Fantasy football start/sit advice, Week 11: Coby Fleener

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Should you think about starting Coby Fleener as a streaming tight end? We break down the fantasy implications.

The Indianapolis Colts had one of the worst losses in the past two years in Sunday's 38-8 defeat to the Rams. They'll look to shake it off on offense against the Tennessee TItans on Thursday.

Tight end Coby Fleener didn't have a big game based on actual production with four catches for 33 yards. However, he was targeted a team-high 10 times with several coming in the red zone. Andrew Luck was just really off in that game and he was missing receivers left and right, completing only 29-of-47 passes in the loss.

Fleener has been targeted at least five times in each of his last four games, but he hasn't totaled more than 64 yards in any of those and had just one score.

Fantasy impact: The loss of Reggie Wayne really creates a lot of opportunity all around, especially for Fleener. T.Y. Hilton and Darrius Heyward-Bey are not very effective in the red zone, so Fleener could be a go-to guy to put up points. It's never easy to start a guy who's not putting up production, but the high volume of targets from last week makes him attractive. If you find yourself in a tough spot, there aren't many tight ends that have bigger upside, excluding the obvious names.

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