Matt Flynn's Updated 2013 Fantasy Outlook Heading into Week 11

Tim Keeney@@t_keenContributor INovember 11, 2013

GREEN BAY, WI - JANUARY 01:  Matt Flynn #10 of the Green Bay Packers throws a pass against the Detroit Lions at Lambeau Field on January 1, 2012 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The Packers defeated the Lions 45-41.  (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Matt Flynn has found his way back to the only spot where his fantasy value has any chance of surviving.

So for all of you out there who held out hope and refused to drop him during his time as a free agent, congratulations are certainly in order. 

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the former Green Bay Packer quarterback, who flamed out with the Seattle Seahawks and Oakland Raiders over the course of the last 12 months, has caught on with his original team:

It's important not to go overboard. Flynn is, after all, back in a spot that he is very comfortable with: holder of the clipboard on the Packers sideline. 

The only thing that's different this time around is the man under center. Instead of Aaron Rodgers, easily one of the best in the game today, it's Scott Tolzien, who was on the practice squad a week ago.

Still, for Week 11 at least, Flynn will remain the backup, per Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:

Rodgers was given four to six weeks back on Nov. 6, so let's very tentatively say—just for purposes of this article—that he returns in Week 14 against the Atlanta Falcons. 

That gives Flynn an opportunity for two potential starts if he is able to surpass Tolzien on the depth chart in the next week.

Clearly, there's not a whole lot here to get excited about. 

But Tolzien is far from a sure thing, and Flynn already has a strong relationship with head coach Mike McCarthy and offensive coordinator Tom Clements, who was the quarterbacks coach when Flynn was in Green Bay.

Of course, with the way things have gone with Russell Wilson and Terrelle Pryor, Flynn's presence will simply turn Tolzien into a star. 

Nevertheless, there is potential that Flynn earns a few starts in a Packers offense full of weapons, and that should be enough reason to stash him at the bottom of your bench in deep or quarterback-heavy leagues. 

With Jordy Nelson, James Jones and Jarrett Boykin, Flynn would have plenty of options in the passing game. And because Eddie Lacy has quickly become one of the better running backs in the league, defenses would have a difficult time focusing on the pass. 

You certainly shouldn't be putting in a waiver claim for the enigmatic, inconsistent and immobile Flynn. But considering his history in Green Bay, the offensive talent around him and the uncertainty of the Packers' current quarterback position, he's worth a low-risk shot in the dark if you have room and need a backup QB. 

After all, everyone knows that being a backup QB is exactly what Flynn does best.