Week 11 Fantasy Football Rankings: Rhamondre Stevenson Ascending

Nov 15, 2022
Week 11 Fantasy Football Rankings

It’s going to be a tough Week 11 and moving forward for me, dear reader, as Cooper Kupp heads to the IR. However, we’ll need to be vigilant moving forward and there is no better way to do that than John Daigle’s Waiver Wire Watch for this week. With Miami, Seattle, Tampa Bay, and Jacksonville on bye this week it will be one of the more difficult weeks for byes. The push for the fantasy playoffs is on so if you haven’t already locked up a spot, there’s no better time than now. All rankings and projections are courtesy of 4for4’s half-point PPR Rankings.

Week 11 QB Rankings
# Player Team Opp M/U FF Pts
1 Josh Allen BUF CLE 16 24.5
2 Lamar Jackson BAL CAR 18 24.4
3 Patrick Mahomes KC @LAC 11 21.3
4 Justin Fields CHI @ATL 29 19.7
5 Jalen Hurts PHI @IND 21 19.5
6 Joe Burrow CIN @PIT 22 17.6
7 Dak Prescott DAL @MIN 12 17
8 Justin Herbert LAC KC 28 16.7
9 Kirk Cousins MIN DAL 4 16.5
10 Daniel Jones NYG DET 31 16.5

What Stands Out: Lamar Jackson is in the Josh Allen tier this week.

Analysis: Josh Allen remains atop the rankings this week and gets a favorable matchup against Cleveland. Lamar Jackson returns off a bye and should hopefully have Mark Andrews returning this week as well. It's a shame he won’t have Rashod Bateman for the rest of the season, but Andrews is a massive addition back to the Ravens offense. Justin Fields is on fire and shows no signs of slowing down against a mediocre Falcons defense. Patrick Mahomes and Justin Herbert have a top-10 showdown this week and while Mahomes might lose one of his top options in JuJu Smith-Schuster, hopefully, Justin Herbert finally gets one of Mike Williams or Keenan Allen back. Jalen Hurts will look to “rebound” after a pedestrian Monday Night Football game where the Eagles only had the football for barely 20 minutes and weren’t able to get a whole lot going as turnovers crushed potential scoring drives.

Dak Prescott and Kirk Cousins also have a top-10 matchup this week and both quarterbacks have been feeding their WR1s lately. CeeDee Lamb and Justin Jefferson are coming off monster weeks and both should continue to get fed. Wrapping up the top 10 is Daniel Jones in a matchup against Detroit. We saw what Justin Fields did on the ground last week against the Lions, while Danny Dimes isn’t the athlete that Fields is, he can do some damage on the ground. Outside of the top 10, this is a pretty ugly week. Bad quarterbacks in bad matchups, so if you have to look outside of the top 10 Marcus Mariota is probably going to be the best bet.

*Full QB Rankings here

Week 11 RB Rankings
# Player Team Opp M/U FF Pts
1 Saquon Barkley NYG DET 25 22.2
2 Austin Ekeler LAC KC 21 19.6
3 Derrick Henry TEN @GB 17 19.1
4 Rhamondre Stevenson NE NYJ 13 18.1
5 Christian McCaffrey SF @ARI 27 17.1
6 Joe Mixon CIN @PIT 11 17
7 Jonathan Taylor IND PHI 20 16.8
8 Josh Jacobs LV @DEN 4 16.6
9 Alvin Kamara NO LAR 15 16
10 Nick Chubb CLE @BUF 19 15.4

What Stands Out: Rhamondre Stevenson is ahead of Christian McCaffrey and Jonathan Taylor this week.

Analysis: Saquon Barkley had a great matchup last week against Houston and delivered, and now he gets another great matchup against Detroit and his projection reflects that. He’s head and shoulders above everyone else’s projection this week. And rightfully so! Austin Ekeler and Derrick Henry continue to project extremely well and with favorable matchups this week, it’s easy to see how they are rounding out the top three. Rhamondre Stevenson has had great usage with Damien Harris injured and assuming he’s out again Stevenson gets a great matchup here against the Jets. Christian McCaffrey’s projection no doubt took a hit after Kyle Shanahan reiterated he’d like to see a 50-50 split between McCaffrey and Elijah Mitchell. We’ll see if that holds.

Joe Mixon and Josh Jacobs both have difficult matchups this week and we wouldn’t be surprised to see both slightly underperform their projection. Jonathan Taylor is back in the fantasy RB1 discussion after a few slow weeks. Ranking in the back side of the top 10, but a matchup against an Eagles team that has struggled to stop the run without Jordan Davis. Alvin Kamara has struggled even with check-down machine Andy Dalton under center. If they happen to go back to Jameis Winston can we expect an uptick in fantasy production? Outside of the top 10, if Zeke misses again Tony Pollard is a smash again. He’s been incredible in a starting role and a matchup against the Vikings isn’t daunting.

*Full RB rankings here

Week 11 WR Rankings
# Player Team Opp M/U FF Pts
1 Justin Jefferson MIN DAL 14 17.9
2 Stefon Diggs BUF CLE 22 17.2
3 CeeDee Lamb DAL @MIN 26 17
4 DeAndre Hopkins ARI SF 19 15.7
5 Terry McLaurin WAS @HOU 10 15.2
6 Davante Adams LV @DEN 1 15
7 Amon-Ra St. Brown DET @NYG 18 13.6
8 Tee Higgins CIN @PIT 30 13.1
9 A.J. Brown PHI @IND 2 12.9
10 Allen Lazard GB TEN 31 12

What Stands Out: Terry McLaurin continues to thrive with Taylor Heinicke under center.

Analysis: Justin Jefferson, Stefon Diggs, and CeeDee Lamb are in a tier of their own this week with Cooper Kupp headed to IR. DeAndre Hopkins already had to shoulder a lot of the receiving load with Marquise Brown out and now Zach Ertz is out? Not even a matchup against the 49ers would concern me. They are going to have to feed him and Rondale Moore if they have any chance of winning. Terry McLaurin has been thriving with Taylor Heinicke under center even if Heinicke himself isn’t putting together usable fantasy weeks.

Davante Adams has a tough matchup and a team crumbling around him, but he’s still one of the top fantasy assets at receiver. Amon-Ra St. Brown has been seeing 10 targets a game since the Hockenson trade and a matchup against the Giants isn’t daunting. Tee Higgins returns from a bye and gets a Steelers secondary that could be in shambles again this week and a passing offense that can actually take advantage of that. Allen Lazard is in the top 10 this week which is both strange and exciting (for me as a person with a lot of Allen Lazard in best ball). Outside of the top 10, if Mike Williams and Keenan Allen don’t return I’d be hard-pressed to think one of Josh Palmer or DeAndre Carter wouldn’t outperform their projection.

*Full WR rankings here

Week 11 TE Rankings
# Player Team Opp M/U FF Pts
1 Travis Kelce KC @LAC 5 14.7
2 Mark Andrews BAL CAR 14 13.3
3 George Kittle SF @ARI 30 9.8
4 T.J. Hockenson MIN DAL 9 9.6
5 Cole Kmet CHI @ATL 23 9.6
6 Dalton Schultz DAL @MIN 24 9.3
7 Greg Dulcich DEN LV 21 9
8 Pat Freiermuth PIT CIN 6 8.7
9 Kyle Pitts ATL CHI 10 7.8
10 Tyler Higbee LAR @NO 1 7.8

What Stands Out: George Kittle against the Cardinals!

Analysis: Travis Kelce and Mark Andrews are atop the rankings, the same as it ever was. Kittle gets one of the best matchups possible against the Cardinals, but can Jimmy Garoppolo feed him? Hopefully so! T.J. Hockenson and Cole Kmet have been coming on strong the last few weeks and both seem to be the second option in the passing game in their respective offenses. Dalton Schultz and Greg Dulcich are solid matchup plays this week. Dulcich could be in line for more work if Jerry Jeudy isn’t just day-to-day. Pat Friermuth is a guy in the back half of the top 10 that could overperform this week. Outside of the top 10, Foster Moreau is in line for a lot of work with Hunter Renfrow and Darren Waller out.

*Full TE Rankings here

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