By: Scott Mellgren ( @MNSportsGuru93 )
Week 10 of NFL football was amazing once again. Week 11 of the NFL season is now here.
In such a wild world we are living in it is nice to see that the NFL has been able to deliver week in and week out with very few hiccups here and there and the icing on the cake?
The Vikings may have won in Soldier Field on Monday Night Football. But, upsets are expected each week. The NFL world is what makes fantasy leagues all the juicier.
11 Weeks of football as already passed. However, as it’s getting to be crunch time in fantasy football leagues I once again will bring you pivotal information to help you acknowledge lineups, last minue-trades, or start/sits.
Here, I bring you my weekly returning players who should be started immediately or not based on how their backup has been doing in their absence.
- Calvin Ridley
Calvin Ridley has been very good for fantasy this year. As PFF projected him + Julio to make out to be.
Although, if there is one thing we’ve seen from Ridley when he is on the field–it is that you have to play him when he’s active and also that he can a lot of the time be the reason why you win or lose your fantasy week.
He started 2020 as the best WR in all of football, then he cooled down, as Chris Godwin did in the NFC South.
These No. 2 NFC South WRs have had the best success for No. 2 WRs in the NFL over the last two years. It’s not close.Tweet
So if I have him starting and more so if I have him in, I am also trying to trade him for more proven players who show up consistently and aren’t turbulent. Just my 2 cents.
- Andy Dalton
Dalton is not a guy to start in any situation, however, he is worth a pickup. On second thought if you’re in a 2QB Superflex league I’d throw a dart and pick him up this week.
Everybody knows the weapons in Dallas with three very capable WRs on offense and Zeke Elliot getting the touches, Dalton has the players to succeed. It’s just a shaky situation.
He’s definitely worth picking up but I’m not starting him unless I’m very desperate.