Looking for information about the upcoming 2020 fantasy football season? You came to the right place, don’t miss out on our fantasy football rankings & projections. We didn’t forget about the defense either with our rankings. Also, we have DFS players covered with projections for them as well. Everything you could need to a positive season is here on lineups.
The Packers, Giants, Seahawks and Titans are on bye this week. A lot of you might be missing a quarterback in Rodgers and Wilson, or a running back in Adams, Henry, or Barkley. Here’s a list of suggestions for filling any holes the bye week has left in your roster, or if you’re looking to switch somebody out for a chance at an extra boost in week 11.
Brian Hill was promoted to starting back for the Falcons after DaVonte Freeman left the Falcons’ last game with a foot injury, and Ito Smith was placed on IR before their week 10 matchup. Hill made a pretty big impact in week 10, taking 20 carries 61 yards and taking his single reception for 10 yards and a touchdown. Hill has a good matchup against the Panthers, who allow an average 136.7 rushing yards per game, the 4th most in the league. If he gets the same volume of carries on Sunday, I’m expecting big numbers out of him.
Ballage got the ball a lot in the Dolphins last matchup, but didn’t move it all that much. He took 20 carries 43 yards, an average 2.1 yards per carry. He might not seem like the greatest pick based on these numbers, but I think he has potential. He’s the starting back, and he’s getting a lot of carries. This weekend the Dolphins are playing the Bills, who allowed 147 rushing yards in their last matchup against the Browns. Ballage is likely to get a lot of carries again, and I think he’ll have a better time running the ball against the Bills.
Auden Tate has only gone one game without 6 targets this season, and that was in week 2. Tate also has the most redzone targets for the Bengals. They have a good passing matchup against the Raiders, who allow the 3rd most passing yards a game at an average of 283.2. Overall, I think Tate would be a solid choice for a waiver wire receiver, as I think he’ll have a bigger game against the Raiders.
The Dolphins have actually been on a hot streak lately, and are looking to continue it against the Bills. Preston Williams is out for the year, and Parker has been getting more targets because of it. He had 10 targets last week against the Colts, netting him 11.9 points in PPR leagues. The Bills allow the 3rd fewest passing yards per game with 188.7 on average, so the Dolphins have a bit of a rougher look if they’re trying to continue their winning streak. Regardless, Parker is bound to get some targets this game and I think he’d be a good FLEX option if you’re missing some players on the bye.
Ebron had 12 targets in the Colts’ last game against the Dolphins, which was a season high for him. While injuries are always a sad thing for a team to have to deal with, Ebron is most likely going to benefit from those that are affecting the Colts. Parris Campbell and T.Y. Hilton are injured, which means there are fewer receivers to spread targets out across. Plus, there’s a chance Brissett will be back this week, which would be a big boost to this offense. The Colts are up against the Jaguars, who allow 229.8 passing yards per game on average, putting them in the upper-middle range for the league yet out of the top 10. I’m still expecting them to put on a good show especially if Brissett is back, so Ebron could be looking at another game with a lot of targets.
If you’re missing a quarterback this week, you might want to check out Kyle Allen. Allen is below 10% ownership, and has been leading the Panthers pretty well in Cam Newton’s absence. In their last matchup against the Packers he went 28 for 43 for 307 yards, a touchdown, and an interception. The Panthers are playing against the Falcons this week, who have a 25th ranked pass defense. I think Allen is going to have a strong game this week and is a good choice for filling an empty quarterback position in your roster.
The Jets defense was my pick last week, and they’re on the list again. While they let the Giants score a lot of points, the Jets defense still picked up 18 points in PPR leagues due to their 2 fumble recoveries (one of which led to a touchdown) and 6 sacks. They’re playing the Redskins this week, who put up an average 12 points per game, the fewest in the league. I think the Jets defense is going to have another good fantasy week, so you should definitely consider them if you’re wanting to switch up your defense.
- Week 11 Waiver Wire Top Pickups & Adds
- Week 11 QB Waiver Wire Pickups & Adds
- Week 11 RB Waiver Wire Pickups & Adds
- Week 11 WR Waiver Wire Pickups & Adds
- Week 11 TE Waiver Wire Pickups & Adds
- Week 11 Kicker Waiver Wire Pickups & Adds
- Week 11 DEF/DST Waiver Wire Pickups & Adds
- Week 11 Fantasy Football Rankings (PPR)
- Week 11 QB Fantasy Football Rankings
- Week 11 RB Fantasy Football Rankings (PPR)
- Week 11 WR Fantasy Football Rankings (PPR)
- Week 11 TE Fantasy Football Rankings (PPR)
- Week 11 Kicker Fantasy Football Rankings
- Week 11 Top Fantasy Football Defenses
- Week 11 Fantasy Football QB Start/Sit Strategy
- Week 11 Fantasy Football RB Start/Sit Strategy
- Week 11 Fantasy Football WR Start/Sit Strategy
- Week 11 Fantasy Football TE Start/Sit Strategy
- Week 11 Fantasy Football Kicker Start/Sit Strategy
- Week 11 Top 7 Fantasy Football Flex Options
- Week 11 Top 5 Fantasy Football Matchups
- Week 11 Top 24 IDP Players
- Week 11 Notable Fantasy Football Injuries
- Week 11 Fantasy Football Sleepers