5 Outbreaking Fantasy Football Stars to be Captured for Week 13

5 Outbreaking Fantasy Football Stars to be Captured for Week 13


EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ – SEPTEMBER 19: (New York Daily Exit) 23rd New York Jets’ Stephen Coleman plays against the New England Patriots at MetLife Stadium on September 19, 2021, in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The Patriots defeated the Jets 25-6. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

Three back runs and a pair of intriguing wide receivers make up the best fantasy football pickup this week.

The 13th week of December comes with it to the NFL, making each week even more important for fantasy fans. With only two weeks left in most fantasy regular seasons, your pickups in a given week can be the difference between making the playoffs and trying to avoid the dreaded last-place penalty in the Solace Slice.

As we do every week in this space, let’s take a look at the best fantasy football snippets to help you win in Week 13 and beyond. All listed percentages referenced in this slideshow are courtesy of Yahoo Sports.

5. Best Fantasy Football Pickup Week 13 – New York Jets RB Tevin Coleman

Losing Michael Carter to a sprained ankle has been a severe blow to the Jets since he got his start on quality. Carter settled on an injured reserve this week, which means he will be out for at least another two weeks, creating an opportunity for the savvy fantasy to add the option of a short-term retreat.

New York’s immediate benefactor was Tevin Coleman, who scored 16 loads for 67 yards against the Houston Texans in Week 12, executing both Ty Johnson and calling coach Austin Walter in the process. Walter and Zack Wilson scored both fast landings but Coleman was clearly the most trusted choice here by the coaching staff.

Coleman is registered in only 18 percent of Yahoo’s championships, and he has the potential to be an RB2 on a volume basis over the next few weeks while the Jets wait for Carter to return from his injury. It’s clear New York will try to run football more to help relieve some of the burden on Wilson, making Coleman a sneaky and good flexible game for all the fantasy managers out there who need help with the job.

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