Chet Gresham's Fantasy Football Defense Rankings: Week 11
To differentiate between all the "Start 'Ems" on Walt's Fantasy Football Start Em, Sit Em page, you can check out the Weekly Fantasy Football Rankings, so you can figure out whom to start between Player X and Player Y.
Below are my fantasy defense rankings and a set of links for my positional Weekly NFL Fantasy Football Rankings. Keep in mind that this list is for this week only; not the entire rest of the season.
The rankings are based on a traditional scoring system. Each player has Walterfootball.com's projected stats and standard scoring points.
Jacksonville Jaguars (at Browns)
This one is pretty self-explanatory considering how well the Jaguars' defense has been playing this year, and now they're stuffing the run as well as the pass.
Arizona Cardinals (at Texans)
Tom Savage isn't good, and even though the Cardinals have been beaten defensively this year, I still expect them to be able to disrupt Savage's weak pocket presence.
Baltimore Ravens (at Packers)
Brett Hundley looked better last week, but the Ravens will likely be able to keep him from getting the ball to Davante Adams, plus Ty Montgomery doesn't look like he'll play.
Cincinnati Bengals (at Broncos)
Osweiler is another great quarterback to stream defenses against. If the Bengals were at home, I'd probably have them as top-two defense.
Denver Broncos (versus Bengals)
Andy Dalton and his offense are stuck in the mud. The Broncos' defense hasn't been any better in comparison, but they have the ability and I expect they assert themselves at home this week.
Los Angeles Chargers (versus Bills)
Nathan Peterman will likely be asked to manage the game, but a rookie on the road is a great spot to stream the Chargers' defense.
Detroit Lions (at Bears)
Mitch Trubisky has shown flashes, but the Bears are still keeping him under wraps so he won't make mistakes. I expect the Lions' offense to be able to score enough to push Trubisky to throw more and make more mistakes.
Seattle Seahawks (versus Falcons)
The Falcons have been playing well enough offensively for me to push Seattle up too far, but the Seahawks are still a strong defense at home, no matter the opponent.
Kansas City Chiefs (at Giants)
The Giants are a mess right now, which leaves them vulnerable to a lot of mistakes on offense and special teams.
Houston Texans (versus Cardinals)
I don't trust Stanton or Gabbert enough to not give, even this bad Texans pass defense, a thumbs-up this week.