Fantasy Football: Week Eleven Staff Must Start, Must Sit and Sleeper Picks

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Cyrus Geller

START: Tom Brady, QB – New England Patriots

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Brady is currently riding one of the hottest streaks of his career, and a Colts defense that ranks 27th against the pass will not slow him down. Expect New England to come out firing on Sunday night, as they have multiple matchups that they can exploit. Whether it is Rob Gronkowski against the safeties, or Shane Vereen against the linebackers, Brady and the Patriots will have a lot of success this week in Indy.

SIT: Reggie Wayne, WR – Indianapolis Colts

Wayne will probably be matched up with Darrelle Revis and Brandon Browner all game, which doesn’t bode well for his stats. Revis and Browner are both much better than Wayne is at this stage in their respective careers, so I don’t think we will be seeing much from the grizzled veteran. The only scenario where I see Wayne giving you enough for fantasy is if this game turns into a blowout, and he racks up some garbage points.

SLEEPER: Tim Wright, TE – New England Patriots

Wright’s stock has fallen since his explosion against the Bengals a few weeks ago, but I have a feeling Wright will be a big part of New England’s game plan this weekend. The Colts struggle mightily with covering tight ends, as their linebackers and safeties flat out stink in the passing game. Indianapolis will be paying extra attention to Rob Gronkowski in this one, which should open up a lot of operating room for Wright.