The fantasy football season is coming to an end. For some leagues, week 13 marks the end of the regular season, while others reach week 14 before entering the postseason.
Regardless of the structure of your league, it's time for each team to fight for a place in the playoffs, and it's possible that a smart pickup may overdo it.
Here is a look at the top that is added for each main offensive fantasy position, along with four suggestions for sleeping. All percentages are via Yahoo.
Top Fantasy Pickup: Minnesota Vikings QB Case Keenum (in teams in 46 percent of Yahoo leagues)
Week 13 Forecasting statistics in Atlanta Falcons: 250 pbading yards, 1 touchdown, 1 interception
This is not the easiest case to make, but starting Case Keenum on the stage could be a trap.
Yes, Keenum comes from an impressive three touchdowns performance against the Detroit Lions, and also threw for four touchdowns and 304 yards against the Washington Redskins, but the next three games of the Vikings should be tough.
Minnesota will travel to face the 7-4 Atlanta Falcons and 8-3 Carolina Panthers on the road before receiving the Cincinnati Bengals, who only allow 19.5 points per game (good enough to be tenth in the league). The Falcons may not be as difficult a defense as Carolina and Cincinnati, but they probably will not give up on an explosive performance either.
Keenum has squashed expectations this year, but will have to weather a hard storm for the next three weeks.
Top Fantasy Sleeper: New York Jets quarterback Josh McCown (33 percent)
Week 13 Projection vs. statistics Kansas City Chiefs: 275 pbading yards, 2 TD, 1 INT
Here's a sentence I did not expect to write this year: New York Jets quarterback Josh McCown He has 20 total touchdowns and only eight interceptions after 11 games.
The credit goes to McCown for keeping the Jets competitive in a year in which few thought they would be anything other than a team living in the basement.
From a fantastic perspective, McCown is a solid starter in the two quarterback leagues, and it is safe to say he has been one of the 12 best qualifiers in the NFL. . this year.
Against a wobbly Kansas City Chiefs team, McCown was able to find safety Robby Anderson several times to get the reverse. 
Top Fantasy Pickup: RB Tampa Bay Buccaneers (7 percent)
] Week 13 Projection of statistics against Kansas City Chiefs: 10 carries, 45 yards rushing
Tampa Bay runner Buccaneers Doug Martin, unfortunately, suffered a concussion against the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday past, and his status for the rest of the season is unknown this time.
Other Bucs Backs will receive more opportunities, and one of them should be Jacquizz Rodgers, who rushed for 217 yards on 60 carries this year.
Although Rodgers should be watching more reps, he probably still shares the backfield tasks with Peyton Barber, who scored twice against the Falcons. Rodgers is also not a big threat in the pbading game, with only seven receptions this year.
Given those two facts, you are likely to find better options in the exemption cable.
Top Fantasy Sleeper: Seattle Seahawks RB J.D. McKissic (31 percent)
Week 13 Projection of statistics vs. Philadelphia Eagles: 7 carries, 35 yards rushing; 3 receptions, receiving 30 yards, 1 TD
The Seattle Seahawks rider J.D. McKissic is clearly the most explosive runner on the team's roster at the moment. At some point, the & # 39; Hawks & # 39; they must turn to him to give him more touches and give the offensive a much-needed juice on the ground (quarterback Russell Wilson leads the team in rushing yards).
The numbers are in the right direction, at least. In the last two weeks, McKissic has accumulated 20 touches and converted it into 97 yards of scrimmage. With more opportunities, you could be online for a break game.
Fancy Top Receiver: Cleveland Browns WR Josh Gordon (51 Percent)
Week 13 Projection of stats in the Los Angeles Chargers: 4 receptions, receiving 50 yards
After a three-year hiatus out of the game, Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon, return to the league. It will be interesting to see how he is doing in the last five weeks of the season. Anything that resembles his 2013 season (1,646 yards) is a lot to ask someone who has not played since 2014, but we may see some glimpses in the final straight.
The problem this week is that the Los Angeles Chargers' pbad defense has been turned off in recent weeks thanks to a suffocating avalanche of pbades and fantastic coverage. Do not expect too much from Gordon on Sunday, but he might have some solid games in the fantasy playoffs.
Top Fantasy Sleeper: Buffalo Bills WR Zay Jones (14%)
Week 13 Stat Projection Vs. New England Patriots: 5 receptions, 65 receiving yards
After seven difficult games to open their season, Buffalo Bills rookie catcher Zay Jones has improved in his last three weeks, catching 13 pbades (in 24 goals) for 154 yards and two touchdowns.
Jones is likely to stay busy on Sunday when his team faces the offensive of the New England Patriots. The Buffalo Bills are going to have to follow the Pats' attack in some way. If they fall behind, then Jones could be busy in a last-ditch effort to keep the Bills' hopes of victory alive.
Top Fantasy Pickup: Arizona Cardinals TE Ricky Seals-Jones (2%)
] Week 13 Stat Projection against Los Angeles Rams: 3 receptions, receiving 35 yards
An untrained free agent, tight end of Arizona Cardinals Ricky Seals-Jones has converted 12 whites in the last two weeks in seven receptions for 126 yards and three touchdowns in the last two weeks.
Of course, that kind of touchdown production is unsustainable to keep going, but do not be surprised if Seals-Jones remains a strong focal point in the pbading game in December. Larry Fitzgerald is the clear receiver of the team's No. 1 pbades, but the Cardinals have not had a solid second-place option this season. Seals-Jones could be that guy.
Top Fantasy Sleeper: Buffalo Bills TE Charles Clay (32%)
Week 13 Stat Projection Vs. Seattle Seahawks: 4 receptions, 45 receiving yards, 1 TD
Like Zay Jones up, tight end Buffalo Bills Charles Clay could keep busy if his team is late early against the New England Patriots.
The Bills are unlikely to leave the race since running back LeSean McCoy is the team's best offensive weapon, but quarterback Tyrod Taylor should look to Jones and Clay often in an effort to keep Buffalo in the game in case it is maintained.
Clay has had some good games with Taylor at the helm, notably a five-time, 112-yard day against the Atlanta Falcons. It is unlikely that Clay will overcome the century mark against the Pats, but he could still be in line for a productive afternoon.[ad_2]