Fantasy Football Week 13: Start’em / Sit’em

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Roddy White, AZ (83%, 15) – The Cards secondary has become one of the best units in the league and White will have a hard time getting open. He won’t have much time either with the Cards blitzing more than any team in the league.

Andre Johnson, TEN (63%, 14) – QB questions in Houston make me worry about Johnson’s viability as a fantasy option. The fact that he only has 1 TD all year doesn’t make me feel any better.

DeSean Jackson, @IND (56%, 13) – One of the most talented WRs in the league and possibly the best deep route runner, sadly he has no one to get him the ball. RG3 has been awful and I don’t know if Colt McCoy can throw the ball far enough to take advantage of D-Jax’s speed.

Michael Crabtree, SEA (48%, 12) – Last week’s 5 catch for 58 yard performance is about the norm for Crabtree. He has zero 100 yard games this year, has only 4 touchdowns on the season, and has been passed by the ancient Anquan Boldin as Colin Kaepernick’s #1 option.

Percy Harvin, MIA (48%, 13) – I thought the trade to the Jets could unleash Harvin as a fantasy asset, but his 1 catch, 2 yard performance on Monday night is going to put Harvin on my bench for a week or two at least.

Marques Colston, @PIT (38%, 13) – Had his best fantasy day of the season in the Saints first game without Brandin Cooks, but Colston just looks slow to me and I think Kenny Stills has passed him as Drew Brees preferred option.

Larry Fitzgerald, ATL (25%, 12) – Banged up and honestly not that good anymore when healthy. I wish him the best, but his days as a regular in fantasy lineups are over.


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Vernon Davis, SEA (43%, 7) – Every week until he proves otherwise. Davis’ 3 catch, 21 yard day last week was his best game in over a month. No thanks.

Zach Ertz, @DAL (33%, 7) – Is starting to show some promise with 4 catches in consecutive weeks, but only has 1 TD on the year and only broke 50 yards twice all season.