Monday, November 27, 2017


Amazing we are already at fantasy football Week 13 and so let's see who makes the latest grade in terms of waiver wire additions.

Eli Manning:  Look for Manning to get back ace wideout Sterling Shepard just in time to take advantage of a weak Oakland Raiders secondary which has been burned all season.

Dede Westbrook:  A forgotten man since he missed the first ten weeks of the season due to abdominal surgery, Dede Westbrook hit the ground running in Week 12 with 10 targets from QB Blake Bortles.  While Marqise Lee remains the top target of Bortles, Westbrook has the most ability of any Jags wideout and should be owned everywhere.

Josh McCown:  McCown has appeared in this space on numerous occasions this season and it speaks to the nice year he is having, while at the same time the hesitancy of many in the fantasy football community to embrace the journeyman.  He gets the brutal Kansas City Chiefs secondary in Week 13 and is coming off another 3-TD effort this past Sunday. 

Zay Jones:  It might be a long shot for Kelvin Benjamin to return to the Buffalo Bills this week and so Zay Jones will once again dominate looks from motivated QB Tyrod Taylor.

Martavis Bryant:  JuJu Smith-Schuster is far from a guarantee to make it back for Week 13 from the hamstring injury that knocked him out for Sunday night's win over the Green Bay Packers and Martavis Bryant played well in his place.  Bryant scored on a TD catch and also should have scored on a reverse as well as he looked very explosive.  The Steelers offense is clicking on all cylinders now and Bryant is very much a part of it. 

Ricky Seals-Jones:  Out of the blue has been rookie Arizona Cardinals tight end Ricky Seals-Jones who has caught three touchdown passes the last two weeks.  That coincides with TE-loving QB Blaine Gabbert and so this could be the kind of under-the-radar late season move that can win leagues. 

Los Angeles Chargers Defense:  The Chargers coming off an insane destruction of both the Buffalo Bills and Dallas Cowboys on defense and now draw the mistake-prone Cleveland Browns.  Sign us up sir. 

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