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Fantasy Football Week 11 Running Back Preview: Beware of trusting Chiefs running backs as more than a flex

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You’d be forgiven if you saw Isaiah Pacheco play with 16 carries for 82 yards on Sunday and think Pacheco was in for a big day against a fantastic game against the Chargers on Sunday. In the end, the Chargers lost 5.7 yards per carry, and running backs are third among the Fantasy this season. It makes sense if the Chiefs running back makes any sense at all.

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In week 10, Pacheco saw 10 carries per game for the third time this season. It happened in the first week and then he saw two carries in the next game. It happened again in week 4, then he saw one carry in week 5. And it’s not just limited to Pacheco. Clyde Edwards-Heler’s best game of the season came in Week 4 when he had 19 carries against Tampa Bay. He snapped fewer snaps each week, culminating in week 10 when he didn’t touch the ball. Whatever the case, Andy Reid said he needed to get Edwards-Heler more involved this week.

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What does it all mean for week 11? In full PPR, Jeric McKinnon is my favorite defenseman for the Chiefs, followed by Pacheco. I prefer Pacheco in non-PPR, but neither is better than flex with high growth potential in any format.

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Now let’s move on to the rest of the week 11 RB preview:

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Who got out

There are currently no plans for the following players to play in Week 11. Here’s what it means:

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Numbers to know

  • 19 — Touches for Elijah Mitchell in his first game with Christian McCaffery. Eight of them also fell into the red zone.
  • 5 — A total of five snaps for Nyheim Hines in week 10. It can be thrown away.
  • four — Clyde Edwards-Heler only played four snaps, less than Hines. You know what that means.
  • 299 — Josh Jacobs has 299 yards in scrimmage in his last two games against the Broncos.
  • 12 — Consecutive games as Alvin Kamaru with 12 touches or less.
  • 26 – Carry for Bryan Robinson in Week 10 and the Texans match selection looms.
  • ten — D’Andre Swift hasn’t touched more than 10 times in a game since the first week.
  • 43% Jaylen Warren’s 43% share in week 10 was his second highest of the season.
  • 6 — Jerick McKinnon has six games in a row.

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Matches that matter


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Goals of ditching wires


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dfs plays


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Heath Predictions



Source: www.cbssports.com

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