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Week 11 Fantasy Football Flex Rankings for Superflex, 2-QB leagues

Week 10 was one of the quietest scoring weeks for fantasy quarterbacks of the season. According to fantasydata.com, just 17 of the top 50 scorers this week were quarterbacks. That’s one of the lowest totals all season, and quarterbacks usually account for at least 20 of the top 50 spots. Some may wonder if that will change our opinion on whether to start multiple quarterbacks in Superflex leagues, but the fact of the matter is that if you have the option to play two QBs, you should almost always do so. That’s why we continue to have each of the NFL’s starting quarterbacks in the top 100 of our Week 11 fantasy superflex rankings.

The No. 1 reason not to start two QBs in superflex leagues is if you have a passer off because of a bye or out because of an injury. Josh Allen (Bills), Nick Mullens (49ers), Nick Foles (Bears), and Daniel Jones (Giants) represent this week’s bye week QBs while Matthew Stafford (thumb), Drew Brees (ribs), Drew Lock (ribs), and Teddy Bridgewater (knee) have injury issues that are deeming them questionable or, in Brees’ case, out. 

WEEK 11 STANDARD RANKINGS:
Quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | Kicker

That said, there are few other reasons to opt for a non-quarterback in the superflex spot. Unless your RB or WR depth is elite, starting a QB is always safer.

For that reason, we are once again ranking all 28 quarterbacks starting this week in our top-100 rankings. This includes the likes of Lock against the Dolphins and rookie Jake Luton in a brutal matchup against the Steelers. Is it fun to play Luton against one of the NFL’s best defenses? No, but the fact remains that he is a quarterback and has a high floor. Even if the Steelers defense contains him for most of the day, he could rack up some garbage-time yardage and outperform some of the RBs and WRs that are ranked below him (J.D. McKissic, Nyheim Hines, Marquise Brown, Tee Higgins).

At the end of the day, quarterbacks are more likely to produce than RBs and WRs. The best way to find a top-50 scorer for a superflex spot is to plug in a QB there. No matter how bad the matchup may look, they always have a chance to produce just as Garrett Gilbert showed us against the Steelers in Week 9 (14.52 fantasy points, 42nd in the league that week).

WEEK 11 PPR RANKINGS:
Quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | Kicker

Week 11 Fantasy Football Rankings: Superflex

These rankings are for standard, non-PPR leagues with 4-point passing TDs.

WEEK 11 FANTASY: Sleepers | Busts | Start ’em, sit ’em

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