Fantasy football Player Projections -- Breaking down Week 11
Earlier this season, Peyton Manning set a record by throwing 20 touchdowns before his first interception of the season. That record is already in jeopardy.
Nick Foles has 16 scoring strikes and zero picks this season. We've already seen him throw seven touchdowns in one game this season, and he's going up against a Washington defense that has surrendered 19 passing scores. Only three teams have allowed more, and two of which, Dallas and Buffalo, have yet to have their bye.
Will Foles break Manning's record on Sunday? Who else might be in store for a big day? Find out with our Week 11 projections, and set your lineups accordingly.
Brees had a monster day against the Cowboys in Week 10, throwing for 392 yards and four scores. You know what to do here.
Wilson should be able to take advantage of a Minnesota defense that allows the second-most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks.
If he can throw four more touchdowns without an interception, Foles will match the record set by Peyton Manning earlier this season for most TDs to start a year without a pick. He could very well do it against Washington.
Charles will be counted on to have a big day against a Denver defense that has allowed the 10th-most fantasy points per game to running backs.
Washington allows the fifth-most fantasy points per game to running backs. Expect a monster day from McCoy.
Morris keeps on cranking out monster games. He ran for 139 yards on 26 carries last week and should be trusted as an RB1 every week.
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.
While the Titans have allowed the fewest fantasy points per game to receivers, Hilton is a WR1 who should be started every week.
Johnson finally had some success against the Bears, though it was largely against an injured Charles Tillman. You know the drill.
The 49ers have allowed the fourth-fewest fantasy points per game to tight ends. Yeah, I'm still starting Graham with confidence.
Reed caught six passes for 62 yards and a TD against the Vikings. While the Eagles have allowed the third-fewest fantasy points per game to tight ends, you no doubt feel comfortable with him as your starter.
Chandler had a typical game last week, catching three passes for 21 yards.
Hauschka had a huge day last week, kicking four field goals, including one from 53 yards. He's now 22-for-23 on the season.
Bullock missed another field goal last week and has now missed nine on the season. It's hard to believe he is still employed.
Akers missed his only field-goal attempt last week and is 12-for-16 on the season.
The Cardinals should be one of the top-performing defenses this week, as they head to Jacksonville to take on the lowly Jaguars.
The Seahawks clamped down on the Falcons last week, but didn't do much in terms of fantasy scoring. Start them with confidence this week.
The Texans forced three turnovers against the Cardinals last week and are a great play against the visiting Raiders.