By Steven Van Tassell (@SteveVT33)
That’s what the past couple of weeks have been for a few of the top NFL teams. In the past three weeks, the Buffalo Bills have gone from scoring six points in a loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, to scoring 45 points in a dominating victory over the New York Jets to losing by 26 points to the Indianapolis Colts. It’s been the same way for the Arizona Cardinals as they beat the San Francisco 49ers by 14 points in their first game with Colt McCoy playing in place of an injured Kyler Murray, then lost by 24 points to the Carolina Panthers, to come back and beat the Seattle Seahawks by 10 points on Sunday. At least Arizona can point to the injuries to Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins as an explanation for why they have been up and down for the past couple of weeks. Buffalo doesn’t really have that kind of built-in excuse. Sorry Bills Mafia.
It’s not just Arizona and Buffalo. Twenty-four out of the 32 NFL teams have a current winning or losing streak of one or two games. The Bears have the longest current losing streak of five games, which came right after a two-game winning streak. The Dolphins won their season opener, then lost seven straight games before winning their last three games.
Of course, the same thing is true for NFL players. Patrick Mahomes had three poor games in a row of less than 20.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points, then followed those down weeks with 54.3 Dynasty Owner fantasy points last week to win the Dynasty Owner Player of the Week award. This week, he was back down and only scored 8.1 Dynasty Owner fantasy points. Mahomes has been the Dynasty Owner Player of the Week twice and also scored less than 10.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points twice. Mike White was a sensation in his first NFL start with 38.1 Dynasty Owner fantasy points to win the Dynasty Owner Player of the Week award. Two weeks later, he was throwing 4 INTs and scoring just 0.5 Dynasty Owner fantasy points before getting replaced in Week 11 as Jets QB by Joe Flacco. One week after scoring a season-high 63.3 Dynasty Owner fantasy points, Lamar Jackson only put up 13.4 points the following week. In Week 4, Myles Gaskin had only 0.3 Dynasty Owner fantasy points and in Week 6, he had just 2.4 points, but in between those bad weeks, he had 31.9 Dynasty Owner fantasy points in Week 5 and was the Value Player of the Week. There are plenty of other examples that I could give, but hopefully everyone gets the idea by now.
For many Dynasty Owners, the success of their team depends upon which of the up and down players are in their Starting lineup or on their Bench. Hopefully you’ve got more of the “up” guys than “down” guys every week and your opponent has the opposite. We had five of the top “up” teams in Dynasty Owner, the undefeated teams, profiled in the Week 11 preview article. Let’s see how they did:
|Team Name||League||Week 11 Result||Chase Position||Change|
|DynastyTradeSchool (Mad Minshew)||27458||Win||3rd||None|
|Thee Camel Toe Jockey||66645||Loss||6th||Down 2|
|Detroit’s Finest||74733||Win||22nd||Down 12|
|Miami Crypt Keepers||59074||Win||71st||Down 27|
|The HipHopOpatomus||70068||Win||94th||Up 16|
While four out of our five undefeated teams won their Week 11 match-up, only one (The HipHopOpatomus) moved up in the Chase for the Ring standings. DynastyTradeSchool (Mad Minshew) didn’t have much room to move up and stayed in 3rd place, while Detroit’s Finest and Miami Crypt Keepers won their game, but must have had a down week in scoring as they dropped in the Chase standings. Finally, Thee Camel Toe Jockey went down in defeat to TOtheShow79 by a score of 183.0 to 160.08 to have their undefeated season ended. However, they only fell two spots in the Chase for the Ring standings.
Detroit’s Finest won the Match-up of the Week, but still check out how they did later in this article. We’ll see if we feature one of the remaining undefeated teams in the Week 12 Match-up of the Week, or if someone sends me a compelling alternative match-up on Twitter (@SteveVT33) to use.
All stats cited are based on the Standard Dynasty Owner scoring system as outlined in the updated Dynasty Owner Constitution. Standard Dynasty Owner scoring gives you .1 points for every yard rushing or receiving, .1 point for every 2 yards passing, 1 point per reception, 6 points for a rushing, receiving or passing touchdown and 2 points for a successful 2-point conversion (rushing, receiving, or passing). Interceptions or fumbles lost cost you 3 points, while a fumble that is recovered by the player’s team is a loss of only 1 point. Bonus points are available for 100-199 yards rushing (2 points), 200 yards rushing or receiving (6 points), 300-399 yards passing (1 point) and 400 yards passing (4 points). There is also a 3 point bonus for clutch scoring, which is a score that results in a lead change in the final two minutes of the 4th quarter or overtime. Kickoff and punt return touchdowns are worth 6 points for the player and kickoff and punt returns are worth 1 point for every 40 yards.
Standard Dynasty Owner scoring for kickers gives you 1 point for every extra point, while a missed extra point will cost you 1 point. It’s 2 points for a field goal of between 0 and 39 yards, 4 points for a field goal between 40 and 49 yards and 5 points for a field goal of 50 yards or longer. A missed field goal of between 0 and 39 yards will cost you 3 points, while a miss of 40 yards or more is a loss of 2 points.
For the purposes of this article, ADP and Dynasty Owner rostered percentage statistics were current as of the morning of November 23rd.
Dynasty Owner Player of the Week
Our eleventh Dynasty Owner Player of the Week for 2021 is a first time winner, but someone who has been up for the past several weeks, so it shouldn’t be surprising that he finally won. Our winner this week is: Jonathan Taylor
Taylor becomes just the fourth RB to be the Dynasty Owner Player of the Week in just over two and a half seasons. Taylor had the second best RB performance in Dynasty Owner history with 55.4 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (185 rushing yards, 4 rushing TDs, 3 receptions, 19 receiving yards, 1 receiving TD). Taylor was expected to be good this year as he had the lowest ADP of any player in 2021 Dynasty Owner start-up drafts (ADP 2.3). However, that can be attributed as much to his salary ($1.96 million) as his expected performance this season. He has exceeded his production from 15 games played his rookie season (261.8 Dynasty Owner fantasy points) in just 11 games so far this season (273.4 Dynasty Owner fantasy points). Taylor has been producing at a high level for the past eight weeks as he has scored at least one TD and more than 100 yards from scrimmage in all eight games and averaged 30.2 Dynasty Owner fantasy points during that time. He has moved far ahead of Derrick Henry as the RB1 for the Dynasty Owner season and is averaging nearly as many points per game as Henry did before his injury (24.85 points per game for Taylor vs. 25.9 for Henry). Taylor should easily continue to be one of the top RBs in Dynasty Owner for the next two seasons at his current salary and production.
Week 11 Points: 55.4
2021 Salary: $1,957,287
Cost per Point: $35,330
Congratulations to Jonathan on winning the first Dynasty Owner Player of the Week honor of your career.
Dynasty Owner Value Player of the Week
Because this is Dynasty Owner and we’re all looking for value from the players on our roster, we also have the Value Player of the Week. The eleventh Dynasty Owner Value Player of the Week for the 2021 season is: Marquez Valdes-Scantling
This is the second time that Valdes-Scantling has been the winner of this award. He was also the best value in Week 10 of the 2020 season when he had his career high of 24.9 Dynasty Owner fantasy points. This week, he had 22.3 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (4 receptions, 123 receiving yards, 1 receiving TD) for the fifth game of his career with more than 20.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points. He has specialized in long TD receptions during his career as the 75-yard TD reception he had this week was his fourth career TD reception of more than 70 yards. Valdes-Scantling is the epitome of a player who is up and down. He has eight career games with a Blutarsky (0.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points) to go along with those five 20.0 or more Dynasty Owner fantasy point games.
Week 11 Points: 22.3
2021 Salary: $669,388
Cost per Point: $30,017
Congratulations Marquez on your first Dynasty Owner Value Player of the Week honor this season and the second one of your career.
Next, we look at those players who should have been one of your Starters based on their performance in Week 11. We aren’t going to write that you should have started Jonathan Taylor because he was the consensus top pick in Dynasty Owner this year and is on an amazing streak of eight straight games with a rushing TD and 18.0 or more Dynasty Owner fantasy points. Instead, these are players who might normally be on your Bench or Practice Squad (or even not on many Dynasty Owner rosters), but likely weren’t Starters in Week 11 when they ended up having an up week and should have been.
QB: Cam Newton (CAR) – 32.0 points
It’s been quite the whirlwind couple of weeks for Cam Newton. It was on November 11th that Carolina signed Newton to its active roster. He played a little bit three days later and had two TDs and 13.8 Dynasty Owner fantasy points. As a result, he was named the Week 11 starter and ended up with 32.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (189 passing yards, 2 passing TDs, 46 rushing yards, 1 rushing TD). From the depths of being released by New England in training camp then sitting on the sidelines for over two months, to signing with your former team and getting a thunderous ovation in his first home game, that’s been the 2021 season for Cam Newton. It would have been better if he led them to a victory, but that didn’t happen. While his roster percentage is up to 95.3% now, I’m not sure if all of those Dynasty Owner ended up having Cam in their Starting lineup, or if they did, planned on him being a Top 5 QB this week. That’s what he did in his return to the Carolina Starting lineup and his Dynasty Owners should have put them in their Starting lineup as well.
Honorable mention to Trevor Siemian of the New Orleans Saints. This is his second straight appearance here and the fourth consecutive week that he has scored more Dynasty Owner fantasy points than the previous week. Even though the Saints have lost three games in a row with him at QB and their playoff chances keep going down, his fantasy points have been going up. This week, he scored 30.3 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (214 passing yards, 3 passing TDs, 16 rushing yards, 1 rushing TD, 2 INTs) in the Saints 40-29 loss to the Eagles. It’ll be interesting to see if Siemian can keep his streak going, while the Saints break their losing streak on Thanksgiving against the up and down Buffalo Bills. This was yet another up week for Siemian, and he should have been in your Dynasty Owner Starting lineup.
RB: Dontrell Hilliard (TEN) – 16.8 points
Ever since Derrick Henry was lost for the rest of the Dynasty Owner regular season, Dynasty Owners (and the Tennessee Titans) have been trying to find a RB to replace him. While it was expected that Jeremy McNichols would step in since he’s been with the team and on the active roster for the whole season, instead it’s been a series of new faces taking the lead RB role for Tennessee. In Week 9, Adrian Peterson got signed to the practice squad on Thursday, promoted to the active roster on Friday and scored 9.6 Dynasty Owner fantasy points on Sunday. Former practice squad player D’Onta Foreman had 9.8 Dynasty Owner fantasy points in Week 10. In Week 11, it was Dontrell Hilliard, another practice squad player, who stepped in to lead the Titans’ RBs. Hilliard had a career high 16.8 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (35 rushing yards, 8 receptions, 47 receiving yards, 65 return yards, 1 fumble). Neither Peterson nor Foreman have been able to repeat their best performance, so it remains to be seen if Hilliard can stay up on top of the Titans RB depth chart, or if he’ll go back down to the practice squad. If you are one of the very few Dynasty Owners with Hilliard on your roster now (0.59% rostered), then hopefully you saw this performance coming and put him in your Starting lineup.
WR: Marquise Goodwin (CHI) – 23.4 points
Marquise Goodwin had one of the most interesting two NFL seasons. At the start of 2020, he was a member of the San Francisco 49ers, but was traded to the Philadelphia Eagles before the NFL draft in late April. He signed a new contract with the Eagles, but then was one of the first players to opt out of the 2020 season due to COVID-19. He didn’t play at all for Philadelphia and reverted back to the 49ers roster when the 2021 NFL league year started. The 49ers released him, and he was signed by the Chicago Bears. He has played in all ten games for the Bears in 2021, but had little impact until Week 11 when he scored 23.4 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (4 receptions, 104 receiving yards, 1 receiving TD). He earned his Dynasty Owners a 3-point clutch scoring bonus for his 49-yard TD pass from Andy Dalton with under two minutes left in the Bears-Ravens game. His performance had been down before this week as he was averaging only 3.2 Dynasty Owner fantasy points per game (29.2 points in nine games). Goodwin replaced Allen Robinson in the Bears starting lineup and should have been in your Dynasty Owner Starting lineup if your team is one of the 9.5% of teams with him on the roster.
TE: Josiah Deguara (GB) – 11.7 points
For much of the season, this space has featured the most unlikely of the unlikely TEs to score a TD on a weekly basis. Two weeks ago, Stephen Anderson of the Chargers was here when he scored 13.9 Dynasty Owner fantasy points, but for the past two weeks, Anderson hasn’t had any Dynasty Owner fantasy points. This week, it’s Josiah Deguara of the Green Bay Packers who had scored a total of 15.5 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (9 receptions for 65 receiving yards) in his career prior to scoring his first TD and providing 11.7 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (2 receptions, 37 receiving yards, 1 receiving TD) to his Dynasty Owners in Week 11. Deguara had been on the upswing as an infrequent target for Aaron Rodgers since the season-ending knee injury to Robert Tonyan in Week 8. Not sure if there will be any additional weeks like Week 11 for Deguara, or if he’s going to go back to producing few points like he had been doing in the weeks prior. Either way, he should have been in your Week 11 Dynasty Owner Starting lineup.
K: Evan McPherson (CIN) – 20.0 points
A 20.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy point week is the definition of an “up” week for a kicker and that’s what Evan McPherson had this week for the Cincinnati Bengals. He was the #14 ranked kicker coming into Week 11 with three weeks of double-digit Dynasty Owner fantasy points, but also a down week when he missed two FGs and had -2.0 points. McPherson wasn’t even perfect this week as he missed a PAT attempt, but nailed all four of his FGs attempts, including three from beyond 50 yards (51, 53 and 54 yarders) which are worth 5.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points each. He added a 47-yard FG (worth 4.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points) and two out of three PATs for a total of 20.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points. Even though many Dynasty Owners used a 2021 start-up draft pick on him (ADP 197.9) or a third-round rookie draft pick (rookie draft ADP 30.4), he may not have been in everybody’s Starting lineup in Week 11 when he should have been.
Honorable mention to Philadelphia Eagles kicker Jake Elliott who was also on this list in Weeks 8 and 10 and doesn’t qualify anymore as he’s now the #6 kicker for the entire season in Dynasty Owner. It’s taken three great weeks for Elliott as the 44.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points he has scored in Weeks 8, 10 and 11 outpaces the 36.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points in the other eight games. That’s pretty up and down, even for a kicker. This week, he was even better than his other two great weeks as he made eight kicks for a total of 17.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (FGs of 33 yards, 37 yards, 47 yards and 50 yards plus 4 PATs). Hopefully his Dynasty Owners started putting him in their Starting lineup after the previous two appearances here and didn’t wait for the third one.
Players Who Should Have Been on the Bench or Practice Squad
For every player who should have been in your Starting lineup but wasn’t, we have at least one highly drafted or highly ranked player who probably was in your Starting lineup, but would have been better left on your Bench or Practice Squad. Here are some likely Starters who scored either negative or only a few Dynasty Owner fantasy points in Week 11. All of them should have been riding your Dynasty Owner Bench or hanging out on the Practice Squad.
QB: Dak Prescott (DAL) – 0.8 points
Dak Prescott was extremely close to have a Blutarsky (0.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points) or even worse. If his second interception of the night had come one play earlier, before his 16-yard completion to Michael Gallup, then Dak would have finished with 200 yards passing and exactly 0.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points. And if his fumble in the second quarter hadn’t gone out of bounds, he would have had -2.2 Dynasty Owner fantasy points. Both of those outcomes are even worse than the 0.8 Dynasty Owner fantasy point game (216 passing yards, 2 INTs, 2 fumbles – 1 lost) that Dak mustered against the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 11. It was his second “down” week of the season, but easily worse than his first one when he scored 7.8 Dynasty Owner fantasy points in Week 2 and much worse than any games he had in either 2019 or 2020. He has had four “up” weeks with 30.0 or more Dynasty Owner fantasy points this season, but not this week. Prescott should have been on your Bench, or Practice Squad, for Week 11.
RB: Darrel Williams (KC) – 3.6 points
Without Clyde Edwards-Helaire in the Kansas City Chiefs’ lineup, Darrel Williams picked it up significantly and averaged 17.8 Dynasty Owner fantasy points per game. He was playing like a top RB and had his best week of the season in Week 10 against Las Vegas with 29.4 Dynasty Owner fantasy points. Even though Edwards-Helaire was supposed to be back for Week 11, it seemed that Williams would still likely have a significant role after playing so well for five weeks. Unfortunately for everyone who had been relying on Williams in their Dynasty Owner Starting lineup, he went back to his backup usage from the start of the season when he averaged just over 4.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points per game. The lower than anticipated six touches yielded only 3.6 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (15 rushing yards, 1 reception, 11 receiving yards). That’s not even really Bench level production and definitely not worthy of having in your Starting lineup.
WR: Brandin Cooks (HOU) – 3.8 points
In his first three starts, Houston QB Tyrod Taylor completed 55 passes for 756 passing yards with Brandin Cooks hauling in 20 of those passes for 266 yards, or just over one-third of those completions and yards. That seemed to bode well for Cooks staying in your Dynasty Owner Starting lineup, even if Taylor didn’t play great. In Week 11, the Texans’ offense had less than 200 yards of total offense, including only 14 pass completions for 107 yards for Taylor. Unfortunately for Cooks, he didn’t get his usual one-third of the receptions and yards from Taylor. He did worse than that with only 2 receptions for 18 receiving yards (3.8 Dynasty Owner fantasy points). It was his worst game of the 2021 season and the second worst of his career in Houston. Since Cooks had scored over 10.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points in 17 out of his 24 games as a Texan, it was a clear unexpected down week for him and one in which he should have been on your Bench.
TE: C.Z. Uzomah (CIN) – 2.9 points
For the season, Uzomah was TE13 heading into Week 11, but with Tyler Higbee and Noah Fant on bye, he could have easily been pressed into the Starting lineup for Dynasty Owners even though he is the poster boy for up and down. He’s been so good twice with 26.5 Dynasty Owner fantasy points in Week 4 and 24.1 Dynasty Owner fantasy points in Week 7 that he has been the TE1 in both of those weeks. In the other seven weeks, he has averaged only 5.1 Dynasty Owner fantasy points per game. Pretty much two “up” games and seven “down” games for Uzomah before another down performance in Week 11 when he had just 2.9 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (2 receptions for 9 receiving yards). Hopefully, his Dynasty Owners had another better option this week and didn’t put Uzomah in their Starting lineup.
K: Tyler Bass (BUF) – -3.0 points
There were quite a few kickers who had down weeks, but none were worse than Tyler Bass who missed two long FGs of 49 yards and 57 yards and made his only PAT attempt to score -3.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points. Prior to Week 11, Bass had only missed one other FG attempt (a 53 yarder back in Week 2 against Miami). He had a low scoring game of 3.0 points that week, but no other games with fewer than 6.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points. That left him tied for the #5 ranked kicker in Dynasty Owner with Randy Bullock who also had a down Week 11 with zero points. Younghoe Koo and Cairo Santos also had negative Dynasty Owner fantasy points (-2.0 for Koo and -1.0 for Santos) this week and Matt Prater had a zero, but all of them were ranked lower than Bass and didn’t cost their teams as many points as Bass did. Hopefully your Dynasty Owner teams had three kickers and Bass was on your Practice Squad, or you accidentally had one of the kickers on bye in your Starting lineup or on your Bench instead of Bass.
Dynasty Owner Match-up of the Week Recap – Detroit’s Finest vs. Maple Bandits
Detroit’s Finest continued their winning ways with a robust victory over Maple Bandits to stay undefeated in League #74733, the Dynasty Dorks Pros vs. Joes (Lobos FF Den). However, both had down weeks and failed to hit their projected points.
Detroit’s Finest was able to overcome two Blutarskys (0.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points) in their Starting lineup plus one on their Bench. Neither Marquise Brown nor Antonio Brown played in Week 11 even though they were in the Starting lineup and on the Bench for Detroit’s Finest. Their Starting kicker, Randy Bullock, got his Blutarsky by making one PAT attempt and missing another one. Detroit’s Finest did get a season-high 37.2 Dynasty Owner fantasy points from Vikings WR Justin Jefferson and solid performances by Travis Kelce (18.8 Dynasty Owner fantasy points), Najee Harris (16.9 Dynasty Owner fantasy points), D.J. Moore (16.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points) and Leonard Fournette (13.4 Dynasty Owner fantasy points) to easily defeat Maple Bandits.
Christian McCaffrey did his part with 24.9 Dynasty Owner fantasy points for Maple Bandits, but Patrick Mahomes only had 8.1 points and none of the other players in their Starting lineup contributed many points at all. The 72.93 Dynasty Owner fantasy points scored by Maple Bandits was their lowest point total of the season and comes the week after they had their best scoring week of the season (156.13 Dynasty Owner fantasy points) in Week 10. Another instance of a Dynasty Owner team being up one week and down the next one.
Detroit’s Finest dropped out of the Top 10 in the Chase for the Ring standings as mentioned in the introduction. We’ll have to see who jumped up to replace them in the Top 10 after their second lowest scoring week of the season.
Chase for the Ring Leaderboard
There was actually more movement in the Top 10 than in previous weeks, with three teams moving in and out. One of the top teams all season had their worst week to drop out of the Top 25 entirely, while two other teams are on the upswing as they scored the most points in a game this season and cracked the Top 10.
The top six teams stayed intact with a little internal movement, including at the very top. The top spot flipped back to The Road Warriors who overtook SKOL Vikings (League #31927) by scoring a personal season-high of 231.13 Dynasty Owner fantasy points in Week 11. SKOL Vikings (League #31927) scored 197.63 points this week, but dropped into second place. DynastyTradeSchool (Mad Minshew) scored 207.0 points but remained in third place and even lost ground in their quest for first place. Thee Camel Toe Jockey didn’t have their worst week of the season, but it was still a down week as they lost for the first time and dropped from fourth place to sixth place. Havana Club 79 and Blaze’s Backyard Burners both moved up a spot.
We have three completely new teams in the Top 10 this week. Two teams had their highest scoring weeks of the season and catapulted into the Top 10 for the first time. All Might had 238.25 points and is now in seventh place, while juan blanco had even more points than that (259.35 points) to move into eighth place overall. The final new team in the Top 10 is THE DOTHRAKI in ninth place.
Heeb Unit was in ninth place last week, but fell all the way down to 40th place after scoring a season low 85.5 points in Week 11. This shows how easy it is to fall with a down week as Heeb Unit first appeared in the Top 10 in Week 3 in first place and had stayed in the Top 10 for eight straight weeks. The other team to drop out of the Top 10 was bradysbunch12 who fell 11 spots from seventh to 18th place.
With the up and downs of the NFL season, it’s impressive that we still have four undefeated Dynasty Owner teams eleven weeks into the season. Since all Dynasty Owner leagues are comprised of 12 teams, that means they have defeated everyone in their League already. Maybe one of the three teams they face for the second time this season will rise up and beat them.
With Week 12 and Thanksgiving rapidly approaching, I hope all Dynasty Owners are as thankful as I am for being able to play in such an innovative and challenging fantasy football format. Some of my teams are up and others are down, but I’m thankful for all of them and for everyone who reads my articles, watches my weekly preview videos, or views the weekly Livestream.
Every week, Dynasty Owners get the following content to help them in their quest to win their League and compete in the Chase for the Ring. First, we have Jay Pounds doing the Monday Night Football preview on Monday afternoons and his Free Agent Auction targets article and video on Tuesdays. Matt Morrison – The Jerk continues his Wednesday article and video series and then is back on Thursday afternoon with his Thursday Night Football preview. This week, he has a special Thanksgiving Thursday preview article that will drop earlier than normal. Finally, my article and video previewing the rest of the weekly slate of games will appear on Friday. Check it out to see how my Week 11 recommendations fared and what teams are featured in the Match-up of the Week.
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Steven Van Tassell is the Head of Content for Dynasty Owner