WEEK 13: Which Players Should You DROP This Week In NFL Fantasy Football?

We had a long few days of football thanks to Thanksgiving Day last Thursday – which was awesome by the way! – and as usual, the NFL gave us so much action to talk about.

Over the course of this season, we have made some risky DROP suggestions and Week 12 was no different. Thankfully, again they paid off!

Let’s have a look at a couple of those DROP picks from Week 12:

Larry Fitzgerald = 3.20 Fantasy points (12 totals yards & 2-pt conversion)

Jordy Nelson = 1.10 Fantasy points (11 total yards)

Tyrod Taylor = 14.02 Fantasy Points (210 total yards & 1 TD)

 

So, let kick off Week 13!

 

Week 13: Which Player Has To Be Dropped In NFL Fantasy This Week?

Each week members of Into The End Zone make their one pick for a player that needs to be dropped from your starting roster in NFL Fantasy Football.

This could be because we hate the match up, they've decided they don't fancy getting points this season so far or because we genuinely want that player to fail this week for our own benefit.
IntoTheEndZone TeamPlayer NamePositionTeam OpponentReason To Drop Them
Thomas LeGarrette BlountRunning Back Philadelphia Eagles@ Seattle SeahawksThe Eagles have had a relatively easy schedule over the last few weeks but this will be an interesting test. The Seahawks are a bit banged up but they still give up the 5th fewest points to Running Backs. Plus, we still don't know who Philadelphia see as their No.1 RB.
Neil Dez BryantWide ReceiverDallas Cowboysvs. Washington RedskinsI have no doubt that Dallas will have looked to see how they can get Dez more involved as they see their season start to decline. If I know this, then Washington will without doubt be looking to prevent him getting any sort of look in.
Matt ("Stats")Dak PrescottQuarterbackDallas Cowboyrs@ Washington RedskinsDak looks shaken with the departure of Elliott, this Cowboys team is not the unit it once was. In Dak's last two performances he's put up -1.20 and 3.16 fantasy points. He just can't be trusted.
CarterMatthew StaffordQuarterbackDetroit Lions@ Baltimore RavensThis one seems simple really, the Ravens are balling on defense this season and have allowed an average of 8.9 fantasy points a game to Quarterbacks.

 

Here are our START selections.

What do you make of these selections?

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Post Author: Thomas Stocks

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