The Sports Talk Line Fantasy Football Rankings Week 13 cheat sheet is on a roll! Once again, I can’t say enough about the rankings system this sheet is based on. Going for my 9th straight W the Yahoo Fantasy Football performance reports stated this past week:
Misericordias put up fewer points than their season scoring average while McGuillicuty scored above theirs.MVP Fantasy Football League
And I still was able to walk away with the W. Thanks (IMO) to following the SportsTalkLine ranking system to the letter for my draft, waiver-wire pickups, and start/sit decisions.
Let’s take a closer look at who you should start or sit for Week 13. I’ve compiled a list of the top 5 players at their position based upon a slew of metrics (more on that below) using the Sports Talk Line Fantasy Football Rankings system for the 2021 Fantasy Football season. As I stated earlier, I am currently on a nine-game winning streak in my fantasy league that has been going since 2009, I can’t say enough about this system.
It’s a tough NFL fantasy league, but I’ve had the new Sports Talk Line Fantasy Rankings System in my back pocket this season, and the results have been excellent! The system is computerized, so you have to adjust it with the acumen of what is currently happening in the league and any players or team. Let’s take a look at the top 5 for each player grouping. Of course, you can always get the full list at the site.
Week 13 Fantasy Football Rankings
Top 5 Fantasy QBs For Week 13
- Matthew Stafford
- Tom Brady
- Patrick Mahomes
- Derek Carr
- Kirk Cousins
Stafford has OBJ, seems to have found his deep ball and time to get on track. That being said injury rumors are steady out of LA. Proceed with caution. If you have Matthew Stafford and Tom Brady, start Brady. Stafford has a fantastic matchup vs the Jags. Mahomes has his mojo back, Carr is a roller-coaster ride. Cousins is here because they are playing the Lions. Herbert and Prescott face tough defenses though Dak is rated sixth just outside the top 5.
Insider Info: Expect Dak Prescott to find his groove in December.
Top 5 Fantasy RBs for Week 13
- Jonathan Taylor
- Joe Mixon
- Elijah MItchell
- Alexander Mattison
- Najee Harris
Taylor is back at #1 this week after I heard rumblings for ranking him so low last week. Rankings don’t lie as Taylor had an “ok” outing, as predicted. He’s back on the matchup train this week facing the Texans! Be sure and stay on top of your favorite injury list. I use the free one at Sports Talk Line.
Fantasy Football Rankings Week 13 – WR Top 5
- Cooper Kupp
- Justin Jefferson
- Tyreek Hill
- Keenan Allen
- Stefon Diggs
- Davante Adams – just like Taylor at RB last week – this is matchup driven
Kupp from #1 again. Creme rises! The matchups for the rest are solid this week. The STL Fantasy Schedule is gold. 🙂
Fantasy Football Rankings Week 13 – TE Top 5
- Travis Kelce
- George Kittle
- Mark Andrews
- Kyle Pitts
- Rob Gronkowski
I give you my comments from two weeks ago as they are still spot-on: “Kittle is a beast and, when healthy, the best option of the big 3. When he’s healthy. Kelce is the most consistent, and Waller is on the Raiders AND injured, which is frustrating. Kyle Pitts is bringing it, people!”
Fantasy Football Rankings Week 13 – K Top 5
- Matt Gay
- Greg Joseph
- Daniel Carlson
- Ryan Succop
- Harrison Butker
I stream my kicker, and if you noticed how many drop each week out of the top 5, you have an inkling as to why. The rankings are not based on which guy is better but which guy will do best with that week’s matchup. There ya go.
Fantasy Football Rankings Week 13 – D Top 5
- Arizona Cardinals
- Los Angeles Rams
- Indianapolis Colts
- Buffalo Bills
- Minnesota Vikings
Pretty much the same as kickers except for rare teams.
STL Fantasy Rankings System
Any fantasy ranking system is only as good as its scouts. Rather than just depending on one guy, what if you could talk to all of the scouts from different platforms across the web and weigh their opinions based on how good they are? That’s what you will find at all Sports Talk Line Fantasy Rankings.
In short, Sports Talk Line aggregates rankings and projections from several sites on the web – most you already know, but not all. We record their rankings & projections and weight them based upon how accurate each source is throughout the seasons.
No site is the best across the board, so STL Rankings weight and rank each by position and type (weekly or draft rankings). So, for example, the best predictor of QB’s will have the most influence on our QB rankings. Likewise, the best predictor of RB’s will be most influential on our RB rankings and so forth. Thus our Fantasy Football Rankings Week 10 cheat sheet considers all these variables where you don’t get anywhere else!
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