Fantasy Football 5 Running Backs With Easy Week 11 Matchups

Fantasy Football 5 Running Backs With Easy Week 11 Matchups

If you have any of these running backs starting for you in Week 11, take note as the fantasy points may be rolling in more than ever due to their easy matchups.

1. Mark Ingram, New Orleans Saints

Ingram has been spectacular over the last three weeks and his hot streak should continue against the Cincinnati Bengals who have been just pathetic at stopping the run. Allowing seven rushing touchdowns and 552 rushing yards over the last four games sets Ingram up to have another monster performance.

2. Ryan Mathews, San Diego Chargers

He’s baaack.. Mathews if he gets his fair share of snap counts has a tasty Week 11 matchup against the Oakland Raiders. Back in Week 6, fellow back Branden Oliver torched Oakland for 101 rushing yards and a touchdown. Mathews should find his success to against a team who has let opposing RBs score nearly 32 fantasy points per game over the last four weeks.

3. Frank Gore, San Francisco 49ers

Gore sees more upside than usual in a Week 11 matchup against the New York Giants who have allowed the most rushing yards of any other team this season. Along with letting 10 rush touchdowns slip through their fingers, the Giants have given up an average of 123 ground yards per game, setting Gore up for an incredibly favorable outing this week.

4. Le’Veon Bell, Pittsburgh Steelers

After some incredible games this season, Bell has been on a cool streak the past couple of weeks. However, things could easily change for Bell in Week 11 as the Steelers play the Tennessee Titans. Remember the damage Justin Forsett did to the Titans last week to the tune of 112 rushing yards and two rush touchdowns? Watch Bell take advantage of the Titans’ lowly ground defense and light it up against the team who has allowed the second highest rushing yards and 10 touchdowns over the season.

5. Jeremy Hill, Cincinnati Bengals

Unfortunately, the Bengals look to be without their No. 1 running back Giovani Bernard as he has not practiced all week. This means it’s time for a heavy dose of Jeremy Hill, who should be able to turn last week’s awful performance around against the New Orleans Saints. Start Hill as your flex this week against a Saints defense who has let two rushing touchdowns and a total of 115 yards slip through to opposing running backs these past two weeks.

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