The Washington Redskins host the Philadelphia Eagles in a huge NFC East matchup that is looking very much like an elimination game for one of these teams in Week 11. The absence of Michael Vick raises plenty of question marks, but it could still prove to be an offensive shootout benefiting quite a few fantasy owners. 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.
The big question mark is of course what to make of the Eagles QB situation. With Michael Vick out, Nick Foles gets to make his first career start. It comes against a bad Redskins defense, so guys like Jeremy Maclin, DeSean Jackson and Brent Celek all have solid upside. But there are still enough question marks that it is hard to know what Foles will do. Dynasty and keeper league owners will want to pay close attention.
The Redskins options remain fairly similar week in and week out, with Robert Griffin III and Alfred Morris standing head and shoulders above the rest of their fantasy options. Santana Moss has emerged as a bit of a security blanket for RGIII, providing some solid flex and bye week fill-in potential.