Saturday, November 17, 2012

Week 11 Game by Game Sit-Start Breakdown

Arizona vs Atlanta

Matt Ryan - Arizona has allowed seven passing touchdowns and 46 fantasy points in the past two games.. Horrible Offense puts ATL right back on field
Larry Fitzgerald - The Falcons have allowed a wide receiver touchdown in five of the past six games,
Roddy White -
Tony Gonzalez - fantasy football's top tight end so far in 2012
Andre Roberts

Michael Turner - 13-carries-for-15-yards against the worst run D in NFL history last week.
Jacquizz Rodgers - Atlanta just keeps giving the love to Turner
Rob Housler
John Skelton - Last two weeks 6.1 yards per attempt and one TD. TheCardinals still have no semblance of a rushing attack
William Powell
Michael Floyd

Browns vs Cowboys
Tony Romo - The Browns have allowed the third-most fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks on the road
Miles Austin - Browns defense has given up the second-most fantasy points to wide receivers
Dez Bryant - has actually had 3 100 yard games this year and many more close to 100 yard games
Trent Richardson
Jason Witten

Felix Jones - This unit has given up an average of over 20 fantasy points per game to opposing runners on the road,
Brandon Weeden
Josh Gordon - Cowboys, have surrendered the sixth-fewest fantasy points to opposing wide receivers at home
Greg Little
Ben Watson

Green Bay vs Detroit
Aaron Rodgers
Matthew Stafford - #1 Passing offense and they're in the Dome
Calvin Johnson
Brandon Pettigrew - Packers defense that has allowed just one opposing tight end to score a touchdown over the past seven games.
Randall Cobb
James Jones
Jordy Nelson

Mikel Leshoure - 59 percent of his fantasy point total has come in just two games.. the Lions throw the football more than any other NFL team
Titus Young - when Young is not scoring touchdowns this season, his fantasy outputs have been pretty weak
Alex Green
Jermichael Finley - the Lions, have allowed the third-fewest fantasy points to opposing tight ends at home

Cincy vs Chiefs
A.J. Green - leads the National Football League with nine touchdowns and, as one of the league's most targeted wideouts,
Andrew Hawkins
Jamaal Charles - Who else are they going to give it to..Hillis?
Dwayne Bowe - Cincinnati Bengals, who have allowed the seventh-fewest fantasy points to opposing wide receivers in 2012.

BenJarvus Green-Ellis - Kansas City defense has surrendered more than 100 rushing yards in six games
Matt Cassel
Andy Dalton - Chiefs have surrendered 18 touchdown passes overall and an average of close to 17 fantasy points per game to quarterbacks on their home field.
Brandon Tate
Jermaine Gresham - He has recorded fewer than 20 yards in two of his last three games.
Peyton Hillis
Tony Moeaki

Jets vs Rams

Dustin Keller - Rams, have allowed an average of close to nine fantasy points per game to tight ends at home
Daryl Richardson - This week he faces theJets, who have given up an average of over 20 fantasy points per game on the road this season.

Mark Sanchez
Shonn Greene - Rams have allowed 100-plus yards to opposing backfields in their past two games,
Jeremy Kerley
Stephen Hill
Danny Amendola - The Jets will focus on shutting down Bradford's only option
Lance Kendricks
Sam Bradford - the Jets, have allowed only 11 touchdowns and the ninth-most fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks overall this season.
Steven Jackson

Colts vs New England
Andrew Luck - The Patriots have allowed an average of over 18 fantasy points per game to signal-callers. Luck has scored 16-plus fantasy points in four straight games
Reggie Wayne
Tom Brady
Stevan Ridley - Colts defense that has surrendered an average of over 23 fantasy points per game to opposing running backs on the road.
Wes Welker
Rob Gronkowski
Dwayne Allen - The Patriots have allowed the second-most fantasy points to opposing tight ends on their home field

Donald Brown
Donnie Avery
T.Y. Hilton - If Avery plays, Hilton is worthless
Brandon Lloyd
Aaron Hernandez
Vick Ballard - Injured Donald Brown still had more carries in the Colts' backfield.

Eagles vs Redskins

Alfred Morris - Eagles defense that has allowed opposing backfields to top the century mark in five straight games.
Santana Moss - If he's cleared to play
Jeremy Maclin - The Rookie locked onto Maclin to the tune of eight catches for 93 yards and a touchdown last week against the Cowboys
DeSean Jackson - Redskins defense has allowed more fantasy points to wide receivers at home (32.78 PPG) than any other team in the entire league.
Brent Celek - No team in the NFL has allowed more fantasy points to opposing tight ends at home
LeSean McCoy - Then again the Eagle may ru it more with a Rookie QB

Nick Foles - Still the same horrible offensive line. Washington wil have all week to plan for him
Brent Celek
Robert Griffin III
Josh Morgan

Tampa vs Carolina

Doug Martin
Vincent Jackson
Steve Smith - Tampa has the #30 ranked pass defense, over 100 yards in first meeting
reg Olsen - Buccaneers defense has allowed the most fantasy points per game to tight ends this year.

Cam Newton - sophomore slump being experienced by Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton. has found the end zone only once so far this season
DeAngelo Williams
Jonathan Stewart - he's failed to score more than eight fantasy points since Week 2.
Josh Freeman - Freeman's stats have been on a slow and steady decline, in large part because of the emergence of Doug Martin's ground game.
Brandon LaFell
Dallas Clark

Jacksonville vs Houston

Arian Foster - ArianFoster has found the end zone in every game so far this season,
Ben Tate - Jaguars' defense that ranks 29th in the NFL against the run.
Andre Johnson

Blaine Gabbert? Henne?
Rashad Jennings - his fantasy points have dropped in each of his last three games, and a matchup against the Texans isn't favorable.
Cecil Shorts-SWITCH
Justin Blackmon
Marcedes Lewis
Matt Schaub - Schaub has thrown for multiple touchdowns against the Jags just once in their last five meetings. Back in Week 2, Schaub put up just 7.50 fantasy points against them.
Owen Daniels

Saints vs Oakland
Drew Brees
Marques Colston
Jimmy Graham
Carson Palmer - New Orleans Saints team on pace to allow the most yardage in NFL history.
Marcel Reese - the Saints have given up more fantasy points to running backs on the road (23.53) than any other team in the league after 10 weeks.
Denarius Moore - Saints have given up an average of 37 fantasy points per game to wide receivers on the road. That's the most of any defensive team in the NFL.

Brandon Myers - if he plays

Mark Ingram
Pierre Thomas
Darrius Heyward-Bey - Too boom or bust. He could have 2 catches for 115 yards but could also have zero receptions

Chargers vs Denver

Danario Alexander - On a roll baby. Rivers loves this guy
Antonio Gates
Peyton Manning
Eric Decker - Chargers defense that has given up the eighth-most fantasy points to opposing wide receivers on the road.

Philip Rivers - the Broncos, who forced Rivers into six turnovers and just 5.64 fantasy points back in Week 6. Big game last week against horrible Tampa pas D
Ryan Mathews - He has failed to score double-digit fantasy points since Week 5, and the Broncos held him to just 74 yards on the ground back in Week 6. Denver has also allowed the sixth-fewest fantasy points to running backs at home.
Robert Meachem
Malcom Floyd
Willis McGahee - McGahee has rushed for between 50 and 60 yards in four of his past five games,
Demaryius Thomas
Jacob Tamme - he has scored a combined 5.10 fantasy points in his last three games.

Baltimore vs Pittsburg
Dennis Pitta
Mike Wallace - Ravens DB unit is a banged up as the Pittsburg WR unit.
Heath Miller

Joe Flacco - on the road Flacco averages fewer than 200 yards per game and has more interceptions than TD passes. Steelers have allowed the second-fewest fantasy points to quarterbacks this season.
Torrey Smith - Only the Seahawks have allowed fewer fantasy points to opposing wide receivers on their home field than the Steelers

Ray Rice - 13 carries for 35 yards last week against Oakland. Is he hitting a wall. looks a bit tired
Anquan Boldin
Charlie Batch
Jonathan Dwyer - messy backfield

Bears vs 49ers

Matt Forte - Jason Campbell is the starting QB this week. they're going to hand the ball to Forte a ton
Brandon Marshall - Not with a backup QB going against the 49ers D-

Jason Campbell
Frank Gore - Bears have allowed the sixth-fewest fantasy points to running backs on the road-
Earl Bennett
Kellen Davis
Colin Kaepernick - Bears are allowing the fewest fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks on the road.
Michael Crabtree - Crabtree has been targeted 20 more times than any of his teammates
Vernon Davis - In the last four weeks, a total of 37 tight ends have scored more fantasy points.
Greg Olson - Olsen is the fourth-highest scoring tight end in the last four weeks.

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