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Fantasy Football Fix: Fantasy Outsiders Week 11 Recap

B-TRAIN 134.5 – 94 Paige
Difference Makers: Not only did B-Train pick up his first victory of the season, he did it in style – notching the highest score in the league for Week 11. Giovani Bernard led the way with 23 points, Danny Amendola chipped in 21 and Teddy Bridgewater added 20. With Thomas Rawls also in the mix now (not to mention Dez Bryant and Todd Gurley), B-train could be a tough team to beat down the stretch.

BURNS 119.7 – 119 Byrd
Difference Makers: Burns edged his afternoon producer by less than one point, pulling into a three-way tie for the final playoff spot in the process. The receivers decided this one as Burns got a combined 54 points from DeAndre Hopkins and Julio Jones, while Byrd got just 17 total from Jordan Matthews and Eric Decker. LeSean McCoy nearly brought Byrd back on Monday Night Football, but his 24 points weren’t quite enough.

DOUG 102.4 – 80.1 Marotta
Difference Makers: Tyler Eifert (17), Allen Robinson (16) and Brandon Marshall (16) led the way for Doug, who moved to 9-2 behind a very balanced attack. Marotta got 30 from Jameis Winston, but the negative-6 that Chip Kelly and his Eagles D turned in really didn’t help very much.

LUKE 80.4 – 77.4 Wolf
Difference Makers: Luke put up his lowest score of the season by 30 points, but picked up the win anyway, because Wolf also had an off week. Mike Evans (16) and Chandler Catanzaro (10) were about the only players who showed up for Luke, who got just enough from Tyrod Taylor (9) on MNF to steal the game. If not for Catanzaro’s last-second field goal to power the Cardinals to victory over the Bengals, Luke and Wolf would have tied.

BICKLEY 60.9 – 54 Calvisi
Difference Makers: Bickley had his worst week of the year by far, getting just 60.9 points while losing Devonta Freeman in the process. Fortunately for him, he ran his record to a league-leading 10-1 anyway – because Calvisi also had his worst week of the season.


1. Luke Lapinski (9-2)*
2. Paige Dimakos (5-6)
2. Jordan Byrd (5-6)
2. Dave Burns (5-6)
5. Bertrand Berry (1-10)

1. Dan Bickley (10-1)*
2. Doug Franz (9-2)*
3. Paul Calvisi (6-5)
4. Vince Marotta (4-7)
5. Ron Wolfley (1-10)


Wolf (1-10) vs Bickley (10-1)
Burns (5-6) vs Luke (9-2)
Doug (9-2) vs Paige (5-6)
Byrd (5-6) vs B-Train (1-10)
Calvisi (6-5) vs Marotta (4-7)

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