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Fantasy Football Week 11: PPR Cheat Sheet to help you get the most out of your starting lineups

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The Lineup Cheat Sheet combines Fantasy analysis and game-flow predictions with a confidence scale to give you a definitive answer on who to start in your leagues.

It’s pretty simple: The scale runs from 1-10. The higher the number next to a player’s name, the more confident you should be to start him. The numbers are not a projection, just a confidence score to help you pick who to start. Every relevant player for this week is here, so if a player isn’t listed, don’t start him.

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To find a specific player, use your search function — CTRL-F on PCs and Command-F on Macs. If neither of those are options, or if you’re on a mobile device, you can scroll by game.

If you’re still unsure, just send a note on Twitter (@daverichard) and I’ll give it a look, time permitting. 

Ready to get off on the right foot? Here’s how to approach every play for this week in PPR leagues — you can find our Non-PPR cheat sheet here.

More Week 11: Start ‘Em & Sit ‘EmStarts, Sits, Sleepers & Busts | RB Preview | WR Preview | QB Preview | TE preview | Trade Values | Cut List |

All lines from Caesars Sportsbook.

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Patriots RTG (MAX 10) Falcons RTG (MAX 10)
Mac Jones (5.8) Matt Ryan (6.2)
Damien Harris (7.5) Mike Davis (6.5)
Rhamondre Stevenson (6.7) Wayne Gallman (4.5)
Brandon Bolden (5.5) Russell Gage (4.9)
Jakobi Meyers (4.0) Tajae Sharpe (2.6)
Kendrick Bourne (3.7) Kyle Pitts (7.5)
Nelson Agholor (2.1) Falcons DST (2.7)
Hunter Henry (7.0)
Patriots DST (9.0)
Colts RTG (MAX 10) Bills RTG (MAX 10)
Carson Wentz (5.6) Josh Allen (9.7)
Jonathan Taylor (9.8) Zack Moss (6.6)
Nyheim Hines (5.4) Devin Singletary (5.0)
Michael Pittman (6.9) Stefon Diggs (9.7)
T.Y. Hilton (3.8) Cole Beasley (6.8)
Zach Pascal (2.0) Emmanuel Sanders (5.9)
Colts DST (5.8) Dawson Knox (7.6)
Bills DST (8.4)
Washington RTG (MAX 10) Panthers RTG (MAX 10)
Taylor Heinicke (5.0) Cam Newton (6.0)
Antonio Gibson (7.9) Christian McCaffrey (9.9)
J.D. McKissic (5.7) D.J. Moore (6.1)
Terry McLaurin (7.9) Robby Anderson (4.6)
DeAndre Carter (2.5) Panthers DST (8.6)
Washington DST (6.2)
Ravens RTG (MAX 10) Bears RTG (MAX 10)
Lamar Jackson (9.0) Justin Fields (6.4)
Devonta Freeman (6.4) David Montgomery (8.8)
Marquise Brown (8.8) Darnell Mooney (6.3)
Rashod Bateman (6.0) Allen Robinson (0.0)
Sammy Watkins (3.1) Cole Kmet (6.8)
Mark Andrews (8.9) Bears DST (6.0)
Ravens DST (7.6)
Lions RTG (MAX 10) Browns RTG (MAX 10)
Tim Boyle (2.6) Baker Mayfield (4.6)
D’Andre Swift (9.1) Nick Chubb (9.3)
Amon-Ra St. Brown (2.3) Jarvis Landry (6.2)
Kalif Raymond (2.2) Donovan Peoples-Jones (4.1)
T.J. Hockenson (7.3) Austin Hooper (4.9)
Lions DST (4.1) David Njoku (3.8)
Browns DST (8.0)
49ers RTG (MAX 10) Jaguars RTG (MAX 10)
Jimmy Garoppolo (5.7) Trevor Lawrence (3.6)
Jeff Wilson (7.1) James Robinson (8.7)
Deebo Samuel (9.2) Jamal Agnew (5.7)
Brandon Aiyuk (5.5) Marvin Jones (4.8)
George Kittle (9.1) Laviska Shenault Jr. (1.9)
49ers DST (7.1) Dan Arnold (7.2)
Jaguars DST (4.3)
Packers RTG (MAX 10) Vikings RTG (MAX 10)
Aaron Rodgers (7.7) Kirk Cousins (6.6)
A.J. Dillon (8.9) Dalvin Cook (9.7)
Davante Adams (9.9) Justin Jefferson (9.6)
Marquez Valdes-Scantling (2.8) Adam Thielen (7.1)
Allen Lazard (2.7) Tyler Conklin (7.1)
Randall Cobb (2.4) Vikings DST (4.8)
Packers DST (6.9)
Dolphins RTG (MAX 10) Jets RTG (MAX 10)
Tua Tagovailoa (7.5) Joe Flacco (3.9)
Myles Gaskin (7.3) Michael Carter (7.0)
Jaylen Waddle (7.3) Ty Johnson (6.0)
Albert Wilson (3.0) Elijah Moore (6.7)
Isaiah Ford (2.9) Corey Davis (6.5)
Mike Gesicki (7.7) Jamison Crowder (4.2)
Dolphins DST (8.2) Jets DST (2.5)
Saints RTG (MAX 10) Eagles RTG (MAX 10)
Trevor Siemian (5.4) Jalen Hurts (7.4)
Mark Ingram (8.4) Jordan Howard (6.3)
Deonte Harris (5.2) Boston Scott (5.3)
Marquez Callaway (5.1) DeVonta Smith (7.6)
Tre’Quan Smith (4.4) Dallas Goedert (7.4)
Saints DST (7.0) Eagles DST (5.3)
Texans RTG (MAX 10) Titans RTG (MAX 10)
Tyrod Taylor (2.3) Ryan Tannehill (7.2)
Brandin Cooks (8.4) D’Onta Foreman (5.6)
Texans DST (2.4) A.J. Brown (9.4)
Marcus Johnson (5.3)
Geoff Swaim (5.7)
Titans DST (9.1)
Bengals RTG (MAX 10) Raiders RTG (MAX 10)
Joe Burrow (8.3) Derek Carr (6.8)
Joe Mixon (9.6) Josh Jacobs (7.2)
Ja’Marr Chase (8.7) Kenyan Drake (5.9)
Tee Higgins (7.5) Hunter Renfrow (8.3)
Tyler Boyd (5.4) Bryan Edwards (4.7)
C.J. Uzomah (6.9) Darren Waller (8.2)
Bengals DST (7.5) Raiders DST (4.0)
Cowboys RTG (MAX 10) Chiefs RTG (MAX 10)
Dak Prescott (7.9) Patrick Mahomes (9.5)
Ezekiel Elliott (8.6) Darrel Williams (8.1)
Tony Pollard (5.8) Tyreek Hill (9.8)
CeeDee Lamb (9.3) Mecole Hardman (4.3)
Michael Gallup (7.0) Byron Pringle (3.3)
Ced Wilson (1.6) Travis Kelce (9.4)
Dalton Schultz (7.25) Chiefs DST (4.6)
Cowboys DST (6.4)
Cardinals RTG (MAX 10) Seahawks RTG (MAX 10)
Colt McCoy (2.7) Russell Wilson (7.0)
James Conner (8.3) Alex Collins (6.2)
Christian Kirk (6.6) DK Metcalf (8.5)
A.J. Green (3.9) Tyler Lockett (7.7)
Rondale Moore (3.4) Gerald Everett (4.0)
Zach Ertz (6.6) Seahawks DST (5.4)
Cardinals DST (7.2)
Steelers RTG (MAX 10) Chargers RTG (MAX 10)
Mason Rudolph (3.8) Justin Herbert (7.6)
Najee Harris (9.4) Austin Ekeler (9.0)
Diontae Johnson (8.6) Keenan Allen (9.1)
Chase Claypool (5.8) Mike Williams (7.2)
James Washington (3.6) Jared Cook (5.5)
Pat Freiermuth (7.35) Chargers DST (5.6)
Steelers DST (6.6)
Giants RTG (MAX 10) Buccaneers RTG (MAX 10)
Daniel Jones (4.8) Tom Brady (8.8)
Saquon Barkley (8.5) Leonard Fournette (8.2)
Kenny Golladay (6.4) Mike Evans (9.5)
Kadarius Toney (5.6) Chris Godwin (8.9)
Darius Slayton (3.2) Rob Gronkowski (7.45)
Evan Engram (6.4) Buccaneers DST (8.3)
Giants DST (3.1)

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Serena Williams announces retirement plans: Tennis superstar ‘ready for what’s next’

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One of the most prominent American athletes is ready to retire. Tennis legend Serena Williams has announced her retirement plans in the latest issue of Vogue. She did not put an exact timeline on when she will stop playing, but does plan to play in the upcoming US Open.

“It’s the hardest thing that I could ever imagine,” the tennis star told Vogue. “I don’t want it to be over, but at the same time I’m ready for what’s next.”

In an Instagram post promoting the Vogue piece on Tuesday morning, Williams wrote “I’m gonna relish these next few weeks,” insinuating that the US Open — which begins on Aug. 29 — will be her last tournament.

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Williams, 40, changed the sport of tennis when she broke onto the scene in 1995. Since then, she has won the Australian Open seven times, Wimbledon seven times, the US Open six times and the French Open three times. Altogether, she has 23 Grand Slam singles titles to her name, the most by any player in the Open Era.

The only person with more Grand Slam titles is Margaret Court (24).

“Unfortunately I wasn’t ready to win Wimbledon this year,” Williams told Vouge. “And I don’t know if I will be ready to win New York [the US Open]. But I’m going to try. And the lead-up tournaments will be fun.”

During her career, Williams was at the top of the Women’s Tennis Association rankings for a joint-record 186 consecutive weeks, and finished as the year-end No. 1 five times. 

CBS Sports will have more on this breaking news story.

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Patrick Mahomes revealed that he learned a valuable lesson from blowing an 18-point lead against the Cincinnati Bengals, and losing out on the AFC Championship: Never take your foot off the gas. The Kansas City Chiefs quarterback said that the lead had the team playing it safe, thus allowing Joe Burrow to stage a comeback, and taking their spot in the Super Bowl. Mahomes asserts he won’t make that mistake again, and Greg Jennings shares his thoughts on the QBs comments.



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Fantasy Football Rankings 2022: Sleepers from advanced model that nailed Damian Harris’ big season

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Dalton Schultz of the Dallas Cowboys made major strides last season, when he jumped to the No. 3 tight end in the Fantasy football rankings. With Dallas losing two of its top four wideouts this offseason, Schultz could potentially vault to the very top at his position as a major component in a high-octane offense. Thus, despite his gaudy 78-808-8 stat line from a year ago, Schultz could still be in the conversation as one of the 2022 Fantasy football sleepers.

Others like Kyle Pitts and Zach Ertz also have chances to be even more productive considering the skill position personnel losses of their respective teams. The tight end position isn’t very deep outside the likes of Travis Kelce and George Kittle, but there is value in the middle of the Fantasy football rankings 2022. Who should you keep an eye on before going on the clock? Before crafting your 2022 Fantasy football draft strategy, be sure to check out the 2022 Fantasy football cheat sheets from the proven computer model at SportsLine.

Last year, the model accurately predicted that Patriots running back Damian Harris would dramatically outperform his fifth-round Fantasy football ADP. The result: Harris became the early-down workhorse for New England and rushed for 929 yards and 15 touchdowns to finish as the No. 8 running back in all of Fantasy football. He finished ahead of Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Josh Jacobs and Chris Carson, who were all coming off the board at least 20 picks earlier on average.

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The same model has a proven track record providing Fantasy football tips, also identifying A.J. Brown as another sleeper in 2020 and players like Julio Jones and JuJu Smith-Schuster as Fantasy football busts last season. Additionally, it’s called past Fantasy football sleepers like Derrick Henry in 2019, Christian McCaffrey and Alvin Kamara in 2018, and Davante Adams in 2017. Anybody who banked on players like those made a run at their league title.

The model is powered by the same people who generated projections for all three major Fantasy sites, and it beat human experts last season when there was a big difference in ranking. The projections update multiple times daily, so you’re always getting the best Fantasy football advice.

Now, SportsLine has simulated the entire NFL season 10,000 times and released its latest Fantasy football rankings 2022, along with plenty of sleepers, breakouts and busts. Head to SportsLine now to see them

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One of the 2022 Fantasy football sleepers the model is predicting: Dolphins tight end Mike Gesicki. The former Penn State star has increased his catches and receiving yards every year and posted a 73-780-2 stat line last year. He’s finished as a top 11 Fantasy tight end each of the past three seasons and is playing on the franchise tag in 2022, so he has all the motivation needed for a career year.

Miami appointed Mike McDaniel as its new head coach and the former 49ers assistant was a big part of Kittle’s ascension into the league’s elite. He should utilize Gesicki similarly, as the athletic tight end will be a complement on intermediate routes to Tyreek Hill’s deep routes. Gesicki didn’t even finish among the top 10 tight ends in snaps last year, so there’s room for improvement, and SportsLine’s model pegs him as a top-10 player in its 2022 Fantasy football TE rankings.

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Another sleeper that SportsLine’s Fantasy football rankings 2022 have identified: Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey. Injuries aside, McCaffrey has been the top Fantasy football player over the last few seasons. He would be the clear No. 1 pick in Fantasy football drafts if owners could certify a clean bill of health for Carolina’s star.

However, he has become one of the Fantasy football sleepers 2022 based on his 2022 Fantasy football ADP, which is early in the third round. SportsLine’s model expects him to have a better season than James Conner and Aaron Jones, who are both being selected before him in most drafts. While there might be injury concerns surrounding McCaffrey, he is worth selecting as a sleeper pick.

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SportsLine is also extremely high on a surprising quarterback you aren’t even thinking about being taken in the middle rounds of 2022 Fantasy football drafts. This quarterback is listed as a shocking top-five option ahead of superstars like Patrick Mahomes and Lamar JacksonYou can only see who it is, and the 2022 Fantasy football rankings for every player, at SportsLine.

So which 2022 Fantasy Football sleepers should you be targeting? And which QB shocks the NFL with a top-five performance? Visit SportsLine now to get 2022 Fantasy Football cheat sheets for every single position, all from the model that called Damian Harris’ huge season, and find out.

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