Fantasy Football Week 13 Start ‘Em & Sit ‘Em: Get Trevor Lawrence, Rachaad White, Garrett Wilson in lineups

The game of the week for Week 13 will be the Chiefs at Bengals, and I’m excited for this matchup. It will hopefully have plenty of points and fantasy production from two of the best offenses in the NFL. The projected point total is 52.5, according to Caesars Sportsbook, which is fantastic.

For the Chiefs, you know what to do with Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce, and hopefully JuJu Smith-Schuster is back to 100 percent. He missed Wednesday’s practice with an illness, but if he’s healthy then consider him a borderline starter in the majority of leagues.

Skyy Moore has sleeper appeal in deeper formats, especially if Kadarius Toney (hamstring) remains out, but I’m nervous about Isiah Pacheco, as you’ll read below. Keep an eye on Jerick McKinnon (hamstring) also, as he could have some sleeper appeal if this game becomes the aerial attack most expect.

The Bengals are getting Joe Mixon (concussion) and Ja’Marr Chase (hip) back for this matchup, and both should be immediately inserted back into your starting lineups. Tee Higgins and Joe Burrow are also must-start options, and hopefully Tyler Boyd and Hayden Hurst can perform at a high level in this contest.

It’s going to be an exciting Week 13, highlighted by the Chiefs at Bengals. Now, let’s see who you should be starting and sitting in your Fantasy lineups as the regular season ends in the majority of leagues in two weeks.

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Trevor Lawrence grew up a little bit in Week 12 at Baltimore. He needed to lead the Jaguars to a victory in the fourth quarter, and he took Jacksonville on a 10-play, 75-yard drive that ended with a 10-yard touchdown pass to Marvin Jones. Lawrence then connected with Zay Jones for a two-point conversion with 14 seconds left to give Jacksonville a 28-27 victory.

Lawrence finished the game completing 29-of-37 passes for 321 yards and three touchdowns, his first career game with 300-plus passing yards, three-plus passing touchdowns and zero interceptions. He scored 30 Fantasy points, and this was after he had 24 Fantasy points in his previous game at Kansas City.

Lawrence should stay hot in Week 13 at Detroit, and the Lions allow the most Fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks this season. Three quarterbacks in a row have scored at least 26 Fantasy points against Detroit, including Justin Fields, Daniel Jones and Josh Allen.

This game is expected to be a high-scoring affair with a projected point total of 51.5, according to Caesars Sportsbook, and Lawrence should hold up his end of the deal. I love the matchup for Christian Kirk and Zay Jones, and Lawrence has top-five upside (again) this week.

I didn’t expect Lawrence to play well in Week 12 at Baltimore, but he proved me wrong. He should deliver another big game in this matchup with the Lions, and he’s worth starting in all Fantasy leagues.

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Seahawks (at LAR)

The Rams are likely going to be the free space for opposing DSTs for the rest of the season, even if Matthew Stafford (neck) is able to return. Without Cooper Kupp (ankle), Allen Robinson (foot) and a healthy offensive line, it will be tough for the Rams to score, which was the case in Week 12 at Kansas City when Los Angeles had 10 points with three sacks and two interceptions. . Seattle’s defense has struggled of late, but the Seahawks DST is worth starting in all leagues given the matchup.

  • Steelers (at ATL)
  • Browns (at HOU)
  • Commanders (at NYG)

Chiefs (at CIN)

The Chiefs DST was awesome in Week 12 against the Rams, but this is a significant step up in competition in Week 13 at Cincinnati. Ja’Marr Chase (hip) and Joe Mixon (concussion) are expected to play, and this game will hopefully be a shootout. Now, Joe Burrow does have three interceptions in his past four games, but he’s also been sucked just five times in his past three outings as well. I don’t expect Kansas City’s defense to slow down Cincinnati, and the Chiefs DST is not worth starting in most leagues.

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