Week 11 Fantasy Football Rankings November 12, 2014  |  Jeff




Only three weeks remain in the fake football regular season, which means each weekly matchup is critical as our fantasy teams make the push toward the postseason. This week, we are faced with just four teams on bye, so be sure that all Cowboys, Jets, Jaguars, and Ravens are resting comfortably on your fantasy bench. Only one more week of byes remains (Pittsburgh and Carolina in Week 12), so the sting of digging deep into your league’s waiver wire for replacements will soon come to an end. Below, you will find The Fake Football staff consensus fantasy football rankings for Week 11. As always, be sure to check back throughout the week as we will be updating these rankings frequently when injury and depth chart news surfaces. Good luck in Week 11!


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30 Responses

  1. Rb2/flex says:

    Terrance west joique bell Alfred blue. Which 2 would you pick half ppr?

  2. Alex says:

    PPR, bench one: K Benjamin, B Marshall, or CJ Anderson.

  3. Andy says:

    Have Foster in both my leagues. I currently have him in my Flex spot to give me more options. If he doesn’t go, who do you like? (Both leagues PPR)

    League 1: Garcon, Sproles or Riddick

    League 2: VJax, A.Johnson, Martavis Bryant, or Ryan Mathews


  4. B-Real says:

    Would you trade J. Nelson, Denard Robinson and. Romo for Peyton Manning? I have Murray, forte, Antonio brown, Lamar miller, roddy white, Cecil shorts, Alfred blue, Fred Jackson, Kelce, joique bell, and A.P.

  5. RB says:

    Blue over Terrance West if foster sits?

  6. WR says:

    With byes this week it looks like I am going to start Hopkins and Andre (we only start 2 WR) this week. Hate that I have to do this with Mallet starting. Would you start someone such as kendall wright, malcom floyd, coradrelle, jennings over Andre?

    Half ppr

    • Jeff says:

      Jennings might be worth a shot if you would like to split the risk up a little bit. I agree, that might be a little scary if Mallett tanks.

  7. Andy says:

    PPR: So, you like Benjamin and Beckham Jr. at WR over VJax or Andre Johnson?

  8. TE says:

    If Fasano is out would you roll with Kelce over Reed?

  9. Zach says:

    I have Sanu, Torrey Smith, Keenan Allen. Any of those worth dropping for Odell Beckham or Jordan Matthews (both available on my waiver wire) going forward?

  10. Cam says:

    I have Joique, McKinnon, and Mason and need to start 1. Joique scaring me with Riddick lurking, Norv doesn’t let McKinnon score, and Mason is @ Denver…

    • Jeff says:

      I like all three but I have Mason highest this week. I would say Joique is 2A in this case. If Bush ends up sitting, I’d probably bump Bell above Mason.

  11. Norman says:

    Or do I pick up Crowell, start him & drop Williams?

  12. Norman says:

    12 team PPR, I know you have Sims ranked higher then D Williams (Mia), but if FJax doesn’t play, which of the 2 would you start as my rb2? Rough spot with byes this week…

  13. football says:

    trying to sort out my wr3 and my flex for this week (half ppr):

    options are crabtree, michael floyd, cordarelle, rainey, DMC

  14. AdamH says:

    How do you rank the backup Atl RB’s (Smith, Freeman, Rodgers) for a bench stash in PPR? Thanks!

  15. Andy says:

    PPR Flex: Watkins, Garcon or J.Hill?

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