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Week 11 saw ten different teams score 24 points or more. There were touchdowns galore! Unfortunately, it felt like 75 percent of the touchdowns were scored by players who were 0 percent owned in Daily Fantasy Football while the other 25 percent were scored by Cam Newton and Jameis Winston.
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DeAndre Hopkins purchased some elite beachfront property on Revis Island, built a hotel and called it, Match-Up Proof. And if you think he’s hot now, Week 12 is New Orleans Saints week!
Alex Smith, you have Jeremy Maclin on your team. If you’d like to throw to him, we’d all really appreciate it. Congratulations, you’ve solidified yourself as the best Fantasy Football quarterback no one wants.
RoboCop was programed to have prime directives: Serve the public trust, protect the innocent and uphold the law. Ryan Fitzpatrick appears to have been programed as well: Throw at least one TD in every game, give your team a chance to win, throw a 4th quarter interception.
LeSean McCoy is back to elite level RB status. McCoy’s last five games: 94 yards, one TD; 104 yards; 119 yards, one TD; 157 yards; 123 yards, one TD. His upcoming schedule is quite favorable and if Tyrod Taylor’s shoulder isn’t 100 percent, they’re going to continue to lean on the run. Where’d you go, Karlos Williams?
Danny Amendola did his job, filling in for Julian Edelman but did the Bills give teams a blueprint for how to slow down Rob Gronkowski going forward?
Eric Ebron, you had one job. You’re the worst.
Welcome back, Eddie Lacy and DeSean Jackson. However, being fashionably late doesn’t apply to Daily Fantasy Football.
Week 11 Daily Fantasy Football Review: FanPicks Edition
Week 11 Surprise Performances
Jameis Winston, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Philadelphia Eagles secondary was ripe for the picking, which is why Mike Evans was the start of the week at WR. Week 11 reintroduced the importance of stacking players together, as a Jameis/Evans stack would have paid off nicely. Jameis has quietly put up 19 total touchdowns this season (four rushing) and with Vincent Jackson back in the lineup, Doug Martin and Chris Sims producing and Austin Seferian-Jenkins eventual return, Winston is worth a look down the stretch. Jameis Winston faces the Colts, Falcons and Saints over the next three weeks. Can you say value play?
Thomas Rawls, Seattle Seahawks
Dear Thomas Rawls, Thank you. Signed, Daily Fantasy Football owners. His 209 rushing yards Sunday ranks 10th in NFL history for rookies during a regular season game and to top it off, he happened to add 46 more yards receiving. If Marshawn Lynch misses this week, or any time going forward, Rawls is sure to be a value play. Beast Mode (Jr.), boss!
This wasn’t an ideal matchup for Hilton by any means but, now that Andrew Luck’s deteriorating ribs and shoulder are out of the lineup, Hilton should have once again been a target monster, right? Wrong. Hilton saw just four targets Sunday and did little with them, hauling in two receptions for just 21 yards. Hilton’s consideration as a low-end WR1 or high-end WR2 needs to be adjusted.
Hilton faces the Tampa Bay secondary next week, who had previously been lit up by the likes of Odell Beckham Jr., Julio Jones, Jordan Reed, Allen Hurns and Allen Robinson. However, over the last two weeks, they’ve severely limited the production of Dez Bryant and Jordan Matthews. Buyers beware.
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