Week 11 of the 2023 NFL Season has arrived and we’re still reeling from the drama of Week 10.

Philadelphia was idle but Dallas keeps widening the gap between them and the rest of the NFC Wildcard contenders. San Francisco ended their three-game skid with a win over the Jaguars. Kyler Murray returned but don’t tell him it’s too late to make a difference. Joshua Dobbs continues to be the talk of the town and no, we haven’t forgotten about the Lions who keep on winning by pouring on the points.

The AFC got tighter as the AFC North continues to be the most competitive. Cleveland, Baltimore and Pittsburgh all have a chance but the Browns took a big hit this week losing Deshaun Watson with a broken bone in his throwing shoulder. The Bills look more average with each passing week and the Broncos aren’t dead after all. But a new team has entered the playoff race and that’s the Houston Texans. C.J. Stroud continues to play like a QB1 regardless of matchup and they have an outside shot at challenging the Jaguars for the AFC South.

We’ve sorted though all of this week’s matchups, storylines, and potential game scripts. We will help you make those tough decisions.┬áIn no particular order, here are our Fantasy Football Sits for Week 11.

Josh Allen, QB, Buffalo Bills vs. New York Jets

It’s come to this, Josh Allen. After too many brain fart-filled starts, with too many turnovers we’ve come to the point where we need to bench you for a week. Yes, it’s two weeks before your bye, but you’re facing the Jets, who have not allowed a QB to go over single-digit points in three straight games. It’s a defense that’s taxed, but they’re doing everything they can to stay competitive in these games and this squad just keeps doing more.

Meanwhile, Allen has survived his bonehead play by making things happen with his feet. Allen has a rushing touchdown in seven of his last eight games. The only rushing touchdowns the Jets allowed so far is a Jalen Hurts tush-push in Week 6 and a Tommy DeVito scramble. They held Allen scoreless on the ground and picked him off three times in Week 1. Neither team is playing well but if Allen doesn’t play well again after Ken Dorsey was relieved of his duties, who do the Bills point the finger at next?