Week Eleven Automatics/Don’t Do Its

Week Eleven Automatics/Don’t Do Its



Andrew Luck
Luck had the worst football performance of his career last week. Most quarterbacks would spiral in a downward direction statistically, but that won’t happen with Luck. Coach Pagano did the right thing in pulling Luck with under six minutes to go against the Rams. The performance by Luck hindered more on the Colts as a whole than just Luck. Look for the whole team to respond.

Terrelle Pryor
The Raiders are a touchdown underdog against the Texans but I believe they’ll play a better game than the spread sits at. Both teams really don’t have much to play for at this point of the season, that gives the edge to the Raiders as expectations were never heightened for them. Pryor has been a hot and cold fantasy player this year, and does most of his damage with his legs. Look for him to do damage with both his legs and arm this week.

Jacquizz Rodgers
Miami did not run the ball one iota against the Buccaneers. It isn’t that the Bucs can’t be ran on, but for whatever reason they felt there was no reason to run the football. Rodgers had a solid game all around against the Bucs earlier this season and probably has slipped off fantasy owners radars a bit over the last few weeks. Put him back in your lineups for success this week.

Ryan Matthews
Back to the poor performing Dolphins as San Diego heads to South Beach Sunday—Matthews should be lined up for an impactful game. Before Tampa Bay’s Mike James exited with an injury he was on his way to a career game. If he didn’t go down Miami more than likely would have lost in double digit fashion. San Diego has been one of the better teams in football with game plans, and they’ll look to establish the run early and often for Philip Rivers.

Larry Fitzgerald
Fitz has regressed since starting the season strong. Still he is right on track to get 1,000 yards receiving. With a couple of strong games he can have one of his best seasons in several seasons. This is a big opportunity game for Fitzgerald to separate himself from the mid-tier fantasy receivers against a Jaguars defense that is prone to the big play

Don’t Do Its
Colin Kaepernick, Knowshown Moreno, CJ Spiller, Big Ben, Le’Veon Bell, MJD, Eli Manning, and AP


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