The week 13 fantasy football rankings are here, along with a new exciting list for debate. While the deal deadline has passed, the debates continue, and with Marvel’s Phase 4 coming to an end (and Christmas specials coming soon), it’s time to rank up the content. by Marvel. Don’t worry, I still have your bed, get started and sit… and don’t forget!… check out 101 sections below for all the weather questions, wait/risk starts and more before skipping those questions.
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2022 Week 13 Fantasy Football Sleepers
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CAN START: Trevor Lawrence, JAX — First, the Lions dropped 3.3 more FPPGs than any other team. Yes, part of that is down to the number of rush touches allowed (six), but that includes rush scores for Geno Smith, Daniel Jones and Josh Allen. Every game where Lawrence completed at least 70% of his passes yielded more than 16.7 points. The only game where Lawrence hit 18.7 points but failed to reach that completion mark (51.2%) came with a hasty encounter against the Giants. The Lions are leading the league in midfield completion rate (64.7%) and are more likely to finish high at home.
CAN START: Dameon Pierce, HOU — As mentioned in the waiver, it’s time for Infinity Duck. The anxiety couldn’t get worse, but if there’s one game to be reckoned with, it’s the one against the Browns. Only the Bengal team did not have a double-digit run against Team Brown, the team with the highest APA for the position. They also lead the league in dash yards (1,592) and hasty touches (14) allowed. If Pierce can’t finish the Top 20 in Week 13, he’s done.
HAIL MARY STARTS: Kyren Williams, LAR – The Seahawks are another great matchup – just ask Josh Jacobs. Even before that, Leonard Fournette and Rachaad White had no problem running on the Seahawks, and the Seahawks allowed second-yard receivers to run backwards. Williams had 70.9% of catches in Week 12, but more importantly, 61.5% of passes dropped to just 37.5% for Cam Akers.
CAN START: Allen Lazard, GB – Even with a line of only 3-2-24 in Week 12, Lazard still has the highest Snap% (100) and Route% (96.4) among all receivers and a tight finish. Christian Watson’s breakthrough certainly injured Lazard a bit, but the game against the Bears wasn’t anything to worry about. The only problem was that some teams didn’t get through much due to easily beating the Bears. That’s another reason why Lazard is a viable start/sleep and not in the Top 30 guaranteed range. Mike White had no problems with the Bears last week, finding Garrett Wilson and Elijah Moore for a total of three touchdowns, and that’s the hope we can have for a Lazard encounter, even if Watson received from him.
CAN START: Diontae Johnson, PIT — Johnson remains 25th in TmTGT% (24.9) and eighth in target (94) out of all expansions. It doesn’t lead to a touch… or even 85 yards. That’s the new Johnson… the old Jakobi Meyers? And that’s why DiontBAE is just a DiontMAY…be…starting. Also, Falcons can speed up the clock due to constantly running the ball, so the chances for 10 goals can be slim. However, most receivers with more than 8 targets against the Falcons make the Top 30… the most.
HAIL MARY STARTS: DJ Chark, DET – Chark played five games and only four with at least 65% of catches (only 15.9% in Week 11, first game back from injury in Week 3). In four games, Chark had 16.1 TmTGT% for a total score of 23-9-114-2 and 13.2, 0.0, 6.1 and 8.6 respectively. As mentioned to Lawrence, this can be a high scoring sneak, especially since Jared Goff plays better at home. Chark is worth playing deep for a touch of the ball.
HAIL MARY STARTS: David Njoku, CLE – Honestly, just play Njoku. As of Week 3, Njoku has only three single-digit points against four double-digit matches, with two of the single-digit attempts still scoring 7.3 and 9.2, and the other being the first. First he came back and was restrained. Even with that limited game and missed time, Njoku is still TE8 as of Week 3 and fifth in the FPPG. Oh, and he’s got a game against the Texans this week.
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Marvel’s Stage 4 Ranking
When Marvel’s Phase 4 ended with The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special airing — and it also kicked off the Christmas viewing season — I thought, “Why not rate all of Marvel’s Phase 4?” Well, you might object to it because it has a lot of “mehs,” but we’d be happy to argue the rankings anyway, wouldn’t we? It’s basically the ultimate TV/movie slot—a few good movies and a lot, I guess.
- Spider-Man: No Way Home — Travis Kelce of Phase 4. It’s this and then everything else, because No Way Home is the best superhero movie to date.
- Loki – Terrible. This is how you seed and create a Marvel series.
- Black Panther: Wakanda forever — Drama? Amazing and elegant transition. My main problem is that other than introducing Namor, the new Black Panther, and Ironheart (which they don’t even say her name), nothing has developed but potential future relationships.
- WandaVision – Sure, later episodes will explain some of the first seasons, but man, the first three episodes – and supposedly some of the last ones – make this show low floor despite the high ceiling. That’s Gabe Davis.
- Guardians of the Galaxy special holiday — Link several topics, check people out, and have a good laugh. Add it to your Christmas movie list.
- Thor: Love and Thunder – I understand the hate, I just disagree with most of it. Is this a throwaway Marvel movie? Sure, but for the most part Phase 4 is a bit neglected and loosely bound. It’s still fun.
- Hawk Eye — It’s Die Hard as a superhero show… and more Christmas than Die Hard. Why hate?
- Doctor Strange in the Mad Multiverse — Some redundancy from WandaVision for Wanda, but even so, and with a love or hate music scene (I hate it) and a focus more on Wanda than Dr. Strange, this movie is a good movie.
- What if…? — Teasing us with the episode of Dr. Strange (that it could be an important part of the movie’s plot), but we do have superhero zombies and more interesting “what if” sentences.
- Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings — Another enjoyable movie, even with an over-the-top ending, CGI-festival (and too much Awkwafina).
- Black Widow — Due to its release date (retarded), it is misplaced in the overall plot. Still a good mix from the standard with more spy stuff.
- I Am Groot – Short fun… however, a rather dark episode.
- werewolf at night – I have a feeling some people love it. No problem. Similar to the GotG special, a themed miniseries (Halloween) fits its nature.
- The Falcon and the Winter Soldier – That’s good. I can only tell you that Sam Wilson is the new Captain America… that you probably already know and assume.
- Moonlight Knight – Messed up like it was trying to complete the plot. As with a lot of Phase 4, credit Marvel for trying new things, but this feels like a thing that doesn’t “stick” to the wall.
- She-Hulk: Lawyer – Talk about trying new things… I’m not even sure She-Hulk knows what it wants to be or tries from episode to episode. Take a look at this instead.
- Miss Marvel – I tried. Really tried. I couldn’t even finish it, though, and sure, it could work to get teenagers to invest in Marvel’s material, but I’ve long passed that demographic. Out of my lawn!
- the eternal – Wow. Interesting effects and actions, but… that’s all.
Football prediction week 13
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Fantasy football rankings week 13
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