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PlayDraft NFL Week 11: Lineups, Rankings and Strategy

Hi everybody, welcome to week 11 of PlayDraft DFS Strategy. This is the time of year where you really need to make sure you don’t get sloppy in NFL DFS because many of the easy marks have already blown their allowance for DFS so you run into better competition overall. By now we have a pretty good idea of who’s who this year and we no longer have huge dramatic questions lingering like Zeke’s suspension. We’re also mercifully on our last bye week of the season so we can get back to full options in just one short week.

QB Rankings

  1. Tom Brady
  2. Carson Wentz
  3. Derek Carr
  4. Russell Wilson
  5. Drew Brees
  6. Alex Smith
  7. Dak Prescott
  8. Matt Stafford
  9. Kirk Cousins
  10. Marcus Mariota
  11. Jared Goff

RB Rankings

  1. Le’Veon Bell
  2. Leonard Fournette
  3. Todd Gurley
  4. Kareem Hunt
  5. LeSean McCoy
  6. Melvin Gordon
  7. Jordan Howard
  8. Mark Ingram
  9. DeMarco Murray
  10. Lamar Miller
  11. Alvin Kamara
  12. Marshawn Lynch
  13. Jay Ajayi
  14. Doug Martin
  15. Jerick McKinnon
  16. Chris Thompson
  17. Adrian Peterson
  18. Orleans Darkwa
  19. Kenyan Drake
  20. Joe Mixon
  21. Alex Collins
  22. Jamaal Williams

WR/TE Rankings

  1. Antonio Brown
  2. Mike Evans
  3. AJ Green
  4. Michael Thomas
  5. Rob Gronkowski
  6. Julio Jones
  7. Doug Baldwin
  8. Michael Crabtree
  9. Golden Tate
  10. DeAndre Hopkins
  11. Brandin Cooks
  12. DeMaryius Thomas
  13. Sterling Shepard
  14. Adam Thielen
  15. Tyreek Hill
  16. Larry Fitzgerald
  17. Robert Woods
  18. Jarvis Landry
  19. Dez Bryant
  20. Stefon Diggs
  21. Alshon Jeffery

3 Team Strategy

I rarely say this but I’m really fine with any combination for 3 team drafts this week. I feel like there’s quite a bit of parity at the top this week and there isn’t anybody I’d feel too badly about running out there. That being said, since I have to pick a direction, I’d lean towards taking Tom Brady in the first round to guarantee him since I think he has the biggest high point potential and then filling in the RB and WR in that order.

6 Team Strategy

With the 6 team strategy I want to be in the top half at RB because I feel there’s a drop off there and I’d still like to get Brady as well. Otherwise, I think there are bargains to be had in the top 12 at WR, in particular, I think many will forget about Mike Evans and maybe even Julio Jones early because of recent hot performances from others. I’d look to take QB-RB-RB-WR-WR unless Brady goes before you or one of Julio or Evans are still available in the 3rd round.

10 Team Strategy

The bottom of the running back pile is gross and the bottom of the quarterback options are risky. Otherwise, I’m okay with taking a risk on the lower end wide receivers this week. Ideally, I’d look to take my two RB and my QB in the first three rounds and go for a few high upside wide receivers like Tyreek Hill and/or Dez Bryant in the last two rounds.

That’s it for this week! Get out there and win some drafts! Also, as usual, please don’t be shy about asking questions or commenting in the area below!

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