Fantasy Football Week 13 WR Rankings - Pick The Right Starters

Fantasy Football Week 13 WR Rankings – Pick The Right Starters

Fantasy Football Week 13 WR Rankings

Hello NFL fan! We have Fantasy Football Week 13 WR Rankings ready for you. This week Da Sports Commish will share his power ranking table and tell you a little bit why they chose the specific power ranking order in the comments below. If you want to get more info on Fantasy Football Rankings then check out our QB, RB, TE, DEF power ranking lists.

Check Out Fantasy Football Week 13 WR Rankings

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Mark Ingram, BAL, RB1
Alvin Kamara, NO, RB2
Dalvin Cook, MIN, RB3
Christian McCaffrey, CAR, RB4
Chris Carson, SEA, RB5
Nick Chubb, CLE, RB6
Aaron jones, GB, RB7
Melvin Gordon, LAC, RB8
Josh Jacobs, OKL, RB9
Sony Michel, NE, RB10
Ezekiel Elliott, DAL, RB11
Rashaad Penny, SEA, RB12
Saquon Barkley, NYG, RB13
Le'Veon Bell, NYJ, RB14
Leonard Fournette, JAX, RB15
Todd Gurley, LAR, RB16
David Montgomery, CHI, RB17
David Johnson, ARZ, RB18
Marlon Mack, IND, RB19
Damien Williams, KC, RB20
James White, NE, RB21
Austin Ekeler, LAC, RB22
dasportscommishMark Ingram was on fire on MNF he will made it as my #1 because I believe he has the potential to help Baltimore slay down another dragon. Ravens obliterated both Super Bowl 2019 finalists and now they are going to face the best ranked NFC team 49ers. This could be an early Super Bowl finals game. If anyone can tear down 49ers defense it's Baltimore with LJ and Ingram! Alvin Kamara dropped to my 2nd spot despite having a very impressive performance vs Panthers in week 12. Kamara is going to face easier foe than Ingram that being said Kamara may not have so much opportunity as Drew Brees may test new action plays before playoffs. Either way Kamara will get a lot of attempts and is a solid bet. Expect lots of points!  

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