Calais Campbell
Here are the 2017 Lester’s Legends Week 11 team defense rankings.
Byes: Carolina, Indianapolis, New York Jets, San Francisco
1. Jacksonville Jaguars
2. Denver Broncos
3. Detroit Lions
4. Kansas City Chiefs
5. Arizona Cardinals
6. Seattle Seahawks
7. Houston Texans
8. Green Bay Packers
9. Baltimore Ravens
10. Cincinnati Bengals
11. Philadelphia Eagles
12. Minnesota Vikings
13. Pittsburgh Steelers
14. Los Angeles Rams
15. New England Patriots
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Greg Zuerlein
Here are the 2017 Lester’s Legends Week 11 kicker rankings.
Byes: Carolina, Indianapolis, New York Jets, San Francisco
1. Greg Zuerlein, Los Angeles Rams
2. Jake Elliott, Philadelphia Eagles
3. Stephen Gostkowski, New England Patriots
4. Justin Tucker, Baltimore Ravens
5. Harrison Butker, Kansas City Chiefs
6. Will Lutz, New Orleans Saints
7. Matt Prater, Detroit Lions
8. Chris Boswell, Pittsburgh Steelers
9. Kai Forbath, Minnesota Vikings
10. Matt Bryant, Atlanta Falcons
11. Josh Lambo, Jacksonville Jaguars
12. Blair Walsh, Seattle Seahawks
13. Ryan Succop, Tennessee Titans
14. Brandon McManus, Denver Broncos
15. Mike Nugent, Dallas Cowboys
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Travis Kelce leap
Here are the 2017 Lester’s Legends Week 11 tight end rankings.
Byes: Carolina, Indianapolis, New York Jets, San Francisco
1. Travis Kelce, Kansas City Chiefs
2. Rob Gronkowski, New England Patriots
3. Zach Ertz, Philadelphia Eagles
4. Jimmy Graham, Seattle Seahawks
5. Evan Engram, New York Giants
6. Cameron Brate, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
7. Delanie Walker, Tennessee Titans
8. Vernon Davis, Washington Redskins
9. Kyle Rudolph, Minnesota Vikings
10. Jared Cook, Oakland Raiders
11. Hunter Henry, Los Angeles Chargers
12. Tyler Croft, Cincinnati Bengals
13. Jason Witten, Dallas Cowboys
14. Eric Ebron, Detroit Lions
15. Austin Hooper, Atlanta Falcons
16. Charles Clay, Buffalo Bills
17. Jermaine Gresham, Arizona Cardinals
18. Marcedes Lewis, Jacksonvile Jaguars
19. Julius Thomas, Miami Dolphins
20. Benjamin Watson, Baltimore Ravens
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Antonio Bryant fog
Here are the 2017 Lester’s Legends Week 11 wide receiver rankings
Byes: Carolina, Indianapolis, New York Jets, San Francisco
1. Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh Steelers
2. Julio Jones, Atlanta Falcons
3. A.J. Green, Cincinnati Bengals
4. Doug Baldwin, Seattle Seahawks
5. Brandin Cooks, New England Patriots
6. Tyreek Hill, Kansas City Chiefs
7. Mike Evans, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
8. Michael Thomas, New Orleans Saints
9. DeAndre Hopkins, Houston Texans
10. Dez Bryant, Dallas Cowboys
11. Adam Thielen, Minnesota Vikings
12. Michael Crabtree, Oakland Raiders
13. Golden Tate, Detroit Lions
14. Emmanuel Sanders, Denver Broncos
15. Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona Cardinals
16. Alshon Jeffery, Philadelphia Eagles
17. Stefon Diggs, Minnesota Vikings
18. Amari Cooper, Oakland Raiders
19. Demaryius Thomas, Denver Broncos
20. Keenan Allen, Los Angeles Chargers
21. JuJu Smith-Schuster, Pittsburgh Steelers
22. Sterling Shepard, New York Giants
23. Jarvis Landry, Miami Dolphins
24. Marvin Jones, Detroit Lions
25. Devante Parker, Miami Dolphins
26. Devante Adams, Green Bay Packers
27. Marqise Lee, Jacksonville Jaguars
28. Nelson Agholor, Philadelphia Eagles
29. Jordy Nelson, Green Bay Packers
30. Ted Ginn, Jr., New Orleans Saints
31. Robert Woods, Los Angeles Rams
32. DeSean Jackson, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
33. Kelvin Benjamin, Buffalo Bills
34. Danny Amendola, New England Patriots
35. Rishard Matthews, Tennessee Titans
36. Sammy Watkins, Los Angeles Rams
37. Mohamed Sanu, Atlanta Falcons
38. Paul Richardson, Seattle Seahawks
39. Jeremy Maclin, Baltimore Ravens
40. Jamison Crowder, Washington Redskins
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Kareem Hunt running
Here are the 2017 Lester’s Legends Week 11 running back rankings.
Byes: Carolina, Indianapolis, New York Jets, San Francisco
1. Kareem Hunt, Kansas City Chiefs
2. Le’Veon Bell, Pittsburgh Steelers
3. LeSean McCoy, Buffalo Bills
4. Leonard Fournette, Jacksonville Jaguars
5. Todd Gurley, Los Angeles Rams
6. Mark Ingram, New Orleans Saints
7. Melvin Gordon, Los Angeles Chargers
8. Demarco Murray, Tennessee Titans
9. Jordan Howard, Chicago Bears
10. Alvin Kamara, New Orleans Saints
11. Lamar Miller, Houston Texans
12. Tevin Coleman, Atlanta Falcons
13. Jay Ajayi, Philadelphia Eagles
14. Adrian Peterson, Arizona Cardinals
15. Orleans Darkwa, New York Giants
16. Chris Thompson, Washington Redskins
17. Joe Mixon, Cincinnati Bengals
18. Isaiah Crowell, Cleveland Browns
19. Jerick McKinnon, Minnesota Vikings
20. Doug Martin, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
21. Ameer Abdullah, Detroit Lions
22. Alfred Morris, Dallas Cowboys
23. Latavius Murray, Minnesota Vikings
24. Dion Lewis, New England Patriots
25. Jamaal Williams, Green Bay Packers
26. C.J. Anderson, Denver Broncos
27. Kenyon Drake, Miami Dolphins
28. Alex Collins, Baltimore Ravens
29. Derrick Henry, Tennessee Titans
30. Duke Johnson, Cleveland Browns
31. Marshawn Lynch, Oakland Raiders
32. Rex Burkhead, New England Patriots
33. James White, New England Patriots
34. Thomas Rawls, Seattle Seahawks
35. Damien Williams, Miami Dolphins
36. Samaje Perine, Washington Redskins
37. Theo Riddick, Detroit Lions
38. Austin Ekeler, Los Angeles Chargers
39. Javorius Allen, Baltimore Ravens
40. Rod Smith, Dallas Cowboys
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Tom Brady blue
Here are the 2017 Lester’s Legends Week 11 quarterback rankings.
Byes: Carolina, Indianapolis, New York Jets, San Francisco
1. Tom Brady, New England Patriots
2. Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks
3. Carson Wentz, Philadelphia Eagles
4. Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints
5. Dak Prescott, Dallas Cowboys
6. Matthew Stafford, Detroit Lions
7. Matt Ryan, Atlanta Falcons
8. Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers
9. Derek Carr, Oakland Raiders
10. Alex Smith, Kansas City Chiefs
11. Jared Goff, Los Angeles Rams
12. Kirk Cousins, Washington Redskins
13. Philip Rivers, San Diego Chargers
14. Blake Bortles, Jacksonville Jaguars
15. Jay Cutler, Miami Dolphins
16. Marcus Mariota, Tennessee Titans
17. Ryan Fitzpatrick, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
18. Eli Manning, New York Giants
19. Case Keenum, Minnesota Vikings
20. Andy Dalton, Cincinnati Bengals
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Kareem Hunt
Through three games Kansas City Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt was looking like a modern version of Priest Holmes. An injury to Spencer Ware gave Hunt the opportunity and he ran with it…literally by piling up 148 yards and a touchdown on the ground to accompany five receptions for 98 yards and a pair of touchdowns in the NFL opener against the defending Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots. Talk about a first impression.
Hunt followed up that historic performance with 81 yards rushing, three catches fro 28 yards and a pair of scores on the ground against the Philadelphia Eagles. His dominance continued in Week 3 with 172 yards and a score on the ground along with an 11-yard reception. He has yet to score a touchdown since.
Hunt should help the Chiefs run away with the Division, but if the Kansas City Chiefs odds for the season are going to suggest a deep playoff run, Kareem is going to have to return to the end zone.
In Week 4 Hunt ran for 101 yards and caught four passes for 20 yards against the Washington Redskins. His fourth and final 100-yard performance to date came in Week 5 against the Houston Texans when he ran for 108 yards and added three receptions for nine yards. Hunt stayed hot in Week 6 with 110 total yards (21 rushing, five receptions for 89 yards), but his run total was the first warning sign. Hunt returned to form with 87 rushing yards and four catches for 30 yards in Week 7 against the Oakland Raiders to give him his seventh straight game with at least 100 total yards.
The last two games prior to the Week 10 bye are where Hunt stopped performing like an elite running back. In Week 8 he was limited to 46 yards on 22 carries (2.1 yards per carry) against the Denver Broncos. He caught three passes for 22 yards, but his 68 total yards were disappointing to fantasy owners that had relied heavily on him. He followed that game up with 37 rushing yards and four catches for 24 yards, establishing a new low with 61 total yards.
Look for the Chiefs to focus on getting him more involved coming out of their bye. If you are looking to buy low on him, now may be the time. You will still have to offer a healthy ransom to get him, but this is likely his low point in value.
First up is the New York Giants. They rank 30th in league with 132.6 yards allowed per game. Then he squares off against Buffalo, who have allowed 117.0 yard per game and a league high 14 rushing touchdowns (thanks New Orleans). Then it’s the 23rd ranked Jets at 117.9 ypg followed by another shot at Oakland (21st at 116.6 ypg). Week 15 brings the Los Angeles Chargers and their league-worst 135.1 ypg. Week 16 he finally squares off against a decent run defense in Miami before closing out against the Broncos.
With the schedule ahead, it would not be surprising if Hunt was the top running back in the league down the strethc.

Jamaal Williams
There were some unheralded heroes this week. There always are. Let’s take a look at them and see if they are worthy of your fantasy rosters.
Byes: Carolina, Indianapolis, New York Jets, San Francisco
Get ‘em
Robby Anderson, WR, New York Jets – 4 of 7 targets for 85 yards. Four straight games with a score. Owned in most leagues, should be owned in small leagues too.
Rex Burkhead, RB, New England Patriots – 63 total yards, TD. Trending up, but Patriots game plans vary. Still, should be rostered.
Vernon Davis, TE, Washington Redskins – 7 of 11 targets for 76 yards. TE1 when Jordan Reed misses action.
Allen Hurns, WR, Jacksonville Jaguars – 7 of 9 targets for 70 yards. Averaging 67.3 yards in his last three games. WR depth.
Marqise Lee, WR, Jacksonville Jaguars – 6 of 11 targets for 55 yards, TD. Averaging 71.3 yards in last four games and scored a TD in the past two.
Dion Lewis, RB, New England Patriots – 55 yards and a pair of TDs (rushing, return). Lead back in New England.
Jamaal Williams, RB, Green Bay Packers – 74 total yards. Aaron Jones and Ty Montgomery both left injured making Williams a speculative add.
Robert Woods, WR, Los Angeles Rams – 8 of 10 targets for 171 yards, 2 TDs. 4 TDs in last two games. Owned in most leagues, should be owned in small leagues too.
Don’t Sweat ‘em
Kenny Britt, WR, Cleveland Browns – 2 of 3 targets for 38 yards, TD.
Garrett Celek, TE, San Francisco 49ers – 4 of 6 targets for 67 yards, TD.
Keelan Cole, WR, Jacksonville Jaguars – 3 0f 8 targets for 61 yards. Averaging 57.3 yards in his last three games. DFS option?
Trey Edmunds, RB, New Orleans Saints – 9 carries for 48 yards, TD. Garbage time score.
Austin Ekeler, RB, Los Angeles Chargers – 119 total yards, 2 TDs.
Andre Ellington, RB, Arizona Cardinals – 30 total yards, TD. Adrian Peterson has 58 carries in the past two games while Ellington has just seven touches.
Bruce Ellingon, WR, Houston Texans – 4 of 8 targets for 41 yards, TD.
Charles Godwin, WR, Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 5 of 10 targets with 68 yards. Mike Evans will return next week.
Marquise Goodwin, WR, San Francisco 49ers – 83-yard, TD.
Jermaine Gresham, TE, Arizona Cardinals – 5 of 7 targets for 64 yards and a TD. Second straight game with a score. Keep him on the radar if he continues to be a safety net for Drew Stanton.
Roger Lewis, WR, New York Giants – 3 of 4 targets for 33 yards, TD.
Brandon LaFell, WR, Cincinnati Bengals – 6 of 10 targets for 95 yards, TD. First time over 45 yards all year.
Maurice Lynell Harris, WR, Washington Redskins – 2 of 3 targets for 50 yards, TD.
Case Keenum, QB, Minnesota Vikings – 304 yards, 4 TDs. Averaging 296 yards and 3 TDs in last two games. QB2 radar.
Vance McDonald, TE, Pittsburgh Steelers – 2 of 2 targets for 16 yards, TD.
Donte Moncrief, WR, Indianapolis Colts – 60-yard TD.
Chester Rogers, WR, Indianapolis Colts – 6 of 6 targets for 104 yards, TD.
Charles Sims, RB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 30 total yards, TD.
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Bobby Wagner return
Here are the 2017 Lester’s Legends Week 10 team IDP rankings.
Bye Week: Baltimore, Kansas City, Oakland, Philadelphia
1. Bobby Wagner, Seattle Seahawks
2. Luke Kuechly, Carolina Panthers
3. Zach Brown, Washington Redskins
4. Kwon Alexander, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
5. Demario Davis, New York Jets
6. Ryan Shazier, Pittsburgh Steelers
7. Calais Campbell, Jacksonville Jaguars
8. Joey Bosa, Los Angeles Chargers
9. Telvin Smith, Jacksonville Jaguars
10. Reshad Jones, Miami Dolphins
11. Alec Ogletree, Los Angeles Rams
12. Everson Griffen, Minnesota Vikings
13. Landon Collins, New York Giants
14. Jason Pierre-Paul, New York Giants
15. Cameron Jordan, New Orleans Saints
16. Vontaze Burfict, Cincinnati Bengals
17. DeMarcus Lawrence, Dallas Cowboys
18. Melvin Ingram, Los Angeles Chargers
19. Deion Jones, Atlanta Falcons
20. Aaron Donald, Los Angeles Rams
21. Wesley Woodyard, Tennessee Titans
22. Tyvon Branch, Arizona Cardinals
23. Christian Kirksey, Cleveland Browns
24. Blake Martinez, Green Bay Packers
25. Joe Schobert, Cleveland Browns
26. Keanu Neal, Atlanta Falcons
27. K.J. Wright, Seattle Seahawks
28. Nick Vigil, Cincinnati Bengals
29. Eric Kendricks, Minnesota Vikings
30. Jonathan Bostic, Indianapolis Colts
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Adam Humphries
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.
Week 10 Byes: Baltimore, Kansas City, Oakland, Philadelphia
C.J. Beathard, QB, San Francisco Giants – Desperation play. Giants have allowed 265.3 passing yards per game and 18 scores.
Ryan Fitzpatrick, QB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers – The Jets have allowed a league high 19 passing touchdowns.
Eli Manning, QB, New York Giants – Niners have allowed 16 passing TDs.
Josh McCown, QB, New York Jets – Tampa allowing 272.4 passing yards per game.
Wayne Gallman, RB, New York Giants – Niners have allowed 135.7 rushing yards per game.
Chris Ivory, RB, Jacksonville Jaguars – Chargers have allowed 135.1 ypg. Jags ease back Fournette?
Damien Williams, RB, Miami Dolphins – Dolphins’ RB situation still fluid?
Martavis Bryant, WR, Pittsburgh Steelers – Grease the squeaky wheel?
Marquise Goodwin, WR, San Francisco 49ers - Giants have allowed 265.3 passing yards per game and 18 scores.
Adam Humphries, WR, Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Bump with Mike Evans out?
O.J. Howard, TE, Tampa Bay Bucaneers – Ditto?
Julius Thomas, TE, Miami Dolphins – Showed signs of life last week.
Chicago Bears Defense – Packers’ offense looked pretty bad last week.
New York Jets Defense – No Mike Evans makes the Bucs’ an easier prey.
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