Fantasy Football Projections and Rankings For Week 13

The Chicago Bears are put in a very compromising position in this week’s game due to Jay Cutler’s injury. His amazing offense has put the Bears at the top of the league this season. Unfortunately, his injury has begun to compromise the team’s stretch of wins. The prediction is that the Bears will replace Cutler with Caleb Hanie to start this week, if they do so they might just have a chance to keep their success.

So many injuries in last weeks game gives some of the fantasy football sleepers the opportunity to shine. Keep your eyes on theses players that have been forced to step in; they may just blow your socks off. Some of the plays from this step in players are worth watching. T.J Yates, Rex Grossman and Roy Helu have stunned the crowds.

Grossman offered 30 throws of the ball in last week’s game which definitely increases his fantasy worth. Yates, stepping in for injured Matt Leinhart, played his game with 70 passing yards making it an excellent offense for the game. Helu played a substantial game this week with 23 rushes for 108 yards, seven receptions and a touchdown. These fantasy football players may just be the picks to keep your eyes on in Week 13.

New York Jets Wide Receiver, Brad Smith offered his best game of the season with one touchdown, and four receptions last week. The statistics don’t quite classify Smith as fantasy formula just yet but predictions show that if he keeps up his game he might just cut it as very viable trade bait for fantasy football leagues this season.

Chosen for the waiver wire last two weeks ago, Greg Little of the Cleveland Browns played an excellent game last week with a touchdown and five receptions for 57 yards. It seems that Little has enough of the good stuff to become the fantasy formula that will bring in the numbers.

The Chicago Bears are put in a very compromising position in this week’s game due to Jay Cutler’s injury. His amazing offense has put the Bears at the top of the league this season. Unfortunately, his injury has begun to compromise the team’s stretch of wins. The prediction is that the Bears will replace Cutler with Caleb Hanie to start this week, if they do so they might just have a chance to keep their success.

So many injuries in last weeks game gives some of the fantasy football sleepers the opportunity to shine. Keep your eyes on theses players that have been forced to step in; they may just blow your socks off. Some of the plays from this step in players are worth watching. T.J Yates, Rex Grossman and Roy Helu have stunned the crowds.

Grossman offered 30 throws of the ball in last week’s game which definitely increases his fantasy worth. Yates, stepping in for injured Matt Leinhart, played his game with 70 passing yards making it an excellent offense for the game. Helu played a substantial game this week with 23 rushes for 108 yards, seven receptions and a touchdown. These fantasy football players may just be the picks to keep your eyes on in Week 13.

New York Jets Wide Receiver, Brad Smith offered his best game of the season with one touchdown, and four receptions last week. The statistics don’t quite classify Smith as fantasy formula just yet but predictions show that if he keeps up his game he might just cut it as very viable trade bait for fantasy football leagues this season.

Chosen for the waiver wire last two weeks ago, Greg Little of the Cleveland Browns played an excellent game last week with a touchdown and five receptions for 57 yards. It seems that Little has enough of the good stuff to become the fantasy formula that will bring in the numbers.

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