Week 11: Matchup Analysis

Welcome to Week 11, everyone!  Just a quick note to say  I’m travelling for work for this week. I didn’t get to spend as much time on this analysis as I would have liked, and won’t get much opportunity to update as the week progresses.  But I’ll do my best, good luck this week!

Edmonton Eskimos @ Hamilton Ti-Cats

Mike Reilly will get the short week to prepare for the TiCats, after dismantling the Montreal defense for the second time this year. Hamilton is actually second best limiting FPTS to opposing QBs, but this is Mike. He’s still going to be a safe play, but don’t count on 30+ FPTS like last week. Hamilton gives up the 2nd fewest offensive points and 2nd fewest passing touchdowns in the league.

Hamilton gives up the most average rushing yards in the league.  But it doesn’t always translate to Fantasy Points. Other than two big games, Hamilton has actually been OK against limiting FPTS to backfields. I’m fading CJ Gable this week, as he only has one game this season over 20 FPTS. Averaging 15 FPTS in his last three doesn’t sound terrible but he’s been on the decline since Week 7.  When these teams faced each other in week 2, Gable didn’t quite have things going yet and scored only 8 FPTS.

I project plenty of opportunity for Edmonton receivers in what should be a high scoring game.  Duke and Derel will do their thing. After a couple down games, Duke got things going again with a 20 FPTS performance against Montreal.  He is averaging over 18 FPTS per game, and has over 20 FPTS in 6 of 9 games this season. Stafford and Mitchell might be the picks for some salary relief. Stafford sees almost 7 targets per game on average but has only seen an average of 48 receiving yards in his last three games.  Mitchel came through last week with 128 yards and a score. Hamilton is 2nd best in the league against wide-outs and leads the league in opposing completions.

*edit Hazelton appears on the depth chart ahead of Giguere, and Stafford is ahead of Bryant Mitchell.

Fresh off the Bye week, Masoli will face a middle-of-the-road Defense against QBs.  It’s not the most tempting start on paper, but Masoli should do well in a high scoring game.  He’s given us an average of 21 FPTS in his last three starts. Edmonton is tied for giving up the 2nd most offensive touchdowns in the league.

Here is your lock of the week: Alex Green.  In his two starts this season he has seen over 15 touches per, and has given us 19.4 FPTS and 20.20 FPTS against Mtl and Wpg. Those are decent numbers but what makes this a lock is how bad Edmonton is against backfields.  Dead last in the league, giving up an average of 29 FPTS to backfields.  They give up the 2nd most average rushing yards per play, and the 2nd most rushing touchdowns in the league.

Plenty of targets for Masoli.  Mike Jones is off the radar, with only a single target in both of his last two.  Saunders gave us two games of 28+FPTS in a row, to then leave  the Wpg game early with injury. Watch for his status – he’s a start if he’s healthy.  Brandon Banks is the stand-out and his salary reflects that. Three games in a row over 20 FPTS with a pair of TDs to go along.  Tasker’s numbers have dropped and not recovered since coming back from injury.  Toliover is not seeing the targets lately.  Chris Williams is only seeing 4 targets and 27 yards per game since joining the TiCats.

*edit Saunders appears to be getting the start! And…. He’s scratched .

Toronto Argos @ Montreal Alouettes

After a 14 FPTS performance against the Lions last week, Mcleod Bethel-Thompson maintains his $6000 salary on TSN.  Facing the hapless Alouettes that bargain salary makes McBeth your value play of the week. I expect him to take full advantage of the matchup like everyone else has.  Montreal gives up the most FPTS to QBs by a big margin.  Start McBeth with confidence.

And James Wilder Jr.  He commands a higher salary, but will be well worth it.  He doesn’t have a single digit FPTS performance all year. His lowest being a 10.0 FPTS outing.  Averaging 18 FPTS per game, over 104 combined yards per game. 17 average touches and 6 average targets in his last three games.

Montreal gives up the most net offense. The most offensive points. The most passing TDs. The most scrimmage plays. The most first downs. The most rushing yards. The most passing yards. The most pass completions.

SJ Green appears to be an appealing stack this week. He had a depressed game last week against BC but the targets were there, which means he’s seeing the opportunity to create FPTS for your team.

Will Manziel be back under centre?  Doesn’t matter. Toronto is not good against QBs but you’re still not starting a Montreal pivot.

How do we feel about Sutton? He’s a bit hard to get a read on because of the rest of this lowly offense. Opportunity is there for him. He sees 9 touches per game over his last 5, with 80 combined yards per, averaging 12 FPTS per game.  Toronto gives up the 3rd most rushing yards per game, and 2nd most net offense.

*edit It looks like Sutton will sit, William Stanback will get the start in the backfield.

There is still not a single Montreal receiver I would gamble on.  BJ had 20 FPTS last week but still only averages 10 per game. No one else on the team even comes close to double digits.

Winnipeg BlueBombers @ Calgary Stampeders

Matt Nichols will face the stifling Stamps D in Week 11. That’s an automatic sit.  Calgary is ridiculous against opposing QBs.  Since week 5 Cgy has given up an average of only 7.93 FPTS to QBs.

So here’s the matchup I’ve been waiting all season for.  Is Andrew Harris really matchup proof?  He has yet to face the two strongest Defenses in the league in Calgary and Sask.  His lowest production was week 1 against the Eskimos, where he still scored 11 FPTS.  Since then, he’s averaged 19.8 FPTS per game.  This Calgary Defense ranks 1st in the league limiting combined backfields to only 17 FPTS per game.  At Harris’ salary I’m not going to gamble on this start.  But I’ll be watching with great interest – Winnipeg will face the aforementioned Sask D twice in a row weeks 12 and 13. This game will determine my confidence in his starting value going forward.

Finally, last week Darvin Adams showed he is the true #1 in Winnipeg.  He ripped off a monster 2 TD performance against Ottawa.  Expect the whole team to regress against this Calgary D, leading pretty much every category available to Defenses.

Bo looks to be a OK start for Week 11.  A bigger game for him last week against Sask, giving him a 20 FPTS average over the last four.  He has TEN passing touchdowns over those last four games.  Winnipeg gives up the 4th fewest FPTS to opposing QBs, and is tied for the 2nd fewest passing touchdowns allowed.

The Calgary backfield makes for a tempting start against Winnipeg.  Winnipeg gives up the 3rd most FPTS to backfields, 3rd most average rushing yards and the most rushing Touchdowns.  Will Don Jackson be healthy to start? Or will we get a bargain with Romar Morris again? Stay tuned for updates.

Kamar Jorden is the #1 in Calgary with Eric Rogers on IR. He has three TDs in his last five games, averaging 94 yards and 19.5 average FPTS.  DaVaris Daniels had a monster 2 TD performance last week. Michel, Bescacin and Durant bring up the rear.  Winnipeg gives up the 2nd most pass attempts and 2nd most pass completions.

Sask Roughriders @ BC Lions

Last week the Roughriders came out and defeated the undefeated.  But it only translated to 10 FTPS for Zach Collaros.   I expect a bit more out of him against a BC defense giving up the 3rd most FPTS to QBs.   BC surrenders the 3rd most net offense, 3rd most points allowed, and 3rd most passing yards.

The Sask backfield is a mess and I don’t even want to write about it.  Even with the departure of Messam, there is no clarification.  In the last four games, Mason had the most touches in two, Thigpen had the most touches in two.  I’m steering clear of the uncertainty.

*edit Thigpen may be injured, watch for updates.

And what can we make of the receiver situation… Roosevelt should be leading the way but is averaging single digits. Williams-Lambert had a huge breakout game last week but no confidence that continues. Holley looks to be injured.  BC is quite league-average against wide-outs.

This Sask D is pretty good, and Lulay has only been averaging under 15 FPTS since taking the reigns.  I’m going to recommend a sit here.  Sask limits opposing QBs to the 3rd fewest FPTS in the league.

Sask is also pretty good against opposing RBs, limiting backfields to the 2nd fewest FPTS in the league.  However if JJ is healthy, he’s a start. Over 17 FPTS in 4 of his lats 5 games. 12 carries in those 4 games and averaging over 80 combined yards per game. Chris Rainey is still too streaky to make my lineup at his salary.

Burnham and Arceneaux both achieved double digits last week, with Burnham adding the major score. Arceneaux with two lost fumbles had some impact on his performance ( just realized TSN doesn’t score negative for lost fumbles, wtf? ) Sleeper Kevin Elliott has 8 targets in each of his last two games.  Saskatchewan allows the 4th fewest FPTS to wide outs.

Week 11: Fantasy Projections

Quarterback Projections:

Name Floor Median Ceiling Final Projection
Reilly, Mike 16.48 28.84 41.20 25.08
Masoli, Jeremiah 3.76 16.47 29.18 22.64
Bethel-Thompson, McLeod 14.40 22.94 31.48 20.71
Mitchell, Bo Levi 10.74 17.57 24.40 18.43
Collaros, Zach 4.24 9.89 15.54 15.74
Lulay, Travis 10.36 15.68 21.00 14.53
Nichols, Matt 2.56 13.23 23.90 13.36
Manziel, Johnny 0.00 5.16 10.32 12.92
Streveler, Chris 0.20 18.92 37.64 7.81
Arbuckle, Nick 5.00 7.45 9.90 6.30
Franklin, James 2.54 11.16 19.78 5.18
Bridge, Brandon 0.94 6.62 12.30 4.50
Fajardo, Cody 0.40 4.11 7.82 3.31

Running Back Projections:

Name Floor Median Ceiling Final Projection
Wilder Jr, James 10.00 16.85 23.70 24.66
Green, Alex 19.40 19.80 20.20 23.35
Harris, Andrew 11.30 22.05 32.80 18.59
Johnson, Jeremiah 5.90 14.78 23.65 16.21
Jackson, Don 8.40 12.00 15.60 15.39
Gable, CJ 6.70 15.45 24.20 15.14
Sutton, Tyrell 5.20 11.85 18.50 13.20
Coombs, Anthony 15.10 15.10 15.10 12.45
Jackson, Martese 0.20 4.94 9.68 10.94
Rainey, Chris 5.98 14.33 22.68 10.74
Thigpen, Marcus 3.70 11.60 19.50 10.39
Mason, Tre 1.20 9.93 18.65 9.95
Williams, Terry 3.50 11.92 20.34 8.12
Stanback, William 2.35 6.90 11.45 6.76
Timmis, Mercer 1.30 13.30 25.30 4.89
Cross, Declan 1.70 6.35 11.00 4.72

Wide Receiver Projections:

Name Floor Median Ceiling Final Projection
Banks, Brandon 5.50 16.10 26.70 23.18
Williams, Duke 6.10 16.85 27.60 22.20
Walker, Derel 7.60 19.40 31.20 20.94
Jorden, Kamar 8.90 19.20 29.50 20.41
Saunders, Jalen 3.60 16.50 29.40 20.03
Green, S.J. 3.90 16.15 28.40 18.44
Daniels, DaVaris 4.00 14.65 25.30 16.12
Burnham, Bryan 3.00 11.80 20.60 14.48
Roosevelt, Naaman 3.90 12.55 21.20 14.48
Arceneaux, Emmanuel 3.20 14.70 26.20 13.85
Adams, Darvin 2.00 19.10 36.20 13.62
Williams, Chris 3.50 12.65 21.80 13.58
Edwards, Armanti 3.30 7.65 12.00 13.41
Tasker, Luke 2.80 15.05 27.30 12.72
Demski, Nic 4.10 16.35 28.60 12.37
Stafford, Kenny 6.50 12.85 19.20 11.29
Cunningham, B.J. 4.20 12.20 20.20 11.18
Williams-Lambert, Jordan 1.50 13.35 25.20 11.00
Brescacin, Juwan 1.70 7.65 13.60 10.61
Elliott, Kevin 6.80 12.85 18.90 10.44
Mitchell, Bryant 1.90 13.85 25.80 10.08
Michel, Marken 5.00 8.88 12.75 9.90
Durant, Lemar 2.10 6.50 10.90 9.74
Jones, Christion 5.00 9.68 14.35 9.35
Collins, Ricky 3.70 13.00 22.30 8.60
Thompkins, Kenbrell 4.90 8.70 12.50 8.40
Evans, Shaquelle 2.10 7.55 13.00 8.28
Wolitarsky, Drew 2.30 11.45 20.60 7.93
Toliver, Terrence 3.80 12.10 20.40 7.91
Lewis, Eugene 3.80 7.70 11.60 7.83
Harper, Chris 2.70 7.70 12.70 7.33
Jackson, Ernest 1.40 6.25 11.10 6.77
Lankford, Ryan 3.32 5.14 6.96 6.55
Smith, Jamill 5.55 7.93 10.30 6.33
Johnson, Shaquille 2.10 8.60 15.10 5.97
Holley, Caleb 1.80 5.95 10.10 5.32
Bowman, Adarius 3.50 6.15 8.80 5.14
Watson, Cory 1.40 5.25 9.10 4.47
Jones, Mike 1.40 9.20 17.00 4.22

Week 11: Start/Sit HeatMap

Start/Sit Heatmap is based on average performance at that position, versus strength/weakness of the current week’s matchup.
Green means start with confidence, Red means beware!

Week 11: Fantasy Points For/Against Per Position

FPTS For:

Use the table below to see how many fantasy points each team is scoring at each position.  Higher numbers are better. For example, Saskatchewan QBs are only averaging a miserable 10.86 FPTS per game. BC’s backfield is averaging over 28.9 FPTS per game.

FPTS Against:

Use the table below to see how many fantasy points each team is giving up to each position.  Lower numbers are better. For example, QBs going up against Calgary are only able to score an average of 9.83 FPTS. WRs facing Montreal are scoring over 66.2 FPTS, on average per game.

Week 11: Starting Rosters

Note: All rosters are confirmed official one day before gameday, and will be updated as teams release their depth charts.

BC Lions ( projected ):
QB: Travis Lulay
RB: Jeremiah Johnson
FB: Lumbala
SB: Emmanuel Arceneaux (boundry), Cory Watson, Bryan Burnham
WR: Kevin Elliott (boundry), Shaq Johnson
PR, KR: Chris Rainey

Edmonton Eskimos ( confirmed ):
QB: Mike Reilly
RB: CJ Gable
FB: Calvin McCarty
SB: Duke Williams (boundry), Natey Adjei, Vidal Hazelton
WR: Derel Walker (boundry), Kenny Stafford
PR, KR: Jamil Smith

Calgary Stampeders ( projected ):
QB: Bo Levi Mitchell
RB: Don Jackson
FB: William Langlais
SB: DaVaris Daniels (boundry), Kamar Jorden, Brescacin
WR: Marken Michel (boundry), Lemar Durant

Sask Roughriders ( projected ):
QB: Zach Collaros
RB: Marcus Thigpen
FB: Spencer Moore
SB: Naaman Roosevelt (boundry), Williams-Lambert, Caleb Holley
WR: Evans (boundry), Stanford
PR, KR:

Winnipeg BlueBombers ( projected ):
QB: Matt Nichols
RB: Andrew Harris
FB: Miller
SB: Ryan Lankford, Nic Demski, Thompkins
WR: Darvin Adams (boundry), Wolitarsky
KR, PR: Kevin Fogg

Hamilton Ti-Cats ( confirmed ):
QB: Jeremiah Masoli
RB: Alex Green
FB:
SB: Brandon Banks (boundry) Luke Tasker, Jalen Saunders
WR: Chris Williams (boundry), Mike Jones
PR, KR: Chris Williams

Toronto Argos ( projected ):
QB: McLeod Bethel-Thompson
RB: James Wilder Jr
FB: Declan Cross
SB: SJ Green, Coombs, Armanti Edwards
WR: Smith, Alford
PR, KR: Martese Jackson

Ottawa RedBlacks ( BYE):
QB: Trevor Harris
RB: William Powell
FB: Beaulieu
SB: R. Harris (boundry), Brad Sinopoli, Greg Ellingson
WR: Diontae Spencer (boundry), Dominique Rhymes
PR, KR: Diontae Spencer

Montreal Alouettes ( projected ):
QB: Antonio Pipkin
RB: William Stanback
FB: Lavoie
SB: BJ Cunningham, Ernest Jackson, Eugene Lewis
WR: Adarius Bowman, TJ Graham
KR,PR: Stone, Stanback

Week 11: Season Fantasy Rankings

QB by Average Fantasy Points, with Games Played:

Name AvgFPTS GP
Reilly, Mike 26.97 9
Bethel-Thompson, McLeod 22.94 2
Masoli, Jeremiah 18.16 8
Mitchell, Bo Levi 17.96 8
Harris, Trevor 15.67 9
Lulay, Travis 14.95 5
Nichols, Matt 14.20 6
Collaros, Zach 10.73 4
Streveler, Chris 10.71 9
Franklin, James 10.54 8
Jennings, Jonathon 10.39 3
Pipkin, Antonio 9.64 2
Adams, Vernon Jr 9.57 3
Willy, Drew 8.21 4
Shiltz, Matt 8.20 1
Arbuckle, Nick 8.14 4
Mathews, Jeff 6.05 3
Bennett, Bryan 5.94 1
Bridge, Brandon 5.79 5
Manziel, Johnny 3.44 2
Fajardo, Cody 3.41 7
Davis, Dominique 3.02 9
Watford, David 3.00 5
Evans, Dane 2.38 1
Collins, Danny 0.84 1
O’Brien, Danny 0.64 1

RB by Average Fantasy Points, with Games Played:

Name AvgFPTS GP
Cooper, Shaq 25.30 1
Harris, Andrew 21.08 9
Green, Alex 19.80 2
Wilder Jr, James 17.58 8
Rutley, Brandon 17.55 1
Powell, William 16.33 9
Johnson, Jeremiah 15.80 6
Van, Travon 13.97 2
Jackson, Don 13.42 5
Rainey, Chris 12.84 7
Gable, CJ 12.61 8
Morris, Romar 11.94 4
Sutton, Tyrell 11.84 9
Thigpen, Marcus 10.53 6
Timmis, Mercer 9.00 5
Williams, Terry 8.51 6
Stanback, William 7.15 5
Logan, Stefan 7.01 4
Mason, Tre 6.43 8
Jackson, Martese 5.55 8
Lafrance, Kienan 5.33 3
Cross, Declan 5.30 7
White, John 4.97 3
Beaulieu, Jean-Cristophe 4.31 8
Thomas Erlington, Sean 3.70 7
Moore, Spencer 3.47 3
Stone, Ryder 2.92 7
McCarty, Calvin 2.70 5
Lavoie, Patrick 2.51 7

WR by Average Fantasy Points, with Games Played:

Name AvgFPTS GP
Williams, Duke 18.57 9
Banks, Brandon 18.38 8
Walker, Derel 18.24 9
Jorden, Kamar 17.18 8
Sinopoli, Brad 17.17 9
Saunders, Jalen 15.78 8
Spencer, Diontae 15.39 9
Adams, Darvin 13.14 9
Ellingson, Greg 12.48 9
Daniels, DaVaris 12.40 8
Elliott, Kevin 11.97 3
Tasker, Luke 11.77 6
Demski, Nic 11.73 9
Rhymes, Dominique 11.63 3
Stafford, Kenny 11.34 9
Green, S.J. 10.96 8
Arceneaux, Emmanuel 10.44 8
Cunningham, B.J. 10.41 9
Burnham, Bryan 10.08 8
Mitchell, Bryant 9.87 3
Williams-Lambert, Jordan 9.66 8
Toliver, Terrence 9.58 6
Thompkins, Kenbrell 9.50 3
Williams, Chris 9.31 7
Roosevelt, Naaman 9.20 8
Michel, Marken 8.81 5
Collins, Ricky 8.27 7
Jones, Christion 8.21 8
Harris, RJ 8.18 7
Thomas, Noel 8.10 3
Smith, Jamill 7.73 3
Edwards, Armanti 7.61 8
Evans, Shaquelle 7.27 7
Lewis, Eugene 6.74 9
Wolitarsky, Drew 6.71 9
Brescacin, Juwan 6.26 7
Johnson, Shaquille 5.74 7
Noel, Llevi 5.36 5
Durant, Lemar 5.28 5
Jones, Mike 5.11 8
Smith, Rodney 4.94 5
Holley, Caleb 4.67 7
Jackson, Ernest 4.64 9
Watson, Cory 4.30 7
Behar, Nathaniel 4.15 8
Adjei, Natey 3.99 8
Bowman, Adarius 3.55 8
Stanford, Joshua 2.86 8

Week 11: Wide Receiver Stats

WR by Receiving Yards, with Targets, Receptions and Receiving Touchdowns:

Name RecYds3 Targets Rec RecTD3
Williams, Duke 831 88 48 6
Walker, Derel 816 67 47 6
Sinopoli, Brad 775 82 63 3
Banks, Brandon 718 74 51 3
Saunders, Jalen 712 60 43 2
Jorden, Kamar 646 59 42 5
Ellingson, Greg 583 83 50 1
Stafford, Kenny 581 58 38 1
Adams, Darvin 518 59 31 5
Arceneaux, Emmanuel 515 54 30 1
Daniels, DaVaris 451 49 31 4
Spencer, Diontae 450 70 44 2
Green, S.J. 447 74 39 1
Burnham, Bryan 421 44 27 2
Cunningham, B.J. 396 56 34 3
Williams-Lambert, Jordan 393 40 32 1
Williams, Chris 364 36 22 1
Tasker, Luke 346 38 24 2
Demski, Nic 326 47 33 3
Lewis, Eugene 310 31 17 1
Toliver, Terrence 305 34 21 1
Edwards, Armanti 300 37 23 1
Harris, RJ 300 27 21 1
Evans, Shaquelle 278 40 22 0
Roosevelt, Naaman 277 46 26 3
Collins, Ricky 254 39 24 1
Jones, Mike 229 27 18 0
Jackson, Ernest 218 36 20 0
Michel, Marken 214 26 15 1
Wolitarsky, Drew 214 20 15 4
Holley, Caleb 207 22 12 0
Brescacin, Juwan 198 20 12 2
Thompkins, Kenbrell 175 16 11 0
Johnson, Shaquille 172 29 17 1
Elliott, Kevin 169 20 13 1
Rhymes, Dominique 159 18 13 1
Bowman, Adarius 154 32 15 0
Smith, Rodney 147 22 12 0
Mitchell, Bryant 146 12 9 1
Noel, Llevi 144 17 9 0
Behar, Nathaniel 142 25 15 1
Watson, Cory 129 20 12 1
Adjei, Natey 129 17 13 1
Stanford, Joshua 119 22 11 0
Durant, Lemar 104 15 10 1
Thomas, Noel 103 15 8 1

Week 11: Running Back Stats

RB by Rushing Yards, with Carries and Rushing Touchdowns:

Name RushYds2 Car RushTD2
Harris, Andrew 792 133 7
Powell, William 714 141 4
Gable, CJ 532 104 2
Wilder Jr, James 465 101 3
Jackson, Don 442 68 2
Sutton, Tyrell 417 86 1
Johnson, Jeremiah 332 59 4
Mason, Tre 306 54 0
Thigpen, Marcus 227 32 3
Timmis, Mercer 188 38 4
Morris, Romar 176 49 1
Williams, Terry 148 30 0
Green, Alex 137 31 4
Thomas Erlington, Sean 136 18 0
Rainey, Chris 110 27 0
Cooper, Shaq 102 17 0
Rutley, Brandon 91 17 1
White, John 89 22 1
Lafrance, Kienan 63 14 1
Jackson, Martese 62 13 0
Stanback, William 56 5 0
Whitlock, Nikita 38 6 0
Van, Travon 38 8 1
Milanovic-Litre, Ante 34 4 0
Stone, Ryder 13 4 1

RB by Receiving Yards, with Targets, Receptions and Receiving Touchdowns:

Name RecYds3 Targets Rec RecTD3
Wilder Jr, James 371 44 35 1
Sutton, Tyrell 309 39 30 0
Harris, Andrew 265 44 34 2
Powell, William 226 30 23 1
Beaulieu, Jean-Cristophe 175 16 13 1
Rainey, Chris 157 19 14 0
Johnson, Jeremiah 147 19 19 0
Thigpen, Marcus 113 18 12 0
Gable, CJ 107 24 21 1
Cross, Declan 101 18 15 2
Mason, Tre 79 18 14 0
Lavoie, Patrick 76 13 10 0
McCarty, Calvin 61 9 7 0
Morris, Romar 60 14 11 0
Robinson, Jordan (P) 48 4 3 1
Moore, Spencer 48 6 5 0
Stanback, William 47 4 4 0
Van, Travon 41 5 4 0
Cooper, Shaq 41 5 5 1
Jackson, Don 39 15 7 0
Lafrance, Kienan 37 2 2 0
Messam, Jerome (IA) 25 7 6 0
Jackson, Martese 21 5 3 0
Stone, Ryder 21 2 2 0
Thomas Erlington, Sean 20 3 2 0
Green, Alex 19 2 2 0
Langlais, William 13 5 2 0
Timmis, Mercer 12 3 1 0
Dupuis, Alexandre 12 2 1 0
Whitlock, Nikita 10 3 3 0

Week 11: Quarterback Stats

QB by Passing Yards, with Completions and Attempts:

Name PassYds Comp Att
Reilly, Mike 3046 219 314
Harris, Trevor 2735 234 336
Masoli, Jeremiah 2465 178 268
Mitchell, Bo Levi 2162 156 239
Lulay, Travis 1456 109 175
Nichols, Matt 1345 107 171
Franklin, James 967 92 141
Collaros, Zach 840 69 103
Bridge, Brandon 669 68 104
Streveler, Chris 662 62 97
Willy, Drew 566 52 80
Bethel-Thompson, McLeod 562 44 66
Jennings, Jonathon 487 48 72
Mathews, Jeff 396 29 47
Manziel, Johnny 272 27 46
Adams, Vernon Jr 220 16 33
Pipkin, Antonio 217 14 25
Watford, David 168 15 32
Shiltz, Matt 160 16 25

QB by Passing Touchdowns, with Interceptions:

Name PassTD Int
Reilly, Mike 18 10
Mitchell, Bo Levi 17 5
Harris, Trevor 10 6
Nichols, Matt 9 5
Masoli, Jeremiah 8 8
Lulay, Travis 6 4
Streveler, Chris 6 2
Bethel-Thompson, McLeod 5 1
Collaros, Zach 3 2
Willy, Drew 3 1
Franklin, James 2 6
Jennings, Jonathon 2 3
Bridge, Brandon 1 3
Mathews, Jeff 1 1
Pipkin, Antonio 1 1
Watford, David 1 2
Shiltz, Matt 1 2
Davis, Dominique 1 0
Manziel, Johnny 0 4
Adams, Vernon Jr 0 1
Fajardo, Cody 0 1
Collins, Danny 0 1

QB by Rushing Yards, with Carries and Rushing Touchdowns:

Name RushYds2 Car RushTD2
Masoli, Jeremiah 287 33 2
Streveler, Chris 239 38 4
Reilly, Mike 229 56 8
Adams, Vernon Jr 99 13 2
Jennings, Jonathon 97 17 0
Franklin, James 96 32 7
Watford, David 83 17 0
Bridge, Brandon 82 20 0
Harris, Trevor 76 18 0
Bethel-Thompson, McLeod 54 6 0
Fajardo, Cody 46 21 3
Manziel, Johnny 40 5 0
Davis, Dominique 37 21 3
Mitchell, Bo Levi 32 6 0
Bennett, Bryan 31 1 0
Pipkin, Antonio 26 4 1
Lulay, Travis 25 3 0
Willy, Drew 22 6 0
Shiltz, Matt 18 4 0
Nichols, Matt 14 3 1
Collaros, Zach 13 2 0
Collins, Danny 12 2 0
Mathews, Jeff 3 2 0
Evans, Dane 3 1 0