Deeper PPR Sleepers For Week 13

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Most fantasy leagues are now heading into the final week of the regular season. Barring significant injuries, this is likely the last week you'll be able to find anyone worth using come playoff time.

That's not to say there won't be more opportunities to round out your bench, but now is the time for that last minute pounce on the waiver wire. Stay sharp and consider some final roster moves.

Here are some deeper PPR-league sleepers for Week 13. All ownership percentages are from Yahoo leagues.

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Deeper PPR Sleepers For Week 13

Jacquizz Rodgers - RB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (8% Owned)

While the name itself is rather obvious, Jacquizz Rodgers is worth mentioning for deeper leagues based on his low ownership percentage. There's a chance someone in a super deep league has already scooped him up, but at just eight percent, he warrants being listed. Doug Martin left Sunday's game with a concussion and despite Peyton Barber's two short touchdowns, it was Rodgers who saw the most significant uptick in usage. That's been the case the last two seasons when Doug has missed time. Jacquizz Rodgers is the preferred option out of the back field in the event that Martin can't go.

Ricky Seals-Jones - TE, Arizona Cardinals (3% Owned)

Rookie Ricky Seals-Jones has had himself a late-season breakout over the last two games. He's racked up 126 total yards and three touchdowns over that span, cementing his role in the offense. Given the unpredictability at tight end, it's certainly possible that a playoff bound team is in need of someone usable. Seals-Jones can be your desperation fill-in for the playoffs in deeper leagues. In fact, the shift over to quarterback Blaine Gabbert seems to be benefiting RSJ more than any other receiver. That should continue for as long as Gabbert is under center.

Seth Roberts - WR, Oakland Raiders (0% Owned)

With Michael Crabtree suspended and Amari Cooper ailing, Seth Roberts is in line to be the No.1 receiver in Week 13's matchup against the New York Giants. Roberts is looking at a massive surge in targets, putting him on the WR3/flex radar even if it's only for one week. Still, Roberts should be one of the top pickups this week so he might be a little difficult to acquire in deeper leagues. Nevertheless, WR needy owners can use him as a quick fix plug-and-play.

Marquise Goodwin - WR, San Francisco 49ers (15% Owned)

Marquise Goodwin's ownership percentage hasn't budged since last week, a surprising revelation if I'm being honest. Goodwin appeared on last week's list and he proved fruitful in Week 12. Hauling in four receptions for 78 yards on six targets, Goodwin remains the top receiving option in San Francisco. The 49ers aren't exactly the world's most potent offense but hey, there aren't many home run hitters left at this point. Goodwin is worth a stash in all leagues and a start in deep PPR formats.

Dontrelle Inman - WR, Chicago Bears (10% Owner)

Given the Bears feeble offense, I was a tad hesitant to throw Dontrelle Inman onto this week's list but he does deserve our attention. Since being traded from the Chargers, Inman has amassed 195 yards via 13 receptions on 22 targets. To say he's been heavily involved in the offense would be an understatement. I would feel least confident in starting Inman compared to the rest of the players listed this week. Having said that, if your roster construction warrants using him, so be it.

 

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