Week 13 WR Rankings PPR: Wide Receiver Fantasy Stats & Projections: Cooper Kupp To Bounce Back

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There were a few two-touchdown games for receivers this week. One special thing that happened was Odell Beckham Jr. caught his first touchdown pass since Week 2. His fantasy value has taken a hit because of that, but he is likely to start a comeback to end the season. Jarvis Landry was the real star of that game. Here are my wide receiver rankings for Week 13. As we come to the end of fantasy regular seasons, these are some of the receivers you want to be trading for.

Week 13 WR Rankings

RankTierPlayerTeamOpponentWeek 13 Projection (PPR)
11Michael ThomasNew Orleans SaintsAtlanta Falcons20.42
21Tyreek HillKansas City ChiefsOakland Raiders18
31Julio JonesAtlanta FalconsNew Orleans Saints17.15
41Davante AdamsGreen Bay PackersNew York Giants16.53
51Cooper KuppLos Angeles RamsArizona Cardinals15.39
62D.J. CharkJacksonville JaguarsTampa Bay Buccaneers14.66
72Chris GodwinTampa Bay BuccaneersJacksonville Jaguars14.23
82T.Y. HiltonIndianapolis ColtsTennessee Titans13.73
92D.J. MooreCarolina PanthersWashington Redskins13.58
102Tyler LockettSeattle SeahawksMinnesota Vikings13.51
113Adam ThielenMinnesota VikingsSeattle Seahawks12.86
123Julian EdelmanNew England PatriotsHouston Texans12.76
133DeAndre HopkinsHouston TexansNew England Patriots12.73
143Stefon DiggsMinnesota VikingsSeattle Seahawks12.57
153Amari CooperDallas CowboysBuffalo Bills12.49
164Mike EvansTampa Bay BuccaneersJacksonville Jaguars12.07
174Allen RobinsonChicago BearsDetroit Lions11.83
184Tyrell WilliamsOakland RaidersKansas City Chiefs11.58
194Terry McLaurinWashington RedskinsCarolina Panthers11.45
204DK MetcalfSeattle SeahawksMinnesota Vikings11.29
215Jarvis LandryCleveland BrownsPittsburgh Steelers11.09
225Kenny GolladayDetroit LionsChicago Bears10.81
235Keenan AllenLos Angeles ChargersDenver Broncos10.7
245Courtland SuttonDenver BroncosLos Angeles Chargers10.35
255Odell Beckham Jr.Cleveland BrownsPittsburgh Steelers10.28
266Tyler BoydCincinnati BengalsNew York Jets10.11
276John BrownBuffalo BillsDallas Cowboys10.05
286Calvin RidleyAtlanta FalconsNew Orleans Saints9.97
296DeVante ParkerMiami DolphinsPhiladelphia Ealges9.9
306Jamison CrowderNew York JetsCincinnati Bengals9.88
317Alshon JefferyPhiladelphia EaglesMiami Dolphins9.79
327Brandin CooksLos Angeles RamsArizona Cardinals9.62
337Curtis SamuelCarolina PanthersWashington Redskins9.45
347Sammy WatkinsKansas City ChiefsOakland Raiders9.37
357Mohamed SanuNew England PatriotsHouston Texans9.19
368Dede WestbrookJacksonville JaguarsTampa Bay Buccaneers8.87
378Christian KirkArizona CardinalsLos Angeles Rams8.69
388Robert WoodsLos Angeles RamsArizona Cardinals8.54
398Golden TateNew York GiantsGreen Bay Packers8.38
408JuJu Smith-SchusterPittsburgh SteelersCleveland Browns8.16
418Deebo SamuelSan Francisco 49ersBaltimore Ravens7.89
428Michael GallupDallas CowboysBuffalo Bills7.61
439Russell GageAtlanta FalconsNew Orleans Saints7.32
449Marquise BrownBaltimore RavensSan Francisco 49ers7.26
459Emmanuel SandersSan Francisco 49ersBaltimore Ravens7.22
469Larry FitzgeraldArizona CardinalsLos Angeles Rams7.18
479Will Fuller VHouston TexansNew England Patriots7.13
489James WashingtonPittsburgh SteelersCleveland Browns7.09
499A.J. BrownTennessee TitansIndianapolis Colts7.06
509Cole BeasleyBuffalo BillsDallas Cowboys7.01

Huge Week 13

Chris Godwin took over the Buccaneers’ game against the Falcons. Despite Jamies Winston continuing to throw interceptions, they continue to air it out in their offense which is a huge benefit for Godwin owners. On 7 receptions, he accumulated a monster 184-yard game with two touchdowns. The Falcons have been prone to giving up big plays through the air and Godwin was able to exploit it all over the field. The Bucs’ next game against the Jaguars will pose a tougher matchup, but with Godwin’s recent continued success this year, it won’t matter. Every week he has the threat of scoring at the top. I also want to point out D.J. Moore’s game. He had 6 receptions for 126 yards and two touchdowns. The Panthers’ offense is almost all centered around Christian McCaffrey so it is hard to expect too much out of anyone else on the offense, but Moore has put up huge numbers the past four weeks with three of those games surpassing 100 yards. Things are looking even better for Moore next week as the Panthers go on to play the Redskins. I would be expecting another 100-yard kind of game as the Redskins don’t provide a very good defense to stop opposing offenses.

Out of Nowhere

A.J. Brown greatly exceeded his projections this week which fits his role perfectly. He is the Titans deep threat with his speed, so either he will have his normal low-key games or he’ll explode and do what he did last week. He had just 4 receptions but he went for 135 yards and a touchdown. When Tannehill is able to hook up with Brown, his numbers go way up. He is very much a boom or bust type of player since he is so reliant on the deep ball. The Titans’ next opponent, the Colts, is a middle of the range type of defense that neither favors Brown or significantly hurts him. His natural risk makes him a deep flex type of option but has the ability to be a significant addition to your team.

On a Roll

Jarvis Landry has been driving up his fantasy value with his ability to get in the endzone. He has received a touchdown in each of the past four games and had two last week. Against the Dolphins last week, he had 10 receptions for 148 yards. With the Browns starting to heat up, I would be looking for Landry to keep up his hot streak since he is looking to be Baker Mayfield’s favorite target, especially near the endzone.

Good Matchup

Cooper Kupp has taken a back seat in the struggling Rams’ offense. Three weeks ago, he had his huge 200+ yard game but followed up the next week with a donut. Last week, he had just 3 receptions for 53 yards with the bulk of his yards coming on a 50-yard reception. Kupp and the Rams take on the Ravens on Monday Night Football in which the Rams will try to get him going, but looking ahead to Week 13, Kupp should have a huge game. The Cardinals have allowed both the most receiving yards per game and the most receiving touchdowns. Kupp has been the number one receiver all year for the Rams and should be getting the most action.

Bad Matchup

If you own a receiver on the Texans who is not named DeAndre Hopkins, he should be on the bench this week. Will Fuller had a big game last week against the Colts in which he had 7 receptions for 140 yards, but that will almost assuredly regress next week against the Patriots. The Patriots have been the top-rated defense all year. They allow just 158 receiving yards per game and with Hopkins being the top receiver for the Texans, he should be getting the bulk of that, leaving a few scraps for Fuller.

I started playing fantasy football in 2010 at 12 years old where I subbed in for an owner who was having a baby. That year I won the championship in a 16-team league, carried by Arian Foster and Michael Vick. I have yet to bring a trophy home since then, but my love for fantasy football has grown, delving more and more in the statistics and finding ways to improve my drafting ability.

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