Fantasy football rankings 2017: Quarterbacks for NFL Week 11

We’ve finally reached the last bye week! Cam Newton helped various owners succeed their matchups with his monster video game in Week 10. Newton has been up and down this year. He’s had five video games over 20 fantasy tips and five video games under 15 tips. His schedule doesn’t look too undesirable down the stretch with the exception of facing the Vikings. If Newton can continue to develop chemistry with his receivers, we are able to expect more outcomes like Week 10. Another bonus may be the pending go back of Greg Olsen. It’s too undesirable we’ll have to hang on until Week 11 to start out Newton again.

Kirk Cousins did his best Newton imitation by scoring several touchdowns on the floor in Week 10. It will be helped his fantasy level total, as he simply passed for just one touchdown. We’d all prefer to see him with more constant production from his wide receivers. It finally appears like a interconnection is forming with Josh Doctson. At least he features some good running backs and limited ends to complete to. His matchup this week is rough, facing New Orleans on the highway. But I love his schedule all of those other way through to Week 16.

Carolina, Indianapolis, Miami, the brand new York Jets, San Francisco and Tampa Bay possess their bye this week. Cam Newton may be the biggest damage, as he currently sits among the most notable ten fantasy quarterbacks. Josh McCown and Jacoby Brissett contain played pretty well despite playing on groups that have problems. Ryan Fitzpatrick and Derek Carr should be considered bye week replacements.

On the injury front, the biggest concerns are Jameis Winston and Philip Rivers. It’s almost a certainty that Winston will miss Week 11. Tampa Bay wishes him to be totally healed prior to starting and Week 12 appears just like the earliest he’ll go back. Rivers is in the concussion protocol and it’s questionable that he’ll be equipped for Week 11. Kellen Clemens would start, if Rivers can’t go back this week.

Here are some minor injuries to keep an eye on. Brett Hundley is day-to-day time with a hamstring strain. Drew Stanton sprained his knee in Week 10. He completed the overall game but remains day-to-day time. DeShone Kizer intends to play through his bruised ribs, that he suffered in Week 10. Jacoby Brissett is on bye but can be in the concussion protocol.

My sleeper pick out for Week 11 is Blake Bortles. The matchup against Cleveland is actually a great this week. Bortles was asked to pass a lot in Week 10 and that resulted in two interceptions. I don’t see that taking place this week because of a go back to the bottom game. I believe Bortles will pass for 280 yards and two touchdowns.

Quarterback rankings, Week 11

(SK: Scott Kaliska; JG: Jeff Goldberg; DG: Derek Gordon; KB: Kyle Bennett; ZS: Zach Senvisky; JM: Jason Marcum)

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