Week 11 Stealth Plays
Here are our predictions for Week 11 on a few under the radar players who should perform well based on the match ups for the week. If you are lacking depth at a particular position, give these guys consideration if available.
Shaun Hill - The new starting QB for the 49ers has an attractive matchup this week, at home, against the punchless St. Louis Rams, who should barely put up a fight defensively. In his 3rd week as the starter, the kinks in the offense should continue to smooth out for Shaun Hill.
Warrick Dunn - Earnest Graham is running at half speed with injuries, so it's very possible that Dunn sees the lion's share of carries this week against Minnesota. The Minnesota run defense is stout, but we think the dinks and dunks distributed by Jeff Garcia is what will enable Warrick to finish with an attractive bottom line.
Peyton Hillis - This week's starting running back in Denver is Peyton Hillis. We don't think that Tatum Bell will see much action initially. Besides, he'll be preoccupied with going through people's belongings in the locker room instead of focusing on the game. Hillis should be good for 70 yards if you are in a bind, and he can catch the ball too. Recall that he went 7/116/1 as a receiver a few weeks back.
Jason Hill - Last week we told you to keep your eye on Josh Morgan, and that call came through. This week, it's Jason Hill who gets our vote for super sleeper at the 49er WR spot. Jason is actually the receiver that QB Shaun Hill is most familiar with, as the two have connected on passes for quite a long time going back to the scout team. With Arnaz Battle and Josh Morgan out, it could be hill that goes bananas in a nice matchup against the Rams.
Michael Jenkins - In case you haven't noticed, the Atlanta passing game is for real. Though Roddy White benefits the most from the sudden rise of Matt Ryan, Michael Jenkins is getting his fair share of leftovers, which makes him a productive receiver fantasy wise. In a high scoring affair, Jenkins should come through again with respectable numbers.
Billy Miller - While Jeremy Shockey continues to nurse injuries and engage in conflict with team members, Billy Miller is quietly putting together a nice season fantasy wise. His productive ways should continue again this week as the Saints will look to lay it on the Chiefs in what could surprisingly be a high scoring affair.
Dolphins - We love the Dolphins, at home this week against the horrid Oakland offense. Traveling to the other side of the country won't help the already terrible Oakland team at all. Grab them if they are available. For all of our Week 11 Rankings, click HERE
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