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The Shot Caller's Report - Wk 11 Quarterbacks

By Colby Cavaliere | 11/16/23 |
Bye Weeks: Atlanta, Indianapolis, New England, New Orleans
QBs | RBs | WRs

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Jared Goff vs CHI

Up to 5th in the NFL in passing yardage and cruising with a career best 68.4% completion percentage, Goff is playing some of the cleanest, most efficient football of his career. A true facilitator, Goff and the Lions should have little trouble moving the ball against a middling Chicago defense. With multiple red zone opportunities, 250 yards and 2+ touchdowns should be the floor in Week 11.

Kyler Murray

Kyler Murray @ HOU

While Murray was a little rusty throwing the ball in his first game back post-ACL, he jitterbugged his way to 33 yards rushing, and kept several more plays alive with his elite scrambling ability. The passing numbers are sure to improve as he shakes off the rust, and this Houston defense is nothing to shy away from. Murray is back to weekly QB1 status.

Tua Tagovailoa vs LV

With a week to retool, and get some skill position players healthy, Miami has a chance to explode this week against a Vegas team that has fed off the emotion of a coaching change, and the drain-circling New York teams in back-to-back weeks. Tua has four 3+ touchdown days, and is a decent bet to add to that total this week.

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Aidan OíConnell @ MIA

I know there aren't many teams out there reaching for OíConnell for help, but with injuries and bye weeks, he might be an option for some. Iím here to ask you to look elsewhere. While the rookie hasnít done anything too damaging in his last two starts, he also hasnít contributed much to their two straight wins. If OíConnell is forced to keep pace with this explosive Miami offense, things could get ugly.

Kenny Pickett @ CLE

Despite being outgained in yardage in nine straight games, the Steelers sit at 6-3, just a hair out of first place in the AFC North. The wins have masked the stink that permeates this inconsistent offense. Pickett has utterly failed to take the next step, and has yet to surpass 235 yards in any game this season despite explosive pieces around him. This Cleveland defense continues to chew up quarterbacks and spit them out.

Josh Allen vs NYJ

Oh, how the mighty have fallen. Looking dazed and confused by their latest loss, Allen and this Bills team sit at a crossroads. Will the offense benefit from a new voice, or will the Jets defense suffocate them like did in Week 1? His floor makes him unbenchable, but I’m going to need the rest of my fantasy roster to pick up the slack. The reckless turnovers continue to damage his fantasy numbers both directly, and indirectly.

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