Fantasy Football Players to Drop Heading Into Week 11
Another week of fantasy football, another tough break for a lot owners on the injury front. Add in the fact some promising players disappeared, and we’ve got a few names that should no longer be on your fantasy roster:
Peyton Hillis served the New York Giants well for two weeks, but it’s the Andre Brown show in New York now, so Hillis is no longer needed in the Big Apple or on your fantasy team.
Heath Miller showed a lot of potential since returning from injury, but he’s proven to be a victim of a terrible Pittsburgh Steelers offense over the past month. There’s a better option at tight on your waiver wire.
Marvin Jones looked promising following his four-touchdown explosion, but then fell off in Week 10 in a game that saw 51 passes by Andy Dalton. Put simply, that ain’t good. Drop Jones now.
It’s official: Arian Foster will have season-ending back surgery, so those of you frustrated over his inconsistency this year can now have some peace of mind. Well, sort of.
Jake Locker is also done for the season with a Lisfranc injury that will doom the Tennessee Titans’ playoff hopes and that of Locker’s fantasy owners. Go ahead, bite the bullet and drop him.
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