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It is finally time for NFL Week 13! If you're a FantasyDraft DFS player, then this article is for you.

Each week, I will be providing you with my daily fantasy football lineup picks for FantasyDraft. The lineup picks will range from some of the elite players to mid-priced options and value plays.

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FantasyDraft - DFS Quarterback Pick

Russell Wilson vs PHI ($12,600)

Wilson is a tough player to avoid for his price this week. He has thrown for at least two touchdowns in each of his last six games, including a rushing touchdowns in each of his last two. He gets a matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles, who have been a below average defense against quarterbacks this season. Wilson is the focal point of the Seahawks offense, and he will need to have a big game if Seattle wants to pull off the upset.


FantasyDraft - DFS Running Back Picks

Melvin Gordon vs CLE ($12,900)

There were a lot of concerns that Austin Ekeler was going to take the majority of Gordon's work, but that has not been the case over the last two weeks. Gordon has not been as involved in the passing game, but he is averaging over 20 carries per game over that span. He gets a good matchup against the Cleveland Browns, who have been a below average defense against the run this season. The Chargers are also sizable favorites, meaning they could spend the majority of the second half running the clock out. Gordon comes fairly cheap this week, and he's an elite option.

Jamaal Williams vs TB ($10,200)

There are a few question marks surrounding Williams this week. Ty Montgomery is currently doubtful, but Aaron Jones has been upgraded to questionable. Even if Jones plays, he should be limited, which means Williams will be the featured running back. He found his footing last week, totaling 135 yards and two touchdowns against the Pittsburgh Steelers. He gets a better matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this week, as Tampa Bay ranks 18th in the NFL against running backs. Williams may eventually end up in a time share at running back in Green Bay, but for now, he is a great option.


FantasyDraft - DFS Wide Receiver Picks

DeAndre Hopkins at TEN ($14,300)

Hopkins' production this season has been nothing short of amazing given his quarterback situation. He is averaging a 6.3/91.3/0.8 line on 11.4 targets per game. His production was expected to dip after the injury to Deshaun Watson, but that has not been the case. Hopkins now gets a matchup against the Tennessee Titans, who rank 25th in the NFL against wide receivers. Hopkins is one of the best options on the slate for his price tag this week.

DeSean Jackson at GB ($9,800)

Jackson is currently questionable this week, but he is expected to play. He has been a bit of a hit or miss option on the season, scoring double digit fantasy points in seven of 11 games. He is a major part of the offense, averaging over seven targets per game this season. He is also a big play threat, although he has been utilized on more than just deep routes this season. He gets a good matchup against the Green Bay Packers, who rank 29th in the NFL against wide receivers. Jackson is a player best suited for tournaments, though.


FantasyDraft - DFS Tight End Pick

Jared Cook vs NYG ($9,400)

Cook has been enjoying a solid season, averaging a 3.8/48.8/0.1 line on 5.9 targets per game. He could see an increased role this week with Michael Crabtree suspended and Amari Cooper likely out due to injury. Cook gets an elite matchup against the New York Giants, who rank 32nd in the NFL against tight ends and have allowed touchdowns at an elite rate. The Raiders have an implied team total of 24.8 points, meaning there is a good chance Cook finds the end zone this weekend.


FantasyDraft - DFS Defense Pick

Los Angeles Chargers D/ST vs CLE ($7,000)

The Chargers have featured an elite defense this season, allowing only 18.0 points per game. They are also averaging 1.7 turnovers, 2.9 sacks, and 0.4 defensive touchdowns per game. They have scored three defensive touchdowns in the last two weeks, and they get an elite matchup against the Cleveland Browns. Cleveland is leading the NFL in interceptions this season. Los Angeles is also a -14 point favorite in a game set at only 43.5 points. They can be used in all leagues.


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