Fantasy Football Week 11: NFL Injury Updates, Start 'Em Sit 'Em Advice and More

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Fantasy Football Week 11: NFL Injury Updates, Start 'Em Sit 'Em Advice and More
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Fantasy Football Week 11 started on Thursday when the Chicago Bears defeated the Miami Dolphins 16-0.

But we've got 16 more games to play starting this weekend.  So don't despair, it's not too late if you're still looking to clinch a spot in the fantasy postseason.

As always, this week is going to be very important for fantasy owners eager to notch a win.

It's time to focus.

It's a must-win week for everyone unless you're one of the lucky few sitting on a 10-0 record. 

This week, my always-evolving problem at the quarterback position is deciding whether or not to start David Garrard or John Kitna.

Stay tuned in the morning for an update.  This will require overnight deliberation to come up with an answer.

Meanwhile, feel free to send questions regarding your starting lineups. 


Garrard or Kitna?

What to do?

Garrard will be facing a Cleveland defense that has given up 17 touchdowns this season.  While Kitna also has a great matchup against the hapless Lions.

Plus, he just may be extra motivated to play against his former squad.

I'm going with Kitna this week, over Garrard.

Although Garrard has been on fire, I take the Cleveland Browns pass rush very seriously.  They were able lock down Drew Brees and even give Tom Brady fits.

Kitna is an oldie but could by a goody this weekend. 

The Cowboys are definitely a pass-first football team and could be in line for another victory in the Jason Garrett era.

Let's got Kitna!

This list will be updated with Saturday evening/Sunday morning sit 'em, start 'em recommendations as well as weather and injury news to make sure your fantasy team will be ready this weekend.

Got last-second fantasy football questions?  Post on the comment section and I'll hit you back with my response right here.

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