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Week 11 Top 150s

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Not all leagues are created equal, and not all of them have starting spots designated for Flex players. But for those that do, we offer two versions of our Top 150 rank lists: One for standard formats and one for PPR formats. You might notice some peculiar rankings here, and that's because these are based solely from my weekly projections -- not an average of multiple points of view. So if a tight end is projected to get 20 yards and a touchdown, he'll be equal to a quality running back projected for 80 total yards. Thus, use these rankings as a starting point for your weekly research and use your own judgment to determine who you should consider starting.

Week 11 highlight: A Buffalo Bill in the Top 25 of both the standard and PPR flex rankings? Believe it -- Fred Jackson has been held down for a good chunk of the season, but he's right back in the Fantasy spotlight after a huge game in the Bills' win over the Lions. Jackson has had at least 20 carries in three of the Bills' last four games and has seen his reception total rise over his last three contests (14 total in that span). Jackson's workload is only going to get bigger as the Bills have lost rookie RB C.J. Spiller for a spell with an injury. With him gone and Marshawn Lynch old news in Buffalo, Jackson will work and get plenty of opportunties to help Fantasy owners going forward. A matchup against the Bengals certainly won't hurt him this week.

Look out for our Flex rankings every Tuesday with an update every Friday throughout the season.

Top 150 Flex Rankings
Name Pos Opp
1 Peyton Hillis RB @JAC
2 Chris Johnson RB WAS
3 Frank Gore RB TB
4 Adrian Peterson RB GB
5 Jamaal Charles RB ARI
6 Rashard Mendenhall RB OAK
7 Ray Rice RB @CAR
8 LaDainian Tomlinson RB HOU
9 Calvin Johnson WR @DAL
10 Roddy White WR @STL
11 Brandon Lloyd WR @SD
12 DeSean Jackson WR NYG
13 Fred Jackson RB @CIN
14 Arian Foster RB @NYJ
15 Terrell Owens WR BUF
16 Ahmad Bradshaw RB @PHI
17 Dwayne Bowe WR ARI
18 Hakeem Nicks WR @PHI
19 Dez Bryant WR DET
20 Marques Colston WR SEA
21 Mike Wallace WR OAK
22 Steven Jackson RB ATL
23 Zach Miller TE @PIT
24 Reggie Wayne WR @NE
25 Percy Harvin WR GB
26 Larry Fitzgerald WR @KC
27 Greg Jennings WR @MIN
28 Jeremy Maclin WR NYG
29 Miles Austin WR DET
30 Mike Williams WR @SF
31 Nate Burleson WR @DAL
32 Johnny Knox WR @MIA
33 Knowshon Moreno RB @SD
34 Michael Turner RB @STL
35 Felix Jones RB DET
36 Anquan Boldin WR @CAR
37 Santonio Holmes WR HOU
38 Darren McFadden RB @PIT
39 LeSean McCoy RB NYG
40 Mike Tolbert RB DEN
41 BenJarvus Green-Ellis RB IND
42 Thomas Jones RB ARI
43 Keiland Williams RB @TEN
44 Justin Forsett RB @NO
45 Vernon Davis TE TB
46 Chris Cooley TE @TEN
47 Andre Johnson WR @NYJ
48 Braylon Edwards WR HOU
49 Michael Crabtree WR TB
50 Steve Johnson WR @CIN
51 Nate Washington WR WAS
52 Maurice Jones-Drew RB CLE
53 Cedric Benson RB BUF
54 Danny Woodhead RB IND
55 Tony Gonzalez TE @STL
56 Todd Heap TE @CAR
57 Jermaine Gresham TE BUF
58 Rob Gronkowski TE IND
59 Marcedes Lewis TE CLE
60 Randy Moss WR WAS
61 James Jones WR @MIN
62 Danny Amendola WR ATL
63 Chad Ochocinco WR BUF
64 Mario Manningham WR @PHI
65 Pierre Garcon WR @NE
66 Kevin Walter WR @NYJ
67 Malcom Floyd WR DEN
68 LeGarrette Blount RB @SF
69 Shonn Greene RB HOU
70 Matt Forte RB @MIA
71 Willis McGahee RB @CAR
72 Jacob Tamme TE @NE
73 Jason Witten TE DET
74 Randy McMichael TE DEN
75 Kevin Boss TE @PHI
76 Benjamin Watson TE @JAC
77 Mike Thomas WR CLE
78 Brandon Marshall WR CHI
79 Arrelious Benn WR @SF
80 Wes Welker WR IND
81 Austin Collie WR @NE
82 Mike Williams WR @NO
83 Davone Bess WR CHI
84 Reggie Bush RB SEA
85 Jahvid Best RB @DAL
86 Hines Ward WR OAK
87 Steve Breaston WR @KC
88 Jabar Gaffney WR @SD
89 Roy E. Williams WR DET
90 Jacoby Ford WR @PIT
91 Mohamed Massaquoi WR @JAC
92 Santana Moss WR @TEN
93 Devery Henderson WR SEA
94 Lee Evans WR @CIN
95 Deion Branch WR IND
96 Mike Goodson RB BAL
97 Donald Brown RB @NE
98 Tim Hightower RB @KC
99 Chris Ivory RB SEA
100 Brandon Pettigrew TE @DAL
101 Aaron Hernandez TE IND
102 Kellen Winslow TE @SF
103 Spencer Havner TE @MIN
104 Brandon Gibson WR ATL
105 Ryan Mathews RB DEN
106 Beanie Wells RB @KC
107 Ronnie Brown RB CHI
108 Brandon Jackson RB @MIN
109 Darren Sproles RB DEN
110 Brandon Jacobs RB @PHI
111 Ricky Williams RB CHI
112 Dustin Keller TE HOU
113 Anthony Fasano TE CHI
114 Greg Olsen TE @MIA
115 Visanthe Shiancoe TE GB
116 Heath Miller TE OAK
117 Michael Jenkins WR @STL
118 Derrick Mason WR @CAR
119 Brian Hartline WR CHI
120 Robert Meachem WR SEA
121 Deon Butler WR @NO
122 Anthony Armstrong WR @TEN
123 Marshawn Lynch RB @NO
124 Jason Snelling RB @STL
125 Cadillac Williams RB @SF
126 Seyi Ajirotutu WR DEN
127 Steve Smith WR BAL
128 Earl Bennett WR @MIA
129 Eddie Royal WR @SD
130 Demaryius Thomas WR @SD
131 Chris Chambers WR ARI
132 Donald Driver WR @MIN
133 Toby Gerhart RB GB
134 Michael Bush RB @PIT
135 Chester Taylor RB @MIA
136 Zach Miller TE CLE
137 Jimmy Graham TE SEA
138 Brent Celek TE NYG
139 Delanie Walker TE TB
140 Daniel Fells TE ATL
141 Fred Davis TE @TEN
142 Joel Dreessen TE @NYJ
143 Early Doucet WR @KC
144 David Nelson WR @CIN
145 David Gettis WR BAL
146 Jordan Shipley WR BUF
147 Jordy Nelson WR @MIN
148 Patrick Crayton WR DEN
149 Brian Leonard RB BUF
150 Bernard Scott RB BUF
Top 150 Flex PPR Rankings
Name Pos Opp
1 Roddy White WR @STL
2 Adrian Peterson RB GB
3 Peyton Hillis RB @JAC
4 Calvin Johnson WR @DAL
5 Frank Gore RB TB
6 Brandon Lloyd WR @SD
7 Terrell Owens WR BUF
8 Chris Johnson RB WAS
9 DeSean Jackson WR NYG
10 Jamaal Charles RB ARI
11 Hakeem Nicks WR @PHI
12 Dez Bryant WR DET
13 Marques Colston WR SEA
14 Mike Wallace WR OAK
15 Larry Fitzgerald WR @KC
16 Miles Austin WR DET
17 Rashard Mendenhall RB OAK
18 Ray Rice RB @CAR
19 LaDainian Tomlinson RB HOU
20 Fred Jackson RB @CIN
21 Arian Foster RB @NYJ
22 Ahmad Bradshaw RB @PHI
23 Dwayne Bowe WR ARI
24 Reggie Wayne WR @NE
25 Zach Miller TE @PIT
26 Steven Jackson RB ATL
27 Percy Harvin WR GB
28 Greg Jennings WR @MIN
29 Andre Johnson WR @NYJ
30 Jeremy Maclin WR NYG
31 Mike Williams WR @SF
32 Nate Burleson WR @DAL
33 Knowshon Moreno RB @SD
34 Keiland Williams RB @TEN
35 Johnny Knox WR @MIA
36 Mario Manningham WR @PHI
37 Jacob Tamme TE @NE
38 Anquan Boldin WR @CAR
39 Santonio Holmes WR HOU
40 Steve Johnson WR @CIN
41 Randy Moss WR WAS
42 Danny Amendola WR ATL
43 Chad Ochocinco WR BUF
44 Mike Thomas WR CLE
45 Wes Welker WR IND
46 Mike Williams WR @NO
47 Darren McFadden RB @PIT
48 LeSean McCoy RB NYG
49 Michael Crabtree WR TB
50 Chris Cooley TE @TEN
51 Benjamin Watson TE @JAC
52 Felix Jones RB DET
53 Mike Tolbert RB DEN
54 Justin Forsett RB @NO
55 Jahvid Best RB @DAL
56 Braylon Edwards WR HOU
57 Nate Washington WR WAS
58 Kevin Walter WR @NYJ
59 Brandon Marshall WR CHI
60 Hines Ward WR OAK
61 Steve Breaston WR @KC
62 Jabar Gaffney WR @SD
63 Deion Branch WR IND
64 Vernon Davis TE TB
65 Jermaine Gresham TE BUF
66 Rob Gronkowski TE IND
67 Jason Witten TE DET
68 BenJarvus Green-Ellis RB IND
69 Danny Woodhead RB IND
70 James Jones WR @MIN
71 Pierre Garcon WR @NE
72 Malcom Floyd WR DEN
73 Santana Moss WR @TEN
74 Tony Gonzalez TE @STL
75 Todd Heap TE @CAR
76 Marcedes Lewis TE CLE
77 Michael Turner RB @STL
78 Maurice Jones-Drew RB CLE
79 Matt Forte RB @MIA
80 Reggie Bush RB SEA
81 Mike Goodson RB BAL
82 Arrelious Benn WR @SF
83 Austin Collie WR @NE
84 Jacoby Ford WR @PIT
85 Lee Evans WR @CIN
86 Brandon Gibson WR ATL
87 Randy McMichael TE DEN
88 Kevin Boss TE @PHI
89 Kellen Winslow TE @SF
90 Thomas Jones RB ARI
91 Cedric Benson RB BUF
92 LeGarrette Blount RB @SF
93 Shonn Greene RB HOU
94 Darren Sproles RB DEN
95 Davone Bess WR CHI
96 Brandon Pettigrew TE @DAL
97 Aaron Hernandez TE IND
98 Willis McGahee RB @CAR
99 Donald Brown RB @NE
100 Roy E. Williams WR DET
101 Mohamed Massaquoi WR @JAC
102 Devery Henderson WR SEA
103 Michael Jenkins WR @STL
104 Derrick Mason WR @CAR
105 Deon Butler WR @NO
106 Dustin Keller TE HOU
107 Anthony Fasano TE CHI
108 Greg Olsen TE @MIA
109 Visanthe Shiancoe TE GB
110 Heath Miller TE OAK
111 Ryan Mathews RB DEN
112 Ronnie Brown RB CHI
113 Brandon Jackson RB @MIN
114 Cadillac Williams RB @SF
115 Brian Hartline WR CHI
116 Robert Meachem WR SEA
117 Anthony Armstrong WR @TEN
118 Steve Smith WR BAL
119 Earl Bennett WR @MIA
120 Spencer Havner TE @MIN
121 Tim Hightower RB @KC
122 Beanie Wells RB @KC
123 Brandon Jacobs RB @PHI
124 Ricky Williams RB CHI
125 Jason Snelling RB @STL
126 Seyi Ajirotutu WR DEN
127 Eddie Royal WR @SD
128 Demaryius Thomas WR @SD
129 Chris Chambers WR ARI
130 Donald Driver WR @MIN
131 David Nelson WR @CIN
132 Daniel Fells TE ATL
133 Chris Ivory RB SEA
134 Marshawn Lynch RB @NO
135 Toby Gerhart RB GB
136 Michael Bush RB @PIT
137 Early Doucet WR @KC
138 David Gettis WR BAL
139 Jordan Shipley WR BUF
140 Jordy Nelson WR @MIN
141 Patrick Crayton WR DEN
142 Brent Celek TE NYG
143 Delanie Walker TE TB
144 Joel Dreessen TE @NYJ
145 Chester Taylor RB @MIA
146 Chansi Stuckey WR @JAC
147 Brandon James WR @NE
148 Zach Miller TE CLE
149 Jimmy Graham TE SEA
150 Fred Davis TE @TEN

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Colin Kaepernick a bust alert in Week 3
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(4:20 pm ET) 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick might be in line for a bad game in Week 3 at Arizona, and he's a bust candidate this week.

The 49ers would love to forget the first game in Levi's Stadium, especially Kaepernick. He passed for 248 yards and a touchdown and rushed for 66 yards, but he also had three interceptions and lost a fumble in a loss against the Bears.

He could always rebound this week against the Cardinals, and he has at least 250 passing yards and two touchdowns in each of his three career meetings with Arizona. But the Cardinals have done a nice job with their pass defense to open the season in containing Philip Rivers and Eli Manning, and the 49ers could be without Vernon Davis (ankle).

That would leave Kaepernick vulnerable, and another poor outing is possible on the road. He is not a Top 12 quarterback heading into this week.

For a complete list of Week 3 options, read my latest Start 'Em and Sit 'Em


Keenan Allen dealing with groin injury
by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(4:19 pm ET) Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen was limited in practice Thursday due to a groin injury. 

Allen was not listed on the injury report Wednesday, so the issue cropped up recently. It's unclear how serious the issue is at the moment.


Week 3 bust alert: Montee Ball
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(4:13 pm ET) We hope Montee Ball fares better than Eddie Lacy and Ryan Mathews this week since the Seahawks have knocked both running backs out in consecutive weeks.

Lacy suffered a concussion and Mathews was carted off with a knee injury. Ball has been OK at best through two games. He had 23 carries for 67 yards and a touchdown and two catches for 16 yards in Week 1 against the Colts and 12 carries for 60 yards and three catches for 29 yards in Week 2 against the Chiefs.

We know Seattle is a tough place to play and only two running backs in the past nine games there have reached double digits in Fantasy points -- Jacksonville's Maurice Jones-Drew and Tampa Bay's Mike James.

If the Broncos are going to win this game it will be with Peyton Manning, not Ball. We would sit Ball if possible in this matchup.

For a complete list of Week 3 options, read my latest Start 'Em and Sit 'Em.


Dexter McCluster able to practice in full
by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(4:12 pm ET) Titans running back Dexter McCluster was able to practice in full Thursday.

McCluster popped up on the injury report Wednesday with a foot injury. The fact that he was upgraded to full practice bodes well for his status Week 3. 


Jake Locker could struggle vs. Bengals
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(4:11 pm ET) Titans quarterback Jake Locker is not a recommended starting option heading into Week 3 at Cincinnati.

Locker was the talk of Fantasy leagues in Week 2 coming off a strong Week 1 performance at Kansas City and facing a suspect Dallas defense. Locker failed to deliver with 234 passing yards, one touchdown and two interceptions against the Cowboys.

We hope he can rebound this week against the Bengals, but it won't be easy. Cincinnati just crushed Matt Ryan in Week 2 with 231 passing yards, one touchdown and three interceptions, and the Bengals have now allowed just four passing touchdowns compared to 10 interceptions in their past four regular-season games. Locker might have the chance to earn Fantasy owners' trust down the road, but he's an easy quarterback to sit this week.

For a complete list of Week 3 options, read my latest Start 'Em and Sit 'Em.


Can't trust Fred Jackson in Week 3
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(4:10 pm ET) I'm a little concerned about Fred Jackson and C.J. Spiller this week given the matchup with the Chargers, who have been great in stopping the ground game through two weeks. 

Andre Ellington (13 carries for 53 yards) and Marshawn Lynch (six carries for 36 yards) were held in check, but San Diego has allowed three receiving touchdowns to running backs as Stepfan Taylor, Lynch and Robert Turbin have scored.

Jackson has played second fiddle to Spiller so far this season with just 19 carries for 85 yards and five catches for 40 yards in two games (Spiller has 27 carries for 122 yards and four catches for 20 yards and a touchdown). We'll see how the touches are divided this week, but Spiller has more upside than Jackson.

And in a tough matchup, even at home, we'd only use Jackson as a flex option in deeper formats.

For a complete list of Week 3 options, read my latest Start 'Em and Sit 'Em.


Ben Roethlisberger a risky starter in Week 3
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(4:09 pm ET) Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger might be a quarterback to avoid in Week 3 at Carolina.

Roethlisberger is off to another slow start for the second year in a row with 24 Fantasy points combined in his first two games against Cleveland and Baltimore. Last year, Big Ben had 25 points in his first two outings against Tennessee and Cincinnati before getting 20 points against Chicago at home.

A similar situation could unfold this week against the Panthers, but Carolina was able to contain Matthew Stafford in Week 2 and should have similar success against Roethlisberger. The Panthers have a 10-game streak of not allowing a quarterback to score multiple touchdowns, which extends back to Week 14 in 2012, including matchups with Matt Ryan, Tom Brady, Drew Brees, Stafford and Russell Wilson.

Roethlisberger will face a heavy pass rush in this game, and he is not a recommended starting option in most formats. 

For a complete list of Week 3 options, read my latest Start 'Em and Sit 'Em.


Frank Gore a Week 3 disappointment?
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(4:08 pm ET) Frank Gore has started off this season running well with 29 carries for 129 yards and a touchdown through two games against Dallas and Chicago.

He lost a touchdown to rookie Carlos Hyde in Week 1, but he doesn't look like he's slowing down yet.

This week, however, Gore is facing a tough task against the Cardinals. Arizona allowed Ryan Mathews to score in Week 1 and Rashad Jennings had 109 total yards in Week 2. But Gore was held to 13 carries for 14 yards at Arizona last year, and we expect him to struggle again this week.

It's hard to bench Gore in the majority of leagues, but don't be surprised if he's held to single digits in Fantasy points in this matchup.

For a complete list of Week 3 options, read my latest Start 'Em and Sit 'Em.


Chris Johnson not a good Week 3 option
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(4:07 pm ET) It should be a good matchup for Chris Johnson against the Bears, who have allowed a running back to score in each of the first two games with C.J. Spiller in Week 1 and Frank Gore in Week 2.

But Chicago hasn't exactly folded against the run like in 2013 (so far), and Johnson continues to share work with Chris Ivory, who has a better chance to score at the goal line.

In Week 2 at Green Bay, Johnson had 12 carries for 21 yards and one catch for no yards, while Ivory had 13 carries for 43 yards and a touchdown and one catch for 3 yards.

The Jets are also working in Bilal Powell on passing situations, and Johnson should have another down game. Ivory is the better Jets running back to trust when everyone is healthy.

For a complete list of Week 3 options, read my latest Start 'Em and Sit 'Em.


Tony Romo a questionable starter in Week 3
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(4:05 pm ET) Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo might be a quarterback to avoid in Week 3 at St. Louis.

At some point Romo is going to have a big game, and it could happen this week against the Rams, who he thrived against last season with 210 passing yards and three touchdowns. But the Cowboys showed in Week 2 at Tennessee they can win behind DeMarco Murray, and Romo was limited to 176 passing yards and one touchdown.

We're not punting on Romo yet for the season, but his slow start (just 24 Fantasy points combined in two games) is frustrating and easy to bench him if you have a better alternative. 

For a complete list of Week 3 options, read my latest Start 'Em and Sit 'Em.


 
 
 
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