Tuesday, November 29, 2016


Week 13 is the final regular season week in many fantasy football leagues and so let's see who makes for very good waiver adds as we head into the homestretch.

Colin Kaepernick:  I began telling you all to start picking up Kap two weeks ago and since becoming the San Francisco 49ers' starting QB, he has been quite good.  The latest was a three-TD gem last week against the Miami Dolphins and he gets a very plush matchup this week versus the awful Chicago Bears defense.  Yes please.

Ryan Fitzpatrick:  If you are hurting in two-QB formats, Fitzpatrick could be an option again as he comes off a good two-TD passing game versus the New England Patriots in Week 12.  The Jets play the Indianapolis Colts this week which puts Fitzpatrick in position to attack a hideous defense.

Kenneth Dixon:  Things are changing in the Baltimore Ravens running back hierarchy as Kenneth Dixon got more touches than veteran Terrance West in Week 12 and he is the much more dynamic player both in the running and receiving game.  Hope you picked him up last week when we told you to.

Tyreek Hill:  Well three touchdowns scored in three different ways (return, receiving, rushing) will put you squarely on the map in fantasy football and Hill will surely remain the focal point of the offense with tight end Travis Kelce going forward.  Don't count on seeing wideout Jeremy Maclin returning just yet from his injured groin which will further increase Hill's potency.

Marquess Wilson:  With Alshon Jeffery suspended another two games, it is the speedy Marquess Wilson who is the number 1 receiver in the stripped-down Bears offese.  He caught 8 passes in Week 12 and seems to have the trust of QB Matt Barkley.

Malcolm Mitchell:  There are always a bunch of mouth to feed in the New England Patriots passing offense but a second straight big week for Malcolm Mitchell makes him one to grab this week.  The PPR potential here is decent and Mitchell is also becoming a red zone threat as he scored twice in Week 12.

Taylor Gabriel:  Matt Ryan is starting to like throwing deep to the speedy Gabriel and the two connected for two scores in Week 12.  While Julio Jones remains the top dog by far in the Atlanta Falcons offense, Gabriel looks like he will retain deep-threat status.

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