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WR Fantasy Picks for Week 13
- Updated: December 4, 2015
The 2015 regular season in the NFL is starting to wind down, which also unfortunately means the fantasy football season is going along with it. However, in spite of this there’s still ways to have fun with the game, and those include some new picks this week.
Quarterbacks and wide receivers are without a doubt the hottest positions to choose from in fantasy football, and no receiver may be hotter in this league than Odell Beckham Jr. Beckham has been nothing less than electrifying since he was taken by the New York Giants in last year’s draft and puts up more receiving yards and touchdowns as the games go on. This past week against the rival Redskins, Beckham put up 142 yards and an impressive touchdown worthy or any highlight reel, and that trend will likely continue this upcoming week when the Giants host the local New York Jets. He has put up double-digit point totals in the last four games.
Julio Jones of the Atlanta Falcons is another hot wide receiver that is definitely worth playing this upcoming week. This past week, Jones only grabbed five catches for 56 yards against the Minnesota Vikings, rendering him a mere mortal. But despite this, he is set to bounce back and have a big game when the Falcons travel to Tampa Bay to take on their divisional rivals, the Buccaneers. It should be noted that the Tampa Bay defense is also in the top half of the league in defense giving up points to wideouts.
Antonio Brown of the Pittsburgh Steelers has been nothing but stellar for the Steelers offense in the last three years. Last week was a rare low point for Brown, who faced the Seattle Seahawks and put up very meager numbers, considering he was facing off against Richard Sherman. However, he too will likely bounce back with a much better performance against the Colts this week, in Heinz Field, with Indy giving up the seventh most points to wide receivers. At the same time, quarterback Ben Roethlisberger may or may not be available to start this week.
DeAndre Hopkins, another receiver with a mediocre game this past week, will be looking to put up much better numbers in this upcoming week. Hopkins plays for the Houston Texans, who will be headed to Buffalo this week and faces a great match up against the fledgling Bills defense.
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