As you prepare for Week 13 and your playoff push, RotoBaller has you covered with rankings at each position. We include all Week 13 matchups and injury news in these rankings, so you can make the best decisions and put together your ideal Week 13 lineup.
Week 13 Fantasy Football Rankings
QB: For our Week 13 fantasy football QB rankings, we love Tom Brady at #1 overall-- we love him lots more than our fellow experts do. He's coming off an incredible comeback performance versus the Colts, and sometimes you've just gotta follow the mojo! We also like Eli Manning more than other experts, but you need to be in either a 16-team or two-QB league format to be considering him.
RB: Dallas can't stop the run game at all. so Rashad Jennings is a tasty choice in Week 13. He's going to produce more than the 14th-best back, which is where the experts have him. Start him at RB1 in Week 13. If Zac Stacy isn't good to go in Week 13, then Benny Cunningham will vault up in out Week 13 RB rankings. We're also expecting big things from Danny Woodhead this week, and we like him nine spots ahead of our colleagues.
WR: In our WR PPR rankings for Week 13, three guys we're going all-in on are Larry Fitzgerald, Desean Jackson and Alshon Jeffrey. Fitz plays against a bad PHI defense and he and Palmer have been on the same page recently, so expect a big game. D-Jacks has a challenging matchup against the tough Arizona secondary, but this is going to be a fairly high-scoring game, and so he will see plenty of targets from QB Nick Foles. Jeffrey has a golden matchup against the pathetic Vikings secondary-- he's will be going big this week, along with his teammate Brandon Marshall. One guy we don't like is Andre Johnson, whose seemingly magical connection with fading rookie QB Case Keenum is now in the distant past. Andre is not a good option in Week 13 as he'll likely be blanketed by Talib.
TE: Though we're shying away from Andre Johnson, we nevertheless do like Garret Graham in our Week 13 TE rankings, as he should be the beneficiary of Talib's coverage of the Texans' WR1. There aren't many other big surprises with our TE rankings-- it's been a pretty boring position this year with only two elite players (Gronk and Graham) and then a small handful of quality guys (Davis, Witten, Thomas). If you don't have one of those players, you'll be lucky to put up 10 points in any given week.
RotoBaller Ryan Rufe gives you an alternative perspective for this week's rankings. You can see his personal Week 13 rankings below for another opinion: