With injuries stacking up and teams on bye, Week 11 could create headaches for season-long fantasy football leagues. This gives you another reason to play NFL Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) this week.
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Now that you understand how Underdog Fantasy works, let’s get into the DFS football predictions series for Week 11!
Prop stats information for NFL DFS Week 11 picks are current as of Friday, November 19, at 11:00 a.m. ET.
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Tyrod Taylor, QB, Houston Texans @ Tennessee Titans
Over 224.5 Passing Yards
In his return from a hamstring injury, Tyrod Taylor didn’t look very good. However, like I said in multiple places, I truly believe it was a must-lose game for Houston, doing whatever they could to better their draft position. Regardless, Taylor still passed for 240 yards and has had a week to rest and prepare for Tennessee.
The Titans are playing well, but we shouldn’t pretend their secondary is any good. They still give up the sixth-most passing yards per game (267.9), and their secondary will give up plays when the pass rush doesn’t get home.
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Adam Trautman, TE, New Orleans Saints @ Philadelphia Eagles
Over 26.5 Receiving Yards
A preseason sleeper for many, Adam Trautman has finally awoken. While his snaps have been consistent, he is finally getting targeted in the passing game. He has over 30 receiving yards in four of his past five games, and he has totaled 24 targets over this stretch. As a comparison, he totaled two targets in the three weeks prior to that.
There is no team that has surrendered more receiving yards to tight ends than the Eagles (733), so look for Trautman to take advantage this weekend.
Dalvin Cook, RB, Minnesota Vikings vs. Green Bay Packers
Over 111.5 Rushing + Receiving Yards
Many want to discuss how good this Packers defense is. Let me tell you, if the Seahawks decided to run the ball every play or throw to the open players underneath, it would have been a very different conversation this week. The Packers, like many defenses, are daring teams to throw it underneath and run the ball.
While most teams haven’t been able to stay patient and do this, a Mike Zimmer-led Vikings squad is made for this approach. Plus, Dalvin Cook has had plenty of success against the Packers. Cook had over 200 yards the last time he saw Green Bay. He only played about half the snaps in their other matchup last season, but had a 191-yard day against the Packers in 2019.
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C.J. Uzomah, WR, Cincinnati Bengals @ Las Vegas Raiders
Over 29.5 Receiving Yards
While the role of C.J. Uzomah is inconsistent in this Cincinnati offense, he has a good opportunity to go Over this prop line this week.
In only nine games, the Raiders have given up the second most yards to tight ends this season (655). Uzomah has three or more targets in five of his past six games, so he should certainly see some looks this Sunday.
Given Las Vegas’ inability to cover tight ends, Uzomah should be able to convert these targets into a few nice gains, hitting the Over.
Patrick Mahomes, QB, Kansas City Chiefs vs. Dallas Cowboys
Over 0.5 Interceptions
Patrick Mahomes returned to form last week, posting a huge performance against the Raiders. However, the Raiders’ defensive strategy was puzzling, to say the least. I’m not sure who thought playing man defense against Tyreek Hill was a good idea.
Anyways, Mahomes will continue to play aggressive, somewhat careless football. He always gives defenses a couple of plays in which they could pick him off. Combine this with Trevon Diggs gambling on every route to get an interception, and Mahomes should throw at least one. He has thrown an interception in seven of his 10 games this season.