Gillette Stadium | Sunday, November 21 | 4:15 p.m. EST (CBS)
Pick: Patriots 28, Colts 27
300 pass yards, 2 pass TDManning has been responsible for 34 touchdowns in 15 career games against the Patriots, so expect a strong showing from him this week even without several of his top receivers.
2 rec, 20 rec yards, 45 rush yardsAddai hopes to return this week, but his status will not be known until closer to game time. Addai is worth a start if he plays, but looks for Donald Brown if Addai can't make it.
20 rush yards, 1 rush TDJames has scored three times in his last two games, so there is a decent chance he gets the goal-line carries again this week. Pay attention to the status of the Colts' other backs.
7 rec, 90 yards, 1 TDWayne recorded a season-low 34 yards last week, but he remains by far the Colts' most experienced receiving option and should remain in your lineup.
5 rec, 80 yards, 1 TDGarcon has been quiet the last couple weeks, but he should remain in your lineup as a starting receiver in a Peyton Manning-led offense.
3 rec, 50 yardsCollie did not play last week due to a concussion, but there is a chance he could return this week. Consider him questionable.
5 rec, 50 yardsTamme has really helped make up for the loss of Dallas Clark, and he has become a weekly fantasy starter in the process. Get him in your lineup for Week 11 assuming his back allows him to play.
3 PATs, 2 FGsVinatieri should have a couple opportunities to put up points this week against his former squad, so he is worth a start in most formats.
2 sacks, 1 FumbleThe Colts defense has proven to be a viable fantasy option this season, but go with a different defense this week with Indianapolis on the road against Tom Brady and the Patriots.
250 pass yards, 3 pass TDBrady has thrown 17 touchdown passes in eight games against the Colts, so expect his strong recent play to continue this week.
70 rush yards, 1 rush TDGreen-Ellis has been a bit hit or miss in recent weeks, but expect a good showing from him in Week 11 against a Colts defense that is giving up more than 133 rushing yards per game.
4 rec, 35 rec yards, 1 rec TDbeen a key factoWoodhead did not do much in Week 10, but he hadr in the Patriots offense up to that point. He is a viable flex option this week against the Colts.
9 rec, 90 yards, 1 TDWelker has not provided many big plays this season, but expect him to catch enough passes this week to be a fantasy factor in all leagues.
4 rec, 40 yards, 1 TDBranch was more involved in the offense last week, and he should continue to see increased targets. Give Branch a shot this week if you are looking for a receiver.
2 rec, 30 yardsTate remains more of a big-play threat than a consistent fantasy option, so he is not a great play this week against a Colts defense that is 10th in the league in pass defense.
2 rec, 20 yardsGronkowski broke out in a big way against Pittsburgh, so the Colts will certainly pay more attention to him this week. Do not expect a repeat performance.
3 rec, 30 yardsHernandez did not catch a pass last week, and the Colts have been pretty good at slowing down opposing tight ends. Go with a hotter option if available.
4 PATsGraham scored nine points in his first game as a Patriot and should be a viable fantasy option in all formats going forward. Feel free to use him this week.
1 sack, 1 FumbleNew England's defense has been only average fantasy-wise up until last week's stellar game at Pittsburgh, so go with a unit that will not be facing Peyton Manning this week.