Week 11 Fantasy Football Recap: Harris and Wallace Make Big Moves
Running back Najee Harris has come along since his lackluster performance against the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 8.
After registering 90 rushing yards and two touchdowns in their loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, Harris moved seven spots to the 22nd spot among running backs with 97.0 fantasy points according to fantasypros.com. With the way he has been trending as of late, one should expect him to continue moving up the charts.
The biggest mover of the week was cornerback Levi Wallace, who recorded his third interception of the season along with two passes defensed against the Bengals. After his performance this week, he moved up 29 spots to No. 117 among defensive backs with 61.0 fantasy points. He continues to grow as a reliable playmaker with each passing week.
Veteran defensive lineman Cam Heyward continues to prove his value, as he is currently the team's highest-graded player according to Pro Football Focus. After recording a sack and two quarterback hits against the Bengals in Week 11, Heyward moved up to the 20th spot among defensive linemen with 92 fantasy points.
Despite only playing three games this season, All-Pro TJ Watt has built up enough equity to register 49 fantasy points, as he currently ranks 89th among linebackers. Speaking of linebackers, Alex Highsmith recorded his ninth sack of the season against the Bengals and currently ranks 30th in fantasy points with 114.
Rookie Kenny Pickett moved up to the 30th spot among quarterbacks with 93.34 fantasy points, while safety Minkah Fitzpatrick sits 44th among defensive backs with 89.4 fantasy points.
Steelers You Should Start In Week 12:
QB Kenny Pickett
RB Najee Harris
TE Pat Freiermuth
WR George Pickens
WR Diontae Johnson
DL Cam Heyward
LB Alex Highsmith
LB TJ Watt
LB Myles Jack
CB Levi Wallace
S Minkah Fitzpatrick
DB Damontae Kazee
CB Cam Sutton