• Offensive Sleepers: Week 11 Edition

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    It can be hard to find sleepers each week. Let’s take a look at some players who could produce in the offensive sleepers Week 11 edition!

    If there is a last-minute injury, you may need to scramble to find a player to substitute. That is when this weekly article on offensive sleepers comes in handy. I use Sleeper's rostered percentage before the Thursday night game to look for offensive sleepers and use anyone under 35% rostered. Check out the offensive sleepers Week 10 edition!

    Week 10 I had another strong performance with all 3 sleepers performing above projection, Rhamondre Stevenson was a big win as he finished 44 spots ahead of projection and most likely helped managers win their matchup. The season sleepers have beat projections 21 out of 39 times (54%) and 7 of those 21 sleepers outscored their projection by 20 spots.

    Cole Kmet, TE, Chicago Bears - 22.5% Rostered

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    Cole Kmet has seen an uptick in playing time and targets with Justin Fields at QB. Kmet the last three games has had over 75% snap share and at least six targets in all three games. The Bears' next opponent is the Ravens and they are last against the pass, so there is an opportunity for the Bears and Kmet could be a big recipient of that.

    Marcus Johnson, WR, Tennessee Titans - 15.5% Rostered

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    Julio Jones is out for a few weeks so the second receiver opposite A.J. Brown is open and last game Marcus Johnson was the main recipient. Johnson played in 63% of the snaps and lead the team in receiving, along with targets. Houston gives up almost 250 passing yards a game so there should be plenty of opportunity for Johnson.

    Nico Collins, WR, Houston Texans - 6.8% Rostered

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    In his first game back Tyrod Taylor had a rough outing with three interceptions but did throw the ball 43 times. The Texans are consistently down but in this game, they were within a TD most of the game. Nico Collins, since coming back from injury, has 18 targets in four games and the past game had his highest snap share of 70%. Collins could see an uptick in a game where the Titans will most likely be leading all game.


    Those are my top offensive sleeper candidates going into the Week 11 of the NFL season. With Covid protocols, you never know when someone is not going to be inactive on game day. These offensive sleepers could help you fill in your starting lineups for week 11.

    Thanks for checking out my Offensive Sleepers Week 11 edition! They come out weekly each Saturday. You can read all my work on my IDP Guys Author Page and find me on Twitter @hayeb3

    Brandon Haye

    Dog & Craft Beer Lover. Go Browns, Jags, & Wolverines. Devy Dude for IDP GUYS and fantasy football analyst
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