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CFL DFS Week Eleven – Quick Glance
I’m going to change up the article a little bit. I’ll be doing more of a positional breakdown instead of the game by game format that I’ve done in the past. First, here’s a quick look at how the teams match up. Here you’ll see home/away split data from the past 9 games as well as data from this season.
QB is a little interesting this week. Fajardo is priced up and although he hasn’t performed well so far this season, he should get top receiver Shaq Evans back and newly signed ( and former CFL stud) Duke Williams should make his first start. Ownership for Farjardo should be lower because of the poor start and high price point.
Jeremiah Masoli gets a great matchup vs Ottawa. The question here is if Masoli can regain his form from the 2018 season where he put up over 5200 passing yards – last game was a good start where he put up over 360 yards and had 27.7 DK points.
McLeod Bethel-Thompson and Matthew Shiltz are a couple of pivots off of the top options. However, Toronto’s WR are always impossible to figure out and they are priced up once again and Shiltz is still unproven but he did show that he’s not afraid to throw the deep ball, even if it was against Ottawa.
Cody Fajardo 11000 SSK
Jeremiah Masoli 10100 HAM
McLeod Bethel-Thompson 8800 TOR
Matthew Shiltz 8100 MTL
Montreal should have Stanback back this week. He’s the best pay up option in my opinion and should be highly owned along with underpriced Brady Oliveira ( as long as Andrew Harris is out). Oliveira disappointed early in the season when he had the starting role but he has also shown a lot of potential. His price makes it a worthy risk.
Butler and Foster are a couple of cheaper options but BC doesn’t run the ball so Butler would have to get his points through the air and the Toronto depth chart shows Foster as the starter but John White is back on as the backup which could lead to split reps.
Powell and Carey are some higher priced pivots off of Stanback ( in case he duds/gets hurt) but I do not love their upside.
William Stanback 9900 MTL
Brady Oliveira 4800 WPG
William Powell 9300 SSK
Ka’Deem Carey 8900 CGY
D.J. Foster 6500 TOR
James Butler 4400 BC
Welcome to Duke Williams week. I’m not sure what Draftkings is doing as Duke makes his CFL return at the bare minimum of $2500. This is pretty much an ALL IN play for me. His price allows you to do so much with your lineup, even if he duds. Who knows how much he’ll be involved but his production from his last season where he averaged 4.8 receptions, 87 yards and .6 TDs is enough for me.
I don’t have any interest in Burnham, Banks or Lewis at their price points. Toronto is very pass heavy but the targets get spread out making it impossible to figure out who the “guy” will be each week.
Bralon Addison 9500 HAM
Jaelon Acklin 7500 HAM
Steven Dunbar Jr. 3900 HAM
Tim White 3200 HAM
Jake Wieneke 8500 MTL
Duke Williams 2500 SSK
Nic Demski 7600 WPG
Kenny Lawler Jr. 7300 WPG
Kyran Moore 8800 SSK
Shaq Evans 8400 SSK
Kian Schaffer-Baker 4800 SSK
Nic Demski 7600 WPG
Kamar Jorden 6600 CGY
Rasheed Bailey 6400 WPG
Chandler Worthy 6500 TOR
Kurleigh Gittens Jr. 5700 TOR
Josh Huff 5700 CGY
There are a few unknows regarding injuries and rosters so remember to keep an eye open for the depth charts once they all get released.
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