5 bold predictions for Week 13

Josh Allen #17 of the Buffalo Bills smiles during a game against the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium on December 28, 2020 in Foxborough, Massachusetts. (Photo by Adam Glanzman/Getty Images)

Fantasy players are trying to lock in a playoff spot or make a desperate play for one this week. Where should you make your play and where should you steer clear?

It’s getting to the desperate time of the fantasy football season. Some teams have already given up on the season, but there are others that are holding out to that small piece of hope that always comes with the NFL season. Teams are looking for those players that could get 100 yards or two touchdowns out of nowhere.

Think about the major surprises that happened last weekend. The Titans had two 100-yard rushers against the Patriots despite not having Derrick Henry in the lineup. Both Dak Prescott and Derek Carr led the league in yards despite playing in the same Thanksgiving game. Jaylen Waddle finally had that huge game, while the Bengals scored 41 points and Ja’Marr Chase did basically nothing to help.

Bold predictions for Week 13 of the NFL fantasy football season.

We are getting to the end of the fantasy season. Most leagues only have two weeks left in the regular season. That means fantasy managers are looking to find the right combination of players. There are so many injuries around the league, and the byes for the Browns, Titans, Packers, and Panthers take a few more interesting players off the list.

To make a major move, the moves have to be bold. There is an opportunity to make it happen this week, and time is running out to make these bold moves count.

Source: FanSided

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