Fantasy Football Week 13: Matt Camp’s Fantasy Big Board
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These will alter throughout the week and up to Sunday’s action as we get more details about injuries and constraints, so make certain to bookmark this page for my full rankings for all scoring formats.Check out Matt Camp on his Fantasy Camp podcast, available every Tuesday and Thursday. Click to subscribe or listen wherever you get podcasts.1 of 7 Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs must go huge in Oakland.David Eulitt/Getty Images I present my leading 100 gamers( minus quarterbacks) for the week as a way to assist identify your flex spots. You may favor a specific position or gamer over another based on his function and/or your scoring rules.As an additional tiebreaker, here are the groups I like as an entire todaybased on their matches: Kansas City
Chiefs( at Oakland Raiders) Los Angeles Rams( at Detroit Lions) Denver Broncos( at Cincinnati Bengals) Carolina Panthers( at Tampa Bay Buccaneers )Tampa Bay Buccaneers (vs. Carolina Panthers )2 of 7
has actually been the secret to Wilson’s dream success this season. The Seattle Seahawks are balancing 28.1 pass efforts per game, which is
second just to the
Tennessee Titans for fewest attempts in the league. However, Wilson has actually thrown for a minimum of two touchdowns in all however one video game this season with simply 5 interceptions. In his last 7 video games, Wilson has 18 touchdowns to just two interceptions.The Seahawks have a typical match with the visiting San Francisco 49ers. In the last 4 weeks( 3 video games), quarterbacks got the 49ers for 679 lawns and five goals. However, that includes 312 backyards and two goals from Jameis Winston in Week 12.
The 49ers haven’t faced stiff challenges over the last month, so Wilson will be an action up. Anticipate his high performance to continue with a top-10 week.Concern Mitchell Trubisky, CHI (at NYG) The Chicago Bears decided against running the risk of Trubisky on a short week and sat him down for the Week 12 match with the Detroit Lions. His shoulder problem might be enough to keep him out for a second straight week, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.com, although
a Week 14
return is expected.The Bears had the ability to win without
Trubisky versus the Lions, so with the huge photo in mind, he might sit once again in Week 13. Trubisky’s been a top-10 option this season, so if you were counting on him to play, ensure you have alternate plans.Matt Ryan, ATL( vs. BAL) The Atlanta Falcons tookan awful loss to the New Orleans Saints on Thanksgiving night, yet Ryan still handled a strong dream effort with 377 yards, 2 goals and an interception on 35-of-47 passing. That put him at 20.7 dream points and in the low end of the QB1 tier for Week 12. Thisweek, Ryan and
the Falcons host the Baltimore Ravens. Baltimore’s last 3 video games came versus the Oakland Raiders, Cincinnati Bengals and Pittsburgh Steelers. They enabled 697 backyards and five goals to quarterbacks in those video games, which put them in the middle of the pack with 18.3 fantasy points allowed. Ben Roethlisberger offered the only genuine test in those 3 video games and managed to generate 270 yards and 2 goals. Ryan has actually been a top-five fantasy quarterback this season at 23 FPG, however this matchup dictates decreased expectations.Streamer Lamar Jackson, BAL (at ATL) The Jackson experience remains a positive one for both the Ravens and those who had Jackson in beginning lineups in the last 2 weeks. He was a little busier as a passer in his 2nd start, going 14-of-25 for 178 lawns with a rating and 2 interceptions. Nevertheless, he was able to rack up 71 rushing yards and a touchdown on the ground during his 11 carries. That sufficed for 20.2 fantasy points, so Jackson was a great streamer.According to Mike Garafolo of NFL Network, the Ravens
intend on sticking to Jackson for Week 13 considering that Joe Flacco hasn’t been cleared from his hip injury, although there’s a possibility that could change. The Falcons have a below-average pass defense( seventh-most passing backyards allowed )and a bad run defense (eighth-most hurrying backyards allowed), so Jackson has another possibility to provide trusted fantasy production with this match in his favor.3 of 7
wire pickup following Week 1. Now, the Denver Broncos are pushing their method back into playoff contention, and Lindsay is a huge part of that renewal. He could play an even larger role
on Sunday.The Broncos take on the Bengals in Cincinnati,
which is an exploitable match for Lindsay. In the last 4 weeks, running backs ripped the Bengals for 460 backyards and 5 touchdowns on 93 carries for the most dream points per video game throughout that span. The Bengals have actually enabled the second-most rushing lawns per game( 147.5 )and are connected for 3rd in hurrying goals permitted( 14). The Broncos must lean on Lindsay to bring the offense, so he’ll have genuine RB1 potential.Gus Edwards, BAL (at ATL) Even though Alex Collins was able to go through a full practice last Friday, the Ravens decided to keep him out for their match against the Oakland Raiders. That indicated a clear course for Edwards to follow up on the 17-carry, 115-yard performance he had in Week 11. He had the ability to do simply that with 118 backyards on 23 brings in a triumph. Prior to Week 11, Collins owned the group’s finest rushing performance of the season with 68 backyards on 18 brings in Week 3. In the last 2 video games, the Ravens got their first, second and third 100-yard rushing efforts of the season from Edwards( twice) and Lamar Jackson. Jackson seems in line for another start, so it needs to be another heaping helping for Edwards. He’ll face a Falcons defense surrendering the seventh-most dream points per game to running backs in the last 4 weeks. Edwards is a fantastic RB2 who could push into RB1 territory with a little assistance from game flow.Theo Riddick, DET(
vs. LAR )A huge week for LeGarrette Blount overshadowed another strong effort from Riddick. While Blount ran 19 times for 88 lawns and 2 scores, Riddick captured all 7 of his targets for 48 backyards in a loss to the Chicago Bears. He now has at least five receptions in each of his last four games and is 2nd
on the group with 48 catches.Blount received a big workload since the Lions had a lead heading into the fourth quarter. Week 13 will present a harder difficulty when the Los Angeles Rams go to Detroit.The Rams are the third-easiest matchup for running backs in the last month. Whether Kerryon Johnson( knee) returns or not, Riddick will likely see another strong target share based on video game circulation
and the lack of Marvin Jones (knee, IR). Riddick is a trusted RB3/flex with RB2 upside.Sleeper Nyheim Hines, IND( at JAC) If Marlon Mack’s concussion keeps him out of action this weekend, Hines might be back on the fantasy radar for the very first time given that the start of the season. Even though Jordan Wilkins would see some carries, there’s plainly more rely on Hines, specifically considering that Wilkins lost two fumbles this season. Hines hasn’t had more than three receptions or 22 backyards given that Mack returned from injury in Week 6. In the very first five video games, he had at least five receptions and 25 backyards 4 times. In addition to Mack’s possible absence, the Colts require to make up for the loss of Jack Doyle to a kidney injury that put him on injured reserve.We might see more of Hines in the death game despite Mack’s status, but if Mack is out, Hines is a sly play against the Jacksonville Jaguars.4 of 7
“>Lots of targets will be coming to Kenny Golladay.Michael Reaves/Getty Images Better Than Usual Kenny Golladay, DET( vs. LAR )It’s all about Golladay in the Lions ‘receiving corps. In last week’s loss to the Chicago Bears, Golladay had fivereceptionsfor 90 lawns on 8 targets. Over the last 3 video games, Golladay leads the group with 36 targets, 19 receptions, 281 lawns and 2 touchdowns.
He’s balancing 19.7 fantasy points and has been on the WR1/WR2 borderline. That’s a considerable rise from the 13.0-point average he had through the very first 9 weeks.We must anticipate more of the recent Golladay production to
continue Sunday when the Lions host the Rams.No team has enabled more fantasy points
to pass receivers than the Rams in the last 3
weeks. The Lions rank seventh in
that classification, so there probably won’t be a lot of good defense in this game. In between video game circulation and the absences of Marvin Jones and perhaps Kerryon Johnson, Golladay will be a clear WR2 with a chance at another WR1 performance.D.J. Moore, CAR (at TB) With Devin Funchess( back )out for Week 12, it was much easier to trust Moore to follow up the big video game he had in Week 11. Moore taped 8 receptions and 91 lawns on 9 targets and a carry for seven backyards.
In the last two games, Moore has 15 receptions for 248 lawns and a rating on 17 targets. It’s the only time this season he had back-to-back video games with at least five receptions.Moore is now second on the group to Christian McCaffrey in getting backyards( 608-565) and is 3rd on the group in targets( 48) and receptions( 38 ). He’s probably the very best fantasy choice on the team outside McCaffrey and Cam Newton, and he has a great possibility to keep it entering Tampa Bay.
The Buccaneers have enabled the sixth-most receiving backyards per game (291.5 )in 2018. Moore is a good WR2 with a high ceiling and a safe flooring, specifically if Funchess sits this week.Concern A.J. Green, CIN( vs. DEN )Green has actually now missed three games with a toe injury after he was not able to practice leading up to the Week 12 match with the Cleveland Browns. Because game, Andy Dalton suffered a thumb injury that was bad enough to send him to injured reserve. So if Green does come back this week, he’ll be catching passes from Jeff Driskel. Nothing can be presumed with Green’s status, consisting of any potential constraints from his injury. If Green doesn’t play today and the Bengals lose again, they might consider shutting him down for worthless games.Sleeper Bruce Ellington, DET (vs. LAR )Losing Golden Tate to a trade, Marvin Jones( knee )to hurt reserve and the lack of Kerryon Johnson (knee) has actually opened up some chances in the Lions offense. In two games, Ellington currently has 12 receptions for 80 backyards on 16 targets.
Just Golladay’s 23 targets
top Ellington’s involvement over that span, so he might be in for another busy day in simply his third video game with the team.Between the Rams’ resist broad receivers and the potential of a high-scoring affair with two having a hard time defenses, Ellington has some excellent benefit in a matchup that might yield a lot of points.
Chances will be there for Ellington to be successful, so you can get him from the waiver wire and insert him into your lineup as a deep sleeper.5 of 7Without Jack Doyle, the Colts will need a lot from Eric Ebron.Andy Lyons/Getty Images Much better Than Normal Eric Ebron, IND( at JAC) If you quit on Ebron following his Week 11 goose egg, you are certainly regretting it now. He got better in a huge method with 5 receptions for 45 yards and 2 touchdowns on 7 targets in last week’s win over the Miami Dolphins. Ebron now has 11 goals for the season and 3 games with multiple ratings. Ebron’s fantasy worth got a huge increase due to some unfortunate news for the Indianapolis Colts. Jack Doyle suffered a kidney injury recently and will miss out on the rest of the season.
If there was
any doubt or concern for Ebron, it must be gone. When Doyle was out from Weeks 3-7, Ebron was a top-five tight end with 15.6 dream points per video game
. He’ll be right back because conversation this week and for the rest of the season.Jared Cook, OAK (vs.
KC )Cook hasn’t been really busy over the last two video games, but he has been productive. With five receptions for 63 yards and 2 goals on 11 targets, Cook has 23.3 dream points in the last 2 weeks. Being that touchdown-reliant in an offense than ranks 30th in points per video game is hazardous, although Cook
needs to be busier when he faces the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 13. In the last month( 3 games ), Kansas City yielded 18 receptions, 216 backyards and 2 touchdowns to tight ends, which comes out to the eighth-most fantasy points allowed that time duration. Obviously, the Raiders will need everything they can get out of their offense to have even a remote chance of winning this game. Oakland is woefully brief on talent in the receiving corps, so Cook will almost certainly see an uptick in targets out of
necessity. It may take some garbage-time heroics, but he must be an excellent play.Sleeper C.J. Uzomah, CIN( vs. DEN) Uzomah has been on and off the fantasy radar for the last 2 months without much production to show for his efforts. He logged a season-high 13 targets with six receptions for 39 backyards in last week’s loss to the Cleveland Browns. Considering A.J. Green’s status is unidentified and Jeff Driskel is taking control of for
the hurt Andy Dalton, Uzomah might function as a security blanket of sorts for Driskel. Plus, Uzomah faces a Denver Broncos defense that quit 17 receptions, 212 lawns and two touchdowns to tight ends in the last 3 games. Take a look at Uzomah if you’re stuck at tight end.6 of 7
to find a defense, and the Chiefs have a great one in the Oakland Raiders this weekend.In the last four weeks, Oakland gave up 19 sacks, 2 fumble recoveries and two touchdowns while scoring just 49 points. That would describe why they enabled the second-most dream points to defenses in that period. Make the most of this impressive match and utilize the Chiefs defense with confidence. Ownership percentage: ESPN, 43.8; Yahoo, 42.0 Other streaming alternatives: Seattle Seahawks( vs. SF)
, Tennessee Titans( vs. NYJ) 7 of 7
“>Cairo Santos is a nice choice to grab for Week 13. Jason Behnken/Associated Press Finest Streaming Option Cairo Santos, TB( vs. CAR) After investing time as Greg Zuerlein’s replacement with the Los Angeles Rams, Santos landed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 11. Given that showing up, he has eight additional points and 2 basket in two games. The Buccaneers are ninth in scoring average in 26.7 points per game and deal with a Carolina Panthers
defense that allowed the12th-most points per game
at 25.6. Santos must get plenty of chances in this matchup of beatable defenses. Ownership percentages: ESPN, 2.9; Yahoo,
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