2011 Fantasy Football Week #postseason
- Week 5: Injury Update
We let you know the playing chances of the big name players who were injured last week.
- RB Report
Getting a current, short and long term vibe on the various running backs, be it the flat out starters or the dreaded committee options...
- Week 5: PPR Watch
We profile players that will be difference makers in your PPR league this week.
- Week 5: Sit 'Em
These usually solid players are not worth starting this week due to match-up, injury, or other circumstances
- Week 5: Start 'Em
Though these players might have been riding your fantasy bench the last few weeks, we recommend you start them this week.
- Week 5: Super Sleepers
While we're not projecting starting type stats for these players, they have good potential and could surprise.
- Week 5: Sleepers of the Week
These lesser-known players deserve to start this week due to matchup or other circumstances.
- Week 5: Player Upgrades
These players' fantasy football stock is rising.
- Week 5: Player Downgrades
The players whose long-term value is falling and should be benched or even cut.
- Week 5: Pickups of the Week
These players are worth considering adding to your roster if they're available.
- NFL Game Previews / Stat Matchups
Matchups to exploit and avoid based on fantasy points allowed.
- Fantasy Football Matchup Analyzer
Breakdowns of the easiest and toughest matchups for QBs, RBs, TEs, WRs, Ks, and DEFs
Please note that our projections are based on educated guesses. We review all the weekly matchups and available information and create weekly rankings for use by our visitors. This is free fantasy football advice based upon our opinions and therefore we are not responsible for their total accuracy, but if you spot an error, such as an injured player being ranked, please let us know. Unfortunately we cannot respond to every "start or sit", "who should I start", and "advice needed" email we receive. Please post your questions in our Who To Start Forum and our staff will attempt to assist you with your starting lineups and provide even more free fantasy football help. Thanks.