Manopause Fantasy Football Tips For Week 11: Your Bench
I’m going to do things a little differently this week and give you a version of my Deep Sleepers and Biggest Busts for Week 11. At this point in the season you know who you’re preferred starting lineup is, injuries and COVID-19 protocols not with standing.
You should also have a good idea of who’s really valuable on your bench and who is just filling in a spot for you. Every bench position has value and like I always say in photography ‘If you haven’t used a lens in your bag in over a year, get rid of it’. In other words, if you have not played a player in several weeks you should probably move on from him at this point.
The way you win and lose games at this point In the season is by picking those sleeper players that will overproduce just when you need them to and by benching the under producing big bust players right before they fall off a cliff.
Last weeks ride or die article was a preview to the list I’m going to start to give you from this point forward. Standings are starting to get tight and head to head match-ups are more important than ever. You have to take a flyer here and there in order to get an edge. Division games will dictate playoffs for some and an early off-season for others, so be bold and take some risks when you have to beat a team that might be in the way of your path to the playoffs.
TOP Sleeper Players for Manopause Fantasy Football Week 11
Ryan Tannehill of the Tennessee Titans, Mac Jones of the New England Patriots, Cam Newton of the Carolina Panthers, and Jalen Hurts of the Philadelphia Eagles.
Myles Gaskin of the Miami Dolphins, Kenyan Drake of the Las Vegas Raiders.
Elijah Moore of the New York Jets, and Jaylen Waddle of the Miami Dolphins.
Jeff Swaim of the Houston Texas, Adam Trautman of the New Orleans Saints and Pat Freiermuth of the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Cleveland Browns and the Baltimore Ravens.
Bust of the Week For Manopause Fantasy Football Week 11
Baker Mayfield of the Cleveland Browns and Ben Roethlisberger of the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Clyde Edwards Helaire of the Kansas City Chiefs and Miles Sanders of the Philadelphia Eagles.
Brian Edwards of the Las Vegas Raiders and Brandon Ayuk of the San Francisco 49ers.
Dallas Goedert of the Philadelphia Eagles
The Kansas City Chiefs.
Brian Johnson of the New Orleans Saints