NFL Fantasy Football Week 11: Earl Bennett and 5 Players to Start This Week
Another week of football is upon us, which means a brand new week of fantasy football as well. With another week on the horizon, more problems are piling up for many fantasy owners. Many owners are looking for any player they can find to replace someone who has a bye, or any injured players on their team.
This week many owners cannot rely on the likes of Arian Foster or Mike Wallace, as their teams are in their bye week.
Here are 10 players fantasy owners should start this week.
Reggie Bush, Miami Dolphins
Reggie Bush has impressed many fantasy owners this season. In the past three weeks, Bush has shown the capabilities of his true potential.
In the past three games, Reggie has averaged almost six yards per carry, scored three touchdowns and has finally been the leading man for the first time in his career.
With the way he is playing, you would not trade Reggie Bush for a Pizza Hut pizza.
Michael Bush, Oakland Raiders
Darren McFadden is expected to miss another game this week. That means Michael Bush will get the start once again.
Bush has filled in in the starting role very well. In the past couple of weeks, Michael Bush has been an unstoppable force.
Against a Minnesota Vikings run defense that is struggling, I expect Michael Bush to have a huge game. He will definitely get a load of carries, and that makes fantasy owners happy with joy.
Michael Bush is a top 5 RB this week, as well as a must-start this weekend.
Laurent Robinson, Dallas Cowboys
Laurent Robinson has been a total surprise to many people this season. With the injury of Miles Austin, Laurent Robinson has become a solid target for Tony Romo this season.
He has scored four touchdowns in the past three weeks, and has showed no signs of slowing down.
Laurent Robinson has had a big impact in fantasy football this season. Even though his projected numbers don't look big this week, I would still suggest that you start him this week.
Tom Brady, New England Patriots
This Monday Night, Brady goes against a struggling Kansas City Chiefs team. I expect Brady to replicate his stats from last week against Kansas City.
Brady always shines in prime time, and he will once again make jaws drop as he steps into the spotlight once again.
Earl Bennett, Chicago Bears
After returning from injury, Earl Bennett has already become Jay Cutler's favorite target in the span of two weeks.
In those two games, Bennett has caught 11 balls for almost 200 yards and scored a touchdown. It is evident that Earl Bennett is better than the rest of the Bears receivers.
Going against an injury-weakened Chargers defense, Earl Bennett will shine once again this weekend. If you haven't picked up Earl Bennett yet, it is time to do so.
If he keeps playing like this, Jay Cutler will continue to cover paying his fines for wearing those amazing orange shoes.
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