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Fantasy football QB stock watch for NFL Week 11: Tommy DeVito way up, Kenny Pickett down and more




It was good to see Murray taking some deep shots; one connected for a long touchdown with Rondale Moore, another was underthrown and intercepted. While he’s still shaking off a bit of rust, Murray is a must-start in Superflex and is working his way there in 1QB formats. – Stock up


Despite the Bills’ struggles, Allen has been the QB1 for much of the season and remains a top 3 option. Throwing for 3 TDs and nearly 300 yards against the Jets is a nice bounce back from a disappointing start versus the Broncos. – Stock Up


Frank Reich’s retaining play-calling duties didn’t do much for the Panthers’ offense, which isn’t a surprise in a matchup with the dominant Dallas defense. Young’s underwhelming year has him as merely a desperation play in Superflex leagues. – Stock Unchanged


Fields played a solid yet unspectacular game in return from his thumb injury. A mediocre passing offset his first 100-yard rushing game of the season. He could be elite down the stretch if he can get going through the air and on the ground simultaneously. – Stock Up 🐻


I don’t expect to see Dorian Thompson-Robinson under center for long. It wouldn’t be a surprise to see the Browns pivot to PJ Walker or potentially sign Joe Flacco after this performance from DTR. Stay far, far away. – Stock Down


Dak didn’t have to do much in a game dominated by the Cowboys from start to finish. Don’t worry about the sub-200-yard performance; the Pather offense barely put up a fight. – Stock Unchanged



Considering the cake matchup with Chicago, Goff may be the most disappointing fantasy quarterback of the week. He’s still an every-week starter, but his floor would drop significantly if the interceptions become problematic. – Stock Down 👎


Jordan Love had his first 300+ passing performance of the year, but don’t get too excited. Coming into the game, the Chargers were allowing the second most passing yards per game at 393.2. He’s restored some faith but will need to show something against just an average defense before he’s considered anything more than a streamer. – Stock up 🧀


The favorite for offensive Rookie of the year had his 3rd straight 300+ yard passing game, but his first with multiple interceptions. Even throwing three picks, he’s still an every-week starter regardless of format. – Stock Unchanged.


The reports of the death of Lawrence’s fantasy value have been greatly exaggerated. He’s still not playing at the elite level many projected this offseason, but he’s creeping back up the QB ranks. – Stock Way Up ☀️☀️☀️



Even against a quietly solid Packers pass defense, Justin Herbert proved his Week 9 debacle against the Jets was a blip on the radar. Herbert is firmly in QB1 territory and remains a must-start. – Stock Up ⚡


Coming into the game far from healthy, Stafford took some big shots that almost caused a Carson Wentz sighting. Thankfully, Stafford was able to gut it out but lost Cooper Kupp early in the game. Stafford sits at a QB2 for Superflex leagues and streamer for 1QB formats.- Stock Unchanged with Kupp, Stock Down without.


AOC gave us exactly what we’d expect out of him. Don’t be fooled by 271 passing yards, it took him 41 attempts to get there. O’Connell is nothing more than a desperation play. – Stock Unchanged


Tua continued to look good against sub-par defenses. In order for him to move up at all, he’s going to need to perform against a team with a winning record. – Stock Unchanged



Nobody will mistake him for a Rookie of the Year candidate, but DeVito Dimes looked serviceable. He’ll throw more balls in the dirt than touchdowns but has graduated from desperation play to low-end QB2 – Stock Up 🤌🤌


You would think it’s impossible for Wilson’s stock to get any lower than it already is. But that’s precisely what happened. Benched for Tim Boyle, this could be the end for Wilson in New York. – Stock Down 💩💩💩 (If Boyle starts next week, don’t bother.)



A matchup against an elite Browns defense is no excuse for throwing less than 100 yards as an NFL starter. Pickett’s gone from desperation play to unstartable. – Stock Down 💩💩💩


Smith was having a solid day before leaving the game with an elbow injury (thanks to getting clobbered by Aaron Donald). If he’s able to start next week, nothing changes. But if he’s out, obviously stock down. – Stock TBD (If Drew Lock starts, I’m avoiding him outside of the most desperate situations.)


Back-to-back 3-TD performances should silence those who’ve been sipping on Purdy Hater-ade. The talent isn’t elite, but his weapons are. That has Purdy locked in as an every-week starter, regardless of format. – Stock Up 📈


Somehow, Mayfield threw just 1 INT — it should have been many more. He threw just 1 TD and also lost a fumble. Baker is a matchup-dependent QB2 who should be on the waiver wire in 1QB leagues. – Stock Down


Will Levis threw two touchdowns but threw for under 200 yards for the second straight game. His four-touchdown performance in Week 8 looks like an aberration. He’s teetering on desperation play status with the Titans’ offensive struggles – Stock Down 🍌🍌


Howell fell flat on his face, throwing three ugly interceptions, including a game-sealing pick-six. His day was salvaged by a Blake Bortles-esque fourth quarter. – Stock Down 👎

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