Michael Nease brings you his insights each week for the world of Fantasy Football. Follow him on Twitter @mikeinsights

Another week has come and gone. Terrance Williams, Bobby Humphries, T.J. Jones, Aaron Jones or any one of a myriad players have left you seething. You lost by four points in a crucial game and want a do-over. Plain and simply you want Sunday back with a shot at changing your losing lineup with the advantage of 20-20 hindsight.

Going into Week 11 many mixed thoughts come to my mind. First and foremost, in most of our leagues only three weeks remain in the season before the playoffs begin. Gnawing at us is that we are losing control of our own destiny. Opponents have unknown players whooping us. Some of our studs have been letting us down. Jordy Nelson, if you are out there, please start contributing.

Injured and underperforming players are giving most of us a significant challenge. Where we were blowing opponents away a few weeks ago, now we are starting to see sporadic scoring from week to week. It’s as though the degree of difficulty control has been turned up. The playoff races are getting tighter and every week.

As we get closer to winning that coveted chance to be in the playoffs, we start thinking ahead a bit. What players are returning from IR in the next couple of weeks? I have to believe a Corey Coleman at WR gives you a better chance to win than many other alternatives. Earlier this year we had a week where we talked about how valuable a solid flex player can be.

As you know, skill and analysis only takes you so far. Luck plays a huge role in fantasy football. Nonetheless, having superior sources of information to that of your competitors can give you the edge you need to win games and ultimately become the championship.

In a typical fantasy football lineup, we have one position dedicated to a flex player, that being an extra RB, WR, or TE. Many people just take a lower tier RB or WR and slap them into the lineup. Following that haphazard strategy will cost you games on a regular ongoing basis.

You can turn the challenging flex position in your lineup into one of strength, rather than an afterthought. Typically the selection pool here in a 12-team league includes those players ranked beyond RB24, WR36 and TE12. I will use several rankings sources to obtain a healthy consensus.

Here are some players I have selected to recommend this week. Some may even be available on your waiver wire and would make great pickups. With bye weeks still being a major lineup challenge (Week 11—Indianapolis, Carolina, NY Jets, and San Francisco) and injuries, some may even fill RB2 or WR3 slots with some of these players as well.

       

Positional

 
   

NFL

Week 11

Opp DST

Last 3

Pos

Player

Team

Opp

Strength

Weeks

RB

Theo Riddick

Det

Chi

Weak

29-7-5         14 

RB

Rex Burkhead

NE

Oak

Weak

15-Bye-15   15

RB

Jamaal Williams

GB

Bal

Average

Bye-11-8     10

RB

T.J. Yelden

Jac

Cle

Average

Bye-7-11       9


Theo Riddick
is a solid pass receiving back for the Lions and is a good option against a weak versus RBs Bears DST. Rex Burkhead has at least temporarily stepped up in stature in the Belichick offensive scheme, with Gillislee seemingly out and White getting fewer touches. Jamaal Williams, with Aaron Jones’ knee injury and Ty Montgomery.s reinjured ribs, is now the RB du jour for the Packers. The Jaguars T.J. Yelden has earned a role as a pass receiving back and is good for a few points each week.

       

Positional

 

 

 

   

NFL

Week 11

Opp DST

Last 3

Pos

Player

Team

Opp

Strength

Weeks

WR

Paul Richardson

Sea

Atl

Strong

29-7-5           14

WR

Dontrelle Inman

Chi

Det

Weak

X-X-15         15

WR

Corey Coleman

Cle

Jac

Strong

Injured

WR

Kenny Galladay

Det

Chi

Average

Inj-Inj-8         8


Paul Richardson
has given the Seahawks a WR2 to complement Doug Baldwin. He has six games with 10 or more points out of the first nine games. Dontrelle Inman, at least in one game so far, has given the Bears a valid WR option for Mitchell Trubisky. Corey Coleman was on IR and is making a quiet return on a winless Browns team in Week 11. In Week 10 Kenny Galladay, who has been hurting for several weeks, returned for the Lions and gave them a strong WR3 option.

       

Positional

 
   

NFL

Week 11

Opp DST

 

Pos

Player

Team

Opp

Strength

Weeks

TE

Ben Watson

Bal

GB

Strong

9-11-Bye      10

TE

Julius Thomas

Mia

TB

Average

2-20-9          10


At 36 and playing on a horrid passing team like the Ravens, Ben Watson is often overlooked. He has been very consistent all year and has scored nine or more points in all but one game. Julius Thomas is no longer the player he was years ago on the Broncos, yet Jay Cutler and he have a special bond. With Cutler now back in the lineup, Thomas is coming off two strong games and is facing the dysfunctional Buccaneers this week.

And there you have it—the Week 11 flex player recommendations. When you look at your lineup, view it as a combination of players designed to give you enough points not only to win this week, but enough to win each and every week and ultimately to win your league championship. Conversely, if your lineup is too impotent to score the points you need consistently, you MUST try to fix it to win. Fantasy football is not a game for slackers.

Over the years many readers have contacted me personally for lineup and other fantasy football questions throughout the season. I look forward to helping you in your quest to win championships this year. You can contact me with any questions or comments you may have at mnease23@yahoo.com, follow me on Twitter @mikeinsights, or join me as a member of Couch Tomatoes, my fantasy football discussion group on Facebook.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/330237687362965/.

Good luck! Have fun!

Each week Bob Lung reviews the past week for Consistency highlights and trends at the tight end position! Follow Bob on Twitter at @bob_lung

Jimmy Graham grabs the top spot for the second time this season and has certainly been extremely consistent this season by ranking tied for second place!

Consistency. Any educated fantasy owner knows that you need your Fantasy Football players to be not only good, but also consistently good! It’s a proven fact that the more consistent your Fantasy players are throughout the season, the better chance that you’ll have to win. More wins equals playoffs and playoffs can turn into championships! That’s why I’ll be here each week to help you identify the most consistent Fantasy football players in your quest towards a Fantasy championship.

Unfamiliar with how consistency can help your Fantasy team? Make sure to check out BigGuyFantasySports.com and get all the consistency information you need to win your league!

Your subscription includes the Clutch Report, which will help you determine how consistent are the players in your league with your scoring method!

A quick recap for those unfamiliar with the Clutch Games system.  The Head-to-Head (H2H) format in Fantasy Football leads to the need for consistency. Many teams have been near the top of their league in scoring, but miss the playoffs by one or two games. Many will call it “bad luck” and that’s partially true. Injuries to key players, bad weather, etc. are situations that affect our Fantasy teams, but are uncontrollable. However, there is one aspect of Fantasy football that you can control. The consistency of your team!

A Clutch Game is awarded to a player each week when they exceed the Clutch Game Factor in your league for that position. The more Clutch Games a player is awarded each year, the more consistent that player is and the more beneficial they are to your Fantasy team. 

The scoring method used will be 1 point per 20 yards passing and 4 points for passing touchdowns; 1 point per 10 yards rushing and receiving; 1 point per reception; and 6 points for any rushing/receiving touchdown.

So, let’s review Week 10 for the tight ends…

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Rank

Player

Team

Score

1

Jimmy Graham

SEA

20.70

2

Jermaine Gresham

ARI

17.40

3

Austin Hooper

ATL

16.90

4

Garrett Celek

SF

16.70

5

Evan Engram

NYG

15.10

6

Vernon Davis

WAS

14.60

7

Jason Witten

DAL

12.90

8

Austin Seferian-Jenkins

NYJ

12.70

9

Ed Dickson

CAR

12.30

10

Delanie Walker

TEN

12.30

11

Eric Ebron

DET

11.90

12

Rob Gronkowski

NE

11.40

13

Seth DeValve

CLE

11.00

14

Vance McDonald

PIT

9.60


THE EXPECTED

The tight ends were a little above the normal number of Quality Game earners (12) with 14! Many of the “regulars” like Jimmy Graham, Travis Kelce and Delanie Walker were on the good list. Mr. Perfect at tight end, Zach Ertz, had a bye last week and remains perfect. Jimmy Graham earned his seventh straight Clutch Game this week. Jason Witten was back on the good list this week and might continue that trend with Ezekiel Elliott out for three more weeks. Rob Gronkowski didn’t have a huge week but he earned his sixth Clutch Game of the year.   

THE UNEXPECTED

Some real no-names hit the list this week with players like Seth DeValve and Garrett Celek. Eric Ebron and Garrett Celek kept the “tight ends versus the Giants or Browns will score a touchdown” trend alive this week! Jermaine Gresham has earned two straight Clutch Games since Drew Stanton took over at quarterback. Just sayin’! Oh yeah, Vernon Davis earned his FOURTH straight Clutch Game this past week and has a 67% Clutch Rate for the year.

Here is a group of those “bad” surprises, tight ends who didn’t earn a Quality Game this week. Many of those poor Fantasy owners who grabbed one of these running backs early in their drafts cannot be happy with this past week’s performance.

Rank

Player

Team

Score

15

Julius Thomas

MIA

8.80

16

Kyle Rudolph

MIN

8.70

28

Charles Clay

BUF

5.60

30

Jack Doyle

IND

2.90

31

Cameron Brate

TB

2.00

35

Hunter Henry

LAC

1.70

38

Tyler Kroft

CIN

1.40


YTD CONSISTENCY

Player Name

Total Points

Rank

Total CG

Total GP

CR

Zach Ertz

131.80

2

8

8

100%

Travis Kelce

143.90

1

7

9

78%

Evan Engram

114.30

4

7

9

78%

Jimmy Graham

110.50

5

7

9

78%

Rob Gronkowski

126.30

3

6

8

75%

Cameron Brate

99.40

7

6

9

67%

Vernon Davis

82.00

14

6

9

67%

Jack Doyle

109.00

6

5

9

56%

Jason Witten

97.80

8

5

9

56%

Jared Cook

94.90

9

5

9

56%

Delanie Walker

88.80

10

5

9

56%

Austin Hooper

87.00

11

5

9

56%

Kyle Rudolph

85.80

12

5

9

56%

Hunter Henry

67.90

18

5

9

56%

Austin Seferian-Jenkins

85.80

13

4

8

50%

Charles Clay

63.40

19

3

6

50%

Ben Watson

76.10

15

4

9

44%

Tyler Kroft

73.10

16

4

9

44%

Jermaine Gresham

56.70

24

3

8

38%

Zach Miller

54.70

27

3

8

38%

David Njoku

60.10

23

3

9

33%

A.J. Derby

53.40

31

3

9

33%

Jordan Reed

60.10

22

2

6

33%

Ed Dickson

70.00

17

3

10

30%

Martellus Bennett

55.50

25

2

8

25%

Eric Ebron

55.40

26

2

9

22%


Remember, one week does not consistency make! Many of the tight ends will kill your Fantasy season if you jump on them on the waiver wire expecting weekly Fantasy scores like this. Be patient….consistency will come.

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Each week Bob Lung reviews the past week for Consistency highlights and trends at the wide receiver position! Follow Bob on Twitter at @bob_lung

Sometimes a change of scenery does do a player some good. Robert Woods is certainly one of them! He’s earned FIVE straight Clutch Games and was the #1 receiver this week!  

Consistency. Any educated fantasy owner knows that you need your Fantasy Football players to be not only good, but also consistently good! It’s a proven fact that the more consistent your Fantasy players are throughout the season, the better chance that you’ll have to win. More wins equals playoffs and playoffs can turn into championships! That’s why I’ll be here each week to help you identify the most consistent Fantasy football players in your quest towards a Fantasy championship.

Unfamiliar with how consistency can help your Fantasy team? Make sure to subscribe to the In-Season Package or VIP package and get all the consistency information you need to win your league!

Your subscription includes the Clutch Report, which will help you determine how consistent are the players in your league with your scoring method!

A quick recap for those unfamiliar with the Clutch Games system.  The Head-to-Head (H2H) format in Fantasy Football leads to the need for consistency. Many teams have been near the top of their league in scoring, but miss the playoffs by one or two games. Many will call it “bad luck” and that’s partially true. Injuries to key players, bad weather, etc. are situations that affect our Fantasy teams, but are uncontrollable. However, there is one aspect of Fantasy football that you can control. The consistency of your team!

A Clutch Game is awarded to a player each week when they exceed the Clutch Game Factor in your league for that position. The more Clutch Games a player is awarded each year, the more consistent that player is and the more beneficial they are to your Fantasy team. 

The scoring method used will be 1 point per 20 yards passing and 4 points for passing touchdowns; 1 point per 10 yards rushing and receiving; 1 point per reception; and 6 points for any rushing/receiving touchdown.

So, let’s review Week 10 for the wide receivers…

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Rank

Player

Team

Score

1

Robert Woods

LAR

37.10

2

Adam Thielen

MIN

30.60

3

Devin Funchess

CAR

26.20

4

Sterling Shepard

NYG

25.20

5

Chester Rogers

IND

22.70

6

A.J. Green

CIN

22.50

7

Golden Tate

DET

21.70

8

Brandon LaFell

CIN

21.50

9

Larry Fitzgerald

ARI

21.30

10

JuJu Smith-Schuster

PIT

20.70

11

Michael Thomas

NO

20.70

12

Davante Adams

GB

20.00

13

Emmanuel Sanders

DEN

19.70

14

Robby Anderson

NYJ

18.50

15

DeAndre Hopkins

HOU

18.10

16

Stefon Diggs

MIN

17.80

17

Marqise Lee

JAX

17.50

18

Marquise Goodwin

SF

17.10

19

Demaryius Thomas

DEN

15.40

20

Jarvis Landry

MIA

15.20

21

Dontrelle Inman

CHI

14.80

22

Doug Baldwin

SEA

14.50

23

DeSean Jackson

TB

14.20

24

Bruce Ellington

HOU

14.10

25

Allen Hurns

JAX

14.00

26

Josh Bellamy

CHI

13.70

27

Brandin Cooks

NE

13.40

28

Maurice Harris

WAS

13.00

29

Donte Moncrief

IND

13.00

30

DeVante Parker

MIA

12.60

31

Roger Lewis

NYG

12.30

32

Jamison Crowder

WAS

12.10

33

Sammy Watkins

LAR

12.10

34

Kenny Britt

CLE

11.80

35

Chris Godwin

TB

11.80

36

Julio Jones

ATL

11.70

37

Kenny Stills

MIA

11.70

38

Cooper Kupp

LAR

10.70

39

Taylor Gabriel

ATL

10.30

40

Rishard Matthews

TEN

10.00

41

Kendall Wright

CHI

9.60

42

Curtis Samuel

CAR

9.50

43

Keenan Allen

LAC

9.40


THE EXPECTED

It was an above average week for wide receivers as they totaled 43, which is much higher than the average number of Clutch Game earners (36). The expected studs were accounted for. A.J. Green (#6), Michael Thomas (#11) and DeAndre Hopkins (#15). Hopkins has continued to stay perfect even with Tom Savage at the helm. Even with the improved running game in New Orleans, Thomas is still Drew Brees’ main benefactor. A.J. Green finally got back to normal, or did he? If he doesn’t catch the 70-yard touchdown pass late in the game, he’s at five catches for 35 yards. Don’t get too excited.

The other top receivers at the 88% or above Clutch Rate includes: Antonio Brown, Adam Thielen, Mike Evans, Michael Thomas, Julio Jones and Keenan Allen. Some of my teams have three of them on it!

THE UNEXPECTED

There are always a group of unexpected receivers who the average Fantasy owners don’t recognize. This week’s group includes Curtis Samuel, Chris Godwin, and Maurice Harris. Will any of these player’s consistency continue? I’ll certainly let you know, in this weekly series, as I see consistency trends in players. Some surprising unexpected trends of receivers who have showed some consistency over the past few weeks include Rishard Matthews, Devin Funchess, and Sterling Shepard. They may be out there available as a throw-in in a trade….make sure to ask for them by name.

The unexpected bad list is big this week! Top studs like Dez Bryant, Antonio Brown, Jordy Nelson (third straight week), and T.Y. Hilton! Of course, Hilton sucked this week because I wasn’t playing against him!

Waiver Wire Consistency

If you’re looking for some names of consistent receivers who may be on your waiver wire, I would like for the following names: Deonte Thompson and DeMarcus Robinson.

Here is a group of those “bad” surprises, wide receivers who didn’t earn a Clutch Game this week. Many of those poor Fantasy owners who grabbed one of these wide receivers early in their drafts cannot be happy with this week’s performance.

Rank

Player

Team

Score

45

Randall Cobb

GB

9.00

49

Dez Bryant

DAL

7.90

50

Antonio Brown

PIT

7.70

69

Paul Richardson

SEA

5.30

70

Jordy Nelson

GB

5.00

74

T.Y. Hilton

IND

4.30

80

Will Fuller

HOU

3.50

84

Marvin Jones

DET

3.20

99

Ted Ginn

NO

1.30


YTD CONSISTENCY

Player Name

Total Points

Rank

Total CG

Total GP

CR

DeAndre Hopkins

186.30

1

9

9

100%

Adam Thielen

148.50

3

8

9

89%

Jarvis Landry

137.50

7

8

9

89%

Michael Thomas

137.20

8

8

9

89%

Julio Jones

126.50

12

8

9

89%

Keenan Allen

110.20

26

8

9

89%

Mike Evans

117.20

19

7

8

88%

DeVante Parker

73.80

53

5

6

83%

Antonio Brown

166.20

2

7

9

78%

Larry Fitzgerald

145.70

4

7

9

78%

A.J. Green

143.30

5

7

9

78%

Golden Tate

140.80

6

7

9

78%

Doug Baldwin

135.00

9

7

9

78%

Demaryius Thomas

116.90

21

7

9

78%

Michael Crabtree

117.10

20

6

8

75%

Chris Hogan

108.50

27

6

8

75%

Mohamed Sanu

87.80

44

6

8

75%

Odell Beckham

74.00

52

3

4

75%

Sterling Shepard

92.80

38

5

7

71%

Jeremy Maclin

76.00

51

5

7

71%

Davante Adams

127.40

11

6

9

67%

Robert Woods

126.40

15

6

9

67%

Brandin Cooks

121.70

17

6

9

67%

Marvin Jones

117.70

18

6

9

67%

Alshon Jeffery

114.00

22

6

9

67%

JuJu Smith-Schuster

111.10

24

6

9

67%

Paul Richardson

101.80

31

6

9

67%

Marqise Lee

101.00

32

6

9

67%

Kelvin Benjamin

98.70

42

6

9

67%

Will Fuller

92.50

40

4

6

67%

Pierre Garcon

90.00

43

5

8

63%

Devin Funchess

126.50

13

6

10

60%

Robby Anderson

121.90

16

6

10

60%

Stefon Diggs

110.70

25

4

7

57%

Emmanuel Sanders

87.30

45

4

7

57%

Tyreek Hill

128.80

10

5

9

56%

Dez Bryant

113.80

23

5

9

56%

Jordy Nelson

104.80

28

5

9

56%

Rishard Matthews

99.00

34

5

9

56%

Ted Ginn

98.50

35

5

9

56%

Kenny Stills

97.80

36

5

9

56%

DeSean Jackson

96.20

37

5

9

56%

Jermaine Kearse

100.50

33

5

10

50%

Randall Cobb

81.00

48

4

8

50%


Remember, one week does not consistency make! Many of the wide receivers will kill your Fantasy season if you jump on them on the waiver wire expecting weekly Fantasy scores like this. Be patient….consistency will come.

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The Head-to-Head (H2H) format in Fantasy football leads to the need for consistency. If you...

Key Terms

Key Terms

I felt it was important to define some obvious and not-so-obvious terms that will be...

Improve Your Record with Consistency

Improve Your Record with Consistency

The Clutch Games system was created to show how building your team with more consistent...

Rookies vs. Consistency - 2017 Edition

Rookies vs. Consistency - 2017 Edition

The one question that I get asked every year is “Why don’t you include rookies...

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Jonathan Impemba

Jonathan Impemba

Jonathan Impemba is a contributing member of the Big Guy Fantasy Sports network where he appears on the BG Baseball...

Colby Conway

Colby Conway

Colby Conway has been playing fantasy sports for almost 10 years. He writes for Fantasy Alarm, as well as being...

Nate Miller

Nate Miller

Nate Miller has been in the Fantasy Sports industry as an Analyst, Writer, Editor and Host since 2013. He is...

Rob Trayah

Rob Trayah

Rob Trayah started writing for RotoWire, continued at Fantasy Alarm, and now contributes to BGFS with his deep interest in...

Ron Rigney

Ron Rigney

Ron Rigney brings close to 20 years of playing fantasy sports, in all different formats to the BGFS team. A...

Nathan Dokken

Nathan Dokken

Nathan is the host and co-creator of the Nasty Cast Fantasy Baseball Podcast. He also writes for Fantistics Insider Baseball...

Van Lee

Van Lee

The man, the myth, and the legend that is Van Lee continues to grow every day. Whether it’s complaining loudly...

Mike Nease

Mike Nease

Mike Nease is a member of the FSWA and has been playing the game since 1985, while also writing about...

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