Bengals vs. Chiefs: Fantasy football projections featuring Jamaal Charles, Andy Dalton, BenJarvus Green-Ellis

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We break down the pertinent fantasy projections for the Week 11 matchup between the Cincinnati Bengals and Kansas City Chiefs

The Kansas City Chiefs host the CIncinnati Bengals in a Week 11 matchup that features some intriguing fantasy characters containing plenty of question marks. Fantasy football is closing in on the playoffs, which means every week ends up that much more important. To help you prepare your fantasy football lineup for Week 11, we've got game-by-game player projections courtesy of numberFire.

Cincinnati Bengals

The Bengals highest consistent value remains A.J. Green, but this could be a great game for more of the passing attack, given the Chiefs defensive struggles. Andrew Hawkins is a late addition to the injury report due to a knee issue that appeared to flair up on Friday. He has upside, but you will want to wait and see if he is active before using him.

Kansas City Chiefs

The Chiefs are coming off a game in which they hung with the Steelers, and will look to build on that at home. Jamaal Charles remains the best and the worst option in KC due to play-calling. He will be the most talented player on the field, but for some reason the coaching staff seems to be missing something. He is a must-start because of the upside, but he remains a headache because of the coaching staff.

This game could prove to be a shootout at Arrowhead, which opens the door for a guy like Dwayne Bowe to produce. Bowe has been all over the board, although he has been a solid garbage time producer. Other than that however, the Chiefs passing game is one to avoid.

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