Week 13: 3 WRs to Shade

By: Jake Rajala (Twitter: @rajala_jake)

Week 13 is within range of modicum to the not-so conventional football addicts. We’re realizing the vital neccesity of maximizing our efforts to confirm our so-depserate & hard-worked season efforts to reach the “promise land” of playoff royalty.

We need to relish the last-ditch efforts & prioritize winning in Week 13, regardless of what’s on the plate for each of us. Articles have been consumed, drafts were completed, and setting our weekly rosters has been accomplished each week. Regardless of your standing, let’s face it–It’s the last ride.

As we’re closing in on less than 20 days from Christmas, let’s address our fantasy kingdoms & enjoy this taste of football before the long-lasting off-season takes way.

In this fantasy bite, I’m going to unravel some notable WRs to shade in Week 13. Let’s begin covering a position of high-essence to ensure our fantasy riches are squared away.

3) Ceedee Lamb-WR-Dallas Cowboys

The rookie WR for America’s team was off to a hot start on the season. As of late, success has been mostly in the rear-view mirror. Ceedee Lamb has been a deer in the headlights for the “Red Rifle”, Andy Dalton.

Lamb has unveiled fewer than 8.6 FF points for PPR owners in 3 out of the last 5 contests. One of those games was a goose egg of .10 points.

Over the past five match-ups, Lamb’s ceiling/highest-scoring game has been reflected in a 16.6 pt display. With Dak Prescott, Lamb posted 3 games of 17.5+ fantasy pts for PPR Owners.

Quite a difference in the previous for match-ups for Lamb–after all, we’re discussing the 43rd ranked WR in the last four weeks! Breshad Perriman. Marquez-Valdes Scantling, Richie James, and “Damiere Byrd” have been ranked higher.

I’m not expecting Lamb to shake the rust off his shoulder and bounce back against stout Ravens defense in Week 13. According to CBS Fantasy, the average WR receptions against Baltimore as a whole is 13.64 and the average receiving yards against Baltimore is 150.8. Vengeance isn’t on the horizon for Lamb.

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