Fantasy Football: Week 11 Defense Rankings

Check out Kevin Hanson's top 25 defenses for Week 11 of the 2019 season.
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Nov 3, 2019; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker T.J. Watt (90) celebrates a sack against the Indianapolis Colts during the fourth quarter at Heinz Field. The Steelers won 26-24. Mandatory Credit: Philip G. Pavely-USA TODAY Sports

Kevin Hanson joins SI for the 2019 season. His fantasy rankings have placed him in the Top 20 in each of the past two seasons among all the industry experts tracked by FantasyPros.com, and he has been in the Top 25 in six of the past eight years.

Check out more of Kevin’s rankings: QB, RB, WR, TE, flex and kicker.

Week 11 fantasy football team defense rankings:

DST1: Minnesota Vikings, MIN vs DEN

DST2: Los Angeles Rams, LAR vs CHI

DST3: Buffalo Bills, BUF @ MIA

DST4: San Francisco 49ers, SF vs ARI

DST5: Pittsburgh Steelers, PIT @ CLE

DST6: New Orleans Saints, NO @ TB

DST7: New England Patriots, NE @ PHI

DST8: Dallas Cowboys, DAL @ DET

DST9: New York Jets, NYJ @ WAS

DST10: Oakland Raiders, OAK vs CIN

DST11: Chicago Bears, CHI @ LAR

DST12: Baltimore Ravens, BAL vs HOU

DST13: Carolina Panthers, CAR vs ATL

DST14: Kansas City Chiefs, KC @ LAC

DST15: Jacksonville Jaguars, JAC @ IND

DST16: Washington Redskins, WAS vs NYJ

DST17: Indianapolis Colts, IND vs JAC

DST18: Cleveland Browns, CLE vs PIT

DST19: Denver Broncos, DEN @ MIN

DST20: Miami Dolphins, MIA vs BUF

DST21: Philadelphia Eagles, PHI vs NE

DST22: Tampa Bay Buccaneers, TB vs NO

DST23: Houston Texans, HOU @ BAL

DST24: Atlanta Falcons, ATL @ CAR

DST25: Los Angeles Chargers, LAC vs KC

More Advice from SI Fantasy:

—Week 11 PPR rankings from Shawn Childs of FullTime Fantasy: QB, RB, WR, TE

—Dr. Roto’s Start ‘Em, Sit ‘Em for your tougher lineup decisions

—Frank Taddeo’s streaming options if you’re dealing with injuries or bye weeks

—Tuesday’s Bull Market Fantasy show with Jim Cramer

—Jaime Eisner’s waiver wire pickups: Brian Hill, Darius Slayton and suggestions for deeper leagues

—Frankie Taddeo’s droppables, with some big-name players you shouldn’t feel bad about cutting

—Jaime Eisner’s stock watch can help you win a trade

—Bill Enright’s injury report has the impact on everyone who got hurt in Week 10