Fantasy Football Week 11 Advice: Fred Davis Is Decent Start For Redskins

The Washington Redskins are taking on the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, and are underdogs by more than a touchdown. After failing to score a single touchdown in two of the last three games, we're left wondering if any players on the Redskins' roster are worth starting on your fantasy football team this week.

Let's let our favorite fantasy football project site numberFire give us the answer.

So in short, the answer is no.

With head coach Mike Shanahan switching his starting running back on a weekly basis, neither Roy Helu or Ryan Torain can be looked at as a capable starting back this week. And just as Leonard Hankerson was starting to emerge as a potential big play wide receiver, he was forced onto the injured reserve list, leaving the Redskins without a reliable fantasy option at the receiver position.

The only player on Washington's roster that you may wish to consider for your fantasy team is Fred Davis. The tight end is projected to earn 6.41 points this week, making him a decent start in most leagues.

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