Start ’em, Week 11


Start ’em

1. Josh Freeman – Freeman has quietly put together a very consistent 5 week stretch. He has thrown for 1,467 yards, 13 touchdowns, and only 1 interception during that time (The Bucs are 4-1 during that span as well). He has the hot hand which should get even hotter against the 2-7 Panthers. OPPONENT – Carolina Panthers (2-7)

2. Matt Schaub – Schaub, unlike Freeman, has been pretty inconsistent in his last five games despite his teams’ 4-1 record. However, a game against the 1-8 Jaguars is the perfect way to remedy the situation. Expect Schaub to have one of his best games of the season in week 11. OPPONENT – Jacksonville Jaguars (1-8)

3. Tony Romo – Romo has been possibly the most frustrating quarterback in all of fantasy this season (sorry Michael Vick). It is hard to look past his 13 interceptions on the year, but he has actually put together solid games back to back. I know he might be hard to trust, but the Browns should provide a third straight week for Romo to build up his confidence. OPPONENT – Cleveland Browns (2-7)


1.BenJarvus Green-Ellis – BenJarvus has been a major disappointment so far. His forte in New England was reaching the end zone, but he has only done that 3 times so far this year. I believe that Green-Ellis will score at least once if not more this week against the 1-8 Chiefs. He has put up at least 50 yards in his past four games, and if you add a touchdown to those stats, that’s 11 fantasy points right there, well worth a start. OPPONENT – Kansas City Chiefs (1-8)

2. C.J. Spiller – Spiller has at least 100 yards combined rushing and receiving in the past four weeks and he has two more things going for him. 1) Fred Jackson got a concussion against New England this weekend and should be iffy at best for this weeks game, giving Spiller more of a work load to handle. 2) The Bills play the Dolphins who just got walloped by the Titans this week. OPPONENT –

3. Chris Ivory – Ivory is coming off of a fantastic game to knock off the undefeated Falcons. He should continue with that built up momentum this week against the 23rd ranked Raiders defense. OPPONENT – Oakland Raiders (3-6). Check out Ivory cut up the Falcons defense:

Chris Ivory 56 yard TD


1. Danny Amendola – Amendola broke his collarbone earlier this year, and came back in an unbelievable 4 weeks time. In his first game back, he had 102 receiving yards. This is after an incredible stretch to start the season before his injury. He gets to play the Jets this week that just got torched by Russell Wilson and co. Do the math. OPPONENT – New York Jets (3-6)

2. Denarius Moore – Four touchdowns in his last five games, with at least 8 targets in each of those games. He has put together a few 100 yard games in that stretch as well. He is another player with a very hot hand right now, and combine that with the fact that he gets to play the leagues worst defense (New Orleans) and you have a must start player on your hands. OPPONENT – New Orleans Saints (4-5)

3. Reggie Wayne – Andrew Luck has shown Reggie Wayne the fountain of youth this season, averaging over 100 yards receiving per game. Add that to the Patriots secondary which he gets to play this weekend and you have a fantasy stud waiting for you. OPPONENT – New England Patriots (6-3)