Tom’s Top 3 Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Ranking for week 13

Right to the point, in this article I will be covering my top 3 wide receivers ,a sleeper and a sits for week 13.  Also I will not be covering any players that played in Thursday nite s football game or the top 3 overall wr . So that leaves out Antonio Brown, Julio Jones, and Aj Green, you should be starting these guys no matter which defense they play against.  And now onto my rankings……


1.  Adam Thielen  Minny @ Atl  —   Another player that has transformed himself from a practice squad player into a must start every week.  Thielen has caught at least 5 balls every single week.  Hes already accumulated over 1000 yds on the season.  He has been Case Keenum’s go to wide receiver.  This game has the potential to be a shootout, and I want to get as many of those players into my lineup as possible.


2. DeAndre Hopkins  Hou @ Tenn  —  Hopkins has proven to be an elite wr.  He has shown this elite ability regardless of whom the quarterback has been.  On the season he has 69 receptions for 1004 receiving yds and 9 touchdowns.  Since Deshaun s Watson injury, Hopkins has been Tom Savage’s favorite target, Hopkins has garnered a third of Savages passes thrown.  Hopkins has averaged 6 receptions for 103 yds and almost a td in his career games against Tennessee.  Elite player!!!


3.  Cooper Kupp  Rams @ Ariz  —  This ranking is more dependent on corner back match ups.  Sammy Watkins will be guarded by Patrick Peterson, leaving Kupp to play against the other exploitable corner backs.  Last week was Kupp’s first 100 yds game and I can see that trend continuing.  Kupp has earned Goff’s trust and should be heavily targeted in this explosive offense.  When in doubt grab players from high scoring offenses, with exploitable match-up. That’s what we have in Cooper Kupp this week.


Robby Anderson  Kc @ Nyj  —  Robby Anderson has caught a receiving touchdown in 5 straight weeks.  He’s had at least 2 catches in every single game this year.  Against Carolina,a very good defensive team,  he caught 6 passes for 146 yds and 2 tds.  He has proven to be Josh McCown’s favorite deep target.  Playing against a banged up Kansas city Chiefs secondary I expect Anderson to get free for a long td or 2.


Ty Hilton  Indy @ Jax  —  Another tough match-up, Hilton is playing the toughest secondary to exploit.  Each of the corner backs is a true shutdown player.  Jacksonville also has a front line that really get pressure on the quarterbacks.  In the last 3 meetings Jalen Ramsey has held Ty Hilton to 8 catches for 103 yds.  This is a player that I am willing to sit this week, and look elsewhere for better matchups.


Thank you for reading, I hope all you guys gain a bit of knowledge from this post.  And make some educated decision on your lineups for week 13.  Any question or comments please leave below or on our facebook page. Look forward to hearing from you.


Written by  Tom K.

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