Fantasy Football Start 'Em Sit 'Em: Week 11 - FullTime Fantasy (2023)

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Start ‘Em Sit ‘Em: Week 11


Cam Newton (QB) Carolina Panthers

Cam is back and will be the starter next week for the Panthers. He will get the start this week after having a few packages last week. When he was on the field he gave this team juice and they throttled the first-place Cardinals. He went 3-4 through the air with a touchdown and had three carries and a TD on the ground. His touches were limited after being out of the league since the preseason, but he was impressive.

In his first start, he gets the best possible matchup a fantasy quarterback can get. He will take on the Washington Football Team defense who is allowing the most fantasy points to QBs. You aren’t starting him over studs but he’s a strong streaming option this week. Cam looked like Cam. Even if he isn’t great through the air, rushing upside and dump-offs to Christian McCaffrey give him a nice floor.

Myles Gaskin (RB) Miami Dolphins

Gaskin is averaging just under 19 touches per game over the past four weeks and this week takes on the lowly Jets who just allowed the Bills’ terrible backfield do whatever they wanted against them including Matt Breida scoring two TDs. The Jets are allowing the most fantasy points to running backs and it’s not close. There is no reason Gaskin shouldn’t have a monster day both through the air and on the ground. Tua has been named the starter and loves throwing him the ball as well. He has RB1 upside this week in PPR leagues.

Rhamondre Stevenson (RB) New England Patriots

Stevenson got the start last week and torched the Browns’ defense. He carried the ball 20 times for 100 yards and two TDs while adding four catches for 14 yards in the passing attack. Damien Harris may or may not be back this week for Thursday Night Football when the Pats take on the Falcons. The Falcons are allowing the third-most points to fantasy running backs and are significantly worse than the Browns when it comes to slowing down runners. If Harris is out Stevenson is a must-start. However, even if Harris does play I still like Stevenson as a flex option this week.

Brandin Cooks (WR) Houston Texans

Cooks has been solid as always, but it’s hard to trust any Texans’ fantasy option every week. Nonetheless, Tyrod Taylor is back and is better than Davis Mills for what that’s worth and the matchup this week is ideal. Houston takes on the Tennessee Titans who are allowing the most fantasy points in the league to opposing wideouts. Their inability to stop anyone through the air and a game script that should force the Texans to throw the ball almost constantly should lead to big points from Cooks even if a lot of them come in garbage time.

Donovan Peoples-Jones (WR) Cleveland Browns

The Browns got embarrassed last week by the Patriots, Peoples-Jones was useless, and Baker looked awful. The Browns don’t play the Patriots this week though. They play the Lions. There’s no team to get right against quite like the Lions who allow just about anybody to do just about anything they want against them with the apparent exception of Mason Rudolph. I expect the Browns to come out angry and firing. At this point, DPJ looks like their WR1 and is their most dangerous weapon in the passing attack when it comes to big plays and TDs. If he’s on my roster I’m throwing him in my flex this week. It’s tough to sit anyone against Detroit.

C.J. Uzohma (TE) Cincinatti Bengals

Uzomah has been a boom or bust tight end this year and this is going to be a boom week coming off a bye. Cincy is taking on the Raiders who are allowing the second-most fantasy points to tight ends this season and were just dismantled last week by the Chiefs. It looks like their late-season collapse is in full effect and I have no faith they will be able to slow down the Bengals’ offense this week. There is no area where their defense struggles more than against the tight end. If you allow Uzomah to get open Joe Burrow loves to target him and will hit him for big plays and touchdowns. He’s my top streaming option this week.


Carson Wentz (QB) Indianapolis Colts

Wentz has been solid this season so this isn’t a knock on him. We are just at a point with this Bills’ defense that there isn’t a quarterback in the league I wouldn’t consider sitting against them if I had any kind of decent second option. They are dominating everybody and allowing the fewest fantasy points to the position. They make my job much easier because I can just look at who they’re playing and plug them in my sit spot in this article each week. You should do the same with your lineups.

Mike Davis (RB) Atlanta Falcons

Cordarrelle Patterson is probably out this week and I’m still not putting Davis anywhere near my lineup against the Patriots this week. This isn’t because the Pats’ run defense is stellar because it’s not, he’s just horrid. Wayne Gallman got a huge workload last week, but it’s hard to tell if that’s because he’s jumped Davis on the depth chart or because they were down by about 1,000 points almost immediately last week.

Still, Davis is unstartable and if you’re not going to start him this week with Patterson out you’re never going to. So if you’re still rostering him it’s time to let him loose. I also wouldn’t start Gallman this week. However, he may be worth adding because if he does see the bulk of the carries this week and Patterson misses more time, then you may have something with him.

Zack Moss (RB) Buffalo Bills

The Colts are the toughest matchup Moss can fan face this season being that they are allowing the second-fewest fantasy points to running backs bested only by the Bills in that category. Now to make matter worse much like Gallman in Atlanta, Breida has made this mediocre backfield a potential trio. However, much like Atlanta, it’s hard to tell if Breida was getting touches because he earned them or because it was a bloodbath as the Bills slaughtered the Jets. Either way, there is no way I start Moss or any Bills’ running backs this week against Indy. They are never a great start and this is a terrible matchup with question marks added about the backfield rotation.

Terry McLaurin (WR) Washington Football Team

This is a tough one and I understand there are a lot of rosters where you can’t just sit Scary Terry, but if you have another option it’s worth considering. This is a brutal matchup against the Panthers who are allowing the third-fewest points to wideouts and I don’t think the Football Team has the quarterback play to get the best of this secondary. You’re hoping for a broken play and long TD most likely with limited catches and that’s too risky for me. Try to get him out of your lineups this week and if you can’t prepare for disappointment.

Elijah Moore (WR) New York Jets

Moore has been pretty good the last few weeks and is coming off a nice fantasy week. However, if you were burdened with watching that game you saw that Moore was non-existent in the passing game until deep garbage time when the Bills had pulled their starters on defense. Between the quarterback situation and a Miami defense that looks to be drastically improved over the past month, there is no way I’m putting Moore in my lineup Sunday. His numbers are fools gold and his floor is zero catches. That’s not to say he’s not talented, but I hate the quarterback, his involvement, and the matchup.

Kyle Pitts (TE) Atlanta Falcons

Pitts has not lived up to the impossible expectations heaped upon him as a rookie by the fantasy community. It was the easiest thing to see coming this summer. He’s flashed and is still a good option, but more because options are limited at the position. Outside of two monster games back-to-back in mid-October, he hasn’t proven to be a must-start guy yet. If ever there was a time to bench him it’s on Thursday night against the Patriots who have shut down tight ends this season and scheme to take away an offense’s best player.

With Patterson trending to be out, this is bad news for Pitts. He will be keyed in on and it’s going to be a rough night for him. If I’m a Pitts owner I’m looking to stream someone else this week. Someone like Uzomah for example. This game may get ugly for the Falcons and everyone on the team.

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