Fantasy plays: Players to start and sit for NFL Week 11

Surviving the Bye Week: Fantasy football enthusiasts navigated a challenging bye week, either facing or fielding the Dallas Cowboys, with notable performances from Tony Pollard.

Week 11's Missing Teams: This week, the Falcons, Colts, Patriots, and Saints are absent from the fantasy football lineup, impacting start/sit decisions.

Fantasy Football Tiers: Players are categorized into tiers based on positions and their perceived start-worthiness, making it easier for fantasy managers to plan their lineups.

Jared Goff's Prospects: Jared Goff is spotlighted for a solid performance, earning 21.1 fantasy points in a recent away game and facing the Bears at home with Detroit's strong implied team total.

Kyler Murray's Return: Kyler Murray makes a strong comeback in his season debut, finishing as QB13 with 18.3 fantasy points. His matchup against the Texans holds promise, given their defensive vulnerabilities.

Sam Howell's Consistency: Sam Howell's consistent fantasy output is highlighted, making him seemingly matchup-proof.

Joe Burrow's Reliability: Joe Burrow's reliability as a QB1 is emphasized, having surpassed 20 fantasy points in four of the last five games. 

Brock Purdy's Performance: Brock Purdy's rebound against the Jaguars showcases his potential, even against the Buccaneers' above-average defense in passing success rate and adjusted fantasy points per drop-back.

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