Fantasy football sit, start, and sleepers: Divisional Advice for Week 11
SIT: Running Back, Tarik Cohen – Chicago Bears
The Bears just haven’t been using this electric rookie properly as of late, and really since Mitch Trubisky took over.
START: Detroit Lions Defense
Chicago’s offense in general hasn’t been good all season. In fact, they’ve scored the fewest points in the NFC this year.
Don’t expect it to get much better here, and the Lions defense will benefit from it greatly.
SLEEPER: Minnesota Vikings Defense
The Vikings defense is pretty solid, but so is the Rams offense. This is a tough one. It’s feast or famine for certain.
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SIT: Running Back, Duke Johnson – Cleveland Browns
He’s been the only fantasy football viable player this year, but he’s not in this match-up against the Jaguars.
START: Baltimore Ravens Defesne
The Ravens aren’t a competitor in the AFC North because of Joe Flacco, rather because of their defense.
Going up against a Packers offense still missing Aaron Rodgers is a perfect match for this unit.
SLEEPER: Wide Receiver, JuJu Smith-Schuster – Pittsburgh Steelers
This rookie has been itching for a breakout game, and I think this could be it.