The King’s Week 11 In-Season Fantasy Football Rankings: Waiver and Trade Guide
The King looks ahead to the upcoming week and beyond with his latest in-depth insights and In-Season Fantasy Football rankings, powered by FantasyPros.com. He spends considerable time reviewing game film for his analysis and the rankings serve as an essential guide to roster moves, most notably trades and waiver pickups. This new, improved version of the Advance Scout now includes both key Angles from Engel and full In-Season Fantasy Football rankings that feature notable player comments at all the skill positions. The Advance Scout is now your all-in-one handbook for Fantasy planning and adjustments. You will find the ranks by scrolling down the page after the Engel’s Angles section.
-Tre Mason is on the verge of a breakout and you should make a move to acquire him if you need some RB help. He has good vision and balance and runs well in short space. He also catches passes out of the backfield with good concentration, too. It’s just a matter of time before he also shows off his big play potential. Mason worked hard for his yardage against a stout Arizona front last week and better numbers are ahead.
-Even after Bryce Brown fumbled away a possible TD last week, the Bills continued to utilize him. They love his apparent upside and can use him in a variety of ways. They even employed him as a downfield receiver on the outside. Brown can really make things happen and threaten defenses, you’ll want him for the upside going forward. He’s potentially a Percy Harvin in a true RB package.
-Ben Roethlisberger really did not come to play against the Jets. He really looked like he did not respect the opponent, and was lackadaisical in his approach, making very questionable decisions and flinging the ball without much regard. That was not the real Roethlisberger you saw; he appeared to be too cocky and the bad outing may serve as the old clichéd wake up call for the passing game that they cannot dominate every week. Look for a more focused Roethlisberger to bounce back for three TD passes against Tennessee this week.
-Montee Ball had better be at the top of his game this week or he is going to get usurped quickly again, and maybe for good. C.J. Anderson looked explosive and versatile in Week 10, and is the kind of guy who pounces on an opportunity. He has more apparent upside than what Ball has shown so far. Anderson is a nifty RB add with a lot of promise if Ball fails again in the short term.
-Rueben Randle needs to get his head in the game, now, or risk losing his status as a primary read for Eli Manning. Preston Parker’s Week 10 outing showed he can make plays when Manning needs him. Keep a watch on this situation, because Randle has to know he must step it up, and he might deliver. If he does not, Parker could continue to be relevant in the New York passing game and worth some PPR consideration.
-If you are searching far and wide for receiving help, don’t chuckle at the name Chris Hogan. Kyle Orton is looking for him frequently when he needs important completions. Hogan has some possible WR4 appeal going forward in PPR leagues.
-Latavius Murray update: The Raiders have still not won a game and their running game is historically awful. As the pressure mounts to win their first game and to look to the future, Murray has to get his crack to contribute more very soon. I say we see a sighting no later than Week 12, and you can stay ahead of the buzz by stashing him now.
-Michael Vick is a good add if you lost Carson Palmer. At this point in his career, he is more savvy and may not take as many risks with the football or his body. His Fantasy numbers will often be adequate when bolstered by his rushing production.
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