Buffalo Wild Wings Update: Week Eleven

As predicted here last week, I fell in this league, as my win-one-week, lose the next week trend continues. So I am feeling good this week, but my time is running out. I just want to make the playoffs now because in this PPR league I do have some good receivers, and thus a chance.

The only moves I made this week of note were at PK and DT, and I went with the Saints in both cases. Actually, I also picked up Chris Ivory in desperation, so I’m all in on the Saints. Here’s my Week Eleven lineup:

QB: Tom Brady

RB: Adrian Peterson

RB: Willis McGahee

WR: Greg Jennings

WR: Mike Williams (TB)

WR: Jeremy Maclin

Flex: Malcom Floyd – Taking a shot here for upside

TE: Jacob Tamme

PK: Garrett Hartley

DT: New Orleans

I like my matchups this week for the most part, so I’m sniffing a victory in Week 11. I’m predicting 130 points.

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