Step Your Game Up: FantasyFeud Week 11 Values & Top Plays
Welcome to Week 11.
You’ll be without the likes of Antonio Brown, Odell Beckham Jr., Drew Brees and yes, even Gary Barnidge this week as the Steelers, Giants, Saints and Browns are all on a bye. With the LeVeon Bell and Matt Forte injuries (among others), we have some unexpected opportunities to find value this week. I think you almost have to try and get some Raider-Lions, Bengals-Cardinals, and Bills-Patriots exposure this week, but let’s see if we can find some other good options to round out the rest of our rosters.
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Week 11 Plays
Step 1: Case Keenum ($105,500) at BAL
Case Keenum?!? Really, Nick? Well, this is the punt section and he's as cheap as they come with a matchup against a Ravens defense that is 30th in terms of aFPA to the quarterback position. Keenum isn't very good, nor has he had much NFL success, but he did have two starts with three touchdowns in 2013 (I know, I'm reaching) and should be able to have some success against a weak Ravens secondary. I wouldn't expect much from Keenum this week, but he's at least worth a look based on his matchup and price.