Marquise Brown is the WR7 in fantasy points per game, the New England Patriots look like playoff contenders, and the New York Jets quarterbacks have more top-five finishes than Russell Wilson — just like we all predicted.
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All jokes aside, it’s crazy how much has changed after 10 weeks. The constant change has made it critical to continually tweak fantasy football player rankings based on new information and trends. Understanding that Keenan Allen’s league-leading 31% target share over the past four weeks has directly correlated with Mike Williams’ massive drop-off in fantasy production cannot be overlooked when creating your lineup.
With plenty of PFF premium stats available to adjust rankings based on a player’s high-value opportunities, expected fantasy point output and route participation, it will be easy to highlight the best waiver-wire pickups, optimal starts/sits and under-the-radar trade targets/DFS plays.
Those key data points — along with PFF player grades, implied team totals, PFF fantasy projections and strength of schedule — are all factored in to my position-by-position Week 11 fantasy football rankings, which are accompanied by some actionable trade advice with trade deadlines quickly approaching in the majority of fantasy football leagues.
2021 WEEK 10 QB FANTASY FOOTBALL RANKINGS
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Tagovailoa did not start last Thursday night due to a lingering finger issue but was re-inserted into the lineup after a Jacoby Brissett injury. The second-year quarterback played well (12.2 yards per attempt), which has been the case all season when he's healthy.
With head coach Brian Flores giving Tagovailoa the go-ahead to start, he is a great streaming option versus the New York Jets.
The Jets have allowed the fourth-most fantasy points to quarterbacks in their last four games, and Tagovailoa has averaged 19.9 fantasy points in his four complete games.
Send out trade feelers for Tagovailoa in 2QB formats because he has the easiest schedule for quarterbacks over the next five weeks.
Don’t let the Chicago Bears’ bye week let you forget that Fields has finished as a top-10 fantasy quarterback in back-to-back starts. The rookie is finally hitting his stride due to an increase in rushing yards. He has totaled 148 yards on the ground over the last two weeks while averaging 57 rushing yards per game over his last four starts.
Smash the over on Fields’ 179.5 passing yards prop — a number he has exceeded in five of his last six starts.
Hurts consistently posts top-12 fantasy finishes at the quarterback position. In 12 starts where Hurts has played all four quarters, he has always finished as a top-12 quarterback. Yet, he is still undervalued by the market because it's not always pretty.
Try to trade for Hurts before your league's trade deadline because he has the easiest remaining schedule for quarterbacks.
Conversely, try to trade Rodgers away because he has the most difficult schedule remaining for quarterbacks.