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NFL Week 11 Fantasy Football: Top Quarterback Plays 0. .

Quarterback is always one of the hardest positions to choose from each week in daily fantasy. Salaries, matchups, Vegas lines and splits all come into play when making the right decision when it comes to rostering a quarterback. Here are our top quarterbacks to use for week 11.

Tom Brady, New England Patriots

Tom Brady is coming off a game where he did not throw a touchdown. LeGarrette Blount was the touchdown vulture after multiple pass interference calls set up easy short yardage scores. I do not see this trend to continue this week as the Patriots go up against the 49ers. San Fransisco gives up the 21st most fantasy points to quarterbacks this season, which is more than enough for me to trust Brady in daily fantasy. You will still be paying up for Brady which will shy some away from using him in tournaments, but I really like Brady in cash games in week 11.

Marcus Mariota, Tennessee TitansĀ 

After a slow start to the season, Marcus Mariota has played extremely well the last two weeks(31.92 vs. San Diego and 28.6 vs. Green Bay). This week he has another favorable matchup against the Colts who give up the 24th most fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks this year. Vegas is projecting this with the highest over/under on Sunday with a game total of 53 points. I used a lot of Mariota early in the season and have been off of him lately, but I will be riding the hot hand and using him again this week.

Kirk Cousins, Washington RedskinsĀ 

This week the best value at quarterback is Kirk Cousins which will also make him highly owned. The Redskins will host the Packers on Sunday night and it is almost impossible not to have some exposure to Cousins against a terrible Green bay defense. Cousins is still priced incredibly low for his matchup this week and this game could easily become a shootout, which is a plus for fantasy.

 

Kyle Warner

Kyle is the Co-Founder of Last Call Football and a Chicago Bears fan. He enjoys DFS and craft beer.

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