Week 11 is here and it is time to take a good look at your lineups and decide whether you like the direction your team is headed. If you are sitting at 4-6, its time to make a season-deciding trade. If you're sitting at 5-5, bolster your bench for later in the season. It's also time to stop wasting a roster spot on players that have continued to let you down. This is most likely your last opportunity to make a trade before the deadline, so take advantage of that before it’s too late.
Before we can get ready for Week 11, lineups need to be set, decisions need to be made and let's take a look at how last week's predictions fared.
QB: Kyler Murray, Arizona Cardinals: 324 Passing YDS, 3 Passing TD, 1 INT, 38 Rushing YDS: 26.7 PTS
RB: Tevin Coleman, San Francisco 49ers: 40 Rushing YDS, 4 Receptions, 32 Receiving YDS, 11.2 PTS
WR: Zach Pascal, Indianapolis Colts: 2 Receptions, 26 Receiving YDS. 4.6 PTS
TE: O.J. Howard, Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 4 Receptions, 47 Receiving YDS, 1 Receiving TD, 14.7 PTS
QB: Kirk Cousins, Minnesota Vikings: 220 Passing YDS, 2 Passing TD, 19.3 PTS
RB: Devonta Freeman, Atlanta Falcons, 38 Rushing YDS, 3 Receptions, 10 Receiving YDS, 7.8 PTS
WR: JuJu Smith-Schuster, Pittsburgh Steelers, 3 Receptions, 44 Receiving YDS, 7.4 PTS
TE: Chris Herndon, New York Jets: 1 Reception, 7 Receiving YDS, 1.7 PTS
Week 1: 5/8
Week 2: 6/8
Week 3: 4/8
Week 4: 6/8
Week 5: 4/8
Week 6: 2/8
Week 7: 6/8
Week 8: 4/8
Week 9: 6/8
Week 10: 6/8
QB: Derek Carr, Oakland Raiders
Opponent: vs. Cincinnati Bengals
Derek Carr has thrived this season despite not having the weapons he had expected. Darren Waller and Hunter Renfrow have been exceptional for the Raiders this season and a matchup against the winless Bengals should give Carr a top-10 finish in Week 11.
RB: Devin Singletary, Buffalo Bills
Opponent: at Miami Dolphins
Devin Singletary has yet to be unleashed yet by Sean McDermott through ten games. A matchup against the Dolphins could get him going and should give you the confidence to insert him into your lineup.
WR: D.J. Moore, Carolina Panthers
Opponent: vs. Atlanta Falcons
D.J. Moore hasn’t gotten going to the extent many expected he would in his second season with the Panthers. A matchup in Week 11 against a struggling Falcons secondary will provide the tune-up game Moore needs.
TE: Jack Doyle, Indianapolis Colts
Opponent: vs. jacksonville Jaguars
Austin Hooper is out. George Kittle is out. Evan Engram is on a bye. Jack Doyle is a more than serviceable streamer in Week 11 with four teams on a bye and three of the top 7 tight ends on the shelf this week.
QB: Nick Foles, Jacksonville Jaguars
Opponent: at Indianapolis Colts
Nick Foles will take the mantle back from Gardner Minshew in Week 11 when he returns to the starting lineup against the Colts. While Foles could producer average numbers, it’s worth waiting a week before inserting him into your lineup.
RB: David Montgomery, Chicago Bears
Opponent: at Los Angeles Rams
David Montgomery received a lot of hype after being drafted by the Bears back in April but with the way this offense has performed through the first ten games of the season, he cannot be relied upon with the fantasy playoffs on the horizon.
WR: Nelson Agholor, Philadelphia Eagles
Opponent: vs. New England Patriots
With Alshon Jeffery ruled out for the Super Bowl rematch with New England, Nelson Agholor will be shadowed by Patriots star Stephon Gilmore in Week 11 who has been nothing short of exceptional through the first 10 weeks of the season.
TE: Gerald Everett, Los Angeles Rams
Opponent: vs. Chicago Bears
With a banged-up offensive line in Week 11, Gerald Everett will be asked to block more than usual with Khalil Mack in town. Look for Jared Goff to get Cooper Kupp going early after the latter was held without a catch in Week 10 against the Steelers.