WR Nate Washington (WSH) - With the amount of attention that teammate Randy Moss draws from opposing defenses it's hard to imagine Nate seeing double coverage the rest of the way. In Moss' first game with his new team Washington was targeted 9 times, hauling in his fifth TD of the season. With the Redskins putrid pass defense coming to town this week similar target numbers as last week could give way to big yardage totals. Expect Washington to get the better of Washington in this one. Make sense? Nate hasn't recorded more than four receptions in any game this year, and at some point the Titans expect second year breakout Kenny Britt to return to the lineup, but in the next five weeks the team will face the 31st, 30th, 32nd, 15th, and 30th defenses against wide receivers. Nate could be in line for some big performances. He's worth rostering in all leagues.
TE Jermaine Gresham (BUF) - The rookie led the team in receptions last week, converting on 9 of his 10 targets with his third TD of the year. As he continues to grow more comfortably in the offense, he should find plenty of room underneath as defenses focus on the resurgent TO and still pertinent Ochocinco. Gresham did have a costly fumble late in the game, but look for him to rebound against the 32nd ranked Buffalo defense in week 11. In fact, Gresham has two great matchups in weeks 15 and 16, making him the kind of late season pickup that brings home fantasy hardware. He's a potential TE1 the rest of the way.
**Deep Leauge Week 11 Play
WR David Nelson (@CIN) - Cincy boasts one of the NFL's best CB tandems in Jonathan Joseph and Leon Hall, who will be assigned to blanket Buffalo playmakers Lee Evans and Steve Johnson. The Bills frequently fall behind in games and as a result often operate in 3 and 4 receiver threats. Nelson has gained the trust of QB Ryan Fitzpatrick and with Roscoe Parrish now gone for the year, there will be greater opportunities for looks. It's also worth noting that the last time the Bills faced a team with two outstanding corners (the Jets' Darrelle Revis and Antonio Cromartie) Nelson recorded 75 yards on four receptions.