Week 11 is here and there are several tier 2 quarterbacks out there that could be riding your bench that could give your fantasy team a huge boost as your league’s playoffs are approaching. Nick Foles, Robert Griffin III and Russell Wilson are your Week 11 fantasy quarterback sleepers.
Nick Foles- When you have thrown for 16 touchdowns and no interceptions, you deserve to be considered a must start in fantasy leagues. Not only has Nick Foles done this in his 7 appearances this season, but he has completed 63.2% of his passes for 1,256 yards and did I mention no interceptions? Foles’ matchup for Week 11 is quite favorable, as the Philadelphia Eagles will take on the porous Washington Redskins secondary that ranks 7th worst in the NFL. Fantasy owners who may have picked him up as a backup can definitely expect him to produce strong fantasy numbers this week.
Robert Griffin III- Fantasy owners can expect a high scoring game from the Philadelphia Eagles and Washington Redskins in Week 11. RGIII is coming off one of his best games of the season, passing for 281 yards and three touchdowns and rushing for 44 yards against the Minnesota Vikings in Week 10. He will face an even more struggling secondary in the Eagles, who rank second worst in the league. RGIII owners, who rightfully have been more than disappointed this season, can expect the young star to string together strong back-to-back fantasy performances for the first time this season.
Russell Wilson- This Sunday marks a day that Seahawks fans have been waiting for since March, Percy Harvin’s debut. Second year quarterback Russell Wilson has been very impressive again this season, throwing for 17 touchdowns and just 6 interceptions on the season. With the extremely explosive Harvin back in the lineup and a more than favorable matchup in the Minnesota Vikings, Wilson has the ability to put up very solid fantasy numbers in Week 11. The Vikings secondary ranks 4th worst in the league, allowing an average of 287.9 yards through the air to opposing teams. Give Russell Wilson the nod this Sunday.