Week 11 Start 'Em, Sit 'Em: Think Twice Before Starting David Johnson

Jim Cramer and Bill Enright run through the players your should get in your starting lineups or leave on your bench in Week 11.

Just three more weeks before the start of the fantasy football playoffs and the pressure is to have a mistake free starting lineup. That's why every week on Bull Market Fantasy Jim Cramer and I go through our award winning player rankings and reveal who we would get in our lineups or who we would leave on the bench.  Obviously it's all relative to the players you have at your disposal but our goal for the Start 'Em, Sit 'Em Lightning Round is to give you some quick info and statistical nuggets to help you make your tougher decisions. 

Jim and I run through nearly two-dozen players for Week 11, all of which have some question marks surrounding them; whether it's injury, match-up issues, recent performances, etc. We do NOT insult your intelligence and waste your time by saying "Start guys like Dalvin Cook" or "make sure Michael Thomas is in your lineup." That's lazy analysis and doesn't help anyone! Instead we go through players that we know people have legitimate questions about. 

Some of the players we suggest to start or sit include:

Quarterbacks: Derek Carr, Oakland Raiders- Kyler Murray, Arizona Cardinals-Kyle Allen, Carolina Panthers

Running Backs: David Johnson, Arizona Cardinals- Tevin Coleman, San Francisco 49ers, Brian Hill, Atlanta Falcons, Phillip Lindsay, Denver Broncos- Adrian Peterson, Washington Redskins- Jaylen Samuels-Pittsburgh Steelers

Wide Receiver: D.J. Chark, Jacksonville Jaguars-Michael Gallup, Dallas Cowboys-Mohamed Sanu, New England Patriots- Robert Woods-Los Angeles Rams- Jamison Crowder-New York Jets

Tight End: Jared Cook, New Orleans Saints-Dawson Knox, Buffalo Bills, Kyle Rudolph, Minnesota Vikings

Comments (3)
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JBJ1991
JBJ1991

Good stuff guys!

LetsGoEaglesSB52
LetsGoEaglesSB52

Now Howard is hurt :(

Jaime Eisner
Jaime Eisner

Editor

I agree. I'm not starting DJ this week.