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Consensus Week 11 start/sits

Greetings from northern Virginia where I'm enjoying time with the fam and dispatching this week's consensus picks for Week 11's starts and sits. As usual I've gone through the experts' start/sit links and tallied up the players with the most votes - they're listed below in no particular order.

Good luck!

QB
Start: Carson Palmer, Jay Cutler, Matt Ryan, Alex Smith
Sit: Joe Flacco, Andy Dalton

RB
Start: Reggie Bush, Marshawn Lynch, James Starks, Kendall Hunter
Sit: Cedric Benson, Beanie Wells, LeGarrette Blount, Chris Johnson

WR
Start: Jordy Nelson, Denarius Moore, Laurent Robinson
Sit: DeSean Jackson, Greg Little, Roddy White

TE
Start: Kellen Winslow, Vernon Davis
Sit: Jermaine Gresham

DST
Start: 49ers, Cowboys, Jags
Sit: Eagles, Chargers, Titans

Kicker
No consensus for start or sit

Comments

Unknown said…
What do you think about Vince Young this weekend against the Giants, he is 2-0 against them in his career and he has a good team around him with a bad record? How will he do fantasy wise too?
Anthony
http://anthonyaltamura.wordpress.com/
Anonymous said…
As a Giants fan, I can just about guarantee VY will do better than most NFL analysts expect. We have a habit of making backup QBs look very, very good.

As far as fantasy numbers go, I'd peg VY in the 20-24 point range. IMHO, he'll get a rushing TD, 50-60 yards on the ground and then quite a few passing yards on screens to McCoy.

Noah
Jersey City
columbusbuck said…
I'm nervous about Earl Bennett this week. Should I stick with him or go with Breaston, D Nelson, or S Rice?

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