Top 7 Week 13 Fantasy Football PPR Streamers: Jonathan Williams Looking to Keep Rolling

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It’s week 13, which means no more bye weeks! So, your roster is probably pretty solid right now. However, there’s always a chance to get a couple more points off of good matchups. There are also a couple players floating around on waivers that I think would make great permanent additions to your team. Here’s some recommendations for week 13 fantasy football streamers.

Jonathan Williams

Jonathan Williams is my favorite fantasy pickup for week 13. He’s been really productive for the Colts ever since coming in for an injured Mack in week 11. He had 13 carries for 116 against Jacksonville and 26 carries for 104 yards and a touchdown against Houston. These are 15.7 and 21.1 point games in PPR leagues. The Colts are up against the Titans this week, which is a relatively favorable matchup. The Titans allowed Leonard Fournette to rush for 97 yards and 2 touchdowns. I’m expecting another high teens to low twenties performance from Williams this week.

Rashaad Penny

Rashaad Penny had his biggest game of the season last week. He put up 129 yards and a touchdown off of 14 carries, for an average of 9.2 yards per carry and a score of 18.9 in PPR leagues. Carson, the Seahawks leading back, has been having trouble holding on to the ball, which prompted the switch to Penny in their last game. Carson is still their starting back, but I believe the Seahawks said Penny is going to be seeing the ball more, and I wouldn’t doubt it after his stunning performance on Sunday. The Seahawks are up against a tougher Vikings defense, but I think Penny is still going to see a fair amount of carries. After his performance on Sunday, I expect him to be able to make something out of the chances he gets regardless of the tougher matchup.

DeVante Parker

DeVante Parker hasn’t scored below 11 points since week 3. In week 12 he had 6 receptions for 91 yards, good enough for a 15.1 point performance in PPR leagues. Fitzpatrick has really breathed some new life into this Dolphins offense, which shows in Parker’s consistency. They’re up against an Eagles secondary that allows an average 231.7 passing yards per game and 22.5 points per game. I think the Dolphins could put on a nice performance through the air, and if that’s the case Parker will be looking at another good game.

James Washington

Over the past three games Washington had a 19, 7.9, and 18.8 point PPR performance. That 7.9 point performance came against the Browns, who they’re matched up with once again this week. However, I’m expecting a bit of a different outcome. A big reason for that lackluster performance was due to Rudolph throwing 4 picks on the night. Devlin Hodges will be starting for the Steelers instead and might do better against the Browns secondary. The Browns will be missing Myles Garrett as well and their pass rush won’t be as strong without him, meaning Devlin will be pressured less and have an easier time in the pocket. I’m expecting points in the low to middling teens range from Washington against the Browns.

Jack Doyle

Doyle only racked up 5.8 fantasy points against the Texans in their last matchup. However, with Ebron on injured reserve, I’m expecting more targets to go his way. The Titans allow an average 255.6 yards per game through the air, the 9th most in the league. Plus, their secondary took a hit when Malcolm Butler was placed on IR. I think Doyle is going to have a better game this week and put up high single digit to low double digit numbers in this matchup.

Sam Darnold

Darnold has been on a roll lately. Over the past three weeks he put up 21.7, 25.4, and 28.2 points in PPR leagues. The Jets have also put up 34 points in their last three games, the most points they’ve scored all season. They’re coming in hot to a matchup against the Bengals, one of the best matchups they could have asked for to continue their momentum. The Bengals allow an average 250.9 passing yards, the 12th most in the league, and 26.5 points per game, the 6th most in the league. I think the Jets are going to have no problem continuing their hot streak and I think Darnold is in for a high-teens to low-twenties game this Sunday.

Jets Defense

The Jets defense is coming off of a huge game, holding a pretty strong Raiders offense to just 3 points. They’ve scored 18, 11, and 17 PPR points in their last three matchups and, as discussed with Darnold, are heading into a great matchup. The Bengals score an average 14.3 points per game, the 2nd fewest in the league. I’m expecting another great game out of the Jets defense and I think they’re one of the most valuable streaming defenses this week due to this great matchup, and their momentum.

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