With Week 13 kicking off tomorrow night, there are multiple teams that should do their part in lighting up scoreboards and helping you reach your fantasy playoffs.
Get as many Patriots, Eagles, Panthers and Cowboys in your lineup as you can while avoiding the Bengals, Falcons and Vikings.
Go with your gut this week, if you are wrong ... at least you take it up with the guy!
Good luck in Week 13 ... if you need a win, we hope you get it.
Start’em this week
Matt Moore — Miami quarterback
In his last three starts, Moore has passed for seven TDs and only one interception, which makes him a capable injury replacement for your fantasy squad.
The Raiders are one of just five teams to allow 20 or more passing TDs this season and Moore should add to that total in Miami this weekend — SL
BenJarvus Green-Ellis — New England running back
Green-Ellis scored twice last week on just 14 carries against Philadelphia. Expect even more work this week for the former Ole Miss Rebel against an Indy defense that is near the bottom of the NFL in rushing yards allowed.
I Anticipate BJGE to creep over the 100 total yard plateau and find his way into the end zone — SL
Jordy Nelson — Green Bay wide receiver
Ever since last year’s super bowl performance, The Jord has been on fire during big-time matchups.
This week the Pack tries to defend their undefeated record and many feel that the Giants have the best shot to break it.
Look for The Jord to rise to the occasion and have a monster day — CP
Andy Dalton — Cincinnati quarterback
Now most of you that read this will think that I am crazy for picking Dalton this week against the Steelers.
I feel differently though ... “Red Devil” has something special within him that can’t be explained ... some would call it Tebowism.
The Bengals will need to throw this week as Benson will struggle, and I do believe Dalton will lead the revenge win with several TD’s this weekend — CP
Sit’em this week
Rashard Mendenhall — Pittsburgh running back
Rashard squared off with Cincinnati in Week 10, carrying the ball 16 times for 44 yards ... yuck right?
Oh yeah ... he also scored twice.
With that said, maybe he gets into the end zone again this weekend, but I have my doubts ... the projected yardage output for Mendenhall Sunday would certainly keep him out of my lineup — SL
Anquan Boldin — Baltimore wide receiver
Q has just seven catches and one touchdown in his last three games.
He will draw the attention of Joe Haden and the Romeo Crennel-led pass defense of the Browns.
There won’t be much for Boldin this week in Cleveland — SL
Waiver Wire Snag
Brandon Lafell — Carolina wide receiver
The Bucs' pass defense is ranked 28th in the league, allowing 270 yards and nearly two touchdowns per game.
While I don't expect LaFell to finish the game with great numbers, a 70 to 80-yard game with a touchdown is within range.
Deep league and dynasty owners take notice; you must pay the cost to be the boss! — SL
Sleeper this week
Greg Little — Cleveland wide receiver
Little has been targeted 27 times in the last three weeks. We hope he has been taking antibiotics this week for the case of drops he displayed this past weekend.
However, we will take the chance and hope he is targeted another eight or so this week, and they end up in his hands — CP