Wednesday, November 14, 2012

2012 Fantasy Football Week 11 Rankings

These are my 2012 Fantasy Football Week 11 rankings as of Sat. Nov. 17th @ 5:15 PM EST. Additionally, please check out the Sneaky Pickups of the Week for more information regarding some of the big climbers in this weeks rankings.

Byes: Minnesota, NY Giants, Seattle, Tennessee

Defense and kicker rankings are not included so if you have questions regarding those positions, feel free to ask on twitter @FreeRotoAdvice or comment on the post and I will respond ASAP.

Quarterback Rankings:
1. Drew Brees, NO @ OAK
2. Aaron Rodgers, GB @ DET
3. Tom Brady, NE vs IND
4. Matthew Stafford, DET vs GB
5. Peyton Manning, DEN vs SD
6. Matt Ryan, ATL vs ARI
7. Andrew Luck, IND @ NE
8. Robert Griffin III, WSH vs PHI
9. Carson Palmer, OAK vs NO
10. Tony Romo, DAL vs CLE
11. Cam Newton, CAR vs TB
12. Josh Freeman, TB @ CAR
13. Andy Dalton, CIN @ KC
14. Ryan Fitzpatrick, BUF vs MIA
15. Matt Schaub, HOU vs JAC
16. Phillip Rivers, SD @ DEN
17. Nick Foles, PHI @ WSH
18. Joe Flacco, BAL @ PIT
19. Ryan Tannehill, MIA @ BUF
20. Sam Bradford, STL vs NYJ
21. Byron Leftwich, PIT vs BAL
22. Mark Sanchez, NYJ @ STL
23. Matt Cassell, KC vs CIN
24. Alex Smith, SF @ CHI
25. John Skelton, ARI @ ATL

Assumed out: Jay Cutler, Ben Roethlisberger, Michael Vick


Running Back Rankings:
1. Arian Foster, HOU vs JAC
2. Doug Martin, TB @ CAR
3. C.J. Spiller, BUF vs MIA
4. Lesean McCoy, PHI @ WSH
5. Stevan Ridley, NE vs IND
6. Ray Rice, BAL @ PIT
7. Jamaal Charles, KC vs CIN
8. Alfred Morris, WSH vs PHI
9. Trent Richardson, CLE @ DAL
10. Willis McGahee, DEN vs SD
11. Frank Gore, SF @ CHI
12. Marcel Reece, OAK vs NO
13. Mikell Leshoure, DET vs GB
14. Shonn Greene, NYJ @ STL
15. Ryan Mathews, SD @ DEN
16. Matt Forte, CHI vs SF
17. Steven Jackson, STL vs NYJ
18. Darren Sproles, NO @ OAK
19. BenJarvus Green-Ellis, CIN @ KC
20. Reggie Bush, MIA @ BUF
21. Michael Turner, ATL vs ARI
22. Felix Jones, DAL vs CLE
23. LaRod Stephens-Howling, ARI @ ATL
24. Jonathan Stewart, CAR vs TB
25. Chris Ivory, NO @ OAK
26. James Starks, GB @ DET
27. Donald Brown, IND @ NE
28. Daniel Thomas, MIA @ BUF
29. Rashad Mendenhall, PIT vs BAL
30. Rashad Jennings, JAC @ HOU
31. Jonathan Dwyer, PIT vs BAL
32. Vick Ballard, IND @ NE
33. Alex Green, GB @ DET
34. Pierre Thomas, NO @ OAK
35. Joique Bell, DET vs GB
36. Daryl Richardson, STL vs NYJ
37. Danny Woodhead, NE vs IND
38. DeAngelo Williams, CAR vs TB
39. Jacquizz Rodgers, ATL vs ARI
40. Mark Ingram, NO @ OAK
41. Kendall Hunter, SF @ CHI
42. Shane Vereen, NE vs IND
43. Isaac Redman, PIT vs BAL
44. Peyton Hillis, KC vs CIN
45. Ronnie Brown, SD @ DEN
46. Lance Dunbar, DAL vs CLE
47. Taiwan Jones, OAK vs NO
48. Tashard Choice, BUF vs MIA
49. Michael Bush, CHI vs SF
50. Ronnie Hillman, DEN vs SD

Assumed out: Darren McFadden, Fred Jackson, DeMarco Murray



Wide Receiver Rankings:
1. A.J. Green, CIN @ KC
2. Calvin Johnson, DET vs GB
3. Roddy White, ATL vs ARI
4. Vincent Jackson, TB @ CAR
5. Marques Colston, NO @ OAK
6. Reggie Wayne, IND @ NE
7. Randall Cobb, GB @ DET
8. Eric Decker, DEN vs SD
9. Denarius Moore, OAK vs NO
10. Steve Smith, CAR vs TB
11. Demaryius Thomas, DEN vs SD
12. Jordy Nelson, GB @ DET
13. Julio Jones, ATL vs ARI
14. Wes Welker, NE vs IND
15. Miles Austin, DAL vs CLE
16. Brandon Marshall, CHI vs SF
17. Larry Fitzgerald, ARI @ ATL
18. Danny Amendola, STL vs NYJ
19. Dez Bryant, DAL vs CLE
20. Jeremy Maclin, PHI @ WSH
21. Andre Johnson, HOU vs JAC
22. Brian Hartline, MIA @ BUF
23. Desean Jackson, PHI @ WSH
24. Mike Wallace, PIT vs BAL
25. Mike Williams, TB @ CAR
26. Steve Johnson, BUF vs MIA
27. Dwayne Bowe, KC vs CIN
28. James Jones, GB @ DET
29. Lance Moore, NO @ OAK
30. Brandon Lloyd, NE vs IND
31. Darrius Heyward-Bay, OAK vs NO
32. Cecil Shorts, JAC @ HOU
33. Torrey Smith, BAL @ PIT
34. Titus Young, DET vs GB
35. Michael Crabtree, SF @ CHI
36. Santana Moss, WSH vs PHI
37. Andre Roberts, ARI @ ATL
38. Danario Alexander, SD @ DEN
39. Josh Gordon, CLE @ DAL
40. Malcolm Floyd, SD @ DEN
41. Pierre Garcon, WSH vs PHI
42. Anquan Boldin, BAL @ PIT
43. Donald Jones, BUF vs MIA
44. Donnie Avery, IND @ NE
45. Emmanuel Sanders, PIT vs BAL
46. Ryan Broyles, DET vs GB
47. Jeremy Kerley, NYJ @ STL
48. Davone Bess, MIA @ BUF
49. Andrew Hawkins, CIN @ KC
50. Brandon Gibson, STL vs NYJ

Assumed out: Antonio Brown, Greg Jennings


Tight End Rankings:
1. Rob Gronkowski, NE vs IND
2. Jimmy Graham, NO @ OAK
3. Antonio Gates, SD @ DEN
4. Jason Witten, DAL vs CLE
5. Tony Gonzalez, ATL @ ARI
6. Heath Miller, PIT vs BAL
7. Brent Celek, PHI @ WSH
8. Owen Daniels, HOU vs JAC
9. Jermaine Gresham, CIN @ KC
10. Dustin Keller, NYJ @ STL
11. Vernon Davis, SF @ CHI
12. Brandon Pettigrew, DET vs GB
13. Scott Chandler, BUF vs MIA
14. Greg Olsen, CAR vs TB
15. Brandon Myers, OAK vs NO
16. Joel Dreesen, DEN vs SD
17. Dwyane Allen, IND @ NE
18. Dennis Pitta, BAL @ PIT
19. Logan Paulsen, WSH vs PHI
20. Jermichael Finley, GB @ DET
21. Dallas Clark, TB @ CAR
22. Anthony Fasano, MIA @ BUF
23. Jacob Tamme, DEN vs SD
24. Marcedes Lewis, JAC @ HOU
25. Ben Watson, CLE @ DAL

2 comments:

Wylie Bindeman said...

The rankings show Jamaal Charles ahead of Alfred Morris, I happen to have both plus Doug Martin & Ray Rice (both will be starting for me). How close is that spread between Jamaal & Alfred? I want to use one for my Flex and I like what I saw out of Jamaal last week, though towards the plays called for him in the second half seemed to dwindle away (again!). Alfred has been a solid 6-12pt start per week, but with Shanahan's depressing comments postgame before the BYE, I wonder if he'll look to get some other RBs touches to "evaluate the players we have." So do I go safe or take a little risk? Thoughts? Thanks!!

Roto Advice said...

Hey! So Charles and Morris for me are very different types of plays, Charles is the risky high upside play while Morris is the safer more reliable play. Personally, I'm not worried about Shannahan's comments, I think Morris will get a lot of touches regardless. The rankings are an indication that if the games are played 100 times I believe Charles will finish will more points, however, for a given game there is a large risk that he will score 5 points or 20 points, depending on usage. Based on your team, I would likely go Morris since you already have the top RBs in Rice and Martin so there isn't much reason to gamble with Charles. I hope that helps (sorry for the novel, haha)

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