Huge performances this week, with a running-back at more than 50 Fantasy points, and another above 40. We look back on the best performances in the perfect team, we take stock of the rankings by position after 11 days , and we offer you a few players to add.
[Format utilisé : PPR]
The perfect team
The undisputed king of this week is Jonathan Taylor, who literally trampled the Bills with his 185 yards on the ground and his 5 total touchdowns. He thus passed the 50 Fantasy point mark, and took the lead in the overall standings for the season. Big score also for Austin Ekeler, who totals 115 yards and 4 touchdowns and who becomes RB number 2 in Fantasy after this 11th daytime.
In the same match as Ekeler, his teammate Justin Herbert also shone. The QB throws for 382 yards and 3 touchdowns (1 INT) and he also ends up leading his team with 90 yards on the ground.
To see the most prolific WRs, you had to look to the game between the Vikings and the Packers. Justin Jefferson (8 receptions, 169 yards, 2 TD) and Davante Adams (7 receptions, 115 yards, 2 TD) engaged in a superb duel.
Elijah Moore confirms his rise to power with the Jets, because the rookie was again one of the few rays of sunshine for the franchise this weekend, with 8 receptions, 141 yards and 1 touchdown. At the tight-end position, Zach Ertz seems to have integrated perfectly with the Cardinals. He was a safe option for Colt McCoy, and finished with 8 receptions, 88 yards and a brace.
Difficult to do better than the defense of the Pats, which was impassable Thursday against Atlanta. In addition to leaving her opponent at 0 points, she signed 4 sacks, 4 interceptions and 1 touchdown.
The top 5 by position
|QB||Team||Pts Fantasy||RB||Team||Pts Fantasy|
|Jalen hurts||PHI||248.8||Jonathan taylor||IND||266.4|
|Patrick mahomes||KC||246.8||Austin Ekeler||LAKE||220.8|
|Tom brady||BORN||246.2||Najee harris||PIT||191.3|
|Josh Allen||BUF||240.4||Derrick Henry||TEN||187.1|
|Justin herbert||LAKE||229.8||By Andre Swift||DET||186.5|
|WR||Team||Pts Fantasy||YOU||Team||Pts Fantasy|
|Cooper Kupp||LAR||258.6||Travis Kelce||KC||185.5|
|Tyreek hill||KC||234.6||Mark Andrews||BALL||149.6|
|Deebo Samuel||SF||216.1||Darren waller||LV||124.0|
|Davante Adams||GB||199.9||Mike Gesicki||MIA||118.9|
|Justin jefferson||MIN||194.4||Zach Ertz||ARI||116.2|
|DEF||Team||Pts Fantasy||K||Team||Pts Fantasy|
Waivers: Players to add this week
Cam Newton (Carolina Panthers)
For his first tenure in 2021, Cam Newton seemed at ease, as if he had never left the Panthers. He thus gained yards in the air (189) and on the ground (46) and totaled 3 touchdowns. His mobility is a strong point in Fantasy and he should gradually improve his chemistry with his receivers.
Tyrod Taylor (Houston Texans)
Catastrophic for his return from injury in Week 10, Tyrod Taylor corrected the situation by leading Houston to a surprise victory over the Titans. Normally pretty safe, he can be a fallback in a favorable game against the Jets.
Other QBs to follow: Tua Tagovailoa (MIA), Andy Dalton (CHI)
Ty Johnson & Tevin Coleman (New York Jets)
Hit in the ankle, the rookie Michael Carter should miss 2 or 3 games. In his absence, Ty Johnson and Tevin Coleman are expected to share the work. The fact that there is no real leader blurs it, and the trend may have to be trended this week before taking a risk.
Rex Burkhead (Houston Texans)
What is interesting for Burkhead is the fact that he has carried the ball 18 times, which is a rather large volume of play. David Johnson also had some balls, but the favorable game against the Jets can be an interesting time to attempt a weeklong shot.
Other BRs to follow: Devonta Freeman & Latavius Murray (BAL), Jeff Wilson (SF), David Johnson (HOU), Boston Scott (PHI)
Marquez Valdes-Scantling (Green Bay Packers)
In the absence of Allen Lazard, MVS is the true WR number 2 of the Packers. Against Minnesota this weekend, he was the receiver most often targeted by Aaron Rodgers, and he responded with 123 yards and a long touchdown. This “big play” potential is attractive.
Cedrick Wilson (Dallas Cowboys)
With Amari Cooper and CeeDee Lamb uncertain for Thursday’s game against the Raiders, other players will be able to take advantage of the balls in attack. Cedrick Wilson, who is seen from time to time, is an interesting contender behind Michael Gallup, who would be the number 1 WR in this case.
Other WRs to follow: Nick Westbrook-Ikhine (TEN), Laviska Shenault (JAX)
Adam Trautman (New Orleans Saints)
The Saints TE has taken advantage of a favorable poster to release their best fantasy game of the season, and it is clear that its use has been more important in recent weeks. He is very regularly targeted by Trevor Siemian.
Other TEs to follow: Cole Kmet (CHI), Evan Engram (NYG)