Week 11 is upon us and since its Wednesday that means its time for the ADDS and DROPS
Week 11 ADDS
Jon Kitna (QB): Kitna is once again an add after he threw for well over 300 yards and 3 TD’s against the Giants last week. The Cowboys offense is very intense with three top tier wideouts, a top pass catching TE, and a game breaking RB and Kitna has the keys to the car. Turnovers have always been a problem for Kitna but the potential of big TD games in that offense is worth the add.
Fred Jackson (RB): Jackson is another one who is coming off a huge Week 10 game and he clearly has the starting job alll to himself as rookie CJ Spiller has been parked on the bench lately. An asset in both the passing and running game, Jackson should especially have the attention in PPR leagues.
Sidney Rice (WR): Rice shockingly was dropped in quite a bit of fantasy football leagues after he got injured in the preseason but he getting close to returning to the lineup. No doubt Rice will be limited at first but he was one of the best playmakers in all of fantasy football last season. Check your wire as you might be surprised to see him sitting there.
Mario Manningham (WR): Manningham will start once again this week as Steve Smith will sit with his injured pectoral muscle. Last season was Manningham’s breakout season and he has a knack for making big plays. The Giants’ passing offense has been tremendous all season and the Eagles pass defense is shaky rightr now. Smith is no certainty to return even next week so Manningham might help more than you think.
Week 11 DROPS
Thomas Jones (RB): The Chiefs have stumbled lately and so the time is now for Todd Haley to stop fooling around and let Jamaal Charles take the majority of carries. Charles is clearly the more superior player and Jones was phased out of the offense last week. Look for that to continue.
Ryan Torain (RB): Torain sat out Monday Night’s disgrace against the Eagles and now Clinton Portis is likely to return this week. He did well with the starts he got in place of Portis but not the backfield is likely to get muddled again and Torain is hurt.
Donovan McNabb (QB): McNabb is not even worth keeping on the bench as injury insurance and its amazing the Redskins gave him a cotract extension in general. He has been very disappointing with Washington so far but in his defense, McNabb doesnt have nearly the playmakers around him that he did while he played with the Eagles.
Tony Moeaki (TE): Moeaki caught only one pass in a game where QB Matt Cassell tossed four TD’s and that is surely a sign of where he stands in the offense. Moeaki has done some good things this year but he has not been a difference at this point.