Fantasy Football: 8 players who stood out in Week 11

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Jaylen Warren

Jaylen Warren continues to be a problem for the Pittsburgh Steelers coaching staff because he continues to be way more productive than Najee Harris. It is tough to deny his production and it should only be a matter of time before he is the lead back for this offense.

In Week 11, Warren had only nine carries but ran for 129 yards with a 74-yard touchdown run while catching all three of his targets for 16 yards. Meanwhile, Harris had 12 carries for only 35 yards.

The schedule for Jaylen Warren over the second half of the season is one of the easiest among running backs. He has two games against the Bengals, one against the Cardinals, Colts and Seahawks. If the Steelers were to commit to Warren, he would easily be an RB1 but until they make the switch he is a high-ceiling RB2/flex option.