Week 11 Start’em and Sit’em

Posted: November 17, 2012 by Sports Time Radio in Uncategorized
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Week 11 shapes up to have some high scores put up by fantasy players.

Trade deadlines in most leagues have come and gone.  Hope you improved your team for the stretch run.

Quarterbacks Start’ems.

  • Robert Griffin III – Eagles defense has been struggling since firing their Defensive coordinator.
  • Matt Schaub has a favorable match up this week.
  • Andrew Luck- look for a shoot out this week.
  • Carson Palmer – has thrown for 300 yds 4 of the last 5 weeks.  This week he gets the Saints and his success continues.

Quarterback Sit’em

  • Phillip Rivers – has only topped 300 yds 2 times this year.  Last time he faced Denver he threw 4 picks.
  • Joe Flacco Faces number one defense in the NFL.
  • Alex Smith Bears are tough thru the air.  The 49ers will ride Gore all night.
  •  Sam Bradford Jets do one thing good.  Bradford will have tough night.

Running Back Start’em

  • Steven Ridley– The colts have their hands full stopping this New England offense.  Ridley will be very productive against a Colts rushing D that is in the bottom third of the league.
  • Jamaal Charles and the chiefs running attack looked impressive last week against a tough Steelers defense.  This week against an average Bengals rushing defense he has another good week.
  • Alfred Morris faces a bad Eagles team.  He will see lots of carries and rack up yds.  Just wish he found the end zone more often.
  • Frank Gore– Bears faced the best rushing attack of the year last week and gave up over 100 yds.  This week Frank Gore will repeat this feat.

Running Back Sit’ems

  • Ray Rice is always a must start, but Steelers defense will slow him down.  Look for his production to be below average for him.
  • Shonn Greene The rams are middle of the road against the rush, but since the Jets are 1 dimensional they will stop the run and force Sanchez to beat them with his arm.
  • Rashard Jennings has not rushed for more than 60 yds this year.
  • Vick Ballard has been ineffective this year.  It continues this week in a shoot out against New England.

Wide Receiver Start’em

  • James Jones Has 8 TDs in 9 games.  He seems to find the end zone, look for this to continue.
  • Andrea Johnson faces the Jaguars.  They will struggle to stop the run and look for the pass game and Johnson to benefit.
  •  Steve Smith (Car) – should see lots of targets against the worst pass defense in the NFL.
  • Denarius Moore Great opportunity against a soft Saints Defense.

Wide Receiver Sit’em

  • Vincent Jackson seems to disappear.  He is averaging 3 Receptions a game in the last 5 games.
  • Mike Wallace No big Ben = offensive issues this week.
  • Danny Amendola Jets do one thing good, stop the pass.  Look for him to have a tough night.
  • Torrey Smith has averaged 3 receptions a game this year, but TDs has kept him relevant.  Don’t expect him to see the end zone this week.

Tight End Start’em

  • Antonio Gates is not getting a lot of receptions, but he is getting TDs.  He has 4 over the last 4 weeks.  Look for this to continue.
  • Jason Witten Continues to get lots of targets.
  • Jermaine Gresham continues to be a big part of the Bengals offense.
  • Heath Miller – Will be the safety net for Byron Leftwich.

Tight End Sit’em

  • Dwayne Allen only 2 TDs this year, not very productive
  • Dustin Keller Jets can’t move the ball thru the air.
  • Jermichael Finley continues to be irrelevant.
  • Brent Celek Part of a bad offense.

Let me know how you like this and if you agree.  You can always get me @mrfanofsports or Email the show.

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