Fantasy Football Start'em, Sit'em for Week 13

Fantasy Football is at the top of everyone’s brain as it’s Week 13 and the playoffs are so close you can taste it! However, before you can enjoy the postseason glory — let’s finish the regular season off with a little start’em and sit’em.

If you don’t have a good quarterback at this point then, you’re in trouble. But if you’re really desperate then snag Andy Dalton because he’s coming off of a bye and has posted some big weeks in the past. Dalton could go off against the lowly San Diego Chargers‘ defense. Listen; I know Nick Foles has been red-hot, but he’s due for a letdown and I’m benching him against the stingy Arizona Cardinals D.

At running back you need to start a certain Indianapolis Colts‘ running back — no, it’s not Trent Richardson — it’s Donald Brown. This “back-up” scored 2 touchdowns the last time he faced the Tennessee Titans. Meanwhile, make sure Zac Stacy is on your bench this week because he’s battling a concussion and the St. Louis Rams are pinned up against a tough San Francisco 49ers team.

Look; Jordy Nelson has been downright dreadful since Aaron Rodgers went down, but this is the week he breaks out. And when he slices the Minnesota Vikings up for two TDs you can thank me. On the other hand, Pierre Garcon has taken a major step back and as long as Robert Griffin III is in the nation’s capital — Garcon is doomed.

Finding a tight end is tough, but Martellus Bennett has a perfect matchup in Week 13. Hey, the last time he faced the Vikings he scored a season-high 19 fantasy points. So start Bennett, but stay away from Jordan Cameron — don’t fall into the trap of Cameron going against the Jacksonville Jaguars because this tight end hasn’t caught a touchdown since Week 7! Not good, Jordan. Not good.

Speaking of not good, the Washington Redskins‘ offense has been a complete joke lately and the New York Giants defense is a great play in Week 13. The G-Men deserve a start, but I would steer clear of the New Orleans Saints D. Rob Ryan‘s crew treks to the Great Northwest where the Seattle Seahawks might just explode for 40 points and you don’t want that.

However, what you do want is that Fantasy Football championship, so check take my advice and you’ll cruise to the Super Bowl.

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