DFS Week 13 Main Slate
Our buddy from the Kickers Matter podcast, Jake Humphrey, brings you his DFS Week 13 main slate.
Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay, $6500 DK
Perfect rebound game for the Pack and Rodgers. Only the Bengals allow more yards through the air than the New York Giants.
Jameis Winston, Tampa Bay, $6300 DK
Winston has a great matchup, even on the road, against a Jaguars team that just got torched by Ryan Tannehill. Jameis is always a risky proposition with massive upside in fantasy tho.
Sam Darnold, Jets, $6100 DK
The Bengals have moved back to Andy Dalton and this could actually benefit Sam Darnold. With Ryan Finley under center, the Bengals weren’t much of a threat to put up points. With Dalton back Darnold should have to match against a porous Bengals defence.
Christian McCaffery, Panthers, $10,500 DK
Yes I know the price! All you need to know is Christian McCaffery at this stage is matchup proof.
Miles Sanders, Eagles, $5400 DK
If Jordan Howard misses, Miles Sanders becomes an already bigger must start than he already is against this sad Dolphins team ranked 30th against opposing running backs in fantasy.
Benny Snell Jr, Steelers, $4700 DK
Snell is a patient runner, that was evidenced last week as he managed 98 rushing yards on 21 carries. The Browns defense is susceptible to grinding run plays, so Snell should be a nice start this week with James Conner still out.
Davante Adams, Green Bay, $7000 DK
Stack time! The Giants rank near the very bottom in various metrics defending the pass. Adams has seen a league-high target share since Week 10. Fire him up with confidence.
Tyler Boyd, Bengals, $5500 DK
Andy Dalton’s return makes Tyler Boyd the biggest benefactor against a weak New York Jets pass defense ranked 25th to opposing wide receivers in fantasy.
Mecole Hardman, Chiefs, $4200 DK
Volume doesn’t matter when it comes to Mecole Hardman, because he can get all the fantasy points you need on one play. The Raiders are susceptible to big plays, so Hardman is an excellent option this week even more so if Hill sits.
Mark Andrews, Ravens, $5700 DK
For Steve now and forever. I get it, it’s an ugly matchup. Even still, Mark Andrews has been so good this year that I can’t move away from him.
Ryan Griffin, Jets, $4300 DK
Keeps scoring touchdowns! Griffin gets the Bengals who are currently ranked 23rd against opposing tight ends on the season in fantasy.
Jack Doyle, Colts, $3300 DK
No Eric Ebron and a banged up receiving core make Doyle an intriguing play. If you combine Ebron and Doyle on the season the Colts have the number six fantasy tight end.
Steelers, $3500 DK
Packers, $3400 DK
Cardinals, $2300 DK