Week 11 sleepers: Eli in sync with Randle

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Time now to take a look at your top sleepers for Week 11.

***Thursday night special!!*** Donald Brown, RB, Indianapolis Colts: If you've seen the Colts play this year, it's easy to see Brown has been their best running back. The matchup is great for him and he figures to be featured prominently as both a runner and a receiver. Don't be scared to play him on Thursday Night Football, right here on NFL Network.

Josh McCown, QB, Chicago Bears: Looked pretty good in relief of Jay Cutler in recent weeks. And let's be honest, if you have some great options like Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery, it's going to help.

Mike Glennon, QB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers: He's thrown for eight touchdowns with just three turnovers in his last five games. The Falcons have allowed the fifth-most fantasy points to quarterbacks this year. They've allowed 19 touchdown passes this season.

Andre Brown, RB, New York Giants: He's rushed for a touchdown in his last six consecutive games. He had 30 carries against the Raiders in Week 10, which was tops in the NFL. The Packers have allowed more than 100 rushing yards in three consecutive games.

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Andre Ellington, RB, Arizona Cardinals: He's averaged 7.4 yards per carry over his last four games. The Jaguars have allowed the most rushing yards to running backs this season. And they have allowed 10 rushing touchdowns in their last four.

Riley Cooper, WR, Philadelphia Eagles: He has really hit his stride with Nick Foles. Six of his seven touchdowns this season were thrown by Foles. The Redskins have allowed eight touchdown passes in their last three games.

Rueben Randle, WR, New York Giants: He's scored eight fantasy points in three consecutive home games. The last five touchdown passes thrown by Eli Manning have all gone to Randle. Randle also has six touchdowns in his last five home games.

Golden Tate, WR, Seattle Seahawks: He's led the team with 64 targets this season. He's had the eighth-most fantasy points among receivers over the last four weeks. He's had three receiving touchdowns in the last three weeks.

Emmanuel Sanders, WR, Pittsburgh Steelers: Like the matchup for Sanders, as the Lions have allowed the third-most points to fantasy receivers this year.

Marcedes Lewis, TE, Jacksonville Jaguars: The Cardinals have allowed the most points to fantasy tight ends this season. In fact, the Cardinals have allowed a league-high nine touchdown passes to tight ends.

Buffalo Bills D/ST: The Bills have recorded a sack in 18 consecutive home games and the Jets have 19 giveaways in the last seven road games. Pretty strong combo.


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