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Friday, December 3, 2021

Fantasy Football Week 11 Update: The Big Runners Return

UPDATE: 11:38 am Saturday
There is good injury news Saturday morning as two of the top 10 preseason drafts are set to return to the field.

Cleveland Nick Chubb has cleared its COVID-19 protocols and is set to return to the Browns’ starting lineup on Sunday. Then Monday night the giants Sakwon Barkley he is expected to return from an ankle injury.

Speaking of COVID, Pittsburgh Defender Ben Rotlisberger He is expected to return from this to start Sunday night against the Los Angeles Chargers.

This wouldn’t be Saturday’s update without the usual uncertainty in Arizona. Defender Kyler Murray again it is said to be a playtime decision, while the stellar receiver DeAndre Hopkins missing again.

Top performers dropped: New Orleans RB Alvin Camara, Seattle, RB Chris CarsonTennessee is running back Jeremy McNichols and dallas wide Amari Cooper

The outlook for these listed dubious guys isn’t much better: San Francisco is running backwards. Elijah Mitchell, Chicago (WR) Allen Robinson and packers WR Allen Lazard

Players listed as questionable include Philly RB Miles Sanders, Jacksonville, RB James robinson, Baltimore WR Marquise Brown, Washington Receiver Curtis Samuel and tampa bay tight end Rob Gronkowski

ORIGINAL MAIL: 10:01 am, Wednesday

There is no more excitement in fantasy football than when the calendar turns to Thanksgiving and the player you hid as a long-term prospect suddenly turns into GOLD at the end of the season !. So, with the start of week 11, there is a surge in talent that a few days ago was not considered particularly important.

Exhibit A: Green Bay Runner A.J. Dillon.

The former Boston College Highlighted Player has made headlines after Aaron Jones was kicked out last week in the Packers’ win over Seattle. He is target # 1 as the Packers are heading to Minneapolis to meet the Vikings on Sunday. Jones is likely to be out for two weeks, so Dillon will only be available for the # 1 priority free agent teams this week.

As for the less obvious prospects, we have favorites …

Ramondre Stevenson (Patriots RB) – The former Oklahoma Suner dashed 100 yards last week and landed twice when Damien Harris was out of the game. While Harris is likely to return this week, Stevenson should be a solid second runner who can do most of the work at the goal line.

New England patriots running back Ramondre Stevenson (38) are struck down by Cleveland Browns midfielder Jeremy Owusu-Koramoa (28) during the first half of an NFL football match on Sunday, November 14, 2021 in Foxboro, Massachusetts. (AP Photo / Stu Milne)

Jordan Howard (Eagles RB) Howard has made three touchdowns in three games since his former team pulled him out of the scrap heap. He also averaged over 70 yards per game during this period. He could have been the Eagles’ preferred pick in the last seven games.

Fantasy Football Week 11 Update: The Big Runners Return
Philadelphia Eagles beat off Jordan Howard (24) in an NFL football match against the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday, November 7, 2021 in Philadelphia. (AP Photo / Matt Rourke) #

Matt Braida (Bills RB) Long forgotten by a long history of injuries, Brida retired last week, scoring two touchdowns in a Buffalo defeat over the New York Jets. Of course, he depends on the touchdown, but he could become a regular player on the goal line for the best AFC team.

Fantasy Football Week 11 Update: The Big Runners Return
Buffalo Bills’ Matt Braida celebrates his second touchdown in the second half of an NFL football match against the New York Jets on Sunday, November 14, 2021, in East Rutherford, NJ. (AP Photo / Frank Franklin II)

Marcus Johnson (Titans WR) – With Julio Jones constantly injured and AJ Brown having a fickle season, Johnson became Tennessee’s QB favorite Ryan Tannehill. He hit the 100-yard mark last week against New Orleans, and it won’t be the last time he does.

Fantasy Football Week 11 Update: The Big Runners Return
Tennessee Titans defender Marcus Johnson (88) falls in front of Los Angeles Rams defender Nick Scott (33) at the start of a professional NFL football match on Sunday, November 7, 2021 in Inglewood, California. (AP Photo / John McCoy)

Rashod Bateman (Ravens WR) “We’ve been waiting for the former Gophers star to appear, and he finally showed up in Baltimore, hitting eight targets each in the last two weeks. He’ll be no worse off than Lamar Jackson’s No. 2 hitter in the future.

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Fantasy Football Week 11 Update: The Big Runners Return
Baltimore Ravens receiver at goal Rashod Bateman runs the ball against the Minnesota Vikings in the second half of an NFL soccer game on Sunday, November 7, 2021, in Baltimore. (AP Photo / Julio Cortez) #

Cam Newton (Panthers QB) – Newton authoritatively announced his presence – and with a loud “I’m back!” – Last week against Arizona. And this week he got a new job in Carolina. He has never been shy about calling his own number near the goal line and will be gone for the last seven weeks of the season.

Fantasy Football Week 11 Update: The Big Runners Return
Defender (1) Cam Newton of the Carolina Panthers celebrates a sideline win against the Arizona Cardinals in an NFL football game on Sunday, November 14, 2021 in Glendale, Arizona. The Panthers beat the Cardinals 34-10. (AP Photo / Jeff Lewis) #

Seated stars
Even if the giants of RB Sakwon Barkley is playing, you will not like to start with him against pirates. … Indie RB Jonathan Taylor is the only Colts player worth starting against Buffalo. … In Jacksonville, there is only one player worth starting against the resurrected 49ers: the running back. James robinson… … New England will keep the Falcons’ most effective player a secret: Cordarrell Patterson… … Detroit impasse T. J. Hawkenson has recently not been a legal entity and will continue to oppose Cleveland. … And the Packers’ defenses have been so strong lately that you might think twice before starting Vikings. Kirk Cousins or Justin Jefferson

Fantasy Football Week 11 Update: The Big Runners Return
FILE – This Sunday, October 3, 2021, photo from File: New York Giants running backwards Saquon Barkley (26) leaves the field after an NFL football match against the New Orleans Saints in New Orleans. A talented fourth year running back is likely to miss at least one or two games after spraying his left ankle in an accidental game early Sunday in the Giants 44-20 loss to the Dallas Cowboys. (AP Photo / Tyler Kaufman, file)

MATCHUP GAME
Pittsburgh will rely heavily on reverse running Naji Harris versus Chargers…. It’s the same with dolphins. Miles Gaskin against the Jets…. And Cleveland D’Ernest Johnson against the lions. … The passing combinations we love this week are Cincinnati. Joe Burrow-Ja’Marr Chase against raiders and mounts Justin Herbert-Keenan Allen against the Steelers … Also in line for the big weeks: Carolina WR DJ Moore against Washington (thanks to Cam newton), New England QB Mac Jones against Atlanta and the Miami Dolphins defense against the humble Jets again.

Fantasy Football Week 11 Update: The Big Runners Return
Pittsburgh Steelers running back Naji Harris (22) plays in an NFL soccer game against the Detroit Lions on Sunday, November 14, 2021 in Pittsburgh. (AP Photo / Keith Srakocic)

SEE INJURIES
It will be a classic Cardinals-Seahawks game of weakened quarterbacks. You should probably still start Kyler Murray and Russell Wilsoneven if they are likely to disappoint. … Cleveland QB Baker Mayfield is in a similar position after the last injury. … Last week, three pass catchers were injured to watch out for: Dallas Ceedee lamb, Washington Terry McLaurin and the Philadelphia Titend Dallas Goedert… … The list of controversial circumstances is long and includes the Giants’ Sakwon Barkley, The Saints Alvin Camara, Browns Nick Chubb, Chiefs Clyde Edwards-Helair and Seahawks Chris Carson), passengers (cardinals) DeAndre Hopkins, Steelers Chase Claypool, Giants Sterling Shepard, Pirates Rob Gronkowski and Antonio Brown) and quarterback (Pittsburgh Ben Rotlisberger).

Fantasy Football Week 11 Update: The Big Runners Return
Cleveland Brown quarterback Baker Mayfield (6) receives on-field assistance during the second half of an NFL soccer game against the New England Patriots on Sunday, November 14, 2021 in Foxborough, Massachusetts. (AP Photo / Steven Senne)

THE DEEPEST SLEEP
Jacksonville Jaguars may have finally figured out how to get the most out of Jamal Agnew… The wide receiver and special player, who made headlines in September when he got 109 yards back for a score, was sent to the rear last Sunday and paid dividends right away with a 66 yard touchdown. Will he have more work to do? What position is he applying for? Who cares? He is closest to the future hall of fame. Devin Hester… Good stash option for goalkeeper leagues.

Fantasy Football Week 11 Update: The Big Runners Return
Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Jamal Agnew (39) runs to touchdown against the Indianapolis Colts in the first half of an NFL football game in Indianapolis on Sunday, Nov.14, 2021. (AP Photo / AJ Mast)

CHOICE FOR THURSDAY
Patriots at the falcons (+ 6½):
Choose: Patriots 3

Fantasy Football Week 11 Update: The Big Runners Return
New England Patriots defender Mc Jones (10) (left) tosses the ball during the first half of an NFL soccer game against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, November 14, 2021 in Foxboro, Massachusetts. (AP Photo / Steven Senne)

LATEST NEWS
We’ll be updating our column based on the latest injuries and hints right up to the start of Sunday. Go to TwinCities.com/theloop.

You can hear Kevin Cusick on Wednesdays on Bob Sansever’s BS Show podcast on iTunes. You can follow Kevin on Twitter – @theloopnow… You can reach him at [email protected]

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