Fantasy football sit, start, and sleepers: Divisional Advice for Week 13
SIT: Running Back, Ameer Abdullah – Detroit Lions
I vow to never label Abdullah a fantasy football breakout candidate. Again.
START: Chicago Bears Defense
Jimmy Garoppolo looked good in his one series last week. In a game that was over. Against a soft defense. Chicago is neither soft, nor over.
SLEEPER: Green Bay Defense
The Buccaneers offense hasn’t been the greatest, and if the frozen tundra gets to them, the defense could have a solid outing.
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SIT: Quarterback, Andy Dalton – Cincinnati Bengals
I once started Andy Dalton because Jay Cutler was my regular fantasy football quarterback and was on a bye. Yes, I was winning with Cutler at quarterback. Anyway, the Bengals played a Monday Night Football game and Dalton got me negative points. Yep. The dreaded streamer got you fewer points than the guy on a bye. Avoid Dalton in prime time.
START: Wide Receiver, Antonio Brown – Pittsburgh Steelers
How do you not start Brown? One of the best receivers in the league is coming off a hot game, and is looking to put another one on a division rival. Put him in, and get ready for the show.
SLEEPER: Running Back, Alex Collins – Baltimore Ravens
Collins owners were probably a little disappointed he didn’t get used more last week. However, he showed again he can be reliable, and the more he does the more he should get used.