Week 11: Fantasy Football Add/Drop

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Coby Fleener, TE, Indianapolis Colts

The Colts tight end has exploded in his past two games, catching 11 passes for 221 yards and a touchdown. Fleener has an easy schedule coming up, with games against poor defenses like the Jacksonville Jaguars, The Washington NFL Team, and the Tennessee Titans. Mix that with Colts starting tight end Dwayne Allen’s gimpy ankle, and Fleener should have a few good weeks ahead of him. Fleener is owned in 57.6 percent of espn.com leagues and 26.8 percent of nfl.com leagues.


Isaiah Crowell, RB, Cleveland Browns

The Browns surprisingly cut Ben Tate on Tuesday, so Crowell should see at least half the carries going forward. Cleveland will play some porous run defenses like the Atlanta Falcons and Indianapolis Colts, so pick up Isaiah if you want to make the rest of your league eat Crowell. He is owned in 51.3 percent of espn.com leagues and 16 percent of nfl.com leagues.




Greg Jennings, WR, Minnesota Vikings

Jennings is somehow always on fantasy teams, but his production has not mirrored his reputation. He has scored the 59th most points out of all fantasy receivers this year, and is not at all worth a roster spot. Cut Jennings. He can no longer put the team on his back.
Jim Dray, TE, Cleveland Browns

A few fantasy owners have recently picked up Dray now that Browns starting tight end Jordan Cameron is out indefinitely with a concussion. Unfortunately, Jim has produced very little this year, catching only five passes for 99 yards over his past four games. Now-a-days everybody wanna talk like they got something to say, but nothin’ comes out when they move their lips, just a bunch of gibberish, and fantasy owners can forget about Dray.


Buy Low:

Ben Tate, RB, Minnesota Vikings

After his release from the Cleveland Browns, it appeared that the running back’s value had Ben Tainted. But now that Adrian Peterson has been officially suspended for the rest of the season, the Vikings have claimed Tate off waivers. With both Matt Asiata and Jerick McKinnon in the Minnesota backfield, it is unclear what Tate’s role will be going forward. However, he has the potential to be the running back that he was expected to be on the Browns. See if you can trade for him for a discount.


Sell High:

Jonas Gray, RB, New England Patriots

Gray went nuts last week. He carried the ball 38 times for 199 yards and four touchdowns. His name is Jonas, but he won’t be carrying the Patriots every week. The Patriots will play solid run defenses like the Detroit Lions, Miami Dolphins, and Buffalo Bills. Look to get good value for Gray by trading him to a Patriots fan in your league.