February 20 2018
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Dontrelle Inman, Jamaal Williams Fantasy Football Plug And Play Options Week 11

Miami Dolphins running back Kenyan Drake worked out great as a plug and play fantasy football option in Week 10, but New York Jets wide receiver Jermaine Kearse was unable to deliver despite a favorable matchup.

Fourth & Goal has two new plug and play fantasy options for Week 11, and both players come from the NFC North.

Chicago Bears wide receiver Dontrelle Inman

Inman caught six passes on eight targets for 88 yards in debut as a Chicago Bear and is likely to see a steady flow of targets throughout the remainder of the 2017 season. The Bears acquired the former Chargers wide receiver through a trade last month, and the seventh-round pick Chicago gave up for the 6-foot-3, 205-pound receiver may be viewed as a steal by season’s end.

Despite an impressive debut against the Green Bay Packers, Inman still remains less than 13 percent owned in fantasy leagues. The four-year veteran receiver recorded career-highs in receptions (58), receiving yards (810), and touchdowns (4) last season, but a crowded receiving corps in Los Angeles led to a mid-season trade.

Inman took the No. 3 spot on Fourth & Goal’s Week 11 waiver wire additions and has value as a WR3/flex option against the Detroit Lions this Sunday. Detroit’s defense has given up the 13th most fantasy points to opposing wide receivers this season.

Green Bay Packers RB Jamaal Williams

The Packers have already ruled out running backs Ty Montgomery and Aaron Jones for Sunday’s tilt against the Baltimore Ravens, making Williams an instant plug and play option for fantasy owners.

Green Bay’s rookie running back carried the ball 20 times for 67 yards against the Bears in Week 10. Williams should be in line for another heavy workload against the Ravens this Sunday.

The Packers 6-foot, 213-pound tailback should be considered an RB2 or can fill the flex position if needed in Week 11 and is less than 67 percent owned in fantasy leagues. The Ravens have surrendered the 15th most fantasy points to running backs in 2017.

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