Colt McCoy has had four straight underwhelming fantasy totals, and Week 11 against the Jacksonville Jaguars is probably not the game he will be able to rebound and put up an adequate total similar to his first five games.
The Jaguars are currently fifth in passing yards against (189 yards per game) and fourth overall in total passing yards allowed (1,704 passing yards). In standard fantasy formats, the Jaguars defense allows opposing quarterbacks almost three fantasy points less than the average defense. Last week, the Jaguars held the Colts' passing attack virtually scoreless.
Of course, Colt McCoy could surprise, but the fantasy experts are not expecting it. According to Numberfire.com, McCoy will pass for less than what the Jaguars average giving up per game (171 yards) and just over one touchdown. Over the last month, McCoy has thrown just two touchdowns and has turned the ball over eight times, and that trend is projected to continue on Sunday vs. the Jaguars.
Stay away from McCoy unless you have no other options.