The top player stacks for Week 11 in daily fantasy

Pairing teammates can let DFS players double down on success. Dan Schneier has suggestions for Week 11.

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(AP Photo/Bill Kostroun, File)

(AP Photo/Bill Kostroun, File)

The top player stacks for Week 11 in daily fantasy

As always, we’ll start the column off by looking back at the daily fantasy stacks we used last week. Scratch that — can we throw out Week 10 please? Jay Cutler dropped a bomb on the fantasy world when he somehow found a way to score single-digit points against the Buccaneers defense. This is the same defense that we have been targeting and printing money against all season. The Ben Roethlisberger and Antonio Brown stack resulted in a reasonable return, but the Philip Rivers stack fell short.

No worries, the Week 11 slate looks a lot more advantageous for a number of reasons. As always, I would love to continue the conversation on stacks and other fantasy football musings on Twitter. You can find me @DanSchneierNFL. Let’s jump right into the Week 11 stacks.


Eli Manning, QB; Odell Beckham Jr., WR (Giants vs. Bears)

If this matchup were to take place before the Giants’ Week 8 bye, I would be running for the hills if you told me I had to play this stack. Now coming out of the bye, the Giants have handled two top-15 pass rushes very well. The Eagles had an elite pass-rush grade entering their matchup with the Giants in Week 9 and Manning went on to drop four touchdowns on them. In fact, Manning has thrown at least three touchdown passes in three of the past four games.

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Dan Schneier is a staff writer for PFF Fantasy, a former FOX Sports NFL scribe, and an auction format enthusiast.

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