Week 11: NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings
This week was all about wide receivers that have had horrible fantasy football and NFL season that finally got something done. Terrell Owens, Greg Jennings and Calvin Johnson all had huge games.
Hopefully, you had them in your lineups because if you didn’t, your are probably even more frustrated that they produced while on your bench.
Below I have some observations from the eleventh week of the regular season and how I see those points of interest playing out from a fantasy perspective.
2009 NFL Regular Season Week Eleven
- Dolphins vs Panthers
- Colts vs Ravens
- Cowboys vs Redskins
- Lions vs Browns
- 49ers vs Packers
- Jaguars vs Bills
- Vikings vs Seahawks
- Giants vs Falcons
- Chiefs vs Steelers
- Chargers vs Broncos
- Raiders vs Bengals
- Eagles vs Bears
- Titans vs Texans
Regular Season First Ten Weeks
Fantasy Football Regular Season Week Eleven Notes:
Ricky Williams a Top Ten Fantasy Football Running Back
Now that Brown is out of the way, Williams can turn up his fantasy production into high gear for the rest of the season. Tonight on short rest (Thursday game) Williams ran the football 22 times for 119 yards and two rushing scores.
Running wasn’t the only part of Williams game as he had two receptions for 19 yards and a touchdown in the passing game.
Not only did Williams put the numbers up, but he took snaps out of the quarterback position for the wildcat offense.
Look for Williams to continue his surge of fantasy football production next week against the Buffalo Bills horrible run defense.
Browns Down and Out….Really?
If you just went by this week alone and looked at the stats from the Cleveland Browns you wouldn’t know they are one of the worst offenses in football.
In this contest, the Browns young quarterback Quinn threw for over 300 yards passing and four touchdowns. He would have led his team to victory if it wasn’t for Stafford throwing a touchdown pass with no time left on the clock.
Rookie wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi benefited from Quinn’s strong game for 115 yards and a long bomb touchdown.
This was a very nice game for the Browns, but I wouldn’t expect them to have many strong games the rest of the season.
Stafford Leads Lions to Victory on Injured Shoulder
Everyone associated with the Detroit Lions should feel good about the performance of young rookie quarterback Matthew Stafford. Today Stafford threw the football for 422 yards passing and five touchdown passes.
Not only did Stafford have a strong game but his final touchdown was thrown on a very bad shoulder. The play before the game winning touchdown Stafford was driven into the ground by a Browns’ defender and injured his throwing shoulder.
This was an effort that showed everyone in the Lions’ organization that Stafford is committed to winning football games.
NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings writer Sean E. Douglas: fantasy-info.com