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Here are 5 things to know about week 11 fantasy football!

Every single week, 300+ fantasy football players are using a lineup setting resource called the Heat Map to dominate their friends, set money-making DFS lineups, and cash in on player prop bets.


The Heat Map offers contextual analysis and expectations for every single player in every single game, every single week, so you know exactly what to expect from any player taking the field.


It's backed by 30+ hours of research per week, often leading me to interesting discoveries and nuggets that fantasy football players and bettors need to be aware of.


I share all of them in the Heat Map each week, but here are 5 interesting things to know before the week 11 fantasy football madness begins on Sunday morning!


By the way, if you want to give the Heat Map a try, I'm giving it away for just $1.99 this week!


🏈 Both Trevor Lawrence's career high and career low fantasy football performances happened against the Tennessee Titans.


In week 14 of 2021, he completed 24 of 40 passes for 221 scoreless yards and four interceptions, scoring just 1 single fantasy points, his current career low.


But then in week 14 of 2022, Lawrence completed 30 of 42 passes for 368 yards and 3 TDs, adding 7 rushing yards and 1 TD on 3 carries for a whopping 33.4 fantasy points, his current career high.

Week 11 fantasy football

🏈 Evan Engram is #1 on my Positive TD Regression Cheat Sheet with 55 catches and 446 yards but NO touchdowns.


Interestingly enough, his week 11 opponent—the Tennessee Titans—have allowed tight ends to catch 35 passes for 359 yards, but have NOT allowed a tight end TD.


Tennessee is the only defense in the NFL that has not yet allowed a TE TD.


🏈 Terry McLaurin has scored 13 or more PPR points in all 8 career games he's played against the New York Giants, including explosive outings of 24.5 (week 13 last year), 24.5 (week 9 of 2020) and 27.7 (week 2 of 2021).


🏈 Just 6 WRs all season (9 games) have been able to score 10 PPR points against the Jets. Stefon Diggs—who plays the Jets this week—was one of them, scoring 26.2 PPR points in week 1, the current season high against New York.


🏈 Just 3 running backs in 9 games have been able to reach 10 PPR points against the Eagles despite 10 of them handling 10 or more touches. Just 1 RB (Breece Hall) has been able to reach 15 PPR points.


By the way, if you want to give the Heat Map a try, I'm giving it away for just $1.99 this week!


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