FF – Get & Forget week 11

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- FANFOOD GET & FORGET week 11- 

 

 

The next edition of the FANFOOD GET & FORGET will be about the players that may be sitting there as FAs. Every year there are players that will emerge off the fantasy football waiver wire to be solid additions for a fantasy football team. Good work on the waiver wire involves knowing who is on the radar just before their stock goes through the roof after a huge game or a string of solid starts. Every Tuesday we will sift through the noise and point out some players that you should GET & the ones you can FORGET.

 

Here are ALL the 2013 FANFOOD GET & FORGETs

 

PRESEASON :

QB | RB | WR | TE | DST | 30-Late |

RB Handcuffs |

 

SEASON:

| week 1 || week 5 || week 9 |
| week 2 || week 6 || week 10 |
| week 3 || week 7 || week 11 |
| week 4 || week 8 |

 

 

Lets get to it!

 

NFL Injury Rundown

 

 

According to the Nashville Tennessean’s Jim Wyatt, Jake Locker’s right foot injury might be season ending. According to Wyatt’s source the injury appears to be Lisfranc and surgery is a possibility. Ryan Fitzpatrick would become the starter. He doesn’t hurt the offensive players all that much but hurts their playoff chances.

Jay Cutler had to leave the matchup with the Lions in the fourth quarter due to an ankle injury, but he probably should have left earlier since he looked hurt and even admitted he wasn’t able to make some of the throws. He will have further testing on his sprained ankle Monday, but no matter what it looks like the Bears are in good hands with Josh McCown as the backup.

Peyton Manning didn’t leave the game, but had to call a time out after a hit so he could stay in the game. He took a couple hits to the legs and you could tell he was hurting. The MRI revealed he aggravated the injury he originally suffered in Week 6, but has avoided a true setback With the next game against undefeated rival Kansas City it would take a significant injury to keep him off the field.

Vernon Davis left the game against the Panthers in the second quarter with a concussion. It was a big blow for the 49ers that have no other playmakers in the receiving game and it showed. Vance McDonald took Davis’ snaps, but ended up with no receptions. He is talented though and would have some appeal if Davis were to miss any time.

Tony Gonzalez injured the toe on his left foot and was seen limping after the game. When asked if he’ll be okay going forward, Gonzalez replied, “We’ll see.” He’ll have some more tests to determine the extent of the injury. Gonzo saw five targets and caught three for 29 yards against the Seahawks.

Stevie Johnson left the game with a groin injury and admitted that he is “unsure” of his Week 11 availability. If Johnson and Robert Woods (ankle) can’t play in Week 11 against the Jets, Marquise Goodwin and T.J. Graham would become their starting receivers.

Terrelle Pryor has a sprained MCL and says he felt “very sore.” It probably won’t keep him out next week, but without his tremendous speed it will be tough for him to have startable fantasy games since his passing has regressed of late. He had a tough game against the Giants completing just 11-of-26 passed for 122 yards and an interception.

Michael Floyd left the game with an acromioclavicular shoulder sprain and never returned. Coach Bruce Arians said Floyd should be fine for Week 11, but we’ll have to see how he does this week in practice. Andre Roberts stepped in for him and had a nice game.

Bears placed Charles Tillman on injured reserve/designated to return with a triceps injury. He can’t play for another eight weeks, so Tillman’s regular season is over. He had been battling injuries all season, but was still getting enough playing time to be a big part of their defense. The Bears are a matchup dream each week now.

Chargers FB Le’Ron McClain was forced from Sunday’s game against the Broncos with an ankle injury. With their offensive line hurting and now their lead blocker, the Chargers will face some real questions in the run game.

Seneca Wallace left the game against the Eagles in the first quarter with a groin injury. Scott Tolzien replaced him and performed well under the conditions, completing 24-of-39 for 280 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions. He has already been named the starter for their Week 11 game against the Giants.

Cowboys middle linebacker and defensive quarterback Sean Lee left Sunday night’s game against the Saints with a strained left hamstring. Matt Mosley of Fox Sports Southwest has been told they are looking at a 3-4 week timeline for his return at the moment. Dallas’ defense was already in shambles, but this is yet another blow. Without Lee they gave up a NFL record 40 first downs.

Other Injury Notes:

Texans cornerback Kareem Jackson left the Arizona game with a rib injury. . . . 49ers free safety Eric Reid sustained a concussion when he collided with bowling ball Mike Tolbert. . . . Chargers’ outside linebacker Larry English was forced from the Broncos game with a biceps injury. . . . Packers’ cornerback Casey Hayward reinjured a hamstring injury he’s dealt with for much of the season. . . . Eagles inside linebacker Mychal Kendricks sustained knee injury after tackling Eddie Lacy. . . . Brandon Browner left the game against the Falcons in the second quarter with a groin injury. . . . Chargers left tackle King Dunlap suffered a concussion. This is Dunlap’s third concussion of the season. It’s possible he’ll be shut down. . . . Eagles left tackle Jason Peters suffered a quad injury. He is riddled with injuries at the moment. . . . Cowboys’ linebacker Justin Durant had to leave Sunday’s game with a hamstring injury. Much like MRSA in Tampa Bay, hamstring injuries have infested Dallas’ locker room.

source: rotoworld

 

 

Here are some free agents that we think you should GET and ones you need to FORGET heading into week 11 of the season, followed by a recipe for Apple Jicama Coleslaw.

 

 

rankPlayer Position Team
1 Michael Crabtree WR SF
2 Jarrett Boykin WR GB
3 Tavon Austin WR STL
4 Mario Manningham WR SF
5 Doug Baldwin WR SEA
6 Cordarrelle Patterson WR MIN
7 Mark Ingram RB NO
8 Tyler Eifert TE CIN
9 Jerricho Cotchery WR PIT
10 Leonard Hankerson WR WAS

 

 

 

GET

Michael Crabtree

 

from 2MugsFF:
Michael Crabtree is my top pickup for week 11. The early estimates are that he will return at the end of November, which is just in time for the fantasy playoffs. Even if you’re stacked at wide receiver and don’t anticipate having to use him, it’s worth it to stash him on your roster to keep him off some other potential playoff teams.
 
from fantasyteamadvice:
Crabtree could be activated any time between weeks 12-16 depending on his rehab. He is an incredibly talented receiver, but it is fair to wonder just how quickly San Francisco will be rushing him back. I still consider him a stash in 10 and 12 team leagues for owners heading for the playoffs, but would put his odds at productive numbers no higher than 50/50.

 

FANFOOD SAYS: GET in ALL leagues

 

FORGET

Tavon Austin

 

from RTsports:
Tavon Austin isn’t a sure thing by any means but he is capable of the huge game because of his amazing speed and ability in the open field. He had a few big plays called back early in the season, which has hurt his numbers, but last week could kick start things for him going forward.
 
from Fantasy Knuckleheads:
With the Rams essentially out of contention in the playoffs, it’s hard not to like the prospects of WR Tavon Austin going forward. He’s always highly ranked in ESPN leagues, which is likely due to his return-yardage points. While he has had an up-and-down season in terms of receiving production, the Rams should start getting Austin more involved in the passing game going forward. With almost nothing to play for, it’s clear Austin and Kellen Clemens do have chemistry, even if Clemens is a step down from Sam Bradford.
 
from lesterslegends:
Tavon Austin caught two of three targets for 138 yards and a pair of scores against the Indianapolis Colts. He also returned a punt to the house. Great performance, but I am not ready to label him as roster worthy.

FANFOOD SAYS: Forget in 10/12 team leagues chase the stats in deep leagues.

 

 

GET

Mario Manningham

 

from fp911:
Another recovering player recently activated, Manningham could provide San Francisco with the field-stretching talent they have sorely missed this season. It will take him a game or so to get himself acclimated, but the added dimension he instantly provides the offense makes him worthy of roster consideration.
 
from rotoworld:
Mario Manningham caught three passes for 30 yards in Sunday’s Week 10 loss to the Panthers. Making his season debut, Manningham actually led the 49ers in targets with six. It speaks more to the state of the 49ers’ receiving corps than Manningham’s impact. Vernon Davis left with a concussion early on, Kyle Williams can’t play and Anquan Boldin hasn’t topped 90 yards since Week 4. Manningham looked healthy and sharp on a couple slants, but this passing game is going to struggle to support three pass-catchers. Despite clearly seizing the No. 2 wideout role, Manningham will be a WR4 type against the Saints in Week 11.

 

FANFOOD SAYS: GET and stash in ALL leagues, he could be a difference maker if your team gets in the FF playoffs.

 

FORGET

Doug Baldwin

 

from hattywaiverwireguru:
he is getting a solid amount of targets and if you are in a PPR league he should be considered for any injury spot starts or underperformers. The issue with Baldwin is if Percy Harvin is back then Baldwin can’t be started.
 
from rotoworld:
Doug Baldwin caught five passes for 76 yards in Sunday’s Week 10 win at Atlanta. Baldwin continues to show he’s a very underrated NFL receiver, both inside and outside. While filling in at Z for Sidney Rice over the last two weeks, he’s caught 11 passes for 151 yards with a touchdown. But with Percy Harvin (hip) fully expected back next week, the party is over. Baldwin can go back to waiver wires.

 

FANFOOD SAYS: FORGET in ALL leagues as he is going to loose his targets.

 

 

GET

Nate Burleson

 

from fantasyteamadvice:
If all goes according to plan, Nate Burleson (arm) will be activated for week 11 against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Former Lions WR2 Kris Durham will head back down the depth chart to accommodate the move, and Burleson will resume his customary role playing second fiddle to target and red zone monster Calvin Johnson. Owners in 12 team leagues will want to consider plucking Nate off waivers this week, as he was surprisingly effective in his 3 weeks of action before the car accident (19 receptions, 239 yards), and plays for a team that loves to throw the ball. Consider Nate a decent WR3 in 12 team PPR leagues, as he was seeing over 6 receptions per game early in the season.
 
from xnsports:
Burleson was a solid fantasy option as a third wideout during the first three weeks of the season. He had six or more receptions in each of his first three games while snagging a staggering 82.6 percent of his targets (19 catches on 23 targets) before breaking his forearm in a crazy accident involving a pizza in his car. While he was out, replacement Kris Durham seen six or more targets in four of six starts and averaged 10.5 points per game. In an offense with Calvin Johnson and Reggie Bush drawing the attention of the defense, Burleson will see accommodating coverage upon his return.
 
from topteamfantasy:
While wide-out Kris Durham filled in admirably after “Pizza-gate” forced Burleson out for several weeks, the Lions will likely insert Burleson right back into the starting lineup in week 11. With the Lions slinging the ball as often as they do, they can easily house two fantasy relevant wideouts. In fact, the presence of Calvin Johnson means Burleson will rarely, if ever, see extra attention from the defense. PPR players should be especially excited to know that Burleson saw 6, 7, and 6 catches in his first and only 3 games of the year respectively. He may not receive many looks in the redzone as the Lions possess a daunting redzone duo of Johnson and Joseph Fauria, but Burleson should see plenty of yardage to make him worth adding.

 

FANFOOD SAYS: GET in ALL leagues

 

FORGET

Cordarrelle Patterson

 

from fantasyteamadvice:
Patterson has been flashing his big play ability on special teams this season, and just caught a TD on 2 passes for 22 yards in week 10. Not very impressive numbers, so you may be wondering how his name makes this list? That would be thanks to his good buddy Jerome Simpson, who was arrested for DWI this past weekend. Thanks to a history which includes a felony drug plea deal, Simpson could end up missing time, and the biggest beneficiary would be Patterson. Right now, it is simply a situation to monitor, unless you are in a 16 team league where every deep league WR is a must add.
 
from rotoworld:
Cordarrelle Patterson caught two passes for 22 yards and a touchdown in Minnesota’s Week 10 win over the Redskins. The offensive touchdown was the first of Patterson’s NFL career, though his special-teams prowess had the Redskins avoiding him on kickoffs. Despite Washington’s show of respect for the rookie playmaker, the Vikings dialed up just four looks for him on offense. Patterson has 28 total targets through nine games.

 

FANFOOD SAYS: FORGET in ALL leagues because of his QB, or lack there of.

 

 

GET

John Carlson

 

from RTSports:
Don’t overlook John Carlson. He plays in a bad passing game but he has a track record of some success in a starting role and was heavily targeted in his first start of the season. He could be a good spot starter at tight end the rest of the way. The Vikings normally give their tight end plenty of targets on a weekly basis.
 
from fantasyfootballfreaks:
There is suddenly reason to be optimistic about the Vikings TE. That optimism comes from an expanded presence now that Kyle Rudolph is out for 4-6 weeks. It also helps that he just had a big game against the Seahawks pulling down 7 passes for 98 yards and a TD. Only time will tell if he can stay productive. We just have to see it first, considering that the last time he caught a TD (excluding playoffs) was week 3 of the 2010 season.
 
from lesterslegends:
John Carlson caught all seven of his targets for 98 yards and a touchdown against the Washington Redskins. He did look good, but it was his first good fantasy performance since Week 3 of the 2010 season.
from hattywaiverwireguru:
he is actually not a bad option and looked stout on Thursday. If you are in dire need Carlson does have the upside.

 

FANFOOD SAYS: GET in ALL leagues looking for a bye week or injury replacement

 

FORGET

Mark Ingram

 

from 2MugsFF:
There are a lot of negative sentiments in the fantasy community about Mark Ingram, but Ingram looked slimmed down and was running harder than ever against Dallas on Sunday Night. Early in the game, Saints fans could be heard booing him. By the end of the game though, Ingram had tallied up 145 rushing yards and a touchdown. Don’t write Ingram off just yet. Many did the same thing with Knowshon Moreno and C.J. Spiller after slow starts to their careers.
 
from hattywaiverwireguru:
people are going to get excited when they see Ingram’s stat line, but keep in mind that came in garbage time and he is still part of a huge RBBC. You can stash him, but wait to start him for sure.
 
from footballdocs:
There actually was a Mark Ingram sighting on Sunday. He posted a career best (not really saying much there BTW) of 145 rushing yards and a TD on 14 carries. Pierre Thomas still was the feature back, and the Saints could pretty much do anything they wanted against the beat-up Cowboys. However, we know many of you are fighting for your RB lives in very deep, competitive leagues, so we wanted to be sure to bring Ingram and what he did to your attention. Surprisingly, Ingram is already owned in 54% of fantasy leagues.
 
from xnsports:
Week 10 line: 14 carries for 145 yards, one touchdown, two catches for 15 yards – 24 PTS. It needs to be said, but don’t do it. Don’t buy into this being the real Mark Ingram. He had just three carries for 15 yards at halftime, as the Saints built a 28-10 lead. With Sean Lee leaving with an injury and the Cowboys already defeated, he cleaned up in the second half. Even in an explosive offense like the Saints have, Ingram is nothing more than a mop up option.

 

FANFOOD SAYS: FORGET and don’t chase the numbers, he is not going to be a trustworthy starter each week.

 

 

GET

Jerricho Cotchery

 

from lesterslegends:
Jerricho Cotchery caught both of his targets for 31 yards and a score against the Buffalo Bills. That’s four scores in two games. Might be worth a look for bench depth.
 
from hattywaiverwireguru:
I have been singing his praises weekly and is a legit end-zone target for Big Ben. If you are in a TD league and need a WR to fill a hole then Cotchery is worth gambling on.
 
from footballdocs:
Cotchery continued his TD surge with another one on Sunday, bringing his total to 4 TDs in just 2 weeks. He also had 31 yards on 2 receptions, but it’s the redzone production that gets the fantasy attention. Cotchery has made strong in-roads with Big Ben and has been a favorite target for him in the end zone. Again, QB-WR is tough to predict but easy to watch on game tape. Cotchery is owned in 7% of fantasy leagues.

 

FANFOOD SAYS: GET in all Deep leagues, why not?

 

FORGET

Rob Housler

 

from lesterslegends:
Rob Housler caught four of five targets for 57 yards and a touchdown against the Texans. There are other options out there.

fro juanelway:
Rob Housler was a preseason favorite of mine to breakout, but it took him 10 weeks to get it going. He finished with 4/54/1.

from rotoworld:
We’ve always known Rob Housler had gobs of athleticism and is a strict pass-catching tight end. But his role in the offense is in constant flux. He’s starting to get more consistent looks now, averaging 4.0 catches for 39.0 yards with one touchdown over the last four weeks. Housler had something of a breakout game in Week 10, catching four passes for a season-high 57 yards with his first career touchdown. “It should be a great confidence boost for him,” coach Bruce Arians said. “Carson was looking for him a number of times.” And if Michael Floyd (AC sprain) sits in Week 11, there will be more chances to go around.

 

FANFOOD SAYS: FORGET in all leagues, unless you are desperate for a TE fill in.

 

 

 

DST Streamer week 11:

 vs JAX

 

from Fantasy Knuckleheads:
The Arizona Cardinals defense is currently owned in just 31% of all ESPN leagues, although this unit’s credentials should be generating more respect among fantasy owners. They now rank 13th in total defense, and are 12th in scoring defense. Arizona has been particularly stout against the run, with a ranking of third in that category. They have surrendered just 87 rushing YPG this season, have allowed only three TDs, and they just limited Houston’s RBs to 63 yards in Week 10. The Cardinals have also produced 20 takeaways, which is the NFL’s fourth highest total, are tied for fifth with 12 INTs, and have sacked opposing QBs 26 times. Plus, they now have the opportunity to line up against the NFL’s most feeble attack, as Jacksonville currently ranks dead last in total offense and scoring offense, and they’re just 31st in rushing. Anyone who would prefer streaming a defense this week should secure this very capable group.
 
from sbnation:
Anyone who regularly checks back to see top streaming options among team defenses has noticed a common theme — pick the defense playing opposite the Jaguars. Though the Jaguars played their most complete game of the season last week versus the Tennessee Titans, they will have an even more daunting task against an underrated Arizona Cardinals defense that will make Chad Henne and company air it out. The Cardinals have been stout up front, allowing just 87 rushing yards per game and notching 26 sacks on the season. Their secondary has given up a few big plays, but presents the threat of making a few of its own after picking off 12 passes on the year. They’ll dare Henne to throw, and versus a Jaguars team that has allowed the fourth-most sacks in the league, the Cardinals could be in store for a few takeaways.
 
from thefakefootball:
Chad Henne and company still managed to hand eight fantasy points to the Tennessee defense last week. The Titans, despite pulling off the incredible feat of allowing the Jags toUSA TODAY Sports-Archive put up 29 points, were still a top-12 Week 10 defense.The Cardinals’ defense has been borderline elite through swaths of 2013, not that that matters against Jacksonville. Arizona’s top-10 pass coverage should wreak havoc on the Jaguars’ lifeless air attack. Even if Henne keeps the turnovers to a minimum, the Cards will prove their worth with something around a handful of sacks. Arizona is available in about 18 percent of leagues.

 

FANFOOD SAYS: GET and PLUG & PLAY week 11

 

 

but don’t just take our word for it, see what other’s have to say.

 

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Here are some great links to articles for you to use for waiver wire advice

Here are some great links to articles for you to use for waiver wire advice

Fantasy Pros

The Fake Football

Fantasy Sharks 10 Names to Know

4for4 Waiver Wire Watch week 11

FF today Waiver Wire Power Ranks

Fantasy Football Freaks

BrunoBoys.net top waiver wire adds for Week 11 - QB | RB |WR | TE | K | DEF

 

 

 

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Apple Jicama Coleslaw

 

This very simple coleslaw recipe is extra crunchy and refreshing thanks to the additions of apples and jicama to the traditional cabbage. The dressing is made from only a few ingredients, but works perfectly with this combination of fruit and vegetables.

 

INGREDIENTS

1 pound green cabbage, sliced into 1/4-inch strips
1 small jicama (about 1 lb), sliced into 1/4-inch strips on a vegetable slicer
2 Fuji apples, sliced into 1/4-inch strips on a vegetable slicer
For the dressing:
1/3 cup pineapple juice
2/3 cup mayonnaise
2 tsp sugar
1/4 tsp cayenne pepper, or to taste
salt and fresh ground black pepper to taste
1/2 cup crushed corn nuts

 

PREPARATION

 

Whisk together the dressing ingredients in a large mixing bowl.
Taste and adjust the sweetness and spiciness if so desired.
Add the cabbage, jicama, and apple.

Toss until coated.
Best if dressed within 30 minutes of serving, so it stays crisp and fresh.
Taste for seasoning and toss again right before serving. Garnish with crushed corn nuts.

 

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