Week 13 WR Fantasy Football Rankings

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WK 13 WR Rankings

Julio Jones has a dream matchup this week against New Orleans.

This week’s WR Rankings are full of some changes that you may not be aware of yet. You’ll notice that Eagles WR DeSean Jackson, Cowboys WR Miles Austin and Vikings WR Percy Harvin are NOT listed.


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DeSean Jackson (ribs) is done for the season, Miles Austin (hammy and lower back) is questionable AT BEST, while Percy Harvin (ankle sprain in three different spots) is unlikely to suit up.

The good news is Packers WR Greg Jennings will start against the Vikings this week—follow that link for a breakdown of his potential impact.

Remember that a HUGE showdown between the Falcons and Saints take center stage Thursday night. In their last meeting, it was Roddy White who went off for 114 yards. This time around I fully believe it will be Julio Jones who gets the lion’s share of the work.

Let’s take a look at how these injuries impact this week’s WR rankings, and who makes this week’s list.

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3 Comments

  1. Kurt Turner

    November 30, 2012 at 9:14 pm

    Greg Jennings is likely to play a limited snap count.. risky wr3 in my opinion. Great rankings otherwise.. of course I could be wrong about Greg Jennings…

    • Ray Tannock

      December 1, 2012 at 7:49 am

      I agree with in the sense that he will be limited. In fact, coach McCarthy gave the same “outlook” as the Falcons gave Julio Jones earlier this week in saying that his workload “will be dictated by the flow of the game.”

      This is why I have him so low, but even if Jennings see no more than 6 or 7 targets, he could turn one of those into a long score. High risk/High reward for WK 13.

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