We are pretty much 2/3rds of the way through the season now (can you believe it?!) and every matchup is becoming so crucial. So if you are struggling with the pressure of deciding who to start/sit, then let @K_H_Ray, @ZTwiceFF, & @MattFFDynasty help you make those tough decisions with their top start/sits as we enter Week 11.
Teams on their Bye Week:
Start Of The Week
Joe Burrow @ LV (@ZTwiceFF)
This week Burrow will be facing the Raiders pass defense that was just torched by Kansas City. While previously the Raiders had a top 10 pass defense, I expect another shootout. Coming off the bye week, Burrow and company should have a gameplan in place to get back to their prolific passing game. Burrow struggled against the Browns in his previous game but we should feel confident starting him this Sunday.
Cam Newton Vs WAS (@MattFFDynasty)
I'm doubling down on Cam Newton this week, he was one of my top waiver adds and I believe you should be starting him right away if you roster him. This is a much stronger offense than the offense Newton had in New England and he goes up against WAS who are the worst-ranked defense against opposing QBs so far this year. Then add in the rushing upside Cam has (592 yards and 12 rushing TDs in 2020 for NE) and the result you have is a top option at the QB position this week. Don't overthink it.
Tua Tagovailoa @ NYJ (@K_H_RAY)
Weird game for Tua last week, as he entered midway through replacing the struggling Jacoby Brissett. Even with only playing part of the game, he still put up over 150 yards and scored his third rushing TD of the season. Healthy and back as the starter, Tua has a shot for a big day against the Jets who rank in the lower half of the league vs QBs this season. I expect a strong game in this AFC East matchup.
Sit of the Week
Matt Ryan Vs NE (@MattFFDynasty)
What a terrible week for Matt Ryan last week. In a smash matchup against a weak DAL pass defense, Matt Ryan just couldn't get anything going and DAL quickly built up a strong lead before halftime. That resulted in Ryan being benched in the second half and scoring just 1.68 fantasy points. Sadly things don't get any easier this week as ATL comes up against a strong NE defense and they will have little time to correct any issues from Week 10 with it being on TNF. There is then the possibility Ryan will be without one of his top weapons in Cordarrelle Patterson, making Ryan a very risky selection this week.