1 WR/RB from
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  36. BronYrAur84 says:

    Hey guys, got Big Ben on bye this week, need a fill-in but there's not much out there.

    Skelton, Ponder, Matt Moore, Tarvaris, Palko, Vince Young, Grossman are out there, who do you pick up and play?

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    Good luck this week!

    • Hmm…at QB I think Moore is the best bet. He's played the best the longest of all those guys, and Buffalo's D is proving to be very vulnerable to the pass (see: Tony Romo last week).

      I like Ingram more than Battle because of the offense he's on. That's about it. I like Williams, but not more than the guys you have, who are actually producing.

  37. OK who took my beer? says:

    Who to flex in my 0.5 PPR league off my bench? Bowe, Vincent Brown, Torrey Smith, Helu. Also Earl Bennett and Harry Douglas are still available on waivers.

    Do you distrust Bowe to the point where you’d still bench him given the above list?

    Thanks!

    • Some good options there. I think I'd go with Smith since he has the best combination of a) his quarterback still playing; b) consistent targets over the last few weeks; and c) matchup (cincy lost Leon Hall). But it's tough. Could make a case for any of your three receivers. And Bowe is probably the safest going against New England, but the QB situation just really scares me.

  38. Hey guys,

    I desperately need your advise this week! I lost both Schaub and Cassel (who the by the way… hasn't been great) to injuries. I picked up Hasselback and Alex Smith out of desperation (Palmer's not available). Who do you think would be the best start this week? Neither of the two could be any worse than Cassel.

    Also, please pick the best 3 WR options in a PPR format for this week.

    WR- Nicks, Cruz, VJax, & Denarious Moore

    Thanks in advance!

    Max

    • That's why we're here!

      I like Alex Smith a lot this week. The 49ers showed more confidence in him last week and Arizona does not have a great secondary. I like Smith at home (where he's been great) over Hasselbeck in Atlanta.

      At WR, I'd go with Nicks, Cruz, and Moore. Sorry, but I don't trust VJax. If you want to play him, do so for Moore, but I think Denarius could have a breakout day against Minnesota's poor secondary.

  39. Pick 3: Welker, Victor Cruz, Deion Branch, Brandon Lloyd, Denarius Moore, Roddy White…
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    • You have some terrific options. Welker has to play, I think, because of the consistency of targets. I also like White with Jones hurt. And after that…I'm rolling the dice with Moore, who is being targeted a lot by Palmer and who faces a bad MIN secondary.

  40. PPR League: Brandon Jacobs v. Philly or Maurice Morris v. Carolina

    • I like Jacobs. While I like Morris' matchup against Carolina, he has more people competing with him for carries and isn't nearly the goalline threat that Jacobs has been in his career.

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