Every week we will bring you our advice on which signal-callers have the potential to help your fantasy teams win. We will look at the previous weeks’ performances, the quarterbacks’ supporting cast, the matchup, and smart statistical insights to offer you the clearest picture of which QB to pick up from your waiver wire.
Nailed it! What a week we had in Week 10 with not only correctly recommending the QB1 fantasy performer to stream at quarterback, but our other two alternatives also posted top-15 finishes. The star of the show in his last week of eligibility was of course Justin Fields (38.38 fantasy points in Yahoo! leagues), who was phenomenal in defeat to the Lions, running for another 147 yards plus two rushing scores to go along with his two passing touchdowns. Fields is now over 90% rostered, what a story.
Consistently reliable options Daniel Jones (19.28 fantasy points) and Marcus Mariota (18.72 fantasy points) did their jobs with productive scores thanks to their dual threat prowess in plus matchups against the Texans and Panthers respectively. Jones is a solid option going forward as a streaming quarterback. One thing to note is that Desmond Ridder is waiting in the wings in Atlanta and Mariota could be one game away from oblivion.
|QB||Matchup||% Rostered (Yahoo!)||Fantasy Points|
|Justin Fields, Bears||CHI vs. DET||69%||38.38|
|Daniel Jones, Giants||NYG vs. HOU||41%||19.28|
|Marcus Mariota, ATL||ATL vs. CAR||32%||18.72|
Now, let’s look at the lay of the land for Week 11. Remember, the caveat is that our recommended players for streaming are less than 70% rostered in Yahoo! leagues.
The following teams are on bye this week – Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Tom Brady), Seattle Seahawks (Geno Smith), Miami Dolphins (Tua Tagovailoa), Jacksonville Jaguars (Trevor Lawrence).
|QB||Matchup||% Rostered (Yahoo!)||Projected Fantasy Points|
|Matthew Stafford, Rams||LAR at NOS||54%||13.40|
|Daniel Jones, Giants||NYG vs. DET||67%||18.59|
|Marcus Mariota, ATL||ATL vs. CAR||32%||17.88|
“Where You Go, Matthew?”
Matthew Stafford, Rams at Saints
This is one to watch as we are still dealing with Matthew Stafford stuck in the concussion protocol at the time of writing. However, if he does indeed play then he is the obvious choice to stream given the Rams’ season is on the line and the Super Bowl Champions face a Saints defense that is unravelling before our eyes. It will be tough without Cooper Kupp, who went on IR this week, but Stafford had shown improved chemistry with Allen Robinson and his favorite deep target, Van Jefferson is back in the lineup scoring touchdowns. There is enough for us to believe.
Ridiculous throw and catch from Matthew Stafford to Allen Robinson 🤯
— Billy Heyen (@BillyHeyen) November 6, 2022
“This Is Your Team, Son”
Daniel Jones, Giants vs. Lions
Brian Daboll has inspired his quarterback to lead this team to a fantastic 7-2 record going into Week 11. Daniel Jones has embraced the new offense and has bought into how Daboll has squeezed the best out of him on the ground and through the air. Jones has contributed six touchdowns in his last four games and will face a terrible Lions defense that’s allowing the most points to quarterbacks in fantasy in 2022. It’s a no brainer to start him this week with confidence.
Daniel Jones to Darius Slayton for a 54 yard Giants touchdown!!! pic.twitter.com/Qfc43e8wDj
— Bobby Skinner (@BobbySkinner_) November 13, 2022
“Why Can’t I Quit You?!”
Marcus Mariota, Falcons vs. Bears
Oh dear, here we are again. But can you blame us?! A dearth of options has forced us back to Marcus Mariota, who put up a solid effort in Week 10 and follows it up with a healthy matchup against a porous Bears defense. The former Oregon signal caller is averaging 15.50 fantasy points per contest and he has 17.70 or more fantasy points in four of the past six games. One of the main reasons is the increase in passing attempts – Arthur Smith has dialled up at least 27 passing attempts in the last three games. We like this. We want more of this.
— NFL (@NFL) November 11, 2022