Fortunately, most of the big name runners still have a reason to play this week.
It’s a good week to have an elite runner. Most of the heavy hitters have strong matchups.
There are a lot of familiar names at the top of the running back list this week, but the second tier of players feature a bunch of sneaky plays.
On paper, Ezekiel Elliott has his toughest matchup of the year. Find out where he’s ranked for Week 11, along with 48 other runners.
Between injuries and tough matchups, it’s a miserable week for running backs. Get all our Week 7 running back rankings now.
Which September call ups can help you kick some ass this #fantasybaseball season? Jimmy Ayello knows.
Line your closers up for the final few weeks. Who has a chance to sneak some saves from some notable names?
It’s never a bad thing to keep an eye on the minor leagues. To find out who is the next one up, read Jim Ayello’s prospect watch.