"Hash Marks" Harris: No Byes In Fantasy

I'll take a 7-3 record, that's for sure. I'm now in second place in my league thanks to some clutch performances by my whole squad. I'm as excited as when Antonio Brown flipped into the endzone last Sunday.

Here's a recap of Week 10's best performers and my Week 11 likes.

Week 10 Top Performers

QB – Kirk Cousins, Washington –He screamed, "You like that?" a few weeks ago. He could have screamed it again after throwing for four touchdowns and 324 yards.

RB – Jeremy Langford, Chicago –Langford has taken full advantage of Matt Forte being out, as he racked up 73 rushing yards and one score to go along with 109 receiving yards and one score.  

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WR – Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh – **Top scoring wide receiver for the second straight week, thanks to his 10 reception, 139-yard and two touchdown performance. And he definitely stuck the landing.

TE – Zach Miller, Chicago –Miller, who you really haven't heard a peep from in years, totaled 107 receiving yards and two scores.

Defense/Special Teams, Kansas City –The Chiefs held the Broncos to 13 points, while recording five sacks and five interceptions.

K – Cairo Santos, Kansas City –Santos made 5-of-6 field goals and two extra points for a total of 20 fantasy points.

Week 11

QBs I Like

Derek Carr at Detroit – The Lions on average give up 20 fantasy points per game to opposing QBs.

Aaron Rodgers at Minnesota – Rodgers has at least 300 yards and two scores in his last two games.

Tony Romo at Miami – I think he leads the Cowboys to a much needed win against Miami.

On The Fence About These QBs

Tom Brady vs. Buffalo –Buffalo hasn't allowed more than 13.5 fantasy points to an opposing QB in three games.

Carson Palmer vs. Cincinnati –Cincinnati, on average, gives up the sixth-lowest fantasy points per game to opposing QBs.

Cam Newton vs. Washington –Washington does allow a lot of passing yards and touchdowns, but Newton prefers to run more than pass.

Avoid These QBs

Kirk Cousins at Carolina –Don't let the "You like that?" fool you this week.

Matthew Stafford vs. Oakland –He commits way too many turnovers.

Blake Bortles vs. Tennessee –Bortles is too inconsistent and has seven turnovers in his last four games.

RBs I Like

Adrian Peterson vs. Green Bay –Peterson has three straight 100-yard games, including one with 200.

Devonta Freeman vs. Indianapolis –Freeman hasn't totaled less than 13 fantasy points in a game since Week 3.

Marshawn Lynch vs. San Francisco –The 49ers give up an average of 23.4 fantasy points per game to opposing RBs.

On The Fence About These RBs

Charcandrick West at San Diego –Yes, San Diego gives up the most fantasy points to opposing running backs, but he is not an elite back.

Darren McFadden at Miami –Miami's rush defense is not good, McFadden has only had two good games this season.

Jonathan Stewart vs. Washington –Washington has only allowed four rushing touchdowns all season.

Avoid These RBs

Todd Gurley at Baltimore –The Ravens have allowed more than 80 rushing yards just three times this season.

Jeremy Langford vs. Denver –Langford has shredded two bad defenses. Denver is not a bad defense.

Doug Martin at Philadelphia –The Eagles give up the sixth-fewest fantasy points to opposing running backs per game.

WRs I Like

Julio Jones vs. Indianapolis –Jones has two straight 130 yard games.

Dez Bryant at Miami –Dez and Tony will reunite for a huge game.

Danny Amendola –He's now Tom Brady's No. 2 target.

On The Fence About These WRs

Mike Evans at Philadelphia –Evans has three 100-yard games in his last four outings, but I'm not high on him this week.

DeAndre Hopkins vs. N.Y. Jets –The Jets allowed just 33 yards to wide receivers last game.

A.J. Green at Arizona –The Cardinals do a solid job defending wide receivers.

Avoid These WRs

Larry Fitzgerald vs. Cincinnati –The Bengals give up the sixth-fewest fantasy points to opposing wide receivers per game.

Calvin Johnson vs. Oakland –It's hard to get the football when your quarterback throws so many interceptions.

Sammy Watkins at New England –He's too inconsistent. Besides a 168-yard game this season, he has 60, 39, 48 and 14-yard games.

TEs I Like

Rob Gronkowski vs. Buffalo –Gronk has three 100-yard games in his last four weeks.

Jason Witten at Miami –Romo's go-to guy will have a solid game this week.

On The Fence About These TEs

Greg Olsen vs. Washington –Washington allows the fourth-fewest fantasy points to opposing tight ends, but Olsen is Newton's go-to guy.

Coby Fleener at Atlanta –Atlanta struggles to cover tight ends, but Andrew Luck isn't throwing him the ball.

Avoid These TEs

Tyler Eifert at Arizona –The Cardinals rank third in fewest fantasy points allowed per game to opposing tight ends.

Antonio Gates vs. Kansas City –The Chiefs give up a ton of passing yards but not to opposing tight ends.

Defenses/Special Teams Groups I Like

Seattle vs. San Francisco –The 49ers rank second to last in most fantasy points allowed to opposing defenses/special teams groups.

Denver at Chicago –Despite a bad outing last Sunday, the Broncos have by far the best fantasy defense/special teams group.

New England vs. Buffalo –The Bills have no shot in this game. Their offense will sputter.

Avoid These Defenses/Special Teams Groups

Detroit vs. Oakland –Derek Carr has 13 passing touchdowns in his last four games.

Indianapolis at Atlanta –The Colts have only allowed less than 20 in a game one time this season.

Tennessee at Jacksonville –The Titans are dead last in fantasy points allowed to opposing defenses/special teams units.

Kickers I Like

Justin Tucker, Stephen Goskowski, Caleb Sturgis, Nick Novak and Blair Walsh.

Avoid These Kickers

Brandon McManus, Mason Crosby, Jason Myers, Matt Prater and Mike Nugent.

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