Fantasy football sit, start, and sleepers: Divisional Advice for Week 11
SIT: Seattle Seahawks Defense
Richard Sherman is a really good cornerback. This much we all know. But his impact as a voice on the field is understated, and we’re all going to see just how important he is now that he’s gone.
START: Running Back, Todd Gurley – Los Angeles Rams
The Vikings defense is tough, but the Rams will look to get Gurley started early so they can soften them up for their passing attack. It’s not going to be the greatest week, but he should get RB1 numbers.
SLEEPER: Arizona Cardinals Defense
Houston’s offense isn’t doomed without Deshaun Watson, but it certainly isn’t good. The Cardinals defense could experience a bit of a re-birth here as they try to exploit Tom Savage.
SIT: Oakland Raiders Defense
Tom Brady and his team has been improving all season long. Weird thing to say about the defending Super Bowl champions. Oakland’s defense hasn’t.
START: Quarterback, Alex Smith – Kansas City Chiefs
The Giants might just be done this season. Not even sure they’re really going to even play this game. Alex Smith is too experienced and too smart not to take advantage.
SLEEPER: Wide Receiver, Michael Crabtree – Oakland Raiders
The Patriots have been playing better than they did to start the season, but the Raiders offense just has too much ability to be contained all game long.
I believe Crabtree is the guy to look at in this one more than Amari Cooper, although I’m starting either one if I have them.
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This wraps up our Week 11 fantasy football sits, starts, and sleepers for every NFL division.
Who are the players you’re looking at for big games this week? Which surprises from Week 10 do you think will hit or miss again in Week 11?
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