PFN’s Week 11 defense rankings are here to help you prepare for Sunday’s slate of fantasy football, and there’s no surprise that the team going against Houston is at the top of the list. Who else rounds out the top 10, and what D/ST streamers should you consider this week?
Week 11 D/ST Rankings | 1-15
Teams on a bye in Week 11: Los Angeles Rams and Denver Broncos
1. Tennessee Titans vs. HOU
2. Cleveland Browns vs. DET
3. Buffalo Bills vs. IND
4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. NYG
5. New Orleans Saints @ PHI
6. Carolina Panthers vs. WAS
7. Los Angeles Chargers vs. PIT
8. New England Patriots @ ATL
9. Baltimore Ravens @ CHI
10. Miami Dolphins @ NYJ
11. San Francisco 49ers @ JAX
12. Washington Football Team @ CAR
13. Pittsburgh Steelers @ LAC
14. Arizona Cardinals @ SEA
15. Green Bay Packers @ MIN
Defense Rankings for Week 11 | 16-30
16. Philadelphia Eagles vs. NO
17. Indianapolis Colts @ BUF
18. Las Vegas Raiders vs. CIN
19. Minnesota Vikings vs. GB
20. Jacksonville Jaguars vs. SF
21. New York Jets vs. MIA
22. Seattle Seahawks vs. ARI
23. Atlanta Falcons vs. NE
24. Dallas Cowboys @ KC
25. Kansas City Chiefs vs. DAL
26. Detroit Lions @ CLE
27. Chicago Bears vs. BAL
28. Cincinnati Bengals @ LV
29. New York Giants @ TB
30. Houston Texans @ TEN
Week 11 D/ST Streamers
If you’re looking for streaming options for Week 11, there are a few options with high upside. Here are three defenses to consider for your fantasy rosters.
Philadelphia Eagles (vs. New Orleans Saints)
Most people are sleeping on them, but the Eagles have been pretty impressive lately. They’ve won two of their last three games, with the one loss coming in a close battle with the Los Angeles Chargers. Over the last four weeks, Philly’s defense has been a top-10 unit, providing the sixth-most fantasy points. They’ve posted 7 sacks, 1 INT, 2 fumble recoveries, and 2 defensive TDs. Furthermore, they held the Broncos to 13 points in Week 10.
With a matchup on tap with a Saints offensive line that gave up 4 sacks last week, the Eagles are an interesting option against Trevor Siemian and his 57.7% completion percentage this year.
San Francisco 49ers (at Jacksonville Jaguars)
The Niners rounded into form in a major way against the Los Angeles Rams in Week 10. They intercepted Matthew Stafford twice and held a Rams offense that was averaging 29 points per game to only 10.
In Week 11, the 49ers will square off with the Jaguars. Trevor Lawrence and the Jags allow the third-most fantasy points to opposing defenses. As San Francisco is looking to get on a run and get into the playoff picture, they have the capability of having a great day on defense this week.
Cincinnati Bengals (at Las Vegas Raiders)
After failing to top 16 points in two straight games, it’s apparent that the Raiders’ offense lost a dynamic element when they released Henry Ruggs III. This offense looks disjointed, and the Bengals’ defense could capitalize.
The Bengals should come back with a renewed focus on maintaining their position in the AFC Playoff picture. Las Vegas has allowed 10.5 fantasy points per game to opposing defenses over the last two weeks, and Cincinnati will look to keep that trend going.