As owners of this dynamic duo already know, both Vincent Jackson and Mike Williams have played well above their draft price nearly all year. Vincent was the 24th WR off the board in yahoo leagues and Mike Williams was nothing more than an afterthought as the WR39. It has been a perfect storm for fantasy relevance for these two. One, Josh Freeman has bounced back from an abysmal year to become a top 12 QB again and secondly, Doug Martin has almost single-handedly won some of his owners weeks 8 and 9 for his fantasy owners and changed the dynamics of that offense immensely. The third and most important part of all of this in my mind, however, has been the schedule. The last few weeks has been like taking a mallet to a cream puff in terms of defensive resistance and to the Buccs credit, they have done a great job taking advantage of it as a team. But I’m looking back and seeing the last few times Freeman was truly challenged by a secondary of any merit – namely week 1 and week 3 – and it makes me pause. You see, week 1 they played the Panthers and although the team won, V-Jax only had 4 receptions for 47 yards while Williams caught only 2 passes for 12 yards but was saved by one of those receptions being a touchdown. Turn around week 3 vs the Cowboys and the pair combined for 3 receptions and only 62 yards. I guess what I’m trying to say is you either believe or don’t believe Buccs receivers are match up proof and I lean towards the nay side of things and it just so happens they get a rematch with the Panthers in week 11. Don’t let the record fool you, the Panthers have been no slouch against WRs and QBs this season, giving up the 8th and 10th least fantasy points to those respective positions on a weekly basis for the season. So pardon me while I go Willy Wonka on these guys and say you get nothing! You lose! Good day sir! Now that we’ve got that out of the way, let’s look at the bright side of fantasy life. Denarius Moore and Darrius Heyward-Bey get a bigger bump than a lady with octuplets in my rankings this week as they take on New Orleans which also bodes well for pretty much every Raider including Carson Palmer. You’ll also notice I didn’t learn my lesson from Anthony Fasano last week in the tight end rankings as I still say he’s a good start. Something about a tight end whose name makes him sound like a hitman makes me root for him whenever I can. And with that, lets get on with our week 11 rankings.