Top StarStreet Values - Week 11
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Before we get into my picks for Week 11, we have a special guest making some picks for us as well.
Grant Gurtin, Founder of the new Fanium Fantasy Football and an avid DFS player (and analyst)
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Rather than choosing a few players at each tier, focusing on one lineup seems to be the best way to win. This lineup is used for many head to head match-ups and in multiplier tournaments. If you want to maintain a steady flow of cash, play the head to head games. But if you are looking to “go big or go home” try the multiplier tournaments.
Here is my lineup for this week.
|WR||A. Brown (PIT)||$11,900|
StarStreet’s scoring system is a full point PPR, which allows us to go cheap on running backs and have a successful week. Danny Woodhead is consistently in double digits, and is averaging 16 fantasy points per game. He is well worth the $10,600, especially paired with Andre Brown who is back as the Giants primary ball carrier at just $9,500.
Choosing to go cap heavy with receivers this week, but it is spread out in a beneficial way. Antonio Brown is a PPR superstar, T.Y. Hilton has had 262 yards in the last two weeks, Andre Johnson has resurged under Case Keenum and Kendall Wright is as consistent as they come in PPR formats.
Quarterbacks are tough this week, since Drew Brees and Peyton Manning both face off against two of the best defenses in the NFL in San Francisco and Kansas City, respectively. The two with the best value and good matchups are Case Keenum against the Raiders and Cam Newton against the Patriots. Newton has a low floor because of his rushing ability, and Keenum faces the Raiders, who have been torched through the air lately.