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Top 3 Week 11 Defense Rankings & D/ST Streaming Options | Fantasy Football 2021




Only two teams will be on a bye in Week 11, but they are two of the better defenses/special teams (D/ST) for fantasy: The Rams and Broncos. If you need help at the position in your league, consider adding the following defenses that could thrive based on their respective matchups. Also, check out the Awesemo fantasy football projections to see what is projected for all of the teams that will be in action.

Week 11 Fantasy Football Streaming D/ST Rankings

Tennessee Titans (54% available)

The Titans won yet again, in Week 10, this time at home against the Saints. They held them to 21 points, lowering their average to 23.2 points allowed per game for the season. One of the keys to their success on defense has been putting pressure on opposing quarterbacks. They have generated 27 sacks, which is tied for the fourth most in the league.

A favorable matchup awaits the Titans in Week 11 when they host the Texans. The Texans had a bye last week, which they needed after suffering yet another loss in Week 9 when they faced the Dolphins. Their offense did not receive any sort of a jolt from the return of Tyrod Taylor, given that he threw three interceptions. For the season, they have scored an average of just 14.2 points per game. The Titans could dominate this matchup.

Los Angeles Chargers (96% available)

The Chargers had a tough matchup Sunday when they hosted the Vikings. With Dalvin Cook and Justin Jefferson leading the way, the Chargers gave up 27 points. Their defense has shown plenty of holes lately, allowing at least 27 points in four of their last five games. That included a game that they won against the Browns despite giving up 42 points.

As bad as the Chargers’ defense has been, they have a chance to bounce back in Week 11 against the Steelers, who are coming off a tie against the Lions in which they scored just 16 points. Ben Roethlisberger was out with COVID-19, which left Mason Rudolph to start. He was not great, completing 30 of 50 pass attempts for 242 yards, one touchdown and one interception. Given that Roethlisberger just tested positive Saturday, he could be out for this matchup as well.

Miami Dolphins (85% available)

It has been an odd season for the Dolphins. They won in Week 1 but then went on to lose seven straight. The good news is that they have won back-to-back games, including an upset victory over the Ravens last week on Thursday Night Football. Their defense helped lead the way, limiting Lamar Jackson and company to just 10 points.

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Can the Dolphins make it three straight victories? Their defense could once again lead the way against the Jets, who have been a disaster at quarterback. Mike White came crashing back down to Earth against the Bills on Sunday, throwing four interceptions and no touchdown passes. Zach Wilson (knee) really struggled before getting injured, throwing four touchdown passes and nine interceptions across six games. Even if he returns to start this game, the Dolphins defense could provide significant fantasy production with their interception upside.

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I’ve been covering fantasy sports since 2007. Along my journey, I’ve contributed to companies including SportsLine, RotoWire, Sports Illustrated and DraftKings. My passion for fantasy sports began by playing in traditional season-long leagues and has expanded into DFS and sports handicapping. In 2018, I was a finalist for the 2018 FSWA Basketball Writer of the Year award. You can contact me by e-mailing [email protected]

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