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Week 11 Rankings

by Patrick Daugherty
Updated On: November 17, 2019, 11:51 am ET

Week 11 Tight Ends

 

RK

Player

TM

Opp

1

Travis Kelce

KC

@LAC

2

Hunter Henry

LAC

KC

3

Mark Andrews

BAL

HOU

4

Zach Ertz

PHI

NE

5

Gerald Everett

LA

CHI

6

Darren Waller

OAK

CIN

7

Greg Olsen

CAR

ATL

8

Jared Cook

NO

@TB

9

O.J. Howard

TB

NO

10

Eric Ebron

IND

JAC

11

Mike Gesicki

MIA

BUF

12

Vance McDonald

PIT

@CLE

13

Dallas Goedert

PHI

NE

14

Noah Fant

DEN

@MIN

15

T.J. Hockenson

DET

DAL

16

Darren Fells

HOU

@BAL

17

Kyle Rudolph

MIN

DEN

18

Irv Smith

MIN

DEN

19

Jack Doyle

IND

JAC

20

Jason Witten

DAL

@DET

21

Ross Dwelley

SF

ARI

22

Ryan Griffin

NYJ

@WAS

23

Dawson Knox

BUF

@MIA

24

Tyler Eifert

CIN

@OAK

25

Nick Boyle

BAL

HOU

26

Benjamin Watson

NE

@PHI

27

Blake Jarwin

DAL

@DET

28

Ben Braunecker

CHI

@LA

 

TE Notes: With touchdowns in two of his past three games, Travis Kelce is finally back on the right scoring track. Kelce has also reached six receptions in 3-of-4 contests since Week 7. … The No. 1 tight end since he returned in Week 6, Hunter Henry saved his 4/30 Week 9 with his third touchdown. In relative terms, the Chiefs are coughing up far more fantasy points to tight ends than receivers. … After playing just 34 percent of the Ravens’ snaps against the Patriots, Mark Andrews saw that number to rebound to 50 in Cincinnati. He responded with 6/53/2. Hopefully feeling better physically, Andrews’ scoring potential — his five touchdowns are third amongst tight ends — will be high in a game with a 50 over/under. … Coming off his first genuinely huge game of 2019, Zach Ertz encounters a Patriots D surrendering the third fewest TE fantasy points. Concerning, though the Pats have faced only one genuine TE1 (Andrews) all season. 

With the Rams’ receiver corps banged up and Jared Goff struggling, Gerald Everett has reached 10 targets in three of his past five appearances. He’s all the way up to ninth in TE looks even though he drew only seven in Weeks 1-3 and the Rams have already had their bye. … Can the Bengals wake up Darren Waller? The Raiders’ breakout seam stretcher is a quiet 7/103 over his past three contests. Permissive though they are to every fantasy position, the Bengals are just 17th in TE points allowed. It’s likely a fluke. … Greg Olsen had gone nearly two months without a blowup before his 8/98 effort in Green Bay. There are always fantasy points in the Falcons’ banana stand, as well as games with a 50.5 total. … We are in a good position to chase Jared Cook and O.J. Howard’s Week 10 points. Facing each other in a game with a 50.5 over/under, both are coming off their biggest Sunday of the season. Cook did his damage on 10 looks. The Bucs are permitting the second most TE fantasy points. Howard, meanwhile, not only drew a new season-high seven targets, but did so playing 82-of-83 snaps.

In theory, it’s also a good week to chase Eric Ebron’s Week 10 performance, but the Colts’ injury uncertainty at receiver makes the situation difficult to forecast. Ebron out-targeted Jack Doyle 12-4, though they played to a snaps standstill (42). Ebron ran 11 more routes (33-22). … Mike Gesicki and Vance McDonald are seeing similar target totals, but I trust both Gesicki’s floor and ceiling more. McDonald’s 40 yards from Week 1 remain his season high. … Despite a basically nonexistent floor, Noah Fant’s ceiling makes him worth a TE2 dice roll. … With 6/013 on 13 targets over his past two games, T.J. Hockenson is finally showing signs of life. … The scorer of four touchdowns in his past four games, Kyle Rudolph is looking like an ideal TE2. Just be prepared for 2.3 points if he doesn’t find the end zone. … The same is true of Darren Fells, though he is doing slightly more compiling than Rudolph. … With receiver reinforcements not coming for the Eagles, Dallas Goedert’s increased recent usage should be his new normal. … Rudolph may have the floor, but Irv Smith will have the upside vs. the Cardinals’ league-worst tight end defense.    

 

Week 11 Kickers

RK

Player

TM

Opp

1

Harrison Butker

KC

@LAC

2

Justin Tucker

BAL

HOU

3

Zane Gonzalez

ARI

@SF

4

Wil Lutz

NO

@TB

5

Matt Gay

TB

NO

6

Michael Badgley

LAC

KC

7

Greg Zuerlein

LA

CHI

8

Joey Slye

CAR

ATL

9

Ka'imi Fairbairn

HOU

@BAL

10

Brett Maher

DAL

@DET

11

Josh Lambo

JAC

@IND

12

Matt Prater

DET

DAL

13

Nick Folk

NE

@PHI

14

Dan Bailey

MIN

DEN

15

Jake Elliott

PHI

NE

16

Chris Boswell

PIT

@CLE

17

Daniel Carlson

OAK

CIN

18

Younghoe Koo

ATL

@CAR

19

Eddy Pineiro

CHI

@LA

20

Sam Ficken

NYJ

@WAS

21

Brandon McManus

DEN

@MIN

22

Stephen Hauschka

BUF

@MIA

23

Austin Seibert

CLE

PIT

24

Jason Sanders

MIA

BUF

25

Chase McLaughlin

SF

ARI

26

Randy Bullock

CIN

@OAK

27

Dustin Hopkins

WAS

NYJ

28

Adam Vinatieri

IND

JAC

 

Week 11 Defense/Special Teams   

RK

Player

TM

Opp

1

Pittsburgh Steelers

PIT

@CLE

2

Minnesota Vikings

MIN

DEN

3

New Orleans Saints

NO

@TB

4

Chicago Bears

CHI

@LA

5

Buffalo Bills

BUF

@MIA

6

Los Angeles Rams

LA

CHI

7

New England Patriots

NE

@PHI

8

New York Jets

NYJ

@WAS

9

Cleveland Browns

CLE

PIT

10

Jacksonville Jaguars

JAC

@IND

11

San Francisco 49ers

SF

ARI

12

Dallas Cowboys

DAL

@DET

13

Oakland Raiders

OAK

CIN

14

Carolina Panthers

CAR

ATL

15

Kansas City Chiefs

KC

@LAC

16

Baltimore Ravens

BAL

HOU

17

Philadelphia Eagles

PHI

NE

18

Denver Broncos

DEN

@MIN

19

Indianapolis Colts

IND

JAC

20

Arizona Cardinals

ARI

@SF

21

Washington Redskins

WAS

NYJ

22

Atlanta Falcons

ATL

@CAR

23

Miami Dolphins

MIA

BUF

24

Houston Texans

HOU

@BAL

25

Detroit Lions

DET

DAL

26

Los Angeles Chargers

LAC

KC

27

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

TB

NO

28

Cincinnati Bengals

CIN

@OAK

Patrick Daugherty
Patrick Daugherty is a football and baseball writer for Rotoworld.com. He can be found on Twitter .