Fantasy football analysis draft: Round 11

by KFFL Staff on August 8, 2013 @ 12:50:18 PDT

 

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7) Brandon Myers, TE, New York Giants
Team: Jack Douglas | Team Roster | League Scoring

Fantasy football analysis: Last year in Oakland, Myers came to life, catching 79 balls for 806 yards and four touchdowns. He was used as mostly a safety valve there, but the Giants hope to also use him as a sometimes vertical threat. He has looked good so far in practice and I think he is the best of what is left at TE. I am hoping for 60-70 receptions for 700-800 receiving yards and 5-6 scores.

Seattle Seahawks WR Golden Tate

8) Golden Tate, WR, Seattle Seahawks
Team: Eric McClung | Team Roster | League Scoring

Fantasy football analysis: I strongly considered Tate back in Round 10, so I'll grab him now as my fifth receiver in this draft. Like Chris Givens, Tate is the deep man for his NFC West employer. Any new plays that were drawn up for Percy Harvin are best reinstalled with Tate in mind. Sidney Rice is dealing with knee issues, which should keep the former Golden Domer active early in the season.

9) Shonn Greene, RB, Tennessee Titans
Team: Dan Dobish | Team Roster | League Scoring

Fantasy football analysis: I am not worried about the health of Chris Johnson in the least, but just in case something happens, now is the time to start covering bases and make sure to have his backup in tow, too.

10) Mohamed Sanu, WR, Cincinnati Bengals
Team: Tim Heaney | Team Roster | League Scoring

Fantasy football analysis: Marvin Jones is gaining some preseason traction, but Sanu should have a fine opportunity to build on his impeccable three-game stretch last season that, unfortunately, also ended his season after a broken foot. The sure-handed snare should benefit from things opening up as Jay Gruden and Andy Dalton become more comfortable this year. Sanu probably will only catch 60 passes, max, but he could sneak in close to double-digit touchdowns.

11) Owen Daniels, TE, Houston Texans
Team: Tim Piotrowski | Team Roster | League Scoring

Fantasy football analysis: Daniels had been a solid receiving option for the Texans over the past few years and should continue to be one of Matt Schaub's more reliable targets this season. He could have more space to work with since the team added DeAndre Hopkins as a No. 2 receiver. I would like to see Daniels catch around 60 passes for 700 yards and six or seven touchdowns.

12) Jordan Cameron, TE, Cleveland Browns
Team: Ryan Dodson | Team Roster | League Scoring

Fantasy football analysis: Cameron is a big target that has downfield speed and could be a breakout performer. Norv Turner loves to use the tight end position, and Cameron is already seeing a lot of action in camp. I look for him to grab 50 balls this year for 500-600 yards and a handful of TDs.

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