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Fantasy Player Projections: Week 11

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Houston Texans
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Oakland Raiders
Reliant Stadium | Sunday, Nov. 17 | 1 PM EST (CBS)

Oakland Raiders

    1. Terrelle Pryor
    2. Terrelle
      Pryor
      QB
    3. PASS YDS179
    4. PASS TD0
    5. INT2
    6. RUSH YDS54
    7. RUSH TD0

    Pryor's status for Sunday's game remains iffy. Combine that with the matchup, and he should not be on your radar this week.

    1. Rashad Jennings
    2. Rashad
      Jennings
      RB
    3. RUSH YDS65
    4. RUSH TD1
    5. REC YDS6
    6. REC TD0

    Jennings will start in place of Darren McFadden again, but isn't a great play against the Texans. Consider him a flex option.

    1. Marcel Reece
    2. Marcel
      Reece
      RB
    3. RUSH YDS0
    4. RUSH TD0
    5. REC YDS27
    6. REC TD0

    Reece came through for fantasy owners when Darren McFadden was injured last year, but he no longer holds onto that role.

    1. Denarius Moore
    2. Denarius
      Moore
      WR
    3. REC YDS80
    4. REC TD0

    Moore had just three receptions last week, but he did get nine targets. The Texans allow the fifth-fewest points per game to wide receivers.

    1. Rod Streater
    2. Rod
      Streater
      WR
    3. REC YDS49
    4. REC TD0

    Streater caught one pass for six yards last week and cannot be trusted against a defense like Houston's.

    1. Sebastian Janikowski
    2. Sebastian
      Janikowski
      K
    3. PAT1
    4. FG2

    Janikowski made both of his field goal attempts last week. He remains on the outside of the fantasy picture.

    1. Oakland Raiders
    2. PTS ALLOWED30
    3. SACKS1
    4. INT0
    5. TD0

    The Raiders defense bounced back after getting torched by Nick Foles, forcing three turnovers and sacking Eli Manning three times. This is not a great matchup for them, though.

Houston Texans

    1. Case Keenum
    2. Case
      Keenum
      QB
    3. PASS YDS293
    4. PASS TD2
    5. INT0
    6. RUSH YDS0
    7. RUSH TD0

    Keenum played quite well in a tough matchup last week, throwing for 201 yards, three touchdowns and zero intercetpions against the Cardinals. The Raiders allow the 10th most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks, making Keenum a fringe QB1 this week.

    1. Ben Tate
    2. Ben
      Tate
      RB
    3. RUSH YDS84
    4. RUSH TD1
    5. REC YDS31
    6. REC TD0

    Tate got just 56 yards on 15 carries last week, but the important thing is that his ribs held up. He should be universally started this week.

    1. Andre Johnson
    2. Andre
      Johnson
      WR
    3. REC YDS115
    4. REC TD2

    Johnson had just five catches for 37 yards last week, though he managed to score twice. He's one of the best options at the position against a Raiders defense that allows the fifth-most fantasy points per game to receivers.

    1. DeAndre Hopkins
    2. DeAndre
      Hopkins
      WR
    3. REC YDS85
    4. REC TD0

    The Raiders have allowed the fifth-most fantasy points per game to recievers, making Hopkins a sneaky play this week.

    1. Garrett Graham
    2. Garrett
      Graham
      TE
    3. REC YDS46
    4. REC TD0

    Graham continues to disappoint in place of Owen Daniels. His inability to step in for the talented tight end has something to do with Houston's underachieving season.

    1. Randy Bullock
    2. Randy
      Bullock
      K
    3. PAT3
    4. FG3

    Bullock missed another field goal last week and has now missed nine on the season. It's hard to believe he is still employed.

    1. Houston Texans
    2. PTS ALLOWED13
    3. SACKS5
    4. INT2
    5. TD0

    The Texans forced three turnovers against the Cardinals last week and are a great play against the visiting Raiders.

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