Fantasy Football: 5 Players Ready for A Big Week 11
It’s unusual for Antonio Brown to have a bad game or not make an impact in a game so I expect Brown to do very well against a terrible Browns team. He gets so much attention on defense that teams end up double teaming him. It doesn’t matter about the double teams because Brown will still put up big numbers to help the Steelers each and every week.
Brown is such an incredible talent that he’s scored in all but four games this season. He can also burn you on special teams at a punt returner so you have to be aware of him at all times.
The Steelers seem to know to how draft great wide receivers their depth at that position is exceptional. Brown is in a class of his own at that position and has made the Steelers offense one of the best in the league for the past few years.
Brown and Steelers face off against the win-less Browns on Sunday so I have a feeling Brown will have another great game. My prediction for Brown will be 15 receptions for 150 yards and two touchdowns. The Steelers won’t have an issue with the Browns upsetting them this week.
If you could change anything about the way you drafted your fantasy team this year, what would you change? If you would change nothing, was it injuries that hurt your teams chances of making the playoffs this year?
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It’s always interesting to see how people draft in fantasy. Some people have strategies and go specific positions first. I learned to take running backs and wide receivers in the first couple of rounds because if you don’t have a decent run game, you won’t be able to find that many other decent running backs on the waiver wire.