Week 11 Fantasy Football Start ‘Em & Sit ‘Em: Dak Prescott, David Montgomery, Cortlandt Sutton lead the way

Week 11 seems to be the point-scoring period where you’re just trying to outrun the lineup. Between the four teams on byes (Miami, Tampa Bay, Seattle and Jacksonville) and injuries, it could be a tough week to have a stacked slate.

Now, some of you are lucky. You don’t have many players from the Dolphins, Buccaneers, Seahawks, or Jaguars. You don’t have guys like Cooper Kupp (ankle), Dallas Goedert (shoulder), or Zach Ertz (knee) hit. You, my friend, must crush your opponent.

But for some of you, starting players like Daniel Jones, Bryan Robinson Jr., Isiah Pacheco, Paris Campbell, Toney Cadarius, and Tyler Conklin, among others, is essential. And hopefully, those people will come forward to help you achieve victory.

As always, we’ll help you get through this difficult registration period. The Fantasy Playoffs are approaching, and many of you need a win to survive your post-season quest.

So even though the names may not be headliners, hopefully the production will still be great. All that matters are the points scored, and hopefully some of these redemption options will help you when you need them most.

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Dak Prescott didn’t actually have a good game going into Week 10 in Green Bay. He threw two interceptions and contributed to the Belts upsetting the Cowboys 31-28 in overtime.

In Fantasy, Prescott was good with 24 Fantasy Points. We’ll take his turnover if he passes for 265 yards and three touchdowns. And we love that Prescott attempts 46 passes.

Prescott has now scored at least 24 Fantasy Points in consecutive games, and I expect he’ll have another good outing in Week 11 at Minnesota. He has a best five in all of the leagues.

The Vikings allowed three of their last four opposing quarterbacks to score at least 21 fantasy points, with Tua Tagovailoa in week 6 and Kyler Murray in week 8 scoring at least 25 points. Hopefully Prescott will be in this range.

He starts connecting at a high level with CeeDee Lamb and Dalton Schultz, and also has the ability to run (he had 34 yards and a touchdown in Week 8 against Chicago). I’m excited about Prescott going into this matchup, and hopefully for a third straight game with another baseline of quality.

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Saints (vs. LAR)

The Saints benefit from facing the Rams in the first game without Cooper Cobb (ankle), and the faltering offense in Los Angeles should be even worse. Besides problems with the offensive line, the Rams have to have a hard time scoring, and have been at 17 points or less in three straight games. The Saints have 13 sacks in their past three games, and they should be able to upset Matthew Stafford in this game. I like Saints DST as a top five pick in week 11.

  • Leaders (in HOU)
  • Rams (at NO)
  • Bengals (in a hole)

Cardinals (vs. SF)

Cardinals DST has scored four touchdowns in the past five games. Arizona has 13 sacks, five interceptions and three fumble recoveries over that period. And the Cardinals just moved the Rams up by 17 points in Week 10. But that doesn’t matter this week against the 49ers. San Francisco has scored at least 22 points in five of the past six games and is averaging over 25 points per game with Christian McCaffrey on the list. Expect another big performance from the 49ers offense and sit out the Cardinals DST in Week 11.

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