2019 Fantasy Football: Week 11 PPR Rankings

Frank Ammirante | November 14th, 2019

It’s almost time for the fantasy playoffs! Hopefully, you are well-positioned for a championship run. If not, let’s help you squeak out a final playoff berth or play spoiler against other contenders! This week features a heavyweight title fight between two of the best quarterbacks in fantasy football: Lamar Jackson and Deshaun Watson. Let’s rank ’em!

1Lamar Jacksonvs. Texans
2Patrick Mahomesat Chargers
3Deshaun Watsonat Ravens
4Dak Prescottat Lions
5Drew Breesat Buccaneers
6Tom Bradyat Eagles
7Jameis Winstonvs. Saints
8Josh Allenat Dolphins
9Philip Riversvs. Chiefs
10Matt Ryanat Panthers
11Kirk Cousinsvs. Broncos
12Jimmy Garoppolovs. Cardinals
13Derek Carrvs. Bengals
14Kyler Murrayat 49ers
15Jared Goffvs. Bears
16Kyle Allenvs. Falcons
17Sam Darnoldat Redskins
18Nick Folesat Colts
19Jacoby Brissettvs. Jaguars
20Carson Wentzvs. Panthers
21Mason Rudolphat Browns
22Baker Mayfieldvs. Steelers
23Mitchell Trubiskyat Rams
24Jeff Driskelvs. Cowboys

Jackson is on pace to break the record for most fantasy points by a quarterback in a single season, set by Mahomes a year ago. He remains as QB1 in a likely shootout with the Texans. The dark horse for QB1 is Allen, who should have no trouble making plays against a weak Dolphins’ defense.

Running Backs
1Christian McCaffreyvs. Falcons
2Dalvin Cookvs. Broncos
3Ezekiel Elliottat Lions
4Josh Jacobsvs. Bengals
5Melvin Gordonvs. Chiefs
6Leonard Fournetteat Colts
7Alvin Kamaraat Buccaneers
8Tevin Colemanvs. Cardinals
9James Connerat Browns
10Nick Chubbvs. Steelers
11Damien Williamsat Chargers
12Le’Veon Bellat Redskins
13Mark Ingramvs. Texans
14Marlon Mackvs. Jaguars
15Todd Gurleyvs. Bears
16Austin Ekelervs. Chiefs
17Devin Singletaryat Dolphins
18Brian Hillat Panthers
19Phillip Lindsayat Vikings
20James Whiteat Eagles
21Joe Mixonat Raiders
22Jordan Howardvs. Patriots
23Sony Michelat Eagles
24David Montgomeryat Rams
25Ronald Jonesvs. Saints
26Kenyan Drakeat 49ers
27Kareem Huntvs. Steelers
28Matt Breidavs. Cardinals
29Latavius Murrayat Buccaneers
30Carlos Hydeat Ravens
31Frank Goreat Dolphins
32Kalen Ballagevs. Bills
33Tarik Cohenat Rams
34Duke Johnsonat Ravens
35Alexander Mattisonvs. Broncos
36David Johnsonat 49ers

McCaffrey is in a blow-up spot in a shootout game against a porous Falcons’ defense. He combines a high floor with unmatched upside on a weekly basis. The dark horse for RB1 is Kamara, who has been out of the spotlight for a few weeks due to injury, but he figures to be used in the passing game often against a pass-funnel Buccaneers’ defense. I can definitely see a bounce-back game for Kamara here.

Wide Receivers
1Michael Thomasat Buccaneers
2Tyreek Hillat Chargers
3Amari Cooperat Lions
4DeAndre Hopkinsat Ravens
5Julio Jonesat Panthers
6Cooper Kuppvs. Bears
7Chris Godwinvs. Saints
8Stefon Diggsvs. Broncos
9Julian Edelmanat Eagles
10Mike Evansvs. Saints
11Keenan Allenvs. Chiefs
12D.J. Moorevs. Falcons
13Courtland Suttonat Vikings
14Odell Beckham Jr.vs. Steelers
15JuJu Smith-Schusterat Browns
16Michael Gallupat Lions
17Emmanuel Sandersvs. Cardinals
18DJ Charkat Colts
19Allen Robinsonat Rams
20Robert Woodsvs. Bears
21John Brownat Dolphins
22Kenny Golladayvs. Cowboys
23Curtis Samuelvs. Falcons
24Mike Williamsvs. Chiefs
25Tyrell Williamsvs. Bengals
26Jamison Crowderat Redskins
27Mohamed Sanuat Eagles
28Dede Westbrookat Colts
29Christian Kirkat 49ers
30Terry McLaurinvs. Jets
31Marvin Jonesvs. Cowboys
32Tyler Boydat Raiders
33Deebo Samuelvs. Cardinals
34Alshon Jefferyvs. Patriots
35Sammy Watkinsat Chargers
36Zach Pascalvs. Jaguars
37Hunter Renfrowvs. Bengals
38Calvin Ridleyat Panthers
39Jarvis Landryvs. Steelers
40Larry Fitzgeraldat 49ers
41Danny Amendolavs. Cowboys
42Will Fullerat Ravens
43Auden Tateat Raiders
44Robby Andersonat Redskins
45Cole Beasleyat Dolphins
46Randall Cobbat Lions
47Mecole Hardmanat Chargers
48DeVante Parkervs. Bills

Thomas continues to be one of the most consistent receivers in recent memory. He’s in another smash spot on the road against the Buccaneers this week, keeping him at WR1. The dark horse for WR1 is Sutton, who faces a Vikings’ secondary that has gotten burned by Hill and Cooper in the last two weeks. Sutton has quietly had a breakout season and should get loose deep in this one.

Tight Ends
1Travis Kelceat Chargers
2Hunter Henryvs. Chiefs
3Darren Wallervs. Bengals
4Mark Andrewsvs. Texans
5Zach Ertzvs. Patriots
6Jared Cookat Buccaneers
7O.J. Howardvs. Saints
8T.J. Hockensonvs. Cowboys
9Noah Fantat Vikings
10Greg Olsenvs. Falcons
11Eric Ebronvs. Jaguars
12Jack Doylevs. Jaguars
13Mike Gesickivs. Bills
14Jason Wittenat Lions
15Gerald Everettvs. Bears
16Tyler Eifertat Raiders
17Kyle Rudolphvs. Broncos
18Vance McDonaldat Browns
19Dawson Knoxat Dolphins
20Foster Moreauvs. Bengals
21Ricky Seals-Jonesvs. Steelers
22Irv Smithvs. Broncos
23Ryan Griffinat Redskins
24Darren Fellsat Ravens

Kelce is an auto-pick for TE1 as long as Mahomes is under center. The dark horse for TE1 is Fant, who showed chemistry with quarterback Brandon Allen before the bye. Fant is elite athleticism for a tight end and could come through with another big game this week.

1New England Patriotsat Eagles
2San Francisco 49ersvs. Cardinals
3Pittsburgh Steelersat Browns
4Buffalo Billsat Dolphins
5Los Angeles Ramsvs. Bears
6Chicago Bearsat Rams
7Carolina Panthersvs. Falcons
8Dallas Cowboysat Lions
9Cleveland Brownsvs. Steelers
10Minnesota Vikingsvs. Broncos
11Oakland Raidersvs. Bengals
12New York Jetsat Redskins

The Patriots’ historic defense remains as D/ST1 even though Philly is a tougher matchup. The dark horse for D/ST1 is the Browns, who could come alive in a Thursday Night field goal special against Mason Rudolph and the Steelers.

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