We present you the list of players that you must leave on your bench in week 11 of Fantasy Football. We will try to put players with doubts instead of those who are obviously not going to line up. (NOTE: Half-PPR format is considered)
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- Effectiveness in players to sit in week 10: 10 hits, 8 errors
These should NOT be your Fantasy Football headlines this week:
Jared Goff – Los Angeles Rams (@ Tampa Bay Buccaneers en MNF)
Listed as a starting player in Week 10, he disappointed and barely surpassed 10 points in Fantasy Football against the forgiving Seahawks defense. With that he accumulated his third game with less than 15 points in the last four meetings. This will not be another favorable game, because it will be measured against a defense that allows the seventh fewest points to QB.
Statistical forecast: 288 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT – 13.52 points
Ryan Tannehill – Tennessee Titans (@ Baltimore Ravens)
For the third consecutive week enter this list and it is no wonder. They have cost him complicated matches and this time he will have another one. He will play a defense that allows the 10th fewest points to QB and in the previous two games against strong defenders (fourth and first best) he could not exceed 15 points. In addition, he has four games in a row with fewer than 20 completions.
Statistical forecast: 217 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT – 10.68 points
Derek Carr – Las Vegas Raiders (vs. Kansas City Chiefs en SNF)
Listed as a starting player in week 10, he couldn’t even reach double digits in points. That’s because the Raiders have established a great rushing game and are currently the fifth team with the fewest plays per pass in percentage per game. Finally, the ninth best defense against quarterbacks will be measured as another reason against him.
Statistical forecast: 198 yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT – 13.92 points
Darrell Henderson – Los Angeles Rams (@ Tampa Bay Buccaneers en MNF)
The Rams’ backfield is once again problematic despite Henderson remaining the main one. In fact, Malcolm Brown had more offensive plays (41%) than he (33%) in Week 10 against the Seahawks, with rookie Cam Akers also stealing snaps (26%). As if that were not enough, they face a defense that allows the tenth fewest points to RB.
Statistical forecast: 39 yards; 2 receptions, 21 yards – 7.0 points
Ronald Jones – Tampa Bay Buccaneers (vs. Los Angeles Rams en MNF)
He positioned himself as the RB10 in Fantasy Football after he exploded in week 10 with more than 24 points after recording 192 yards rushing. Still, he came off spinning two games with less than 5 points and against the Panthers had his second lost fumble in the last three games. This time he will slow down a bit more, as he will be measured to the fourth best defense against the position.
Statistical forecast: 47 yards; 3 receptions, 31 yards – 9.3 points
Duke Johnson – Houston Texans (vs. New England Patriots)
With David Johnson on the injured reserve list, he became the starting RB for the Texans. Still, he has disappointed and shown that he struggles to produce as a runner. In the last two games as a main in the backfield he averaged 2.6 and 3.9 yards on 16 and 14 carries, respectively. On the other hand, Houston is the eighth team that runs the ball the least in the NFL.
Statistical forecast: 43 yards; 3 receptions, 27 yards – 8.5 points
Allen Lazard – Green Bay Packers (@ Indianapolis Colts)
This week he was activated from the injured players reserve list as an indicator that he will play on Sunday after six absentees. Still, he has a bad scenario to go back and produce on Fantasy Football. He faces the sixth-best defense against receivers, plus Marquez Valdes-Scantling has been a reliable WR2 for QB Aaron Rodgers with 3 TDs in the last two games.
Statistical forecast: 3 receptions, 41 yards – 5.6 points
Robert Woods – Los Angeles Rams (@ Tampa Bay Buccaneers en MNF)
He is currently the WR19 in Fantasy Football and has been dependable for much of the season, but last week he disappointed with just over 6 points against the best matchup for the position. In three of his last two games he has registered a single digit, so it is not a guarantee. Next Monday he will battle when he measures to the 10th best defense against receivers.
Statistical forecast: 5 receptions, 56 yards – 8.1 points
Tyler Boyd – Cincinnati Bengals (@ Washington Football Team)
He had become a receiver to start week by week, but he has proven that in complex confrontations it is difficult for him to produce. Three of his four scoring games on the year were against defenses who are in the top 10 against WR. This week he faces the second best defense against the position. On the other hand, rookie WR Tee Higgins has started to be more productive than him and more confident for QB Joe Burrow.
Statistical forecast: 5 receptions, 58 yards – 8.3 points
Robert Tonyan – Green Bay Packers (@ Indianapolis Colts)
Listed as a starting player in week 10, he disappointed in a great matchup by registering less than 5 points. In fact, he racked up his fourth game with similar numbers in his last five meetings. It has not been the first three weeks and it will affect the return of WR Allen Lazard. Finally, the third best defense against tight ends will be measured.
Statistical forecast: 3 receptions, 40 yards – 5.5 points
Noah Fant – Denver Broncos (vs. Miami Dolphins)
Listed as a player to sit in week 10, he could barely pass 3 points in Fantasy and has shown that his value has decreased considerably. Since he passed double digits in the first two weeks, he has not recorded a match of this type again. This time it will cost him again to produce, as he faces a defense that allows the eighth fewest points to the TE.
Statistical forecast: 4 receptions, 48 yards – 6.8 points
Tyler Higbee – Los Angeles Rams (@ Tampa Bay Buccaneers en MNF)
In his last six games played, he hasn’t been able to record double digits in points and even his most receptions in that time were just three. That speaks to him being relegated to the Rams’ offense. Last week he had 6 targets (his most in the year), but he could not keep more than three passes. The defense to be measured is the 10th in the league in the fewest average yards allowed per game.
Statistical forecast: 3 receptions, 38 yards – 5.3 points
- Stephen Gostkowski – Tennessee Titans (@ Baltimore Ravens)
- Jake Elliott – Philadelphia Eagles (@ Cleveland Browns)
- Ka’imi Fairbairn – Houston Texans (vs. New England Patriots)
- Baltimore Ravens vs. Titans
- New Orleans Saints vs. Falcons
- Indianapolis Colts vs. Packers
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