Week 13 Waiver Wire: Sleepers You Need To Add Immediately

Wes ODonnellFeatured ColumnistNovember 30, 2011

TAMPA, FL - SEPTEMBER 25:  Wide receiver Harry Douglas #83 of the Atlanta Falcons warms up prior to the game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers September 25, 2011 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images)
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The waiver wire frenzy should be dying down by now. There are no more bye weeks and injury replacements should have already been added.

That being said, there is always room for a sleeper play.

Here are the top sleepers in Week 13 you may just want to consider.

Harry Douglas, WR, Falcons

I like Douglas this week for a variety of reasons. One, he's playing well. Two, Julio Jones has been inactive. Three, the Falcons are playing the Texans.

This is important on a number of levels because Houston will do everything in their power to take away Roddy White and the Falcons will still have trouble running the football.

CINCINNATI, OH - NOVEMBER 27:  Greg Little #15 of the Cleveland Browns celebrates a touchdown during the game against the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium on November 27, 2011 in Cincinnati, Ohio.  The Bengals defeated the Browns 23-20.  (Photo by
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Douglas should find a favorable matchup and Matt Ryan continues to look his way when necessary. Even if Jones comes back on the field there is a still a good chance Douglas will see balls.

Greg Little, WR, Browns

Plain and simple, Cleveland won't be able to run the football on the Ravens. They'll be hard pressed to throw it too, but Little is their top receiver and is available in over 80-percent of Yahoo! leagues.

Colt McCoy and the Browns have been forcing their second round pick the football and he's going to see his opportunities regardless of who is covering him.

He hasn't found the end zone often this year (only once) but the Browns will play scrappy and Little will see targets.

Maurice Morris, RB, Lions

Kevin Smith returned to practice, but he was visibly struggling.

The Lions won't run the ball a ton against the Saints this week and that is fine for a back like Morris.

He caught nine balls out of the backfield against the Packers and could very easily be used in the same way against the blitz-happy Saints.

Watch Smith's status, but Morris is still a potential sleeper play.

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