(CBS Boston) – Thanksgiving is fast approaching, which means we’ve entered the last fantasy season of the regular season.
From the 11th week there are only three weeks left for the low season of Fantasy. This means that you don’t have much time left to take a spot in the play-offs, improve your reception in the play-offs or fight for it in the first round.
This week the Buffalo Beals, Chicago Bears, New York Giants and San Francisco 49 are on the agenda. The last time this season we will see four teams on the bill (in week 12 there are no teams on the bill, while in week 13 only the Panthers and the Bucanners are on the bill). Whether you are looking for a replacement within the week or a potential flight at the end of the season, the recommendations for a waiver are useful.
In this respect, the best exceptions to the Eleventh Directive are the following
QB James Winston, Saint of New Orleans – officially James’ time in Nola! Although we don’t know the official diagnosis of trauma for Drew Brees, early reports indicate that the Saints are looking forward to the absence of a quarterback in the Hall of Fame in their future. This opens the door for Winston to show the rest of the league what he can do as a starting quarterback, and that starts this weekend against the Falcons. In fact, New Orleans’ schedule for the next three weeks is as follows: home game against the Falcons in the Broncos. That’s three times in a row for Winston (or Bree, if he comes back for that). Winston was in top form halfway through last week and completed six out of ten passes at 63 meters. Winston is a fascinating streaming option for week 11 and maybe the next few weeks, depending on how long Brees has been on the sidelines.
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QB Daniel Jones, New York Giants – Daniel Jones played in Grade 10. He played his best game of the 2020 season against the Eagles. The second quarterback made 75 percent of his passes in 244 yards, 64 yards and a touchdown on the ground. It was also the second game in a row where Jones failed to generate income after playing at least one game in each of the top eight games of the season. The Giants say goodbye this week, but when they return to the field in week 12, Jones gets protection from the Bengals, who have just allowed Ben Rothlisberger to throw 333 yards and make four touchdowns. After the Bengalis, the Giants will head west to conquer the Seahawks and their battle defences. Jones seems to be a solid streaming option after week 11, at least for a few games after week 11.
RB Niheim Hines, Indianapolis Colts – Predicting how Frank Reich will turn his back on the Colts every week has become a real challenge. After a few weeks under Jordan Wilkins in the Indian backfield, Hines exploded Thursday night after a monstrous performance against the Titans on the soccer scene. Hines scored 12 points for 70 yards and a touchdown, well ahead of Wilkins (8 for 28 yards) and Jonathan Taylor (7 for 12 yards). Hines kept his role in the passive game and ended the game with five shots at 45 meters and a second touchdown. While his rush attempts may vary from week to week, Hines seems to prefer empire to passive play, which should allow him to maintain a solid margin for the rest of the season. Don’t forget to add hints if it’s still available.
RB Salvon Ahmed, Miami Dolphins. Who’s that? With Miles Gaskin traumatized on the reservation, Matt Brada still traumatized and Jordan Howard in a healthy scratch, it was Ahmed who led the Dolphins’ rear field in week 10. An unbeaten rookie carried the ball 21 times against the Chargers, winning 85 yards (4.0 yards per carrier) and scoring a touchdown. That performance may be enough to keep Ahmed on the line until Gaskin returns to the field. While the week 11 game against the Broncos may not look easy on paper, the Raiders only ran 200 yards and four touchdowns against the Broncos on Sunday. The dolphins then forced the Jets and Bengals to close the regular fantasy season, making Ahmed one of the best newcomers of the week.
RB Callen Ballage, Los Angeles Chargers – Ballage joined the Backfield Chargers in week 10 and although he wasn’t enthusiastic, he showed enough to keep leading the RB group until Austin Eckler came back. The coater threw the ball 18 times at 68 yards (3.8 meters) and caught five of the six goals at 34 yards. Creep seems to be in the 11. week, which means that Ballage will almost certainly have a tasty game again in Los Angeles. The chargers offer space for the westward jets in week 11, which makes Ballage a very strong option. With four teams to go, fantasy owners can do much worse than Ballage in BR.
Р. R. R. Michael Pittman, Indianapolis Colts – For the second straight, Pittman played the role of Top Receiver Colts. The CSO newcomer has enjoyed the 10. That day was his best game as a professional. He scored seven of the eight goals of 101 meters and added a 21-yard rush, all career achievements. In the last two weeks Pittman had 15 goals that were converted into 11 shots at 157 meters. Frank Reich recently stated that it is too early to say whether Parris Campbell will be able to return from the traumatized reserve this year. Even if Campbell can return in 2020, it doesn’t look like this will happen in the foreseeable future. It looks like Pittman will remain one of Philip Rivers’ best players, and although his match this week is tough against the Packers, the Colts will get the Titans and Texas in the next two weeks. Find Pittman before he blows up on a dummy card.
W.R. Prisoner Raygore, Philadelphia Eagles… It’s happened twice since Rayhor’s been back in action…
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Eagles. Despite the fact that the newcomer didn’t make a big splash, the newcomer quietly led the Eagles to the goals in both games. Rayhor saw seven targets against the Giants and made four clearances at 47 metres. In week 8, Rayhor was about to score three of six 16-yard targets and a touchdown. It’s hard to trust Carson Wentz right now, but Reagor really seems to be one of his favorite goals right now. If the Eagles are competing for the NFC Eastern crown, don’t be surprised if Doug Pederson finds a creative way to distribute the ball to his talented newcomers. Another great achievement of Reagor could make him one of the best on the exception list next week, so do it while you can.
W.R. Keelan Cole, Jacksonville Jaguar. This is probably the most risky name on the list this week, but if it pays off, it will probably pay off very quickly. Cole went out at week 10, caught five of seven goals for 47 yards and a touchdown and returned the 91-yard bet for a second touchdown. Jaguar has three straight races on the horizon and will play the Steelers, Browns and Vikings in the coming weeks. All three teams have awarded fantasy points to the opposing high-speed receivers. Jake Luton has brought stability to the quarterback’s position in Jacksonville, increasing the fantasy prospects for all Jaguar passport holders. Cole has proven his consistency by scoring touchdowns in four games this season. Again, it’s all about playing, but Cole can find something great for fantasy owners in this last part of the season.
TE Logan Thomas, Washington football team – Given the lack of depth that we have experienced year after year in a difficult final position, Thomas is an indispensable addition to anyone who needs help in that position. For the second week in a row Thomas saw six targets, which he changed this time to four 66 metres against the Lions. This happens after two consecutive games with a touchdown in 6 and 7 weeks. Washington welcomes the Bengalis in week 11. Cincinnati is at the top of the league with nice glasses to make ends meet this season. On Thanksgiving day with the Cowboys in week 12, Thomas has a solid TE1 for at least the next two games, making him the best addition for those looking for help in the most unpredictable position of fantasy.
TE Jordan Reed, San Francisco 49ers-Jordan Reed may have resumed play in Week 9, but the hard-running veteran made only 13 offensive clicks on the field when the Packers lost. But in week 10 the use of reed was much better. The 30-year-old shot five of the six goals from 62 meters and was only behind Brandon Ayuk in all three stats. The reed now looks completely healthy and with George Kittle possibly not used for the rest of the season, it will probably continue to be used offensively for the 49ers for the rest of the year. This week 49 players will say goodbye, but their last games are fantastic friendly until the end. If you have an empty seat on the couch, you can put Reed on the couch and put him on the couch so you can start week 12-16.