Week 11 Fantasy Streamers


Chad Davis | November 12th, 2019 

Welcome to the week 11 Fantasy Streamers! We’ve got many big names on bye this week so here are some options you can use to replace at quarterback, tight end, defense/special teams, and kicker.

The rostered percentages I present in this are pulled from ESPN Fantasy.


QB – Derek Carr – 36.7% Rostered

Carr plays the lowly Bengals. That in itself is enough to warrant a start in all fantasy leagues. In addition to six total touchdowns the previous three weeks, he has not turned the ball over once.

QB – Sam Darnold – 11.6% Rostered

Granted Darnold is no stranger to turnovers, streaming options are all about the matchup. It’s a friendly one against the Redskins. He has three straight games with at least 200 passing yards and a touchdown. He shouldn’t be seeing ghosts in Washington.


QB – Kyle Allen – 10.1% Rostered

Cam Newton’s return is nowhere in sight and Allen will continue his role as the starter. He hit a career-high in passing yards last week at 307. The Panthers aren’t shy about letting him throw the ball, especially simple dump-offs. He’ll get one of the worst defenses in the league with the Falcons; ignore the Saints last week.

TE – Jack Doyle – 49.3 % Rostered

Doyle has caught a touchdown two weeks in a row and carves out his role as an easy dump-off option, no matter who is playing quarterback. Splitting work with Eric Ebron caps his ceiling, but he has seen at least four targets in the previous four games.

TE – Kyle Rudolph – 39.2% Rostered

Rudolph has found the end-zone in three of the last four weeks, including a two-touchdown game against Dallas. As long as Adam Thielen remains out, Rudolph should be Cousins’ top red zone target.

D/ST – Carolina Panthers – 48.2% Rostered

This unit has a great track record of sacks and is surprisingly ranked fourth at the D/ST position. The Falcons offense should not be feared as Matt Ryan tends to have poor decision making. They just have not been the same since the Super Bowl choke.


D/ST – Cleveland Browns – 38.4% Rostered

The Browns defense held their own against the Bills last week and have talented players but it just hasn’t translated to production. However, Mason Rudolph is not a good NFL quarterback and is prone to risky throws.

D/ST – Oakland Raiders – 1.2% Rostered

The Bengals provide many scoring opportunities to opposing defenses (not just in fantasy.) The Raiders defense is not good, but Ryan Finley is the quarterback and there’s no running game behind that atrocious offensive line.

K – Younghoe Koo – 1.2% Rostered

Koo nailed all four of his field goal attempts in his debut for the Falcons. Given the Falcons struggles to find the end-zone, I look for Koo to stay busy again this week.

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