Fantasy Football Matchup Analyzer: Week 11 Ks
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Fantasy Football Matchup Analyzer: Week 11

This tool is not meant to be a replacement for our weekly player rankings, although matchups are taken into consideration for those as well. You shouldn't bench a stud player who has a difficult matchup or automatically start a fantasy backup who has an easy matchup. It's meant to be a helpful tool when deciding between two closely ranked players. The matchups are graded on how many fantasy points the opposing team surrendered to this position on average.

Week:

Easiest Matchups

  1. Oakland at San Diego (allows 9.3 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 Sebastian Janikowski
  2. Tampa Bay at (allows 9.3 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 Rian Lindell
  3. Pittsburgh at Tennessee (allows 9.3 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 Shaun Suisham
  4. Buffalo at Miami (allows 8.7 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 Dan Carpenter
  5. San Diego vs. Oakland (allows 8.6 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 Nick Novak
  6. Chicago vs. Minnesota (allows 8.6 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 Robbie Gould
  7. Indianapolis vs. New England (allows 8.3 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 Adam Vinatieri
  8. Atlanta at Carolina (allows 8.3 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 Matt Bryant
  9. Seattle at Kansas City (allows 8.3 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 Steven Hauschka
  10. Arizona vs. Detroit (allows 8.2 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 Jay Feely

Toughest Matchups

  1. St. Louis vs. Denver (allows 0.0 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 Greg Zuerlein
  2. New Orleans vs. Cincinnati (allows 5.5 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 Derek Dimke
  3. San Francisco at New York Giants (allows 6.5 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 Phil Dawson
  4. Carolina vs. Atlanta (allows 6.5 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 Graham Gano
  5. Tennessee vs. Pittsburgh (allows 6.6 points per game to Ks)
  6. Denver at St. Louis (allows 6.6 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 Matt Prater
  7. Cleveland vs. Houston (allows 6.8 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 Billy Cundiff
  8. Miami vs. Buffalo (allows 6.8 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 Caleb Sturgis
  9. New England at Indianapolis (allows 6.8 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 Stephen Gostkowski
  10. Minnesota at Chicago (allows 7.0 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 Blair Walsh
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