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Quarterbacks dominate the top fantasy scorers of Week 11

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Jon Kitna, QB, Cowboys

Kitna put up some tremendous numbers for fantasy owners in Week 11, passing for 147 yards, rushing for another 40 yards and scoring four touchdowns in a 35-19 win over the Lions. His scores came on passes of 1, 3 and 4 yards -- two of which went to Miles Austin -- and a 29-yard run in the fourth quarter. In his last two games, Kitna has now put up a combined 51.16 fantasy points on He faces the New Orleans Saints next on Thanksgiving Day.

Aaron Rodgers, QB, Packers

Michael Vick is getting all the press in fantasy land lately, but Rodgers is still one of the two or three elite quarterbacks in the league. He continued to prove that in Week 11, throwing for 310 yards with four touchdowns in a 31-3 win over the Minnesota Vikings. He threw one touchdown pass to James Jones (4 yards), and three others went to Greg Jennings (11, 46, 22 yards). Rodgers is now on pace to finish with 35 total touchdowns based on his current numbers.

Ben Roethlisberger, QB, Steelers

Roethlisberger posted an enormous stat line for the Steelers, throwing for 275 yards, rushing for another 55 yards and scoring four total touchdowns in a 35-3 blowout win over the Oakland Raiders. His scores came on passes of 22, 52 and 16 yards and a 16-yard run. Big Ben has now scored a combined 61.18 fantasy points on in his last two games. Fantasy owners should keep him active in Week 12 against the Buffalo Bills.

Greg Jennings, WR, Packers

Reports earlier in the season of Jennings' fantasy football demise were obviously exaggerated. The veteran wideout went off against the Vikings, catching seven passes for 152 yards with three touchdowns. He connected with Rodgers on scores of 11, 46 and 22 yards and has now found the end zone an impressive nine times on the season. A must-start wideout in all leagues, Jennings faces a weak Atlanta Falcons pass defense next.

Steve Johnson, WR, Bills

Has there been a more underrated player in fantasy football this season than Johnson? Undrafted in most fantasy leagues, the third-year wideout continued to thrive for the Bills and owners alike with eight catches, 137 yards and three touchdowns in a comeback win over the Cincinnati Bengals. His scores came on passes of 28, 11 and 32 yards from Ryan Fitzpatrick. Johnson is now on pace to finish with 83 catches, 1,165 yards and a ridiculous 14 touchdowns.

Michael Fabiano is an award-winning fantasy football analyst on Have a burning question for Michael on anything fantasy football related? Leave it in our comments section or send it to ****!

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