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12 Sleeper Starts and Duds: Week 13 (Fantasy Football)

It's your last week to shore up the playoff or be spoiler for someone else. If you read this, the…

It’s your last week to shore up the playoff or be spoiler for someone else. If you read this, the odds are good that your season or holiday is in balance. Unfortunately, the loss of Andy Dalton, Jack Doyle and Marvin Jones for the season, along with Melvin Gordon’s injury and Leonard Fournet’s suspension, have undoubtedly made some fantasy GM’s chances to sneak into the big dance that is much harder. The sudden profitability of Ladder and Jaguar’s backup RB, managers and frames comes from its day and A.J. Greens potential return gives hope for these at this crucial time.

It’s not the only players to help you in a pinch. Our selected experts have revealed their favorite blacks each time with their best potential deities for the last week of the fake football season.

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. Who’s a player outside our top 100 flex rankings that’s a deep sleep start and why do you think he’s up this week?

Derrick Henry (RB – TEN)
“Henry stands out as someone who should be a nice RB3 / flex play a week. Jets has been a great match to run back, especially late because they have allowed back-to-back 200-yards rushing games to the bills and patriots. It is worth noting that each team had 35 plus berries, but you can run the ball against them if you want. Titan’s offensive line has been a mess this year, but if there was a game to run the game it’s here. There have been at least a top 24 playing time in eight of the last 10 games against the jets so you have to put your games here and with The way Dion Lewis has fought, Henry would be it. “
Mike Tagliere (FantasyPros)

” I would say AJ Green (currently # 114), but it’s just cheating, so I’m doing you better and called a player outside the top 150 – Conley. The last time we heard from him, he picked up seven passes for 74 meters and two touchdowns this year’s match against Rams at week 11. Most games will not have a video game number for that, but Vegas expects KC to get the most points in the league a week. Sammy Watkins (foot) is no lock to play, and although he fits up, he can play limited snaps as he did against Rams, which created more opportunities for Conley. Raiders have allowed seven TD passes to WRs in the last four weeks, so Conley is an appealing way to buy an elite break in a fantastic matchup. “
Andrew Seifter (FantasyPros) [19659003] Quincy Enunwa (WR – NYJ)
” I’ll go once a buzzmaster Enunwa, which is just outside our top 100 right now after have scored all four goals for 73 meters last week. The Titans have allowed seven touchdowns to oppose wideouts over their last four matches, yet eight points are favorites at home, which makes for a solid fit script. Titan’s DB Adoree Jackson has the wheels to accompany Robby Anderson, who should leave Enunwa against the combustible Malcolm Butler or inside of Logan Ryan. “
Nick Mariano (RotoBaller)

Josh Doctson (WR – WAS)
” Docston had a season high six 66m last week’s reception. He has at least three receptions in seven straight games. Docston also has double-digit fantasy points in three out of four. Doctson has a matchup for more success this week, playing the eagles. Philadelphia has really struggled against the pass, making it the second most fanciful point for recipients. “
Jeff Paur (RTSports)

Cole Beasley (WR – DAL)
” Beasley has seen a dramatic fall in goal since Amari Cooper arrived in Dallas, but his matchup this week against Saints PJ Williams could win great time fantasy statistics. Williams has been torched by opposing slot WRs throughout the year, ranking as Pro Football Focus “No. 109 corner of 114 qualified. Deep leaguers who need an offensive shot would be wise to add and start Beasley in week 13.”
Seth Klein (Fantrax)

AJ Green (WR – CIN)
“I will go with the obvious and say Green. He risks returning from a toe injury that may cause a contradiction in the game and Bengals must turn to unquestioned Jeff Driskel at QB now when Andy Dalton has been placed on IR. As a true elite receiver, when asked about how long it takes for him to get chemistry with Driskel, he said: “Just put the ball somewhere; I get it, “”
Sean Koerner (Action Network)

Q2. On the flip side, who plays in the top 40 rankings will probably be disappointed by fantasy owners this week?

Joe Mixon (RB-CIN)
“Mixon is likely to make a disappointing fantasy owner this week. Broncos is a team that has warmed up the race, which means that only 309 yards on 99 berries (3.12 meters per berry) without touchdowns over their last five games, which has included David Johnson, Kareem Hunt, Lamar Miller, Melvin Gordon, and James Conner. It’s a galaxy they made through and while allowing very limited production on the ground. However, through the air is another story, they have allowed 26 receptions for 287 meters and a touchdown in the five matches. Knowing that none of those driving their backs toppled 69 rushing yards and Gordon was the one Only ended as an RB1, there are problems with this matchup. Mixon could only be considered a medium RB2 a week. “
Mike Tagliere (FantasyPros)

Antonio Brown (WR – PIT)
“Brown bri However, rarely, the worldwide recipient has become more touched in recent weeks with JuJu Smith-Schuster, second-year student, as Ben Roethlisberger’s favorite goal. Brown only has a 100-foot performance over his last five games and Steelers faces a tougher charging secondary that only allows a WR to cross the century mark since week 7, while limiting the position to just two TD in that thrill. Will Brown finish outside the top 25 WRs? Probably not. But he is not an automatic top 10 lock this week. “
Seth Klein (Fantrax)

Patrick Mahomes (QB – KC)
” Mahomes is my top ranked QB this week and should not be included in any kind of startup / sit decision this week. His thanks, however, is a little lower a week, as Raiders has only allowed a 300+ yard passenger throughout the season and seven of the 11 QB teams have thrown for less than 240 meters. It’s more of a result of being blown out than undoubtedly defense. However, he has an extremely high floor.
Sean Koerner (Action Network)

Sony Michel (RB – NE)
“Michel had a 100-yard game last week, returning back to the early season. struggled sometimes this year but has three matches less than 35 meters. He does not get enough work in the passing game (a catch in all but one game), so if he does not run for turns or points his fantasy number may suffer. This week against the folds is not a good match for Michel to send big rushing numbers. Minnesota allows the seventh-captured fantasy character to run back. “
Jeff Paur (RTSports)

Tarik Cohen (RB-CHI)
“Unlike most of the top 40 players, Cohen can not be counted for more than 10 touches a week, which makes his fantasy value very dependent on big games. The giants have not been strong against the race, but they are a top 10 defense now It is intended to limit resistance to running backs, which is Cohen’s bread and butter. Scoring the front of the entire Bears offensive also takes a hit with Mitchell Trubisky out and Chase Daniel at the center again this week. It will only take a big game to make this prediction look stupid, but Cohen is a fantasy sale with the bomb or bust. It could be one of his weeks. “
Andrew Seifter (FantasyPros)

Austin Ekeler (RB – LAC)
” It’s hard for me to see someone with a lower floor than Ekeler. I know we got the token coachspeak to feel comfortable leaning on the Eagles between the tackles, but I think Justin Jackson earned some work after rolling 57 meters in just seven totes in week 12. In addition, there is no green easy matchup to travel to Pittsburgh. Steelers has still given up the eighth-captured fantasy character to RB in half-PPR even after being exposed to (and getting hit hard) by Christian McCaffrey, Leonard Fournette and Phillip Lindsay in the past three weeks. “
Nick Mariano (RotoBaller)

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