Best Week 13 Fantasy Football Players by Position – Top 3 For Free YODA

Best Week 13 Fantasy Football Players by Position


Week 13 Top 3 For Free!

Derrick Henry Fantasy Outlook 2020


Money Mitch – That is right. Mitch Trubisky will be a top fantasy QB this week. The Lions continue to play their same style of defense and in the Week 1 matchup between these two teams Mitch found his rhythm at the end of the game. This is a must win game for Chicago. Do not count them out just yet because Mitch will give them some hope this week. Rushing and throwing, Money Mitch will shine in Week 13.


Derek Carr – That is right again. Carr is going to play out of his mind. The Raiders QB just had another child and his excitement is going to match his passion this week. Jon Gruden expressed how disappointed he was the Raiders were so bad against the Falcons last week so this will be a great chance for them to bounce back. Carr will light it up for over 300 yards and 4 total TDs.


Russell Wilson – Wilson has been up much more than down this season but this Giants game is a sneaky one. I expect this to be more exciting than most think it will be. The Giants are going to give it their best shot and it will force Russ and company to find a way to score and stay ahead. Seattle’s run game probably wont be there so I like Russ to have to be Superman in a closer game than on paper.


Big Risk Big Reward Play. Matt Ryan. In order for the Falcons to have any chance against the Saints, Ryan will need to have over 275 throwing and 3 TDs. With Julio likely to play and Ridley still making some plays I like that to happen.



Austin Ekeler – Ekeler has a really nice matchup against New England. He showed good burst last week coming back from his hamstring injury. This week he gets a New England defense that has not stopped the run well this season nor covered backs out of the backfield well. Also, with Keenan Allen getting a lot of attention, it creates more opportunity for Ekeler to shine.


Raheem Mostert – Mostert came back to action last week and other than the fumble, he looked good. Buffalo is giving up 129 yards per game on the ground and will struggle against Shanahan’s bunch. Look for Mostert to top 100 yards and reach the endzone.


Big Hen – It is just that time of year.. BIG HEN!!


Big Risk Big Reward Play. Brian Hill. With Gurley looking like he will play Hill takes a backseat again. However, Hill took the early work last week and it is not sure how healthy Gurley is so in an attempt to upset the Saints, Hill could come in to spell Gurley or surprise New Orleans as a change of pace.



Tyler Lockett – Lockett had a down week in Week 12 only to bounce back in Week 13. Expect James Bradberry to line up with DK Metcalf majority of the time and have a good battle. Logan Ryan is having a good year at safety for the G Men but I like Russ to scramble and make things happen in this game with Lockett being the one to get open with Russ scrambling. I like this game to have exciting moments and be closer than it looks on paper.


Allen Robinson – It should be easy money all day for Robinson. The Lions do not have anyone that can cover him and this is a must win game for Chicago. I like A Rob to explode for at least 8 catches for over 140 yards and 2 scores.


Henry Ruggs – The Raiders are most likely going to be without Josh Jacobs this week but I do expect them to still establish the run with Devontae Booker. Once they hit a few runs however, Ruggs is going to go over the top on the Jets poor secondary. It could happen more than once but Ruggs is going to show why the Raiders made him the first WR taking off the board in the 2020 Draft.


Big Risk Big Reward Play. Denzel Mims. Mims has been solid since he started playing mid way thru this season. He has had at least 40 yards in every game but he has yet to score a TD. This will be his week to get into the endzone against the Raiders lackluster DBs!



Darren Waller – Waller has made this list before and let me down, but the Raiders and Derek Carr will be firing on all cylinders this week. Waller is such a mismatch and the Jets wont have a clue how to stop him. Big day coming for Waller.


Kyle Rudolph – Last week against the Panthers Rudolph had 7 catches for 68 yards. The Browns played the Jaguars last week and had a lot of success with play action and since the Vikings and Browns are similar I like Rudolph to be a good pick this week. 


Ross Dwelley – With George Kittle still looking like he will be out, Dwelley could continue to get more looks. The Bills have allowed the 9th most points to fantasy TEs this season so it is a green matchup for Dwelley. Usually the Niners have someone different on offense step up anyway so I like Dwelley this week. 


Big Risk Big Reward Play. Anthony Firkser. Jonnu Smith is now questionable after being hurt in practice this week. The Browns have struggled all year to cover TEs so this could be a nice day for Firkser to breakout which he has done earlier this season.



Jason Sanders – The Fish are going to rout the Bengals and Sanders will be icing on the cake.


Zane Gonzalez – Gonzalez will need to convert on his FGs this week because Arizona is going to need points but that Rams defense wont let them walk into the endzone.


Wil Lutz – Expect Sean Payton to not go for it in some situations this week and send the FG team out there. Lutz is a good kicker so he will cash in on his opportunities. 



Miami – The Fish are back after beating the Jets last week and the Bengals this week are just as bad. Have mercy on them Miami Dolphins.


Minnesota – The Vikings need to get to Mike Glennon and cause him to throw with pressure in his face. James Robinson is making his case for rookie of the year so Minnesota needs to key on him and stop the run. If they make the Jags one dimensional, I like Glennon to throw a few picks and maybe the Vikes can return one for a score.


Baltimore – Dallas is limping into this game with all the injuries they have. This should be an easy one where the Ravens suffocate the Cowboys.


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