The Post’s Drew Loftis evaluates all the relevant fantasy football news ahead of Week 11 of the 2020 NFL season.
Joe Flacco QB, Jets, at Chargers (FanDuel $6,100/DraftKings $5,000)
Facing a Chargers team that has a knack for letting opposition stay in games. A relatively healthy group of receivers, however mediocre, will help. A DFS tourney option, paired with Jamison Crowder.
Andy Dalton QB, Cowboys, at Vikings (FD $6,900/DK $5,300)
Another escape hatch if you had planned on starting Jameis Winston. Dalton is in line to return from a concussion/COVID, and he has a flurry of weapons to exploit. He won’t be Dak Prescott, but he shouldn’t be, say, Philip Rivers bad.
Marvin Jones Jr. WR, Lions, at Panthers (FD $6,400/DK $5,500)
Kenny Golladay’s status is still up in the air. Regardless, both could eat against Carolina. Expect Detroit to target CB Troy Pride Jr., who has the worst PPF players rating of any expected starters this week.
Logan Thomas TE, Washington, vs. Bengals (FD $5,200/DK $3,300)
The Browns rank next-to-last in points yielded to opposing tight ends. Have twice given up more than 30 PPR points tto TEs in a single game.
Aaron Rodgers QB, Packers, at Colts (FD $9,000/DK $7,000)
Rodgers is averaging better than 23 fantasy points a game, but that is higher than any QB has scored against the Colts — who have allowed more than 20 just twice.
Todd Gurley RB, Falcons, at Saints (FD $6,700/DK $5,900)
He has largely been disappointing, yet ranks 11th among RBs in PPR scoring. Nevertheless, the Saints are second-toughest vs. fantasy RBs and haven’t allowed a rushing TD by an RB since Week 4.
Robert Woods WR, Rams, at Buccaneers (FD $7,000/DK $6,000)
He has been erratic — single digits in three of past six games. Now, he could be shadowed by CB Carlton Davis, which isn’t the end of the world, but doesn’t really help against a fairly stiff pass defense.
Mike Evans WR, Buccaneers, vs. Rams (FD $7,100/DK $6,000)
Could draw coverage mostly from Jalen Ramsey, which would leave Chris Godwin open to have a big week. And with Rob Gronkowski also in a nice matchup, Evans could get pushed down priority list.
Fantasy Insanity Daily Duel
Slate: main (11 games)
Entry fee: $5
Top prize: $5K
QB: Justin Herbert (LAC, vs. NJY) $8,500
RB: Mike Davis (Car, vs. Det) $7,400
RB: Adrian Peterson (Det, at Car) $5,100
WR: Keenan Allen (LAC, vs. NYJ) $8,000
WR: Julio Jones (Atl, at NO) $8,100
WR: Jamison Crowder (NYJ, at LAC) $6,600
TE: Taysom Hill (NO, vs. Atl) $4,500
Flex: Aaron Jones (GB, at Ind) $8,200
DEF: Falcons (Atl, at NO) $3,200
QB: Justin Herbert (LAC, vs. NYJ) $8,500
RB: Duke Johnson (NE, at Hou) $6,000
RB: Dalvin Cook (Min, vs. Dal) $10,500
WR: Terry McLaurin (Was, vs. Cin) $7,300
WR: Jakobi Meyers (NE, at Hou) $6,000
WR: Jaylen Guyton (LAC, vs. NYJ) $4,900
TE: Taysom Hill (NO vs. Atl) $4,500
Flex: Adam Thielen (Min, vs. Dal) $7,900
DEF: Vikings (Min, vs. Dal) $4,400
Season risked: $95
Winnings: Drew $100, Jarad $75
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