Nick Foles was activated off IR ahead of the Jacksonville Jaguars Week 10 bye, and the team announced that he will step right back into his starting job, sending Gardner Minshew to the bench.
That does give Foles' fantasy outlook a significant boost for the remainder of the season, but a Week 11 matchup with the Indianapolis Colts could give him a tough time in his return.
We don't have much of a sample size on Foles in Jacksonville, since he didn't even play a full game. He averaged 15.1 fantasy points per game in five starts last year though, and hasn't averaged any better than that since 2013. That average would put him at QB21 on the year, one spot behind Daniel Jones, and we shouldn't count on him being much more than a streaming option.
That could make him worth a few starts later in the year, including in a Week 13 matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who have allowed the league's second-most fantasy points per game to opposing QBs.
This week, though, he's up against a Colts team that has held QBs to the 13th-fewest points per game and that ranks sixth in Football Outsiders' pass defense DVOA rankings.
Foles is probably best left on the wavier wire for now unless you're thin at QB in a deep or two-QB league. He doesn't crack the top-12 at the position in our Week 11 fantasy football rankings.
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