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Five Fantasy Football Sleepers For Week 13

December 1, 2017
Did Redskins wide receiver Jamison Crowder ruin your Thursday night during Washington's 38-14 loss to the Dallas Cowboys? Did Redskins running back Samaje Perine not meet your expectations? Well never fear, the Week 13 sleepers are here:

1. Dede Westbrook, Wide Receiver, Jacksonville Jaguars

Against the Arizona Cardinals last week, Westbrook had 10 targets. In a solid matchup this week against the Colts, I'd expect more of the same, especially with Jaguars receiver Allen Hurns still out.

2. Austin Ekeler, Running Back, Los Angeles Chargers

You may have to be patient with this one, but the Chargers are rolling right now, so their game against the Cleveland Browns could get out of hand early, thus opening up more late-game touches for Ekeler.

3. The "Tight Ends Rule"

Always start any tight end against the New York Giants, Browns and Denver Broncos, so this week Jared Cook of the Oakland Raiders, Hunter Henry of the Chargers and Julius Thomas of the Miami Dolphins are must starts at the position.

4. Ed Dickson, Tight End, Carolina Panthers

I do not expect Greg Olsen to play as I am writing this. So Dickson would face a New Orleans Saints team that has given up the sixth-most fantasy points to the tight end position during the past three weeks. 

5. Devontae Booker, Running Back, Denver Broncos

I know,  it's tough to trust any Broncos player right now, but the Dolphins, Denver's Week 13 opponent, have given up the third-most fantasy points to opposing running backs during the past three weeks and the fifth-most during the past five weeks. They also allow opposing running backs to catch an average of four passes a game over the past five games. This seems to fit Booker's strengths and how the Broncos want to utilize him. Jump in the pool, the water is fine.