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Week 11 DST Streamers

Week 10 was ugly heading into it, but a lot of the defenses we listed here outperformed their season averages. This is another week where a lot of your best options to stream are some of the worst defenses in Fantasy. In fact, we have three of the bottom four ranked defenses listed here. As you probably know by now sometimes it’s not about who the DST is so much is who they’re faced off against.

Week 11 sees the Falcons, Colts, Patriots, and Saints on a bye. As always the teams I name will be available in 50% or more Fantrax Leagues.

Week 11 DST Streamers

Denver Broncos

How about this stretch of football lately from the Denver Broncos? They followed up a 13-point performance against the Kansas City Chiefs with an eight-point game against the Buffalo Bills. That’s 10.5 points per game against two of the most explosive quarterbacks in the NFL. This week, they take on the Minnesota Vikings and a Monday Night Football contest that could see the return of Justin Jefferson. It’s another tough task with Kevin O’Connell potentially coaching himself to the Coach of the Year award. However, compared to Kansas City and Buffalo, Minnesota feels a step below them.

Houston Texans

I faded the Houston Texans last week, because of a tough matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals. I had been saying that the Texans’ DST has been decent this season and deserves more respect, but even I didn’t give them enough respect heading into that matchup. Even with Jamar Chase playing the Texans still put up eight points against the red-hot Bengals. They get a far easier matchup this week against the Arizona Cardinals with Kyler Murray and James Conner still shaking off the rust.

Detroit Lions

The Detroit Lions might be the most hot and cold DST I have ever seen. How bad is it? Let me put it like this the Detroit Lions have had zero games this season where they have put up 0-7 points. That’s right every game this season the Detroit Lions have scored eight or more points… except for the three games where they have scored negative points. Two of those games have come over the last three weeks, potentially making this a risky play, but against the Chicago Bears even with Justin Fields potentially returning, I expect Dan Campbell to get the Lions ready to play.

Washington Commanders

I know what you’re thinking, why on earth would I want to stream the 32nd-ranked DST? Well, before you jump down my throat, just look at who they’re playing. The Giants offense has stunk under Tommy DeVito. The Giants barely trust him to throw past the line of scrimmage, and even last week against Dallas they tried to help him out by giving him a litany of quick reads. However, DeVito frequently panicked and threw the ball away or took the sack. Things should be better if Matt Barkley gets the start, but I’m not sure how much better they actually get. It’s going to be ugly football down the stretch for the New York Giants. You might find yourself streaming a lot of defenses that face that offense.

New York Giants

I’d keep an eye on the injury report for the New York Giants this week because they could be missing a lot of key players from their impressive performance against the Commanders a couple of weeks ago. Kayvon, Thibodeaux, and Deonte Banks both left the Dallas game with injuries and the absence of Leonard Williams has also had a bigger effect on the defensive line than I anticipated it would, still the Giants had one of their best defensive performances of the season against the Commanders and good luck to put up the same type of output in Week 11.

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