Danny Amendola caught 9-of-12 targets despite injuring his knee in Week 11. Those nine receptions came against eight different Buffalo defenders.

C.J. Anderson was on the field for 30 snaps in Week 11, just eight fewer than Ronnie Hillman. Folks don’t seem to have noticed that CJA is averaging 5.8 YPV the last four games (Hillman is at just 3.8). Over those four games though Hillman has seen more work at 51 percent of the snaps to 43 for CJA.

Giovani Bernard played 68 percent of the snaps in Week 11 compared to 32 percent for Jeremy Hill showing just how dependent Hill is on scores for his fantasy value. In fact, since the Week 7 bye Bernard’s snap rate of 60 percent is fifty percent higher than the 39 percent mark of Hill.

Teddy Bridgewater threw 35 passes for the second time this season in Week 11. There are 17 NFL teams that average more than 35 passes a week.

Dez Bryant had nine targets last week. No other Cowboys player saw more than four targets.

Brent Celek saw a team leading 10 targets last week with Zach Ertz going down with a concussion. There wasn’t an Eagles’ wideout with more than four targets in that game. Celek has caught 11 passes for 213 yards his last two games by the way. He is averaging a mere 28.4 yards a game this season.

Amari Cooper is averaging 54.3 yards a game in November. That’s lower than Brian Hartline (54.5).

Kirk Cousins threw seven passes beyond 10 yards out of the 29 pass attempts in Week 11.

Andy Dalton hit only 1-of-8 passes that were in the air for 20 yards in Week 11.

Stefon Diggs is averaging 62.3 yards a game in November with one score in four games. Brandon LaFell, who everyone hates, is averaging 78.0 yards a game (though he hasn’t scored).

Eric Ebron dropped a pass in the end zone last week. He saw only two targets on the day.

Tyler Eifert has scored five times in four games in November. He’s also caught fewer passed than Jacob Tamme (17 to 16) for less yards than Crockett Gillmore (151 to 140). It’s all about the scores for Eifert.

Frank Gore and Ahmad Bradshaw each saw 50 percent of the snaps in Week 11 for the Colts.

Todd Gurley has carried the ball 37 times for a mere 111 yards his last two games.

Matt Hasselbeck completed one pass that was in the air for more than 10 yards in Week 11.

DeAndre Hopkins caught 4-of-6 targets for 98 yards and a score against Darrelle Revis last week. #JustSaying

Case Keenum completed 2-of-9 passes when under pressure last week. Why do the Rams want him to start?

Eddie Lacy was back to rumbling in Week 11 with 76 of 100 yards coming after contact against the Vikes.

Jeremy Langford ran the ball 13 times for 25 yards last week. He didn’t force a since missed tackle.

Doug Martin ran for 235 yards in Week 11. He broke six tackles in the effort. That effort gives him a 100.0 yard per game mark his last four.

LeSean McCoy led the Bills in targets last week with 10.

Lamar Miller failed to score last week for the first time since Week 6.

Brock Osweiler took apart the Bears last week when he wasn’t under pressure completing 18-of-20 for 225 yards and two scores. When he was under pressure, 13 times, he completed just two pass attempts and was sacked five times. While the team ran 3-wideout sets on 60 percent of the plays while Peyton Manning was under center the club went with 2-tight end set 83.8 percent of the time in Week 11 to help the young quarterback.

Carson Palmer has the best QB Rating of any quarterback in football out of the shotgun at 106.9 percent, just ahead of Aaron Rodgers (106.1).

Thomas Rawls forced five missed tackles and racked up, get this, 133 yards in Week 11 against the Niners after contact on his way to 209 rushing yards.

The Redskins carried the ball 15 times for 29 yards as a team in Week 11.

No quarterback has benefitted more from his receivers work than Philip Rivers who leads the NFL with 1,882 yards after the catch by his receivers. No one else is at 1,700.

Allen Robinson leads the NFL with 20 receptions of at least 20 yard. Given that he’s caught just 50 passes that represents 40 percent of his receptions this season. James Jones has only 14 such grabs but given that he’s caught 30 passes his percentage is higher (46.7 percent). Speaking of Jones, the guys is averaging 3.0 receptions and 19.7 yards a game this season. Even if we add in his seven scores and look at a PPR setup, we’re talking about the 33rd best WR per game.

Darren Sproles touched the ball nine times for 59 yards in Week 11. Thirty five of those yards came on one play though.

The Titans didn’t have a wideout hit 14.7 mph with their legs in Week 11. Blake Bortles had a faster recorded speed in the game.

Delanie Walker has 318 yards in November, the most of any tight end in football. Add together the works of Jimmy Graham (155) and Gary Barnidge (153) and you end up 10 yards short of Walker.

Spencer Ware carried the ball 11 times in Week 11. He broke six tackles in a pretty dominating relief effort.

Russell Wilson spit in the Niners faces in Week 11. When under pressure he was dynamic hitting 11-of-12 passes for 138 yards and three scores.

Jameis Winston was a beast in Week 11 on deep thrown. On passes in the air for more than 10 yards he was 13-for-17 for 205 yards and five scores.


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