We are onto Week 11 of the college fantasy football season and playoffs are either starting this week or are right around the corner for you so it is crucial that your lineup is set up properly heading into the weekend.
Even with six teams on bye liming the player pool for Week 9, there were still some big performances that left their mark from a fantasy standpoint, especially in the DFS realm. It all got started in a big way on Thursday night with Atlanta and Tampa Bay combining for 71 points and more than 850 yards of offense.
We are getting ever so close to the fantasy playoffs everyone. It is a nerve-wracking and exciting time of the season. I know my leagues are split 50/50 with top-tier teams and some underperforming dregs.
With six teams on bye, the injury report that fantasy owner need to pay attention to is (thankfully) lighter than it has been in previous weeks. However, plenty of players are shaping up to be the dreaded game-time decision.
By Week 9 of the fantasy football season, there are sure to be some disappointments in your lineup. Wide receivers and tight ends such as Allen Robinson, DeAndre Hopkins and Zach Ertz simply haven't been producing like fantasy owners expected them to on draft day.
At this point in the season, fantasy football teams are gearing up for playoff runs. It's also around this time that most teams’ running back situations are a complete mess. Between bye weeks and key injuries to players such as C.J.