Week 11 Fantasy Football Rankings (2018)

3 games until the playoffs = Must Win time.

Three games. That’s what sits between most owners and the end of the fantasy football regular season. Some of us need to win out for even a prayer of the playoffs. Others are scrapping for byes. Still other, more pathetic owners try to avoid some harrowing last place punishments. Regardless, a win is a near necessity, no matter your spot. Thus, our Week 11 Fantasy Football Rankings are here to help you with all tough lineup decisions.

Fortunately, we only have one stay left in Six Team Bye Week Hell. Even better, of these squads, the Bills, Jets, and Dolphins sport minimal useful fantasy talent. Truly, only New England, Cleveland, and San Francisco carry difference-makers. Even still, with an impossible few tiers of RBs and WRs to sort through, Week 11 is going to come down to some coin flip decisions.

As such, for personalized advice, hit me up on Twitter @RotoStreetWolf.  Plus, be sure to tune into The Fantasy Tailgate Sit / Start Show LIVE @ 11:00 AM EST on Facebook.

Lastly, these Week 11 Fantasy Football Rankings will be updated on a rolling basis throughout the week.  As a Scoring Reminder, they are based on 1/2 PPR, 4 Pt Passing TD Scoring

Week 11 Updates:

  • Not a ton of news this week, but Lamar Jackson has been confirmed as the starter for the Ravens. He’s risky, as RGIII is expected to mix in for snaps, and Jackson could find pine early if he struggles. However, the ceiling is astronomical with the rushing talent and juicy matchup. Cincy is allowing the most passing yards and second most rushing yards in the league, and Jackson can do it all.

Week 11 Fantasy Football Rankings

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Get ready for a W with the best Week 11 Fantasy Football Rankings in the business! Hit up @RotoStreetWolf, and be sure to tune into The Fantasy Tailgate LIVE Sit / Start Show, Sunday @ 11 AM EST on Facebook.


  • Founder of Roto Street Journal. Lover of workhorse backs, target hog wideouts, and Game of Thrones. Aspiring to be the "Brady" and "Leo" of the fantasy universe.