Chiefs’ Eric Berry ripe for a big Week 11:DB Streaming

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Kansas City Chiefs’ safety Eric Berry has missed a lot of this season through injury, but now is the time to pluck him from the waiver wire and get him in your roster. His match up against the Seahawks is almost too perfect. For more information on the streaming strategy for DBs click here.

 

Week 10 Summary:

Antoine Cason, CB, Carolina (@PHI): 2 tackles, 1 pass defended

Antonio Cromartie, CB, Arizona (v STL): 1 tackle, 1 tackle for loss, 1 fumble recovery, 1 touchdown

Dawan Landry, S, New York Jets (v PIT): 2 tackles, 4 assists

Michael Mitchell, S, Pittsburgh Steelers (@ NYJ): 2 tackles, 2 assists

 

Week 11 Streaming Targets:

Eric Berry, S, Kansas City (v SEA)

Berry has been hurt most of this season, after a fourteen tackle opening week he missed the next seven games on the spin. After a steady couple of weeks since he’s returned, Berry is ripe for the picking (sorry about that) on your waiver wire and could be a great rest of season option, let alone a plug and play guy, especially in leagues with a dedicated safety position. His matchup against Marshawn Lynch and the Seahawks couldn’t have been timed better. Prediction: 9 tackles,4 assists, INT Chance: 10%

 

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Donte Whitner, S, Cleveland (v HOU)

Whitner has been quietly productive in Cleveland this year, scoring 8 or more points in almost half of his games so far. Against Houston he’s up against Arian Foster who has the 5th most rushing attempts in the NFL and has 5.1 yards per rush at the moment, tied with DeMarco Murray. Bustling through linebackers is Foster’s game, and he’ll be heading straight at Whitner who is an excellent open field tackler. Prediction: 7 tackles, 3 assists, 1 passes defended. INT Chance: 15%

 

Antonio Cromartie, CB, Arizona (v DET)

Cromartie was recommended last week and managed a fumble recovery for a touchdown fortunately. This week he faces Matthew Stafford who has his favourite target back in Calvin Johnson. However, Stafford has thrown the 6th most passes this season,  and that number will only increase with Megatron back on the scene. That volume of passes can only be good for opposing cornerbacks who will be poised to add to Stafford’s eight interceptions on the season. Prediction: 4 tackles, 1 assist, 1 pass defended, INT Chance: 20%

 

Brandon Flowers, CB, San Diego (v OAK)

Flowers has missed a couple of games early on but when he’s been healthy he’s been busy including back to back interceptions in weeks 4 and 5. Flowers is up against the Radiers who gave the Chargers a good game in the return fixture over in Oakland. I’ve been impressed with Derek Carr but he does take risks and Flowers is just the kind of receiver to take advantage of it. Prediction: 6 tackles, 3 assists INT Chance: 25%

 

Good luck this week in your fantasy matchups, keep streaming!

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One Comment

  1. Zach

    November 12, 2014 at 1:10 pm

    Who do you like more this week…

    A. Barr @ CHI or M. Kendricks @ GB? (6 point per sack, 2 point per tackle)

    E. Griffen @ CHI or A. Quinn vs. DEN? (6 point per sack, 4 point per tackle)

    – I would normally start Quinn, but I feel like P. Manning is good about getting rid of the ball before a sack, however they could run the ball more if they put up huge points quickly… if I play A. Barr though, will there be enough to go around for both IDP players (Griffen + Barr)?

    Thanks so much for your input!

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