Fantasy Football Pitfalls: Week 13
Before we get started, check out my Week 13 NFL picks .
I’m going to look at the matchups each week and pick five fantasy starters that could be in for a tough week. Here’s a look at players who could struggle this week.
Kurt Warner, QB, Arizona Cardinals
Warner makes the list again this week, but it’s more a reflection on who he’s facing than anything. I’m confident he’ll be able to play this week, but he could have a hard time finishing the game against Minnesota’s front four. The Vikings lead the league with 40 sacks, and it’s hard to have faith in a QB coming off a concussion against a defense that brings so much pressure.
I’m also iffy on Ben Roethlisberger coming off his concussion and facing the Raiders, who are tied for fourth with just ten passing TDs allowed.
Ryan Grant, RB, Green Bay Packers
This is not a good week to use Ryan Grant. He faces Baltimore’s sixth ranked rushing defense (97.6 yards/gm). They are also tenth with just seven rushing TDs allowed. Grant plays at home, where he has actually been less productive.
Home: 87.5 total yards per game (72.5 rushing, 15.0 receiving)
Away: 111.0 total yards per games (91.0 rushing, 20.0 receiving)
Brandon Jacobs, RB, New York Giants
Jacobs faces Dallas’ ninth ranked rushing defense (102.7 yards/gm). They've allowed just five rushing TDs on the season. In Jacobs' last four games against Dallas he has scored just one TD with an average of 84 total yards. Not exactly numbers you can bank on in this crucial juncture of the season.
Terrell Owens, WR, Buffalo Bills
TO is on fire, but squares up against Darrelle Revis. The Jets are No. 2 against the pass with 175.7 yards allowed per game, and tops with just seven passing TDs allowed. When the Bills faced the Jets in Week 6, TO was held to 13 yards on three catches.
Chris Chambers, WR, Kansas City Chiefs
Chambers has been a godsend for the Chiefs, especially with Dwayne Bowe serving his four-game suspension. This week though, he faces Champ Bailey and Denver’s fifth ranked passing defense (185 yards/gm). They are also tied for fourth with ten passing TDs allowed.
Originally published at LestersLegends.com .
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