Are you ready for some Week 11 fantasy football? We’re getting perilously close to the 2011 fantasy football playoffs – in some leagues, they could be starting in Week 14. That means that you need to make sure your team is playoff-ready. What you did in Week 11 fantasy football could tell you if your team has a playoff chance at all, or if you might be looking from the outside in when it comes to making the playoffs.
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Now, if your team is not in ship-shape, don’t give up hope. You might still be able to make a trade, or pick somebody up via the waiver wire, or pick up a fantasy football player that could make a difference on your team. There may be a fantasy football sleeper pick out there that could make a difference.
On the other hand, your team may look like it is on its way to make the playoffs, but you could still stumble before the fantasy football players if your starters falter down the stretch. So pay close attention to what your team is doing, especially in Week 11 fantasy football.
Some fantasy football leagues, including right here at DraftStreet, offer fantasy football where you can draft a team just for that week. You may win store credit with the free leagues if you triumph, or cold, hard cash if you are in a pay league. It all depends on what you want to do.
Anyhow, let’s get started taking a look at Week 11 fantasy football.
The Detroit Lions’ Matthew Stafford threw for 335 yards and five touchdowns with two interceptions as Detroit beat the Carolina Panthers. Detroit’s Kevin Smith, playing in just his second game of the year, led all rushers with 140 yards along with two TDs.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Josh Freeman threw for 342 yards, two TDs and two interceptions as the Bucs lost to the Green Bay Packers. The Packers’ Aaron Rodgers threw for 299 yards with three TD and one INT.
The Chicago Bears’ Jay Cutler fractured the thumb on his throwing hand in a win over the San Diego Chargers. Cutler could miss the rest of the fantasy season. San Diego’s Vincent Jackson had seven catches for 165 yards and a TD.
Ray Rice had 104 yards rushing and two TDs and Torrey Smith caught six passes for 165 yards and a score in the Baltimore Ravens’ win over the Cincinnati Bengals.
Minnesota Vikings star Adrian Peterson was carted off the field with an injured left ankle in the second quarter of the Vikings’ loss to Oakland. Peterson figures to miss some time. Bench him and find a replacement if he is on your fantasy football team.
The Buffalo Bills’ Fred Jackson left the game against the Miami Dolphins with an injured calf.
The New England Patriots’ Rob Gronkowski caught four passes for 96 yards and two TDs in the Patriots’ rout of the Kansas City Chiefs.
Hopefully, you have something to smile about after surviving Week 11 fantasy football and getting ready for Week 12.