2017 Fantasy Football: Week 11 Sleepers

Nov 16, 2017

Austin Ekeler
Sometimes because of match-ups you have to roll out less than ideal lineups, especially when your players are nicked up. That’s the nature of the beast. Sometimes you need a fantasy gem to be successful. Here are some of the under the radar players that could possibly pull out a win for you.
Byes: Carolina, Indianapolis, New York Jets, San Francisco
Blake Bortles, Jacksonville Jaguars – The Browns rank 28th with 19 touchdown passes allowed.
Jay Cutler, Miami Dolphins – The Bucs rank 29th with 266.4 passing yards allowed per game.
Blaine Gabbert, Arizona Cardinals – Houston has allowed 253.8 yards per game and 19 touchdown passes.
C.J. Anderson and Jamaal Charles, RBs, Denver Broncos – Cincy has allowed 123.6 rushing yards per game. Anderson finally a viable option. Charles a desperation play?
Austin Ekeler, RB, Los Angeles Chargers – Bills have allowed a league-high 14 rushing TDs.
Rod Smith, RB, Dallas Cowboys – Playing from behind, Smith will likely get several receptions. PPR flex and DFS option?
Jamaal Williams, RB, Green Bay Packers – Baltimore has allowed 125.9 rushing yards per game (28th in league).
Keelan Cole, WR, Jacksonville Jaguars – Averaging 57.3 yards in last three games. Another decent game against Cleveland?
Bruce Ellington, WR, Houston Texans – Should see more action with Will Fuller out.
Roger Lewis, WR, Kansas City Chiefs – Chiefs have allowed 259.2 passing yards per game (27th in league)
Sammy Watkins, WR, Los Angeles Rams – Robert Woods has been more effective, but will Watkins have his third straight solid game?
Jermaine Gresham, TE, Arizona Cardinals – Gabbert going to check down to Gresham often?
Marcedes Lewis, TE, Jacksonville Jaguars – TD dependent. Can he reach paydirt against the Browns.
Baltimore Ravens Defense – Take advantage of Brett Hundley?
Cincinnati Bengals – Brock Osweiler makes them an attractive option?
Los Angeles Chargers Defense – Nathan Peterman’s first start.
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