For the diehard fantasy football enthusiast, it's important to not only get into the postseason but to do so with an enviable record. This is why most owners are still looking to dominate in Week 13, even if they've already locked up a fantasy playoff spot.
Continuing to tinker with rosters and work the waiver wire through the playoffs is just what fantasy winners do.
With this in mind, we're going to examine some of the best waiver-wire targets (players available in at least 50 percent of Yahoo leagues), top options to drop and to handcuff for Week 13 and beyond.
All fantasy rankings via FantasyPros.
Week 13 Top Targets and Projections
Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR Adam Humphries (29 percent owned): 6 receptions, 78 receiving yards, 1 TD
Los Angeles Rams WR Josh Reynolds (43 percent): 5 receptions, 70 receiving yards, 1 TD
Chicago Bears WR Anthony Miller (44 percent owned): 6 receptions, 80 receiving yards
Buffalo Bills QB Josh Allen (2 percent): 150 yards passing, 120 rushing yards, 2 TDs, 2 INTs
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson (46 percent): 170 yards passing, 110 rushing yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT
Detroit Lions RB Theo Riddick (44 percent): 20 rushing yards, 7 receptions, 58 receiving yards
Detroit Lions RB LeGarrette Blount (16 percent): 85 rushing yards, 1 TD
Indianapolis Colts RB Nyheim Hines (26 percent): 45 rushing yards, 4 receptions, 48 receiving yards
Los Angeles Chargers RB Justin Jackson (1 percent): 85 rushing yards, 1 reception, 12 receiving yards
Los Angeles Rams TE Gerald Everett (8 percent owned): 3 receptions, 38 receiving yards, 1 TD
If you're looking to add a quality starter to your roster this week, target a wideout like Adam Humphries or Josh Reynolds. Both have been productive in recent weeks for different reasons.
Reynolds has filled in for an injured Cooper Kupp, while Humphries has seen his value rise due to the reinsertion of Jameis Winston as Tampa's starter. Reynolds racked up six catches, 80 yards and a touchdown in his last game, while Humphries amassed 54 yards and a touchdown on six receptions.
For running backs this week, we're recommending guys who will see an increased role due to injuries. The Los Angeles Chargers have lost running back Melvin Gordon for at least the next couple of weeks, which makes Justin Jackson a smart pickup.
The Colts lost Marlon Mack to a concussion last week, which raised the value of Nyheim Hines.
The Colts have also lost tight end Jack Doyle for the season, though his counterpart, Eric Ebron, almost certainly won't be available in your league. (If he is, grab him!). If you owned Doyle, consider Rams tight end Gerald Everett, who has three touchdowns in his last two games.
With no teams on bye, you probably have your top quarterback available—unless your "top" guy was Andy Dalton, of course. However, if you've been streaming at the position, consider Lamar Jackson or Josh Allen. Both have plenty of upside, depending on how your league values rushing yards.
Allen is certain to start in Week 13, and he'll go against a Miami Dolphins team that has allowed the fifth-most fantasy points to running backs this season—yes, that's how you should evaluate Allen's opponents for the time being. Jackson is a tad more of a risk, as Baltimore has yet to determine if he or Joe Flacco will start next week.
"I'm not going to get into any of that, for a lot of reasons," Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said, per Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com.
Week 13 Top Drops
Detroit Lions WR Marvin Jones (35,786 Monday drops)
Indianapolis Colts TE Jack Doyle (34,321)
Cincinnati Bengals QB Andy Dalton (23,444)
Jacksonville Jaguars D/ST (14,949)
Green Bay Packers WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling (13.773)
Dallas Cowboys D/ST (10,721)
Denver Broncos TE Jeff Heuerman (10,145)
Atlanta Falcons K Matt Bryant (9,648)
There aren't too many surprises among the top Yahoo drops on Monday. We already mentioned that Doyle is done for the season. The same is true for Detroit Lions wideout Marvin Jones, Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Dalton and Denver Broncos tight end Jeff Heuerman.
If you own any of these guys, ditch them in an effort to grab someone off the waiver wire.
The Jacksonville Jaguars defense and special teams is also one of the top drops. Considering the franchise just fired its offensive coordinator, benched quarterback Blake Bortles and saw Leonard Fournette handed a one-game suspension, we'd recommend staying away from Jacksonville in fantasy.
The one player we're not so sure about giving up on here is Green Bay Packers wideout Marquez Valdes-Scantling. After posting just one catch in each of his last two games, he certainly isn't a must-start this week, but he has a very favorable matchup in two weeks.
The Atlanta Falcons have allowed the second-most fantasy points to opposing wide receivers this season.
Valdes-Scantling is droppable, but if you can stash him for a week, he's a good deep sleeper in Week 14.
Los Angeles Chargers RBs Austin Ekeler, Justin Jackson
Los Angeles Rams RB Malcolm Brown
New York Giants RB Wayne Gallman
Kansas City Chiefs RB Spencer Ware
Carolina Panthers RB Cameron Artis-Payne
New England Patriots RB Rex Burkhead
If you own one of the top backs—like Todd Gurley, Saquon Barkley or Kareem Hunt—it's worth keeping his primary backup on your roster heading into the postseason. If you don't, of course, you can see that handcuff is available on the waiver wire, grab him and stash him just in case.
You're not going to start Rams running back Malcolm Brown if Gurley is healthy. If Gurley goes down, though, and you can slide a starting running back into your flex spot, it's going to feel pretty good.
As previously mentioned, Gordon is going to miss time, which makes both Jackson and Austin Ekeler viable fantasy starters right now.
There is a potential sleeper on this list, though, as the New England Patriots recently activated Rex Burkhead.
Burkhead may simply be a backup behind James White and Sony Michel. Given the way New England uses running backs, he may also jump right into a significant role. It may be worth picking up Burkhead and waiting to find out.