Start / Sit Week 13


Colin Kaepernick (vs. Chicago)
Chicago’s defense is a train wreck. Yes, San Francisco hasn't been much better, but Kaepernick has been putting up stats. He’s running the ball well and has multiple touchdowns in the 3 games this season. 

James Starks (vs. Houston)
Last week Starks had 22 touches in his heaviest workload of the year. That shouldn't change this week. The Packers backfield is still depleted, and Rogers has the most familiarity with him. The Texans defense have lost by more that 21 points in the 3 of its road games. Starks will have a field day air the Packers jump out to a big leads.

Tyreek Hill (vs. Atlanta)
3TD’s last week 1 Receiving, 1 Punt Return, and 1 Kick Return. Not only did Hill have a monster day last week, He’s been a source of heavy targets for Alex Smith. In the last two weeks he’s getting double digit targets. He’s definitely got Smith’s trust.

Antonio Gates (vs Green Bay)
Gates put up a goose egg last week but don't let that discourage you. Gates tend to lean heavily on his tight end when his receivers are banged up. Gate’s is a bit touchdown dependent which bodes well for him since he has Rivers throwing to him. 


Cam Newton (vs Seattle)
Cam just hasn't been very good against the Seahawks, In the last 6 games against them Cam has only scored than 16 points in 2 of those games topping out at 21pts. If were bring honest Cam really hasn't been what we expected this year. Michael Bennett is coming back to for that stout defense.

Rashad Jennings (vs Pittsburg)
Against the Browns, Jennings averaged just over 3.5 yards. Now he's facing a better defense in the Steelers. In Pittsburg's last 4 games on Ezekiel Elliott has scored a touchdown on them. 

Jarvis Landry (vs Baltimore)
Outside of a PPR league you probably have had an easy time deciding to sit Landry. Right about now it should be an easy decision to sit Landry against a very good Ravens defense. He’s failed to score in double digits since before week for.

Eric Ebron (vs New Orleans)

If you have Ebron you may have lost trust in him from last weeks performance. It was that Ebron was bad, the Vikings just honed in on him. The Saints defense has been good against opposing Tight Ends. Look for them to follow the same Viking blueprint from the week before. 

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