Fantasy Football Week 11 Start 'Em Or Sit 'Em: Ryan Fitzpatrick Rebound?

Week 11 start and sit advice. The computer picks 10 guys you should start, and 10 guys you should sit.

Week 11 Bye Teams: Indianapolis, New Orleans, Pittsburgh, Houston
Thursday Night Game: New York Jets @ Denver Broncos

Get ready, because Week 11 of fantasy football starts tonight. The Jets and the Broncos square off on Thursday Night Football. No decision weighs heavier for a fantasy football owner than who to start and who to sit each week. So we went searching for advice, and got some from numberfire.com. Their computer projects how much a player should perform over or under their normal average, then picks out ten guys to start and 10 guys to sit. Let's see what's on the menu for Week 11.

These projections are live and may change before Sunday's action. Come back over the next few days until game time to see where your players stand.

Start

Quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick from the Bills has been struggling in recent weeks, but the computer sees good things for Ryan this week against the Dolphins. Lance Ball should see plenty of carries in tonight's game between the Broncos and Jets, he rates a start as a flex play or subbing for an injured starter, especially with Willis McGahee's status in doubt. The Cowboys Laurent Robinson is a start with Miles Austin still out, and hot newcomer Damian Williams in Tennessee looks good this week.

Sit

On the downside, Bengals rookie Andy Dalton takes on a tough Baltimore defense, downgrading his value in Week 11. Chris Johnson has been getting better in the past few weeks, but the computer doesn't like him for this week. Chris Ogbonnaya will probably get the carries in Cleveland again but that's not enough to get him recommended.

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