Fantasy Football Sleepers week 11 – 2011

November 19, 2011 at 6:03 pm Leave a comment


Carson Palmer: Great play this week, against a suffering Vikings D

Jay Cutler: He has to be licking his lips at the opportunity to get revenge on Rivers, who embarrassed him on MNF and let him now…from accross the field XX. Chicago’s defense has gone to another level which San Diego has regressed.

Running Backs

Brandon Jacobs: Stepping in for Bradshaw once again.  Likely to wear gonna an Eagles defense that struggles against the run and is gased in the fourth quarter typically.

Kevin Smith: Went from selling cars to #2 on the depth chart and might get a chance to make an impact this week versus the Panthers.  If the Lions are gonna make a playoff push, they’ll need to get more on the ground especially with Stafford looking as shaky as last week.

Kregg Lumpkin: Could see a lot of snaps when they’re playing from behind.

Wide Receivers

  • Jerome Simpson: Had 12 catches last year vs. Baltimore. Should be targeted a lot.
  • Harry Douglas: Filling in for Jones with a decent matchup.
  • Vincent Brown: Same as above.
  • James Jones: Could get in on the action versus Biggers
  • Austin Pettis: Getting reps + targets from slot.

Tight Ends

  • Jake Ballard
  • Visanthe Shaincoe


Patriots: no-brainer after best performance last week, get Palko.

Jaguars: Worked last week, should shutdown run game.

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