DFS Fantasy Football Sunday Slate\r\nWelcome to Week 11 of the NFL season! It\u2019s time for our DFS Week 11 Starts and Sits. We have 11 games on tap during the day, so let's explore a few options on how to get the best bang for our buck!\r\n\r\nI use the DraftKings salary cap as my basis for picks, which operates on a 50k salary but I know we have many FanDuel players as well. For reference, Fanduel operates on a 60k salary, so prices will appear higher on that platform.\r\nStart \u2018EM\r\nQB: Dwayne Haskins Jr. vs. NYJ ($4,800)\r\nHaskins has been named the starter for the rest of the season. Now, I get that the Redskins are not a good team. But neither are the Jets. However, one interesting statistic pertaining to the Jets defense is that they rank second in the league in rushing yards allowed per game. As much as interim Washington coach Bill Callahan wants to pound the rock, he may not find a lot of success on Sunday with that gameplan.\r\n\r\nLast week, Haskins threw for just 144 yards and zero touchdowns. That's only 7.2 fantasy points. However, the Bills are a stifling defense, and the Jets are 26th in the league in passing yards allowed and 20th against opposing QBs in fantasy. Haskins doesn't have to have a blowup game to produce a positive ROI on his dirt-cheap price tag. He just has to be average. If he scores in the teens in fantasy points even, that's a decent day.\r\n\r\nLet's hope Callahan allows Haskins to throw the ball against this bad defense and showcase the skills that made him a top pick in the draft. If that happens, Haskins could produce a high-teens or 20-point day, which would make him a steal at $4,800.\r\n\r\nRB: Josh Jacobs vs. CIN ($6,900)\r\n\r\nThis is my "guy you need to pay up for" this week. He is the seventh-highest priced running back on the slate, and I think he will be worth every penny. In the last five games, he has eclipsed 19 fantasy points in all but one. That one was against the up-tempo Houston Texans.\r\n\r\nJon Gruden wants to run the ball. He doesn't fully trust Derek Carr, so his preference is to ride the bellcow back in Jacobs.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n \r\n\r\nJacobs has received fewer than 15 carries in only two games this season, and he has three rushing performances of over 120 yards. This week, he gets the hapless Bengals, who rank dead last in the league in rushing yards allowed per game. This seems like all the makings of a big day for Jacobs.\r\n\r\nWR: Deebo Samuel vs. ARI ($4,000)\r\n\r\nDisclaimer: This pick is a real bargain if George Kittle and Emmanuel Sanders remain out this week. If at least one of them is out, I still think Deebo Samuel is a good play.\r\n\r\nSamuel showed what he could do when given the target share and some green grass in front of him, as he caught eight passes for 112 yards against the Seahawks. That's 22.2 fantasy points even without a touchdown to his name. His elite speed and playmaking ability render him an intriguing bargain play going into a battle with another divisional foe in the Cardinals.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nA couple of weeks ago, these two teams played and Jimmy G threw for four touchdowns en route to a 28-25 victory. While that may not be the case again, this game lends itself to a potentially high-scoring affair and Samuel could be a beneficiary of Arizona selling out to stop the Niners prolific run game. The Seahawks were able to do it successfully, and if the Cardinals take a similar approach, it could force Kyle Shanahan to call more passes. Samuel is a weapon on normal routes but can be featured in jet sweeps or other plays to use his speed and get him into space. Keep an eye on the status of Kittle and Sanders, but if they sit Samuel is an excellent play.\r\nSit \u2018EM\u00a0\r\nQB: Kirk Cousins vs. DEN ($6,300)\r\nExceedingly average. Triumphs over inferior opponents. Shrinks under pressure. These words could be etched on Kirk Cousins' tombstone. It perfectly encapsulates the essence of Cousins. Credit to where credit is due: He beat the Cowboys in primetime last week. Or maybe it was Dalvin Cook who should get the game ball for that one. Regardless, Cousins has been a solid real-life QB, but for fantasy, purposes is way too risky.\r\n\r\nIn 10 games this season, only four times has Cousins eclipsed 20 fantasy points. He is averaging 18.6 fantasy points per game, which is pretty low when you consider guys like Jameis Winston (22.1) and Dak Prescott (24.3) are a cut above. Furthermore, that number is inflated due to two huge blowup games against dreadful secondaries in the Eagles and Lions.\r\n\r\nThis week, Cousins gets the Denver Broncos who rank second in fantasy against opposing QBs. They rank 17th, however, in rushing yards allowed per game. This feels like a Dalvin Cook game, with some timely play-action passes. The floor isn't high for Cousins and neither is the ceiling. There are better options out there.\r\n\r\nRB: Mark Ingram vs. HOU ($6,600)\r\n\r\nIngram has been a boom-or-bust running back this season. He has the ability to go off for big games, but he is mostly touchdown-dependent in order to really outperform his price tag. Only three times this season has Ingram rushed for over 100 yards. Besides those performances, he has rushed for under 75 yards every game.\r\n\r\nNow, you can talk yourself into Ingram this week because this game may be high-scoring, but I prefer to bank on consistent volume over red zone opportunities if I am paying for an RB. You can go cheaper by $500 and grab Tevin Coleman, who will be featured as Breida is out for this weekend. Or can even go the bargain route and grab Raheem Mostert. Or for over $1,000 less, you can get James White against a bad Eagles pass defense. He has scored in double digits every game this season.\r\n\r\nWR: Stefon Diggs vs. DEN ($6,900)\r\n\r\nAfter a torrid three games against inferior defenses, piling up 21 catches on over 400 yards, Diggs has come down to earth. The last two games he has four catches for 53 yards.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nYou always hear about stacking players in favorable matchups. Well, this is the anti-stack of Vikings. Cousins and Diggs are too risky against the Broncos defense. Denver ranks third in fantasy against opposing WR and I don't expect Diggs to outplay his price tag this week. He has big-play ability, which could save his day. All it takes is one big play to put up a respectable fantasy day. I just don't feel comfortable banking on that.\r\n\r\nThose are your DFS Week 11 Starts and Sits. Good luck! Here\u2019s to hoping your fantasy football players ball out and you cash out.