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Week 11 Report Card
QB Teddy Bridgewater MIN: 158 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT = 10 points
RB C.J. Anderson DEN: 8 rec, 115 total yards = 18 points
WR Robert Woods BUF: 2 rec, 15 yards = 3 points
TE Richard Rodgers GB: 1 rec, 19 yards = 2 points
K Kai Forbath WSH: 1/1 XPM = 1 point
D/ST Chargers SD = 6 PA, 1 FR, 2 SACK = 16 points
Ryan Mallett | TEXANS (4% owned)
Set to face the Bengals, Titans, Jaguars and Colts in the nearing weeks, Mallett could see himself falling into fantasy lineups in need of QB depth moving forward. While he's not the best option on the board, he's one worth monitoring given his upcoming schedule.
Full disclosure: Mallett appears to have a bright future ahead of him, but that's not exactly what we're worried about at the moment. Adding Mallett in deeper leagues could seek benefits for those in quarterback trouble and are feeling lucky enough to trust a rookie quarterback despite facing four consecutive low-end defenses.
I'd take him over: Brian Hoyer, Blake Bortles, Robert Griffin, Zach Mettenberger
Jonas Gray | PATRIOTS (8.4% owned)
Rushing for 201 yards and 4 touchdowns on 37 carries, Gray's career performance was enough to almost singlehandedly tear apart the Colts' defense in Week 11.
While his must-add status remains in this weeks waivers, don’t expect him to reach anywhere near these totals in Week 12.
The Lions top ranked defense allows a league-low 3.0 yards a carry and 68.8 rushing yards a game, including just one touchdown in the last six weeks. Unless you're banking on the Patriots being ahead in the game early and often, this particular week could be Shane Vereen's chance to produce.
Full disclosure: Gray will be the hottest commodity off the waiver wire this week and is a solid RB3 stash nearing the fantasy playoffs.
I'd take him over: Tre Mason, Benny Cunningham, Isaiah Crowell, Branden Oliver
Chris Hogan | BILLS (.3% owned)
Managing at least five catches and 50 yards in four of his last five games, Hogan has become Kyle Orton's second favorite option in the passing game behind rookie Sammy Watkins. Chipping in two scores during that timeframe, Orton has looked for him in the red zone somewhat consistently over the past couple games.
Operating in limited yardage with plenty of targets, Hogan's PPR status remains worth a scout team add at the least.
Full disclosure: No means a must-add in smaller leagues, but for owners in need of receiving help, Hogan's .3% owned percentage should rise by the weeks end.
I'd take him over: Brian Hartline, Preston Parker, Stevie Johnson, Taylor Gabriel
Jacob Tamme | BRONCOS (.3% owned)
Tamme provides a sneaky pickup for owners that believe the Broncos' injury woes could force them into 'resting mode' in the final weeks of the season. As tight end Julius Thomas and receivers Wes Welker and Emmanuel Sanders continue to nurse lingering injuries, Tamme figures to receive a substantial increase in playing time down the stretch if they go in the direction of sitting their first tier receivers for the playoff push.
Full disclosure: Tamme is a deep-league add as he will continue to have fantasy value as long as Peyton Manning is throwing him the football. Don't expect consistent TE2 numbers, but becomes a must-add if Thomas misses any time.
I'd take him over: Marcedes Lewis, Garrett Graham, Lance Hendricks
Matt Bryant | FALCONS (19.5% owned)
After two consecutive four field goal performances, we're rolling the dice on Bryant to produce yet again.
Full disclosure: Facing a defense that allowed 14 fantasy points to Texans' kicker Randy Bullock just one week ago, Bryant's Top 5 potential in Week 12 for fantasy kickers doesn't appear to be too far fetched.
I'd take him over: Robbie Gould, Blair Walsh, Josh Scobee, Josh Brown
Green Bay Packers | @ MIN (28.5% owned)
Notables: Colts D/ST vs. JAC, Cowboys D/ST @ NYG