Brady is coming off his best game of the season, but the Panthers allow the fewest fantasy points per game to quarterbacks.
The Panthers allow the sixth-fewest fantasy points per game to running backs, making this a tough matchup for Ridley.
With Shane Vereen's return looming, Bolden's role could be all but gone in the coming weeks, but when has Bill Belichick been predictable.
Blount is no longer a fantasy option with Stevan Ridley firmly in place as the No. 1 and the bye weeks all but passed.
Dobson has a tough matchup with a Carolina defense that allows the second-fewest fantasy points per game to receivers.
The Panthers allow the second-fewest fantasy points per game to receivers, so Amendola will be hard- pressed to deliver for his fantasy owners.
Thompkins is no better than the fourth option in the New England passing game. You can't trust a guy like that in most matchups, least of all one against a defense like Carolina's.
Now that Tom Brady has his full complement of receivers, Edelman no longer has a reliable role in the offense.
Look for the Patriots to turn to Gronk early and often in this game. If they can get the Panthers linebackers tied up in coverage, it could open up a lot of other facets of their offense.
Gostkowski should be trusted every week, and could be in for a big day against a defense like Carolina's.
The Patriots have struggled against the run since losing Vince Wilfork, making this a tough matchup for them.
Newton struggled against the 49ers, but the Patriots don't present the same kind of challenge. Owners should start him as a QB1 this week.
Stewart again outperformed DeAngelo Williams. While both have a role in the offense, Stewart should start to see a few more touches per game.
Williams ran for fewer yards on more carries than Jonathan Stewart, though he got the touchdown last week. He's a low-end RB3 for Week 11.
Tolbert is an excellent player for the Panthers, but with Jonathan Stewart and DeAngelo Williams healthy, he just doesn't see enough touches to be relevant in fantasy leagues.
It hasn't been a great statistical year for Smith, but you can feel confident in him as a WR3 against the Patriots.
LaFell caught four of his eight targets last week and should not be on your radar against a New England defense that that is solid against the pass.
Ginn had two catches for 19 yards last week and cannot be considered in fantasy leagues.
Olsen had just one catch for 14 yards last week. Such is life as a non-elite tight end. If he's your starter, you should feel fine playing him this week.
Gano missed his first field goal of the season last week, but he redeemed himself with the game-winner from 53 yards out.
The Panthers' defense absolutely dominated the 49ers last week. I could see that going in another direction for Week 11, but I wouldn't force it just because of the matchup.
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