Fantasy Football Week 11: Matt Camp's Fantasy Big Board

Matt Camp@TheMattCampFantasy Football Lead WriterNovember 15, 2017

Fantasy Football Week 11: Matt Camp's Fantasy Big Board

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    We've reached the final bye week of the 2017 season. Fantasy owners will have to survive without the Carolina Panthers, Indianapolis Colts, New York Jets and San Francisco 49ers for Week 11, but after that, you'll have access to all 32 NFL teams for the rest of the year. 

    Week 11 also brings some key teams off the bye. The Kansas City Chiefs should have a great chance to get back on track when they travel to MetLife Stadium to take on the hapless New York Giants. Michael Crabtree and the Oakland Raiders return to face Tom Brady and the New England Patriots in what could be a fantasy bonanza. 

    Carson Wentz and Zach Ertz have produces bunches of fantasy points this season, but the player to watch for the Eagles in this week's matchup against the Dallas Cowboys is Jay Ajayi in his second game with his new team in a favorable matchup.

    Here’s the first look at points-per-reception (PPR) rankings for Week 11. These will change throughout the week and up to Sunday's action as we get more information about injuries and limitations, so make sure to bookmark this page for my full rankings in both PPR and non-PPR formats.

Top 100

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    Look for the Saints to stay hot in Week 11.
    Look for the Saints to stay hot in Week 11.Brett Carlsen/Getty Images

    I present my top 100 players (minus quarterbacks) for the week as a way to help determine your flex spots. You may favor a certain position or player over another based on his role and/or your scoring rules.

    As an additional tiebreaker, here are the teams I like as a whole this week based on their matchups: 

    • New England Patriots (at Oakland Raiders in Mexico City)
    • Oakland Raiders (vs. New England Patriots)
    • Kansas City Chiefs (at New York Giants)
    • New Orleans Saints (vs. Washington Redskins)

    Week 11 Top 100 PPR Rankings

    #Player (team)
    1Le'Veon Bell (PIT)
    2Antonio Brown (PIT)
    3Kareem Hunt (KC)
    4Mark Ingram (NO)
    5Todd Gurley (LAR)
    6Alvin Kamara (NO)
    7Leonard Fournette (JAC)
    8Julio Jones (ATL)
    9LeSean McCoy (BUF)
    10Jay Ajayi (PHI)
    11Travis Kelce (KC)
    12Doug Baldwin (SEA)
    13Adam Thielen (MIN)
    14Zach Ertz (PHI)
    15Rob Gronkowski (NE)
    16Michael Thomas (NO)
    17Mike Evans (TB)
    18A.J. Green (CIN)
    19Michael Crabtree (OAK)
    20Tyreek Hill (KC)
    21DeAndre Hopkins (HOU)
    22Evan Engram (NYG)
    23Golden Tate (DET)
    24Brandin Cooks (NE)
    25Tevin Coleman (ATL)
    26Larry Fitzgerald (ARI)
    27Chris Thompson (WAS)
    28Dez Bryant (DAL)
    29Stefon Diggs (MIN)
    30Amari Cooper (OAK)
    31Sterling Shepard (NYG)
    32Emmanuel Sanders (DEN)
    33Jarvis Landry (MIA)
    34Robert Woods (LAR)
    35Jordan Howard (CHI)
    36Alshon Jeffery (PHI)
    37Melvin Gordon (LAC)
    38Demaryius Thomas (DEN)
    39Jerick McKinnon (MIN)
    40JuJu Smith-Schuster (PIT)
    41DeMarco Murray (TEN)
    42Devante Parker (MIA)
    43Jared Cook (OAK)
    44Jeremy Maclin (BAL)
    45Lamar Miller (HOU)
    46Marqise Lee (JAC)
    47Duke Johnson (CLE)
    48Isaiah Crowell (CLE)
    49Adrian Peterson (ARI)
    50Keenan Allen (LAC)
    51Marvin Jones (DET)
    52Jimmy Graham (SEA)
    53Orleans Darkwa (NYG)
    54Davante Adams (GB)
    55Delanie Walker (TEN)
    56Joe Mixon (CIN)
    57Rex Burkhead (NE)
    58Mohamed Sanu (ATL)
    59Doug Martin (TB)
    60DeSean Jackson (TB)
    61Nelson Agholor (PHI)
    62Ameer Abdullah (DET)
    63Marshawn Lynch (OAK)
    64Rishard Matthews (TEN)
    65Kenyan Drake (MIA)
    66Corey Davis (TEN)
    67Kyle Rudolph (MIN)
    68Vernon Davis (WAS)
    69Jamaal Williams (GB)
    70Jamison Crowder (WAS)
    71Jordy Nelson (GB)
    72Tyler Kroft (CIN)
    73Cooper Kupp (LAR)
    74James White (NE)
    75Paul Richardson (SEA)
    76Ted Ginn (NO)
    77Theo Riddick (DET)
    78Danny Amendola (NE)
    79Danny Woodhead (BAL)
    80Randall Cobb (GB)
    81Latavius Murray (MIN)
    82Dion Lewis (NE)
    83Kelvin Benjamin (BUF)
    84Tyler Lockett (SEA)
    85Cameron Brate (TB)
    86C.J. Anderson (DEN)
    87Austin Ekeler (LAC)
    88John Brown (ARI)
    89Bruce Ellington (HOU)
    90Mike Wallace (BAL)
    91Andre Ellington (ARI)
    92Dontrelle Inman (CHI)
    93Sammy Watkins (LAR)
    94Hunter Henry (LAC)
    95Charles Clay (BUF)
    96Damien Williams (MIA)
    97Derrick Henry (TEN)
    98Devontae Booker (DEN)
    99Kenny Stills (MIA)
    100Samaje Perine (WAS)

Quarterbacks

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    Alex Smith and the Chiefs should get back on track coming off the bye.
    Alex Smith and the Chiefs should get back on track coming off the bye.Michael Ainsworth/Associated Press

    Better Than Usual 

    Alex Smith, KC (at NYG)

    Smith hasn't finished as a top-10 QB in either of his last two games, yet he remains the No. 3 fantasy QB for the season. The Kansas City Chiefs come off the bye as losers of three of their last four games following a 5-0 start, including a 28-17 loss to the Cowboys in Week 9. In the last two games, Smith completed 39 of 65 attempts for 465 yards with three TDs and an INT, but he helped his cause with 52 rushing yards on nine carries.

    Smith has a great chance to finish Week 11 as a top-three fantasy QB with a plus matchup Sunday against the New York Giants. The Giants may have hit rock bottom in Week 10 by allowing 288 passing yards and two TDs in addition to a rushing TD to C.J. Beathard. Over the last four weeks, they gave up the second-most fantasy points per game to QBs. Considering how badly the Giants struggle against TEs, Smith should be able to do plenty of damage targeting Travis Kelce. Play Smith with confidence in Week 11.

    Concern 

    Philip Rivers, LAC (vs. BUF)

    Rivers hasn't posted more than 235 yards in each of his last three games and hasn't had a 300-yard game since Week 4. It's been a bit of a slog for the Los Angeles Chargers offense for most of the season, so an average matchup against the visiting Buffalo Bills isn't very enticing. The biggest issue is Rivers' availability for Week 11. According to Jack Wang of the Los Angeles Daily News, Rivers is in the concussion protocol, so he isn't a lock to play. Even if he does go, you might be better looking elsewhere for a QB this week.

    Avoid 

    Andy Dalton, CIN (at DEN)

    Despite their struggles against Carson Wentz and Tom Brady in the last two weeks, the Denver Broncos are still a defense you should avoid, especially if we're talking about Dalton traveling to Denver in Week 11. While Dalton was solid against the Tennessee Titans in Week 10 (265 yards, two TDs), he also failed to throw for 150 yards in two of his last four games and has just two games with 275 yards this season. Dalton might be worth a look as a streamer when he has a decent matchup, but this isn't one of those games.

    Sleeper 

    Eli Manning, NYG (vs. KC)

    Manning made an appearance in the sleeper category last week with a favorable matchup in San Francisco against the 49ers. He came through by completing 28 of 37 passes for 273 yards and two TDs in a loss. Some garbage-time production helped his final numbers, but the production counts all the same. This week, he faces a much better team in the Kansas City Chiefs, but by the numbers, it's another good matchup. In fact, over the last four weeks, the Chiefs gave up the fifth-most fantasy points per game to QBs, while the 49ers allowed the seventh-most during the same span. With Sterling Shepard and Evan Engram as reliable targets, Manning can do enough to be a useful streamer once again in Week 11.

    Week 11 Quarterback Rankings

Running Backs

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    Jay Ajayi should be busy leading a committee against the Cowboys.
    Jay Ajayi should be busy leading a committee against the Cowboys.Mitchell Leff/Getty Images

    Better Than Usual 

    Jay Ajayi, PHI (at DAL)

    Despite joining the Philadelphia Eagles just five days before his first game with the team, Ajayi had an impressive debut in Week 9 with eight carries for 77 yards, including a 46-yard TD on just 24.6 percent of the snaps. Ajayi's role was expected to be limited, but he made a great first impression for both the team and fantasy owners.

    Ajayi should be a bit more familiar with the playbook following the team's Week 10 bye. Even though the Eagles likely will stick with their backfield committee, Ajayi was acquired to lead the way, and that should happen in Sunday's showdown with the Dallas Cowboys. According to Matt Lombardo of NJ Advance Media. Eagles offensive coordinator Frank Reich said, "When I look at our game plan for this week, I look at it and there's probably not a play on there that I wouldn't feel comfortable putting his number on. As far as Jay learning and knowing what to do. That speaks a lot of him and what he's able to do as a player." 

    The increase in Ajayi's role is coming at a great time. The Cowboys are not expected to have their best run-stopper in LB Sean Lee, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, which is a huge hit to their defense and a big boost for Ajayi's fantasy value. Even though Ajayi may not approach the nearly 20 carries per game he averaged with the Miami Dolphins, the quality of his touches should get better, especially with such a great matchup in Dallas.

    Concern 

    Jamaal Williams, GB (vs. BAL)

    The Green Bay Packers turned to Williams last week when Aaron Jones went down with a knee injury and Ty Montgomery re-aggravated his rib injury. Williams managed just 67 yards on 20 carries and one reception for seven yards on his lone target in a win over the Chicago Bears. Jones has already been ruled out for Week 11 with an MCL injury while Montgomery's status is up in the air, so Williams will likely pick up the slack against the Baltimore Ravens.

    Over the last four weeks, Baltimore has held RBs to the 10th-fewest fantasy points per game and just 250 yards and two TDs on 68 carries in their last three games. Putting Williams in your lineup is strictly based on the volume he should get if Montgomery is out or limited, but that doesn't mean he will be productive, as we saw last week against the Bears. He'll be a RB3/flex at best.

    Avoid 

    Samaje Perine, WAS (at NO)

    Perine is back in the spotlight for the Washington Redskins following Rob Kelley's move to injured reserve with ankle and knee injuries, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. While he'll take over for Kelley moving forward, it doesn't mean his fantasy value gets a big boost. In two games without Kelley, Perine rushed for just 72 yards on 28 carries. For the season, Perine has 210 yards on 66 carries (3.2 yards per carry) and has yet to run in a TD, but he did catch a TD on one of just six receptions for 55 yards on six targets.

    Perine heads to New Orleans this weekend to take on a much-improved Saints defense. In the last month, the Saints held RBs to the eighth-fewest fantasy points per game with 329 yards and two TDs on 79 carries. The Saints could easily control this game, which will kill any chance of a busy workload for Perine. He desperately needs volume to have any hope of fantasy production, so you can stay away from him this week.

    Sleeper

    Austin Ekeler, LAC (vs. BUF)

    Ekeler's impact on Melvin Gordon was covered in this week's edition of the B.S. Meter. He's coming off his best game as a pro with 42 yards on 10 carries and five receptions for 77 yards and two TDs on five targets. While he did lose a fumble, he also played a season-high 33.3 percent of the snaps. The fumble was disappointing, but the rest of Ekeler's performance was not. That could keep him in the mix moving forward, especially since Melvin Gordon has battled multiple injuries for most of the season.

    The Chargers backfield could be the focal point of the offense in Week 11 if Philip Rivers doesn't get cleared from the concussion protocol. That would leave Kellen Clemens to take over the starting job for Sunday's game with the Buffalo Bills. The Bills got destroyed by Mark Ingram and Alvin Kamara last week and have now allowed the most fantasy points to RBs in the last four weeks. Though the Saints' nearly 300 rushing yards pushed Buffalo to the bottom of that pile, the Bills also struggled in their previous two games against the New York Jets and Oakland Raiders RBs, so they've been trending in the wrong direction for weeks.

    If you grabbed Ekeler off the waiver wire, he might be worth an immediate start as a RB3/flex, especially if Rivers is unable to play.

Wide Receivers

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    Michael Crabtree should be productive when he matches up with the Patriots.
    Michael Crabtree should be productive when he matches up with the Patriots.D. Ross Cameron/Associated Press

    Better Than Usual

    Michael Crabtree, OAK (vs. NE)

    Crabtree failed to come through against the Miami Dolphins in Week 9, posting just three receptions for 40 yards on four targets. Other than when he was injured in Week 3 (three targets, one reception, seven yards), it was Crabtree's lowest target total of the season and second time in three games he had three receptions and less than 50 yards. The dip in his production has a chance to come to an end when the Raiders take on the New England Patriots in Mexico on Sunday.

    While the Patriots have shown some improvement on defense, they still allowed the eighth-most fantasy points per game to WRs in the last four weeks. That includes giving up six receptions for 137 yards to Emmanuel Sanders and five receptions for 44 yards and a TD to Demaryius Thomas in last week's win over the Denver Broncos. Derek Carr may not be playing at the same level he was at last year, but he should be able to help Crabtree produce solid numbers if Brock Osweiler helped Sanders and Thomas post good fantasy outings in Week 10.

    Concern 

    Dez Bryant, DAL (vs. PHI)

    Bryant hasn't scored in the last three games and hasn't posted 100 yards all season. He posted identical four-catch, 39-yard efforts in two of his last three games, including last week in an ugly loss to the Atlanta Falcons. Losing Ezekiel Elliott to a suspension was big, but as detailed in this week's B.S. Meter, the absence of LT Tyron Smith (groin) threw the entire Cowboys offense out of whack, which could be a problem again this week against the Philadelphia Eagles.

    Over the last four weeks (three games), the Eagles limited WRs to the third-fewest fantasy points per game in matchups with the Denver Broncos, San Francisco 49ers and Washington Redskins. They come off the bye potentially getting top CB Ronald Darby back from an ankle injury that's kept him out since Week 1. That could be another obstacle for Bryant to overcome, so you may want to manage your expectations, as this doesn't look like the game for him to break out of his funk. 

    Avoid 

    Josh Doctson, WAS (at NO)

    If you've been waiting for Doctson to break out, that hasn't happened yet and likely won't be coming Sunday when the Washington Redskins head to New Orleans to face the red-hot Saints. While lots of attention has been given to a rejuvenated Saints offense, their defense is also a major part of the success, specifically rookie CB Marshon Lattimore. Lattimore could be a problem for Doctson, as the two could end up matching up often in Week 11. 

    In the last four games, New Orleans held WRs to the fewest fantasy points per game with just 23 receptions for 311 yards and no TDs on 55 targets. Doctson has seven receptions for 89 yards on 12 targets in the last two weeks, which is the most production of any Redskins WR during that span. Steer clear of Doctson this week.

    Sleeper 

    Corey Davis, TEN (at PIT)

    While Davis hasn't broken out in his first two games back since returning from a hamstring injury that he suffered in Week 2, he is trending in the right direction with an interesting matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 11. Davis has just six receptions for 76 yards in the last two games, but he leads all Titans with 15 targets in the last two weeks, including 10 in Week 10. He nearly scored in last week's win over the Cincinnati Bengals, but he lost control of the ball while trying to stretch for the end zone, which resulted in a touchback. 

    While typically solid all season, the Steelers struggled against WRs over the last month, as they are tied with the New England Patriots for eighth-most fantasy points per game allowed during that span. They'll be without CB Joe Haden (fibula) for the foreseeable future, which means Davis has a chance to come through as a potential sleeper in this battle of AFC division leaders.

    Week 11 Wide Receiver PPR Rankings

    #Player (team)
    1Antonio Brown (PIT)
    2Julio Jones (ATL)
    3Doug Baldwin (SEA)
    4Adam Thielen (MIN)
    5Michael Thomas (NO)
    6Mike Evans (TB)
    7A.J. Green (CIN)
    8Michael Crabtree (OAK)
    9Tyreek Hill (KC)
    10DeAndre Hopkins (HOU)
    11Golden Tate (DET)
    12Brandin Cooks (NE)
    13Larry Fitzgerald (ARI)
    14Dez Bryant (DAL)
    15Stefon Diggs (MIN)
    16Amari Cooper (OAK)
    17Sterling Shepard (NYG)
    18Emmanuel Sanders (DEN)
    19Jarvis Landry (MIA)
    20Robert Woods (LAR)
    21Alshon Jeffery (PHI)
    22Demaryius Thomas (DEN)
    23JuJu Smith-Schuster (PIT)
    24DeVante Parker (MIA) 
    25Jeremy Maclin (BAL)
    26Marqise Lee (JAC)
    27Keenan Allen (LAC)
    28Marvin Jones (DET)
    29Davante Adams (GB)
    30Mohamed Sanu (ATL)
    31DeSean Jackson (TB)
    32Nelson Agholor (PHI)
    33Rishard Matthews (TEN)
    34Corey Davis (TEN)
    35Jamison Crowder (WAS)
    36Jordy Nelson (GB)
    37Cooper Kupp (LAR)
    38Paul Richardson (SEA)
    39Ted Ginn (NO)
    40Danny Amendola (NE)
    41Randall Cobb (GB)
    42Kelvin Benjamin (BUF)
    43Tyler Lockett (SEA)
    44John Brown (ARI)
    45Bruce Ellington (HOU)
    46Mike Wallace (BAL)
    47Dontrelle Inman (CHI)
    48Sammy Watkins (LAR)
    49Kenny Stills (MIA)
    50Brandon LaFell (CIN)
    51Keelan Cole (JAC)
    52Roger Lewis (NYG)
    53Dede Westbrook (JAC)
    54Josh Doctson (WAS)
    55Martavis Bryant (PIT)
    56Kendall Wright (CHI)
    57Terrance Williams (DAL)
    58Tyrell Williams (LAC)
    59Tavarres King (NYG)
    60Kenny Golladay (DET)
    61Breshad Perriman (BAL)
    62Cole Beasley (DAL)
    63Jordan Matthews (BUF)
    64Taylor Gabriel (ATL)
    65Adam Humphries (TB)
    66Corey Coleman (CLE)
    67Eric Decker (TEN)
    68Travis Benjamin (LAC)
    69Jaron Brown (ARI)
    70Demarcus Robinson (KC)
    71Chris Moore (BAL)
    72J.J. Nelson (ARI)
    73Brandon Coleman (NO)
    74Seth Roberts (OAK)
    75Deonte Thompson (BUF)
    76Josh Bellamy (CHI)
    77Ricardo Louis (CLE)
    78Willie Snead (NO)
    79Mike Williams (LAC)
    80Ryan Grant (WAS)
    81Brice Butler (DAL)
    82Cody Latimer (DEN)
    83Torrey Smith (PHI)
    84De'Anthony Thomas (KC)
    85Kenny Britt (CLE)
    86Terrelle Pryor (WAS)
    87TJ Jones (DET)
    88Laquon Treadwell (MIN)
    89Chris Godwin (TB)
    90Bennie Fowler (DEN)
    91Cordarrelle Patterson (OAK)
    92Mack Hollins (PHI)
    93Tavon Austin (LAR)
    94Phillip Dorsett (NE)
    95Taywan Taylor (TEN)
    96Rashard Higgins (CLE)
    97Justin Hardy (ATL)

Tight Ends

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    Tyler Kroft should bounce back from a quiet Week 10.
    Tyler Kroft should bounce back from a quiet Week 10.Joe Sargent/Getty Images

    Better Than Usual 

    Tyler Kroft, CIN (at DEN)

    Even though the matchup against the Tennessee Titans wasn't great, Kroft was still a big disappointment in Week 10 with just a single catch for four yards on six targets. He's been nothing more than a streaming option this season, or at best, a low-end starting option, but he should be considered a strong play for Week 11 when the Cincinnati Bengals take on the Denver Broncos.

    While we've seen WRs struggle against Denver's CBs, TEs continue to be a problem for their pass defense. Over the last four weeks, no team has allowed more fantasy points per game to TEs than the Broncos thanks to 25 receptions for 413 yards and three TDs. If A.J. Green has trouble against Chris Harris and Aqib Talib, Andy Dalton may need to look Kroft's way often in such a good matchup. You won't have a better chance to use Kroft this season, so get him in your starting lineup.

    Concerns

    Jordan Reed/Vernon Davis, WAS (at NO)

    With Reed out once again last week, Davis continued to prove why he's the best Redskins TE by posting seven receptions for 76 yards on 11 targets. That gave him 13 receptions for 148 yards on 20 targets in the last two games without Reed. Even though Davis has been the better TE all season, he's much easier to rely on for fantasy when Reed is inactive. 

    Besides monitoring the status of Reed, using either Redskins TE should come with some pausing considering the matchup in New Orleans against the Saints. They've allowed the seventh-fewest points per game to TEs over the last month thanks to a steadily improving defense. If Reed is out, Davis is still worth a start as a low-end option, but if Reed goes, the two could steal enough targets away from each other to render them both obsolete in this less-than-favorable matchup.

    Avoid 

    Eric Ebron, DET (at CHI)

    For one of the only times this season, Ebron came through with a good matchup in Week 10 against the Cleveland Browns, although it was far from a big game with two receptions for 39 yards and a TD on three targets. That marked only the second time this season he scored at least 10 fantasy points in PPR formats in what's been a very disappointing season. 

    If you're expecting Ebron to build on a rare good game, lower those expectations immediately. Ebron faces a Chicago Bears defense that held TEs to the second-fewest fantasy points per game over the last four weeks. He's been tough to trust when matchups have been in his favor, so don't bother trying to catch lightning in a bottle because there are far better options to consider this week.

    Sleeper 

    Marcedes Lewis, JAC (at CLE)

    You can almost guarantee that if someone winds up in the sleeper category, it's because they have one of the exploitable matchups for TEs. The Cleveland Browns remain a target for fantasy TEs, and while it wasn't much, Eric Ebron did score en route to posting 11.9 fantasy points in PPR formats last week. Lewis is the latest name you can grab off the waiver wire to consider as the lucky recipient of this matchup.

    In the last four weeks, TEs posted the eighth-most fantasy points per game when facing the Browns thanks to 20 receptions for 179 yards and two TDs on 28 targets (in three games). For the season, only the Denver Broncos and New York Giants allowed more fantasy points per game to TEs. One extra bonus for Lewis' fantasy value is the absence of Allen Hurns, who will sit with an ankle injury. When in doubt, take a shot on the best matchups. Garrett Celek was last week's sleeper in this space thanks to a great matchup with the New York Giants, so if you're stuck, Lewis could be a fantasy hero when he faces the Browns.

    Week 11 Tight End PPR Rankings

Defenses

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    Fire up the Bengals defense in a fantastic matchup with the Broncos.
    Fire up the Bengals defense in a fantastic matchup with the Broncos.Phelan M. Ebenhack/Associated Press

    Best Streaming Options 

    Cincinnati Bengals (at DEN)

    The Bengals have been an average fantasy defense this season, but they get a huge boost from their Week 11 matchup with the Denver Broncos. No team has allowed more fantasy points to opposing defenses in the last four weeks than the Broncos. Over its last four games, Denver surrendered 11 sacks, seven interceptions, five fumble recoveries and three touchdowns and scored just 52 points. The Broncos will stick with Brock Osweiler for another week, which is great news if you're using the Bengals defense. 

    Ownership percentage: ESPN 37.5; Yahoo 26.0

        

    Arizona Cardinals (at HOU)

    Other than the Broncos, the best possible matchup by the numbers for a defense in Week 11 is the Houston Texans. The Cardinals will face a team that's allowed the fourth-most fantasy points per game to defenses in the last four weeks by giving up 10 sacks, five interceptions, three fumble recoveries and one touchdown and scored just 53 points. Tom Savage has been a major downgrade from Deshaun Watson, and the Houston offense has taken a big hit as a result.

    Ownership percentage: ESPN 47.1; Yahoo 48.0

        

Kickers

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    Josh Lambo got revenge against his old team last week.
    Josh Lambo got revenge against his old team last week.Sam Greenwood/Getty Images

    Best Streaming Option 

    Josh Lambo, JAC (at CLE)

    In three games with the Jacksonville Jaguars, Lambo has converted all seven of his field-goal attempts, including the kick that sent the Jaguars to overtime plus the one that beat the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 10. The Jaguars should be able to control the Cleveland Browns this weekend, so Lambo should have another chance at a productive outing.

    Ownership percentage: ESPN 29.3; Yahoo 31.0

        

    Week 11 Kicker Rankings