CFL Fantasy Week 11 Starts

Check out our Week 11 CFL Fantasy starts!

McLeod Bethel-Thompson, Toronto – $6000

Bethel-Thompson remains an incredible bargain in CFL Fantasy in Week 11. The Alouettes defence has allowed the most passing attempts, most passing yards, and third most passing touchdowns over their previous three games. In an obvious plus matchup, McLeod Bethel-Thompson is no-brainer bargain play.

Alex Green, Hamilton – $7214

Alex Green is back from injury and picking up right where he left off last season. Since his return, Green has averaged 15.5 carries per game, second only to William Powell’s 15.7 carries. Green doesn’t add much in terms of PPR upside, but his massive nine red zone carries indicate consistent touchdown upside. While Edmonton’s rushing defence has been improved of late, they are still allowing 1.5 rushing touchdowns per game over their last three, and Mercer Timmis’ 133 yard, two touchdown performance in Week 2 remains in the minds of many Eskimos fans. Start Alex Green if you like rushing touchdowns

William Stanback, Montreal – $4000 -or- Tre Mason, Saskatchewan – $4064

Tyrell Sutton appears set to miss Friday’s matchup against the Argos, and William Stanback has been taking first-team reps in practice. Stanback has made some big plays so far this year in a backup role and will look to take advantage of his opportunity. However, if Marcus Thigpen of the Roughriders does indeed miss this week with an injury, Tre Mason is far and away the best value running back. Both Thigpen and Mason are talented ball carriers and have been regularly involved since Jerome Messam’s departure, but their upside has been capped by the committee backfield. The Riders’ have averaged 22.7 running back touches per game through their last three matches, meaning that in the event that Tre Mason is a bona fide bell cow in a much better offence, his $4064 salary in CFL Fantasy will be an absurd value. Keep an eye out for the depth chart.

D’haquille Williams, Edmonton – $8016

Duke Williams leads the CFL in targets, receiving yards and touchdowns, and is the favourite target of the league’s most prolific passer. Hamilton is a tougher matchup, but Mike Reilly has not thrown for fewer than 250 yards once this season and Williams has the game-breaking ability to make his week on one reception.  

Jordan Williams-Lambert, Saskatchewan – $3496

In the three games preceding last week’s meeting with Calgary, Jordan Williams-Lambert had established himself as a usable component of Saskatchewan’s offence, averaging five receptions a game. Following Duron Carter’s departure, in Week 10 Williams-Lambert exploded for ten receptions and 152 yards. Caleb Holley has since been added to the six-game injured list, further cementing Williams-Lambert’s place as a top receiving option in Saskatchewan. While last week’s production surely represents the ceiling for Jordan Williams-Lambert, he will receive adequate target volume to return on his modest salary.

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