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By: AJ Flores @ChxckenAlfredo
Updated: 11/29/2017

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Week 13

Quarterbacks
Must Start ‘em – Mitch Trubisky vs San Francisco 49ers
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Trubisky has attempted 30+ passes in his last four games. San Francisco is giving up the second most points per game to QBs. Having allowed twenty touchdowns through the air and four on the ground. The 49ers defense has only taken away seven passes. Only one game have they not given up 200 yards passing to an opposing QB.

Start ‘em – Derek Carr vs New York Giants
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The Giants are giving up the fourth most points per game to QBs. They’ve allowed 22 touchdowns and seven interceptions through their eleven games. NYG is giving up 268 yards passing per game as well. Derek’s numbers at home are fairly good. He’s averaging 261 yards, 2 touchdowns, and less than an interception per game.

Start ‘em – Jared Goff @ Arizona Cardinals
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In five games on the road for Goff this season, he has ten touchdowns and ZERO interceptions. Goff is also averaging 241 yards per game on the road. Arizona is fifth in points per game allowed to the QB position. The Cardinals are giving up on average 248 yards per game and have allowed 18 touchdowns on the year. Arizona has allowed 23 total touchdowns to QBs.

Must Sit ‘em – Matthew Stafford @ Baltimore Ravens
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The Ravens are one of five teams with more interceptions than touchdowns allowed. They lead the league with an eight interception to touchdown difference. The Ravens are the second best defense against QBs. They’re allowing only 206 yards per game passing. In one previous game against the Ravens, Stafford had one touchdown and THREE interceptions.

Sit ‘em – Andy Dalton vs Pittsburgh Steelers
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Dalton has a weird history against the Steelers. In thirteen games, he has fifteen touchdowns and thirteen interceptions. In Dalton’s last two games at home against Pittsburgh, he has failed to record a touchdown against them. The Steelers are the third best team against QBs having allowed the same number of touchdowns and interceptions of twelve through eleven games. The Steelers are giving up 218 yards passing per game.

Sit ‘em – Matt Ryan vs Minnesota Vikings
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Matty Ice is Matty Right, at home he is worse than being on the road. Ryan has thrown the same amount of interceptions at home vs on the road in fewer games. In Matt’s last two meetings vs the Vikings, he’s thrown two interceptions in each game. The Vikings are the sixth best team against QBs. Minnesota has allowed eleven touchdowns passing and have nine interceptions.

Running Backs
Must Start ‘em – Dion Lewis vs Buffalo Bills
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Buffalo has been awful at stopping the run, as they rank the third worst in doing so. The Bills are allowing roughly 100+ yards on the ground per game to RBs. Buffalo has allowed fourteen total touchdowns to the position. Dion has saw ten plus carries in the last six weeks and catching at least two passes in three of those games.

Start ‘em – Jacquizz Rodgers @ Green Bay Packers
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With Doug Martin in concussion protocol, Quizz is in line for a big work load. The Packers offense is one of the lower scoring offenses since Hundley has taken over averaging seventeen points per game. In the two games where Rodgers saw ten plus touches, he’s either scored a touchdown or totaled 100 yards. The Packers are the sixth worse team against RBs and have allowed ten total touchdowns.

Start ‘em – Adrian Peterson vs Los Angeles Rams
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The Rams are the second worst defense against RBs. They’ve given up thirteen total touchdowns and 157 total yards per game to RBs. The Rams blew the Cardinals out of the water when these two teams met earlier in the season. In games AP has faced the Rams with 20+ carries, he’s had at least 70 yards and a touchdown in two of three games. Peterson career averages against the rams are 19 carries for 99 yards. In all but one game this year when he has saw 20+ carries, he’s broke 70 yards as well.

Must Sit ‘em – Devonta Freeman vs Minnesota Vikings
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The Vikings are giving up the fewest points per game to RBs. They are one of four teams allowing less than 20 points per game to the position. With Tevin Coleman having a nice week in week 12, Devonta’s touches could be really limited. Freeman has not had a touchdown since week four and Minnesota is stingy with touchdowns allowing only four thus far to RBs.

Sit ‘em – Demarco Murray vs Houston Texans
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Demarco hasn’t broken 50 yards rushing in five of his last six games. The Texans are giving up the fourth fewest points per game to RBs. They’ve allowed six total touchdowns and only 107 total yards per game. Murray’s last two games have totaled 18 carries for 52 yards vs the Texans.

Sit ‘em – Kareem Hunt @ New York Jets
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Hunt hasn’t broken 100 yards from scrimmage in his last four games and hasn’t saw the end zone since week 3. The Jets are the eighth best team against RBs allowing 133 total yards per game and only eight touchdowns through their eleven games. The Chiefs or Andy Reid however have seemed to kill any momentum they had by factoring in West into games to spell Hunt.

Wide Receivers
Must Start ‘em – Marqise Lee vs Indianapolis Colts
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Lee was limited in his previous matchup being blanketed by Patrick Peterson. Marqise draws an easier matchup week 13. In three out of four of Lees previous games he saw 9 or more targets, while posting a touchdown in two out of three of those games. The Colts are giving up the eight most points per game to WRs.

Start ‘em – Jermaine Kearse vs Kansas City Chiefs
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The Chiefs have allowed the most touchdowns to WRs. Kearse was the highest targeted WR last week for the Jets and has face the Chiefs before where he posted five catches for 54 yards. The Chiefs are allowing 171 yards per game to WRs. The Chiefs are giving up the third most points per game to WRs.

Start ‘em – Cordarrelle Patterson / Johnny Holton vs New York Giants
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With Crabtree suspended and Cooper in the concussion protocol, someone has to catch the ball. The Giants have placed their top corner on IR for the season. Cordarrelle has been utilized rushing and receiving the ball, while Holton has been mainly a deep threat. Holton has been limited in his time as he has saw six targets thus far.

Must Sit ‘em – JuJu Smith-Schuster @ Cincinnati Bengals
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I almost put Antonio Brown here due to the fact the last two times they’ve played the Bengals in Cincinnati, he failed to record a touchdown. JuJu is coming off a hamstring injury and not sure how healed the hamstring may be. The Bengals are the second best team against WRs having allowed only eight touchdowns. The Bengals are allowing 121 yards to WRs. Also Ben is typically bad on the road.

Sit ‘em – Marvin Jones @ Baltimore Ravens
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The last time we saw the Lions, Matthew Stafford finished the game banged up. Marvin Jones will likely draw Jimmy Smith as Golden operates out of the slot. The Ravens are the third best team against WRs and have allowed fewer touchdowns to the position than the Bengals.

Sit ‘em – Larry Fitzgerald vs Los Angeles Rams
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Larry has been wonderful this year, but against the Rams the last two years, he has one game over 50 yards receiving and one touchdown in three outings. This year, Fitz had three catches for 29 yards. The Rams are the ninth best team against WRs and have allowed only six touchdowns to the position.

Tight Ends
Must Start ‘em – Jared Cook vs New York Giants
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The Giants are the worst team against TEs and the Raiders are missing their top two WRs. Jared should be a featured target along with the run game for the Raiders. The Giants are tied for first for most touchdowns given up with the Browns.

Start ‘em – Hunter Henry vs Cleveland Browns
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As stated above, the Browns are tied with the Giants in touchdowns allowed. The Browns are the third worst team against TEs. Gates looks to have lost his step and the Chargers offense is clicking with Henry and Allen stepping up. Henry has saw five or more targets in five of his last seven games.

Start ‘em – Evan Engram @ Oakland Raiders
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Geno Smith is starting, but the Raiders defense has one interception on the year. With no one for the Giants to really target with Shepard having migraines, Engram is still a start. The Raiders are the eighth worst defense against TEs.

Must Sit ‘em – Cameron Brate @ Green Bay Packers
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Brate has been quiet the last four weeks, posting one catch for less than 15 yards. Green Bay is the best team against TEs and the only ones allowing less than nine points per game to the position. Green Bay is allowing roughly four catches and 37 yards per game.

Sit ‘em – Austin Seferian-Jenkins vs Kansas City Chiefs
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Kansas City is one of three teams that has allowed only one touchdown on the season to the position. The Chiefs are allowing just over ten points per game to TEs, most of it coming from yards, as they’ve allowed 651 through their eleven games.

Sit ‘em – Jack Doyle @ Jacksonville Jaguars
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Since receiving Dareus in a trade, the Jaguars defense has drastically improved to an all-around defense. The Jaguars have allowed only three touchdowns to TEs and only 37 yards per game. The last time Doyle played a good TE defense (Steelers), he posted two catches for nine yards