Fantasy Player Projections

 
New York Giants
Lincoln Financial Field | Sunday, November 21 | 8:20 p.m. EST (NBC)
Pick: Eagles 27, Giants 24
Philadelphia Eagles
Pos.PlayerProjection
QBEli Manning
260 pass yards, 2 pass TD, 2 INT
Manning has thrown multiple touchdown passes in his past five games, and he will have a chance to extend that streak this week against an Eagles defense that has given up 16 passing touchdowns.
RBAhmad Bradshaw
3 rec, 30 rec yards, 80 rush yards, 1 rush TD
Bradshaw has put up double-digit fantasy points in all but two games this season, so he deserves a start in all formats.
RBBrandon Jacobs
40 rush yards
Jacobs did not do much against the Eagles even when he was the starting running back, so keep him on the bench this week since he will continue playing a secondary role.
WRHakeem Nicks
5 rec, 105 yards, 1 TD
Nicks has four 100-yard efforts and five touchdowns over his last six games, so expect him to put up big fantasy numbers again in Week 11.
WRMario Manningham
4 rec, 70 yards, 1 TD
Manningham put up big numbers in a starting role last week, and he could remain in the lineup this week with Steve Smith still banged up. Manningham is worth a start in most formats if he starts again.
WRSteve Smith
1 rec, 15 yards
Smith sat out last week and could miss more time, so plan on going with another receiver this week.
TEKevin Boss
2 rec, 25 yards
Boss has scored in two straight games and faces an Eagles defense in Week 11 that has had trouble stopping opposing tight ends. Boss is worth a start this week if you need him.
KLawrence Tynes
3 PATs, 1 FG
Tynes has averaged 10 points in the last four games he has appeared in, so he is worth a start in most formats.
Defense
3 sacks, 1 INT
The Giants are leading the league in total defense, but they will face a scary Eagles' offense in Week 11. Do not expect a lot in terms of fantasy points.
Pos.PlayerProjection
QBMichael Vick
240 pass yards, 2 pass TD, 45 rush yards, 1 rush TD, 1 INT
The Giants defense is giving up the fewest yards in the league, but Vick is simply too big a threat to keep on the bench. Make sure he is in your lineup after last week's huge game.
RBLeSean McCoy
3 rec, 25 rec yards, 35 rush yards
The Giants are giving up only 83 rushing yards per game, but expect McCoy to see enough action in the passing game to remain a fantasy factor.
RBJerome Harrison
15 rush yards
Harrison ran for more than 100 yards last week, but do not expect him to come anywhere near that production this week against the Giants. Harrison is only an option in the deepest of leagues.
WRDeSean Jackson
3 rec, 95 yards, 1 TD
Jackson continues to put up huge numbers whenever Michael Vick starts, so expect him to see plenty of action again this week.
WRJeremy Maclin
3 rec, 60 yards, 1 TD
Maclin has been a bit up and down in recent weeks, but he still remains a potent enough threat in the passing game to warrant a start against a stiff Giants run defense.
WRJason Avant
3 rec, 45 yards
Avant had a good game last week, but do not expect him to do much this week against a Giants defense that is fourth in the league against the pass.
TEBrent Celek
1 rec, 10 yards
Celek has just four receptions and 16 yards over his past three games, so it is probably time to put him on the bench if you have not done so already.
KDavid Akers
3 PATs, 2 FGs
Akers has put up double-digit points in each of his last three games, so he is a strong start in all formats this week.
Defense
2 sacks, 2 INT
Philadelphia's deefense has 26 sacks and 21 forced turnovers this season, so they are worth a start even against a Giants team that is second in the league in total offense.
 
 
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