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Daily Dr. Roto — November 18, 2016
DFS Plays for Week 11
Kirk Cousins — He's been red hot recently, and the Packers defense has been awful. If the Titans put up 47 last week, you would have to think that Cousins can put up 30+ this week.
Aaron Rodgers — No running game equals at least 40+ pass attempts for Rodgers. He hasn't looked great at times, but he should put up about 25 Fantasy points this week.
Marcus Mariota — Mariota is playing at a very high level right now and is brimming with confidence. The Colts defense can’t stop anyone and Vegas thinks this is going to be a high scoring game.
Andrew Luck — The Colts OL has improved a bit, and the return of Moncrief has helped Luck find another viable offensive weapon. He should be great at home this weekend.
Blake Bortles — I KNOW I HATE HIM!!!! But — the Lions cannot stop the pass and Bortles should be getting good garbage time production in this one.
Ben Roethlisberger — Ben's from Ohio, and he wants this game after last week's narrow loss to Dallas. He won't throw for 400 yards again, but I can easily see 280 and two TDs. Better in cash games than GPP.
LeGarrette Blount — A lock for 100 yards and a TD vs. the league's worst run defense.
Le’Veon Bell — A supreme weapon in DFS and a must play.
Zeke Elliott — I am fading Zeke this week against the tough Ravens defense. They will force Dak to make plays down the field to win this game.
LeSean McCoy — People often forget about the guys who were on BYE last week. I won't forget McCoy, and I think I will get him pretty low owned.
Spencer Ware — He wasn’t great after returning from his concussion, but I like him to have a big game against Tampa Bay.
Doug Martin — Martin’s numbers were deceiving vs. Chicago considering the team was ahead most of the game and Peyton Barber got quite a few carries. Martin is back to his old self, and I like him as a sneaky play.
C.J. Prosise — A PPR machine. Yes, he will lose “considerable” carries to Rawls, but if the Seahawks are behind, it’s Prosise who will be on the field.
Rob Kelley — The Packers have a good run defense, but Kelley is still a pretty good value considering the number of carries he will get.
Isaiah Crowell — The Steelers are soft against the run and DE Cameron Heyward is done for the year. Hue Jackson thinks he can win this game and he will need about 20+ carries from Crowell to get his first “W.”
Theo Riddick — Always a threat in PPR formats.
Odell Beckham Jr. — Tracy Porter is a poor CB, and Beckham has played much better as of late.
TY Hilton — This game screams out as a great matchup for Hilton. A Luck-Hilton stack is a great way to start any cash game this week.
Donte Moncrief — Not loving him as much as Hilton. Might be a bit over owned.
Rishard Matthews — Seems to catch a TD every week and this is expected to be a high-scoring game. The only problem I have is that everyone is on to him.
Allen Robinson — I know Slay will be on him, but I can see him getting a garbage time TD.
Mike Evans — Don’t let the Chiefs defense scare you off. I can easily see Tampa keeping this game close and Evans having another big day.
Jamison Crowder — Cousins’ favorite target and the Packers struggle with slot WRs.
Tyreek Hill — If Maclin is out again, a must use in DK
Corey Coleman — Matches up with Steelers awful CB Artie Burns. Will they go to him downfield?
Robert Woods — So many targets against the Seahawks and the Bengals secondary has been struggling.
Adam Thielen — Assuming Petersen is on Diggs, that leaves targets open for Thielen. Super sneaky play in GPPs.
Eddie Royal — I think that it will be Royal and not Meredith who will emerge as Jay Cutler’s favorite target with Jeffery out.
Jordan Reed — No one in Green Bay can slow him down. I would prefer to go cheaper, but I think I will end up having him, Cousins, and Crowder in a Redskins stack.
Ladarius Green — Cleveland is awful vs. the TE and Ben needs a weapon he can trust.
Julius Thomas — We all know that the Lions are awful vs. TEs but can Julius step up and make some plays? I think so.
Delanie Walker — My favorite matchup of the day and I will pay up for him.
Tyler Eifert — A.J. Green looked a bit hobbled at the end of last week’s game. If he struggles at all, Eifert’s value goes way up.
Zach Miller — No Jeffery means even more targets for Miller.