Fantasy Football Week 13 Start ‘M & Sit’ M: David Montgomery Ready for Another Big Game


In all the years that I’ve been writing this Start ‘M and Sit’ M column, this is the first time I’m doing this with sports. I’m currently watching the Ravens-Steelers game because I’m writing this sentence, and it’s kind of cool. Maybe we’ll get more Wednesday games in the future? Probably right there.

While the 2020 season has deteriorated significantly because of COVID-19, the good thing is that the NFL is making sure every game is played. This has not always been easy, and fantasy managers have had to avoid a lot of things in setting up your lineup. There are likely to be more twists and turns in the final part of the season, but we are nearing the end. In fact, it is the last week of the regular season in many fantasy leagues.

Hopefully, this is the week when you will bring a playoff berth or close out a potential sub-week. We know this is not the case for everyone, but it would be great if there are many teams responsible who are fighting for a post-man’s spot in your league to make them competitive.

So let’s know why you start here and sit which you need for week 13. I know many of you will stop reading this column after this week if you miss the Fantasy Playoffs, but I appreciate you coming here during the season. We will still be here until the end of the year, and hopefully those of you who are still in contention will come away with a fictional title.

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It was great to see that David Montgomery has a breakout game in Green Bay in Week 12, and I hope to have it by this week. He should have another outstanding performance in Week 13 against the Lions.

Detroit allows the most imaginary points to resist running backs. Singh is fifth in the NFL in rushing yards allowed in 1,467 and allowed 14 rushes in the first touchdown and a running back with 21 total. In the past five weeks, seven running backs have scored at least 15 PPR points against Detroit, allowing 12 total touchdowns. This is great for Montgomery, especially the way he looked against the Packers.

He missed Week 10 against Minnesota with a tackle, but he returned after Chicago’s bye with 11 carries for 103 yards at Green Bay, plus five catches for 40 yards and a season-high 25 PPR points. A touchdown on six goals for. It was also the first 100 yards game of the season for Montgomery.

Now, it has been an up-and-down season for Montgomery. With Tariq Cohen (ACL), he has set career highs for goals (47), receptions (35), receiving yards (252) and touchdowns (two). He has caught at least three catches in six of his last seven matches, which has given him a good floor in PPR. But he has just one rushing touchdown on the season and just three games with more than 12 PPR points.

However, it should be a great week for Montgomery against the Lions, and I expect the top-15 in all leagues to be trailing – if not higher.

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  • Chief (vs Dane)
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