Week 11 QB Rankings: Quarterback Fantasy Stats & Projections

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Yet again, Lamar Jackson and Patrick Mahomes found themselves at the top of the leaderboard for fantasy quarterback for the week. There was a surprise appearance from Daniel Jones up there too with his four touchdown game against the Jets in the battle for New York. I will be going through who stood out last week as well as my ranking for the coming week. Here are my quarterback rankings for Week 11.

Week 11 QB Rankings

RankTierPlayerTeamOpponentWeek 11 Projection
11Patrick MahomesKansas City ChiefsLos Angeles Chargers
21Lamar JacksonBaltimore RavensHouston Texans
31Deshaun WatsonHouston TexansBaltimore Ravens
41Drew BreesNew Orleans SaintsTampa Bay Buccaneers
52Josh AlenBuffalo BillsMiami Dolphins
62Dak PrescottDallas CowboysDetroit Lions
72Matt RyanAtlanta FalconsCarolina Panthers
82Jamies WinstonTampa Bay BuccaneersNew Orleans Saints
93Matthew StaffordDetroit LionsDallas Cowboys
103Tom BradyNew England PatriotsPhiladelphia Eagles
113Jimmy GaroppoloSan Francisco 49ersArizona Cardinals
123Derek CarrOakland RaidersCincinnati Bengals
133Jacoby BrissettIndianapolis ColtsJacksonville Jaguars
144Ryan FinleyCincinnati BengalsOakland Raiders
154Kyle AllenCarolina PanthersAtlanta Falcons
164Kyler MurrayArizona CardinalsSan Francisco 49ers
174Mason RudolphPittsburgh SteelersCileveland Browns
185Nick FolesJacksonville JaguarsIndianapolis Colts
195Philip RiversLos Angeles ChargersKansas City Chiefs
205Jared GoffLos Angeles RamsChicago Bears
216Sam DarnoldNew York JetsWashington Redskins
226Carson WentzPhiladelphia EaglesNew England Patriots
236Kirk CousinsMinnesota VikingsDenver Broncos
246Mitchell TrubiskyChicago BearsLos Angeles Chargers
256Baker MayfieldCleveland BrownsPittsburgh Steelers

Big Week 10

Daniel Jones had a big game, but it wasn’t enough to put them over their intercity rivals, the Jets. He threw for 308 yards and 4 touchdowns even without Sterling Shepard. He threw two each to Golden Tate and Darius Slayton. With Saquon having the worst game of his career, it was on Jones to provide the Giants with an offense. While he did outperform Sam Darnold, it wasn’t enough to overcome the Jets. The Giants get to rest up for a week with their bye and return to action in Week 12 against the Bears. It will be a tough matchup for Daniel Jones, but a good test to see what he can do against tough defenses. I can’t leave Lamar Jackson out of this. He had a perfect passer rating against the Bengals and posted a 99.7 QBR which is the highest of any quarterback this season. He threw for 223 yards with only two incompletions the entire game, one being a spike. Three of his completions ended up with a touchdown. He also rushed for 65 yards and a touchdown to add extra value to his fantasy value. He even sat out the fourth quarter to give Robert Griffin III some playing time with the Ravens’ huge lead. He is making a great case to be the MVP this year.

Injuries to Watch

Jacoby Brissett left the game two weeks ago against the Steelers with a sprained MCL. Even though he was questionable to return the whole game, he never did. This injury also kept him out of last week’s game against the Dolphins in which the Colts lost a game they should have never lost. His likelihood of playing will likely be determined by his participation in practice on Wednesday, but it will be important for Brissett owners to watch his status in case there is a need to find a replacement again. Matthew Stafford is another injury concern. Head coach Matt Patricia has been under fire for how he handled Stafford’s injury but he kept him out of the game last week against the Bears. There is no clear answer for if he plays this week. I have him in my rankings because of his questionable status, but it is looking like he is going to miss additional time, giving Jeff Driskel the start.

Good Matchups

Drew Brees has an excellent matchup this week against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. They have allowed the most passing yards per game this season as well as the most points per game. I expect Brees to be busy with Michael Thomas this week, even more so than usual. The Saints had a poor offensive showing last week, but Brees still had close to 300 yards passing. They just need to incorporate Kamara more which will be easy for Brees to do with against a defense like the Bucs. If you are looking for a quarterback to replace a bye week quarterback, Ryan Finley is a great pick this week. He is owned in just 2.6% of leagues. He started his first game last week against a tough Ravens’ defense in which he threw for 167 yards and a touchdown. He did have two turnovers, but he should be able to limit that this week. The Raiders have allowed the second-most touchdowns through the air with over two per game. Finley should feel more comfortable out on the field after getting the first game jitters out of the way. He has nothing to lose since the Bengals are still winless.

Bad Matchups

Kyler Murray had a good game last week against the Buccaneers as he should have. He threw 3 touchdowns which all went to Christian Kirk. This was added to his 324 passing yards and 38 rushing yards which led the team in rushing. His efforts weren’t good enough to bring the win to Arizona but that doesn’t take away from his great game. This week will be a lot tougher against the best pass defense in the league. The 49ers held Russell Wilson to a reasonable 232 yards and just one touchdown. That is the possible MVP. Two weeks ago, Kyler threw for 241 yards and 2 touchdowns against the 49ers. This is a rematch of that game. I would put that type of game at his ceiling against the 49ers. He will likely regress in their rematch. Carson Wentz also has a touch matchup against the Patriots this week. They have allowed only three passing touchdowns all season which is the lowest in the NFL. With DeSean Jackson on the injured reserve, he won’t be returning for the remainder of the regular season. This only hurts Wentz’s fantasy value even more. There is no reason to start him this week, especially with this terrible matchup.

I am a student at the University of Michigan studying Sport Management. I have been involved in sports as long as I can remember, playing football, baseball, and basketball. I also love learning how to play songs on the piano and ukulele.

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