14 Nov Fantasy Football Rankings – Week 11
Fantasy Football Rankings – Week 11
I feel like the James J. Braddock of the Fantasy world. Knock me down, and I’m just going to keep getting up, and then we’ll see where we’re at when it’s all over. Week 10 was another wild ride, as injuries to some major names made for some tricky lineup maneuvering. I think George Kittle missing the Monday Night NFC West face-off with the Seahawks was the one that stood out to me the most. Not only did it cost some fantasy teams a victory, but also contributed to handing the Niners their first loss on the season, albeit in overtime. Emmanuel Sanders was also suddenly taken from owners, as an early game rib injury put a halt to the good times he had going with Jimmy Garappolo. Two men down, next man up, and suddenly Deebo Samuel is looking like the stud some of us thought he would be (Deebo Samuel | NFL Draft Profile). Cinderella Man… can’t knock us down!
So now what? Where do we go from here? Week 11 means these are the final three weeks for the majority of fantasy leagues, and with 4 teams on Bye, the pickens are even thinner. I am hopeful I can keep this hot streak rolling. Last week, the rankings in this column finished just outside the Top 10 coming in 12th for the industry. It was enough to pull us up 4 spots to sit at 22nd overall on the 2019 season. Are you excited?! Do you already have a playoff spot locked up? Are you already out of it and looking forward to next year? Or are you on the fringe, and biting your nails hoping to get lucky? This is a great time to make some under the radar cheap pick ups for some rookies that may have some opportunities in the coming weeks to flourish. I am not guaranteeing any of them to have success, but if you have a spot to spare, adding a guy like Stanley Morgan (WR, Cincinnati) or Myles Gaskin (RB, Miami) could pay dividends. Don’t forget to check out our premium data dashboards, where you can get a deeper look at how players are finding their success. And if you have any further questions, find me on twitter @PeoplezPen.
Hopefully you know how this works by now; answer your own ‘start or sit’ questions by seeing who I have ranked higher than the other player in question. It is that simple. These fantasy football rankings change right up until game time, updating automatically. Whenever you are looking at this is the most current version. These rankings are set at half-point PPR, but you can change the scoring to full PPR or Standard. You can sort via position, or even IDP. Leave in the comments who you like, or hate, and that can include me as well. Good luck errbody!
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- Andy is a jack of all trades in the Fantasy Sports industry, covering football, baseball, and the NFL Draft. He has written, edited, podcasted, and produced over 1,000 videos for his various series, in addition to dozens of guest appearances and collaborative pieces.
- A top ranker on Fantasy Pros for both Football (23rd in 2018) & Baseball (7th in 2018), avid fan of mining for MLB prospects, and former D1 College hoops player, Andy is a native New Yorker, who has served as a firefighter in the FDNY for the past 18 years and counting.