Break-out Fantasy Player for Week 11

Owen Clark@@OwenDClarkCorrespondent IIINovember 13, 2012

The dirty little secret of fantasy is studs win the regular season, but duds who bring you the championship.

Yes, you need Aaron Rogers or Adrian Peterson to be solid for you down the stretch, but it’s the fringe players like DeAngelo Williams or Jacob Tamme who go nuts late and turn the tide in the fantasy postseason. 

The early leader for this fantasy championship changer is Danny Amendola. The Rams wideout was off to a stellar start before going down with a shoulder injury and showed last Sunday that he is poised to pick-up right where he left off.

This means someone in your league has been stashing a top 15 receiving option on their bench the past month and is ready to unleash him back on the league starting this week vs. the Jets.

Bleacher Report’s Owen Clark shows us why a strong start against San Francisco was just the beginning for Amendola is this week’s Breakout Fantasy Performer. 

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