Week 13 PPR Rankings: WR


How many times have you heard fantasy analysts talk about "wide receivers with more value in PPR leagues"? It's said all the time, and it seems once a wideout gets that reputation, he can't shake it (and vice/versa for "big-play guys" with less value). Well, what happens if said player isn't actually producing according to their rep? We had to face that question when putting together our Week 13 fantasy WR PPR rankings, and along the way we spotted some more potential waiver wire sleepers who are basically doing what the "more-value-in-a-PPR-league" receivers are supposed to be doing.

First up is Jarvis Landry, who has only five catches on 10 targets for 52 yards in his past two games -- both highly favorable matchups. Next is Golden Tate, who's better than Landry (nine catches, 16 targets, 78 yards over the past two games) but still clearly disappointing. Next we have Larry Fitzgerald, who's scored in four of five games but only has two catches apiece (six total targets) in his past two contests. Further down, we have Cole Beasley (six catches, nine targets, 56 yards in his past two games) and Dede Westbrook (five catches, eight targets, 63 yards and a TD).

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Week 13 Standard Rankings:
Quarterback | Running Back | Wide Receiver | Tight End | D/ST | Kicker

With someone like Tate, the targets are there and we know he has all kinds of upside, so he remains at least a WR3 (plus we'll give him the benefit of the doubt for moving to a new offense). Landry is tougher to figure, but considering he started the season with double-digit targets in seven of the first eight games, we'll leave him on the WR3 bubble (sure would be nice to see some production, though). Fitzgerald has a great matchup and is producing -- and had 38 targets in the four games prior to the last two -- so it's tough to move him too far down. The other types are no better than Taylor Gabriel (14 catches, 17 targets, 101 yards the past two games), Bruce Ellington (12 catches, 16 targets, 80 yards the past two games) and Trey Quinn (nine catches, 10 targets, 75 yards, TD) the past two games), all of whom could easily give Tate or Landry a run for their money in favorable matchups this week.

The bottom line is you should always check the numbers before blindly putting your "better-in-PPR-league" receivers into your lineup. Targets are tough to predict, so you don't want to abandon proven veterans, but up-and-coming role players getting more opportunities because of injuries can be invaluable this time of year. Marcell Ateman (10 targets last week) and Jermaine Kearse (12) are also players to watch in games in which their teams could be throwing a lot against suspect pass defenses.

Note: Check back for updates throughout the week. For more analysis on each player, check out our standard WR rankings for Week 13

WEEK 13 PPR RANKINGS: Running back | Tight end

Week 13 PPR Rankings: WRs

These rankings are for full-point PPR leagues

1 Adam Thielen, Vikings @ Patriots
2 DeAndre Hopkins, Texans vs. Browns
3 Antonio Brown, Steelers vs. Chargers
4 Amari Cooper, Cowboys vs. Saints
5 Keenan Allen, Chargers @ Steelers
6 Davante Adams, Packers vs. Cardinals
7 Tyreek Hill, Chiefs @ Raiders
8 Odell Beckham Jr., Giants vs. Bears
9 Michael Thomas, Saints @ Cowboys
10 Julio Jones, Falcons vs. Ravens
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11 Robert Woods, Rams @ Lions
12 Mike Evans, Buccaneers vs. Panthers
13 Kenny Golladay, Lions vs. Rams
14 Stefon Diggs, Vikings @ Patriots
15 JuJu Smith-Schuster, Steelers vs. Chargers
16 Brandin Cooks, Rams @ Lions
17 Emmanuel Sanders, Broncos @ Bengals
18 T.Y. Hilton, Colts @ Jaguars
19 Julian Edelman, Patriots vs. Vikings
20 A.J. Green, Bengals vs. Broncos
21 Alshon Jeffery, Eagles vs. Redskins
22 Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals @ Packers
23 D.J. Moore, Panthers @ Buccaneers
24 Corey Davis, Titans vs. Jets
25 Sammy Watkins, Chiefs @ Raiders
26 Tyler Lockett, Seahawks vs. 49ers
27 Josh Gordon, Patriots vs. Vikings
28 Josh Doctson, Redskins vs. Eagles
29 Allen Robinson, Bears @ Giants
30 Courtland Sutton, Broncos @ Bengals
31 Golden Tate, Eagles vs. Redskins
32 Tyler Boyd, Bengals vs. Broncos
33 Doug Baldwin, Seahawks vs. 49ers
34 Taylor Gabriel, Bears @ Giants
35 Jarvis Landry, Browns @ Texans
36 Josh Reynolds, Rams @ Lions
37 Adam Humphries, Buccaneers vs. Panthers
38 Calvin Ridley, Falcons vs. Ravens
39 Jermaine Kearse, Jets @ Titans
40 Bruce Ellington, Lions vs. Rams
41 Willie Snead, Ravens @ Falcons
42 Tre'Quan Smith, Saints @ Cowboys
43 Michael Crabtree, Ravens @ Falcons
44 Keke Coutee, Texans @ Browns
45 Danny Amendola, Dolphins vs. Bills
46 David Moore, Seahawks vs. 49ers
47 John Brown, Ravens @ Falcons
48 Demaryius Thomas, Texans vs. Browns
49 Trey Quinn, Redskins @ Eagles
50 Cole Beasley, Cowboys vs. Saints
51 Sterling Shepard, Giants vs. Bears
52 Donte Moncrief, Jaguars vs. Colts
53 Curtis Samuel, Panthers @ Buccaneers
54 Marquise Goodwin, 49ers @ Seahawks
55 Marcell Ateman, Raiders vs. Chiefs
56 Chris Godwin, Buccaneers vs. Panthers
57 Tyrell Williams, Chargers @ Steelers
58 Mike Williams, Chargers @ Steelers
59 Antonio Callaway, Browns @ Texans
60 Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Packers vs. Cardinals
61 Kendrick Bourne, 49ers @ Seahawks
62 DeSean Jackson, Buccaneers vs. Panthers
63 Christian Kirk, Cardinals @ Packers
64 Anthony Miller, Bears @ Giants
65 Dontrelle Inman, Colts @ Jaguars
66 Mohamed Sanu, Falcons vs. Ravens
67 DeVante Parker, Dolphins vs. Bills
68 Seth Roberts, Raiders vs. Chiefs
69 John Ross, Bengals vs. Broncos
70 Robby Anderson, Jets @ Titans
71 Maurice Harris, Redskins @ Eagles
72 Randall Cobb, Packers vs. Cardinals
73 Nelson Agholor, Eagles vs. Redskins
74 Dede Westbrook, Jaguars vs. Colts
75 Jordan Matthews, Eagles vs. Redskins
76 Jordy Nelson, Raiders vs. Chiefs
77 Rashard Higgins, Browns @ Texans
78 Michael Gallup, Cowboys vs. Saints
79 Zay Jones, Bills @ Dolphins
80 Keelan Cole, Jaguars vs. Colts
81 Brandon Marshall, Saints @ Cowboys
82 Kelvin Benjamin, Bills @ Dolphins
83 Allen Hurns, Cowboys vs. Saints