I am so sorry to the fantasy owners who started the Packers on my recommendation. It is my goal to give you the best advice to make your fantasy teams successful. The Packers and Jaguars were 2 bad calls, but hopefully I made up for it with my Houston and Baltimore call. Both Houston and Baltimore scored double digits in week 10. This week my top add is the Miami Dolphins. Entering week 11 as a middle of the pack team defensively could have a nice day against the scoring impaired St. Louis Rams.
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Miami Dolphins 54%: The Miami Dolphins have one of the best matchups a team could have all season long. Other then playing the Cleveland Brown, the St. Louis Rams have been one of the worst offenses in football ranking 31st in total offense. Head Coach Jeff Fisher has finally pulled the plug on Case Keenum who has been arguably the worst starting quarterback in the NFL. First overall pick Jared Goff is now under center for the Rams. Reports have said that Goff’s development has been very slow, and it’s obvious the Rams were hesitant to start him this season but were really forced by Keenum’s bad play to start Goff. If Miami can get ahead in this game Goff will almost have to throw an interception. The Miami Dolphins are one of the top teams in interceptions with 9 so far this season. Todd Gurley has also been ineffective this season only averaging 3.1 yards per carry, and has scored 3 touchdowns so far in 2016.
Pittsburgh Steelers 41%: For all Cleveland fans, Sashi Brown, Hue Jackson, Someone within the Browns organization please draft a quarterback with the first pick. I hate putting Cleveland on this list every week but I can’t remove them. In week 10’s Thursday night 28-7 blowout loss to the Ravens Cleveland only managed 33 rushing and 111 passing yards. Cleveland’s offense is a mess, and hasn’t showed signs of improving. Cody Kessler was benched in favor of Josh McCown, then Kessler was named the week 11 starter and was labeled “our guy” by head coach Hue Jackson. This offense has just been horrible, and will remain on this list until they actually win a game.
Detroit Lions 12%: Coming off a week 10 bye the Detroit Lions host the Jacksonville Jaguars. Blake Bortles has been terrible this season, and Gus Bradley said he has no plans to bench Bortles. Jacksonville ranks 22 in passing yards and 26 in rushing yards. While Detroit is an average defense statically, Bortles is a meltdown waiting to happen every week. Jacksonville is one of the worst teams in turnovers with 19 this season.