We are getting ready for the full slate of games of Week 11 in the NFL season. That means another chance to put a little money on daily fantasy lineups if you can afford it
Last week there were more games during the 4 PM timeslot, but this week most of the games are being played in the 1 PM window.
This lineup is based off FanDuel pricing of players and it’s one that could put a little extra cash in your pockets ahead of the holiday season.
Week 11 Lineup
Quarterback: Justin Herbert – Los Angles Chargers – Herbert has been sensational in his rookie campaign thus far and that should not change this week against the 0-9 Jets. Herbert has passed for 2,333 yards, 19 touchdowns and six interceptions so far, and the Jets have given up the fourth-most fantasy points-per-game against opposing quarterbacks.
Running Back: Mike Davis – Carolina Panthers – Christian McCaffrey is out due to injury. Teddy Bridgewater will be a game-time decision, so expect a heavy dose of Davis, who has shown glimpses of what he can do when given the opportunity. Davis faces a Detroit defense that gives up 4.7 yards-per-carry and 33.2 fantasy PPG to opposing running backs. This has all the makings for Davis to be a fantasy hero.
Running Back: James Conner – Pittsburgh Steelers – Conner only has three games of over 100 rushing yards, but the Jags give up 4.4 YPC and 24.1 PPG to opposing running backs. The Steelers are 9-0 and as long as they don’t take the 1-8 Jags lightly, Pittsburgh should continue on its winning ways, and Conner can play a huge part in that.
Wide Receiver: Adam Thielen – Minnesota Vikings – Thielen is coming off a two-touchdown game on Monday Night Football and that production could be matched if not more this week against the Cowboys. Dallas gives up 3 fantasy PPG to wide receivers.
Wide Receiver: Mike Williams – Los Angeles Chargers – It was noted earlier how the Jets secondary could provide Herbert for a big day and one of his receivers is Williams. Williams has the ability to be a deep threat and is a big target for Herbert. Williams averages 17.2 YPC on the season.
Wide Receiver: CeeDee Lamb – Dallas Cowboys – The rookie is having a solid campaign despite a carousal at the quarterback position. He has 44 receptions for 595 yards and three scores. Minnesota is the 24th ranked pass defense, so Dalton and Lamb should connect often.
Tight End: Eric Ebron – Pittsburgh Steelers – Jacksonville gives up 12.5 PPG to opposing tight ends on the season and Ebron has proven to be a red zone threat for Ben Roethlisberger. This could be another instance, again, if Pittsburgh doesn’t take Jacksonville too lightly.
FLEX: Justin Jefferson – Minnesota Vikings – Jefferson is climbing up the Rookie of the Year rankings as each week passes. He is 7th in the NFL in receiving with 762 yards. He can take the top off of the Dallas defense and provide fantasy owners a big payday.
Defense: Pittsburgh Steelers – The Steelers have a very favorable matchup and the defense has been amongst the best in the league all season. They have at least one sack in 66-straight games and they will be facing a rookie quarterback.