Start em:

Eli Manning (NYG): Eli is having a great fantasy season so far and I doubt that trend will stop against the struggling Eagles. It was actually the Giants first matchup against the Eagles that Eli started his current hot streak throwing 254 yards and 4 TDs.

Carson Palmer (OAK): Since his 3 INT performance in his first outing of the season, Palmer has put up a pair of good fantasy efforts. This week Palmer plays Minnesota who have been very giving against the pass; I expect another 2+ TDs from Palmer.

Marshawn Lynch (SEA): Lynch had a monster game last week against Baltimore of all teams. This week Lynch will be running against Rams who have been terrible against the run all year long. This is an excellent opportunity for Lynch to put together back to back good games.

Brandon Lloyd (STL): Lloyd has been thriving since arriving in St Louis, seeing a large number of targets and hauling in a TD last week against a good Cleveland secondary. This week against the Seahawks expect Lloyd to put up another double digit effort.

Mike Williams (TB): I likely don’t need to explain to you all the kind of bust season Mike Williams has been having. This week the Buccs play Green Bay who have a penchant for getting into high scoring affairs. If Williams doesn’t catch a TD pass this week, I pretty much give up on him.

Brent Celek (PHI): DeSean Jackson will be back in the lineup this week for the Eagles but Maclin will likely be out. Jackson is much more of a deep threat guy than a slot receiver, I expect the re surging Celek to help pick up the short yardage slack.

Sit em:

Joe Flacco (BAL): Flacco and the Ravens are coming off a loss to the Seahawks in which star RB Ray Rice recieved only five carries. This week against the Bengals are what should be a defensive battle, expect Rice to get a much much larger role.

Beanie Wells (ARZ): If you think Beanie Wells is going to have a good game against the very tough defence of San Francisco, then you have some balls. If you have another decent option at RB, I suggest using it.

Reggie Bush (MIA): Bush is coming off a pair of solid games, the last of which included a 2 TD performance. This week against the Bills I don’t think the Dolphins will have such a comfortable lead and will be required to throw the ball more. Bush has potential for a good day but also for a terrible one.

Stevie Johnson (BUF): Johnson will get Vontae Davis for this matchup, easily the toughest CB on the Dolphins roster. Fred JAckson should get a huge workload in this one while Fitz is tempted to throw to Nelson and Jones more than Stevie.

Torrey Smith (BAL): Baltimore will be getting back to their traditional ground attack this week against Cincinnati led by Ray Rice. Torrey may see a few deep balls but will have to catch them to have any value this week; gonna be the Ray Rice fest.

Jermaine Gresham (CIN): Baltimore has only allowed 2 TDs to TEs in their last 25 games, look elsewhere. Nuff said.


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3 thoughts on “Sit ’em / Start ’em Week 11

  1. Baltimore is coming off a loss to the seahawks**, and stevie did better than most against revis i assume hell be able to outmatch vontae davis lol

  2. I don’t think flacco should be in your sit’m. Baltimore has been struggling against shitty teams, and excelling in the big ones. This is a BIG game for them and I expect them (and Flacco) to perform. Also, Dalton travelling to the Ravens for the first time and the big Ray Lewis intro and stuff may be be rather intimidating. and i read today one of Cinci’s starting corners is out (forget who).

    Otherwise, I agree.

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