Week 13 Fantasy Football Blog

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It’s Week 13 and we have a jam-packed lineup of games to kick off Sunday. Can’t watch the games? We have you covered with all of the action from the 1:00 and 4:00 pm ET slate of games. Check back here all afternoon for the big plays, scores, turnovers, and injury updates.

INACTIVES

Dalvin Cook

Phillip Lindsay

D’Andre Swift

Daniel Jones

Kadarius Toney

Sterling Shepard

Wayne Gallman

David Johnson

Justin Fields

Allen Robinson

Marquise Goodwin

Marlon Mack

Jalen Hurts

Jordan Howard

Melvin Gordon

J.D. McKissic

Alex Collins

4:00 pm ET Final Scores

Washington 17 - Raiders 15

Jaguars 7 - Rams 37

Ravens 19 - Steelers 20

49ers 23 - Seahawks 30

(7:34) The 49ers on the four-yard line facing third down and goal. Garoppolo’s pass to Trent Sherfield was incomplete. They are down 23-30 to the Seahawks with less than 30 seconds to play. Remember, this was taken all the way from their own two-yard line at the beginning of the drive. The Seahawks are able to tip Garoppolo’s pass and the Seattle hung on to win.

(7:32) OH NO! Mark Andrews couldn’t haul in the football with an open field in front of him for two points and the win. The Steelers held on to win on after a gutsy call didn’t pan out for the Ravens.

(7:28) The Ravens just took a timeout after the Ravens were able to drive all the way down to the 23-yard line thanks to Devin Duvernay and Marquise Brown. After the timeout, Sammy Watkins made a great play but they are inbounds at the 11-yard line with the clock still running. The pass to Mark Andrews was incomplete and there are only 20 seconds left. It’s Watkins with a touchdown and the Ravens are going for two! Mike Tomlin called a timeout. (Wow!)

Kittle just broke a tackle for a first-down but there is a flag on the play. An illegal block in the back brought the play back.

(7:25) Oh no! The Steelers' ensuing kickoff was out of bounds! The Ravens will start their drive from the 40-yard line down only 13-20.

(7:16) The Seahawks are getting ready to score and put the game away against the 49ers. Everett turned the ball over and San Francisco took over on their own two-yard line. Once again, the Seahawks came away with no points in the red zone.

The Steelers have just under two minutes to play on the Baltimore ten-yard line and looking at third and goal. Johnson hauled in his second touchdown and the two-point conversion was successful to Pat Freiermuth. They take the lead against the Ravens with about a minute and a half left to play.

(7:13) Roethlisberger’s pass popped out of Johnson’s hands and the Ravens intercepted it. However, a defensive pass interference penalty negated the interception and the Steelers have a fresh set of downs.

(7:03) Derek Carr’s first Hail Mary attempt was incomplete and they did NOT draw a pass interference flag. The Raiders only have ten seconds, which is ridiculous. Carr called a timeout immediately after a complete pass to Hunter Renfrow with 13 seconds on the clock, not ten, and they are out of timeouts. Jacobs goes out of bounds with two seconds left. It’s another Hail Mary time now… 60 yards to make the end zone. The pass was incomplete and the Washington Football Team will take the win.

(6:56) The WFT is down by only one point with less than a minute to play and three timeouts. Heinicke was nearly picked off, but it fell incomplete. They are on the LV 40-yard line and looking to get into field goal range at least. Gibson got the team a six-yard gain to get them into field goal range as they look at third down and four yards to go. Curtis Samuel rushed for three yards, just shy of the first down and the WFT is looking at fourth-down and inches. They elect for a 48-yard field goal attempt and the kick is… GOOD! It just made it through the right upright. The Raiders will have 37 seconds to answer.

The Steelers are also driving down the field after Justin Tucker kicked a 28-yard field goal for an additional three points in favor of the Ravens. The Steelers settle for a field goal to bring the game within one point, and Boswell‘s kick is good.

UPDATE: Stafford is out for the rest of the game since they are blowing out the Jaguars.

(6:45) The Steelers scored on a 29-yard touchdown play to Diontae Johnson, but Boswell missed the extra point. The Ravens retain the lead 10-9.

(6:43) The Seahawks just took the lead over the 49ers after the interception on a beautiful pass and catch from Wilson to Tyler Lockett.

(6:40) Another turnover by Garoppolo! He basically threw it directly to the Seahawks’ defender. Ouch. They were gaining momentum on their drive, but that shut it all down. Seattle has possession on the 49ers’ 32-yard line.

Here we go, Steelers! Ben Roethlisberger found Chase Claypool for a big play against the Ravens. Pittsburgh looks like the defibrillator might actually be turned on to give them some sign of life in this game.

Heinicke just threw an interception to the Raiders after losing Logan Thomas.

INJURY UPDATE: TE Logan Thomas is down on the field and looks to be in significant pain. He missed several weeks with a hamstring injury and this could be a serious loss to the WFT.

(6:28) SAFETY ALERT! Garoppolo was sacked in the end zone and the Seahawks added two points to tie the game 23-23.

Josh Jacobs scored the first touchdown for the Raiders after a pass interference call put them on the one-yard line. The two-point conversion failed and the WFT leads 14-12.

The Rams just converted on their fifth third-down of the half with a bruising run by Michel. Stafford needed to be helped up and was limping. No matter, Stafford hit Odell Beckham Jr. (who made a great catch) for a Rams’ touchdown. They are piling onto their the lead 37-7 over the Jaguars.

(6:23) This is crazy. The 49ers fumbled the kickoff and the Seahawks recovered on the 35-yard line. Wilson was getting ready to hit Gerald Everett for a touchdown, but his pass was tipped and intercepted so the 49ers took back over and Seattle was unable to put any points on the board.

(6:18) I’m not ignoring the games, my friends. We’re in a holding pattern across all of the games.

Ok, we finally have a team ready to score with the WFT looking at third and goal. Antonio Gibson caught a four-yard touchdown and the WFT extend their lead 14-6 over the Raiders.

Meanwhile, Justin Tucker put three on the board for the Ravens and the Rams forced a turnover on the Jaguars to take over possession.

It’s amazing, but all of those things happened at the same time after nearly ten minutes of timeouts, penalties, and incompletions.

(6:07) Kupp is having himself a day after getting shut out in the first five offensive drives. Since then, he has logged seven receptions for 121 yards and a touchdown. Higbee got the Rams to a first down and goal on a 22-yard pass from Stafford. Van Jefferson caught the short touchdown pass and the Rams extended their lead 30-7 over the Jaguars.

(6:01) Foster Moreau finally showed up with a reception for 34 yards. The Raiders have yet to score a touchdown and trail the WFT 7-3. They had to settle for another field goal from 38-yards out.

The Seahawks are back in striking distance of the 49ers with a touchdown pass from Wilson to Dee Eskridge for his first career touchdown. They trail 21-23.

(5:55) Kittle just walked the tightrope down the sideline for a 48-yard touchdown!

(5:46) The Rams opened up the third quarter with a 43-yard pass to WR Cooper Kupp to get them to the Jacksonville 35-yard line. Stafford wasted no time to hit Kupp again for a 23-yard touchdown play. The Rams extended their lead 23-7 over the Jaguars.

(5:41) Adrian Peterson just scored for the Seahawks after being activated from the practice squad this week. Seattle is keeping this game close, trailing only by three points, 17-13 to the 49ers.

(5:38) It’s not super exciting, but Chris Boswell just kicked a field goal to put the Steelers on the board. They trail the Ravens 7-3 with less than 30 seconds left to go in the half.

(5:31) After some trickery, (Wilson to D.K. Metcalf back to Wilson) Lockett is down on the field in the end zone. He just missed Wilson’s long pass for a touchdown.

(5:25) Stafford is back in the game after taking a breather from getting leveled by the Jaguars defense. He drove them down the field but had to kick a field goal to take the lead 16-7.

The Raiders settled for getting points on the board from K Daniel Carlson. He got three points against the Washington Football Team who lead 7-3.

INJURY UPDATE: Matthew Stafford took a big hit and John Wolford is in at quarterback for the Rams.

(5:21) Mitchell keeps making magic and breaking tackles for the 49ers. He got the 49ers to the 29-yard line. They were unable to convert and settled for a field goal by Robbie Gould. San Francisco leads 17-7 over the Seahawks.

(5:09) Jackson is relying on TE Mark Andrews for big plays. He already has four receptions for 50 yards but it was Devonta Freeman who got the touchdown to open up the scoring for the Ravens against the Steelers.

(5:08) The 49ers took the lead 14-7 on the ensuing drive with a touchdown from Eli Mitchell.

(4:54) Uh oh, Jimmy Garoppolo was just picked off by the Bobby Wagner on the SF 28-yard line.

Oh, geez. Russell Wilson was sacked and the ball came out, but the Seahawks were able to recover. This game is nuts. Then, Jason Myers just missed a Seattle field goal.

INJURY UPDATE: Kenyan Drake is down after a vicious hit from the WFT. A WFT defender is also down.

(4:49) The Jaguars responded to the Michel touchdown with a 13-play drive that chewed up over six minutes off the clock. Hyde rushed in a one-yard touchdown to bring the score to 7-10 in favor of the Rams.

(4:42) 49ers tied it up with Seahawks thanks to a 24-yard touchdown to TE George Kittle.

(4:39) James Robinson was active for this game despite multiple injuries. Early in the first quarter, he fumbled after only two carries and he has not been on the field since. Carlos Hyde and Laviska Shenault are being used in the running game for the Jaguars.

(4:33) The Ravens were facing second-down and 24 to go. Latavius Murray made a great play for 18 yards to get them into scoring position. Interception! Lamar Jackson just threw an interception in the end zone.

The Seahawks scored first in their matchup with a huge run by RB Travis Homer for 73 yards and score. It was on a fake punt, of all things! Direct snap to Homer for the long run and touchdown.

INJURY UPDATE: Trenton Cannon is being put into an ambulance on a gurney while on the field in the 49ers-Seahawks game. Thoughts and prayers to him. Difficult to watch.

(4:19) The Rams are in scoring position after Matt Gay kicked a field goal on the first drive. With a banged-up Darrell Henderson, it’s Sony Michel who got the score on a five-yard run. The Rams lead the Jaguars 10-0.

(4:13) Touchdown WFT - what a catch by TE Logan Thomas. He was wide open with nobody anywhere near him. Even so, he had to elevate and use his six-foot six-inch frame to haul in Taylor Heinicke’s pass.

(4:06) Brandon Powell just gave the Rams amazing field position with a 65-yard return.

1:00 pm ET Final Scores

Buccaneers 30 - Falcons 17

Cardinals 33 - Bears 22

Chargers 41 - Bengals 22

Vikings 27 - Lions 29

Giants 9 - Dolphins 20

Eagles 33 - Jets 18

Colts 31 - Texans 0

(4:05) The Lions are marching down the field, down 23-27. They keep shooting themselves in the foot with passes in-bounds and then getting penalized for delay of game. With twelve seconds left to go, they are in the red zone and must score a touchdown to win.

OH MY GOODNESS!!!!!!! TOUCHDOWN LIONS!!!!! To Amon-Ra St. Brown - THE LIONS WIN! THE LIONS WIN!!!!!!!

(4:00) With under two minutes left to go, the Vikings take the lead with a touchdown from Cousins to Justin Jefferson. It’s really hard to watch the Lions continue to find ways to lose. They also have no timeouts.

(3:57) Jason Sanders added three points to the Dolphins' lead over the Giants (20-9).

Of course, it’s Deon Jackson who scored the Colts’ final touchdown on a three-yard rush. They take the win 31-0 over the Texans.

(3:54) Ryan Succop and the Buccaneers just put the nail in the Falcons’ coffin with a 31-yard field goal. They will take the win 30-17.

Burrow was just picked off in the end zone. There are still eight minutes to play in the game and the Chargers lead 38-22.

(3:51) Oh my goodness. For their potential first win… Goff held on too long and the Vikings came up with strip-sack deep in Detroit territory.

Meanwhile, Jakeem Grant just scored a touchdown for the Bears, which helps absolutely no one for fantasy considering the pass came from Dalton.

(3:45) Ekeler redeemed himself with a rushing touchdown for the Chargers. Los Angeles has regained the upper hand with a 38-22 lead over the Bengals.

(3:41) Matt Prater kicked a successful field goal for the Cardinals after the Bears held strong on defense. However, Dalton just threw an interception and the Cardinals regained possession on the Bears’ 38-yard line. Murray rushed in the touchdown to put the dagger in Chicago.

(3:27) James Conner was just short of scoring another touchdown, but that looked awfully close to a touchdown. The Bears held strong against the Cardinals on the one-yard line to bring up fourth down.

The Vikings cut the Lions' lead down to two points with a touchdown to K.J. Osborn. Alexander Mattison rushed in the successful two-point conversion to bring their score up to 21-23.

Joe Mixon fumbled and the Chargers scooped it up for a 61-yard touchdown. The extra point gave them a 31-22 lead over the Bengals.

(3:24) The Dolphins just added their second touchdown from Tagovailoa to Isaiah Ford on a short, two-yard pass. They lead the Giants 17-6.

(3:16) Michael Pittman just made a great play to get the Colts to the six-yard line. They couldn’t convert for a touchdown so they settled for a field goal. They lead 24-0 over the Texans.

Ouch. Matt Ryan was sacked a fifth time. That makes a combined loss of 38 yards so far this game.

(3:09) Alexander Mattison officially scored the first touchdown for the Vikings on a great second effort. The two-point conversion was unsuccessful.

Joe Mixon, who came back in the game after an injury scare, just scored a seven-yard touchdown. They went for two and the Chargers' defense stepped up to deny the Bengals a tie.

Gronkowski just hauled in his second touchdown for the Buccaneers on an 11-yard pass from Brady.

(3:07) Oh no! Ekeler is having a rough game. He fumbled (again) on the 31-yard line and Bengals recovered and returned it to the 22-yard line.

Montgomery’s touchdown was taken off the board, but TE Jimmy Graham finished the job for the Bears.

(3:04) After scoring early in the second quarter, Montgomery scored his second touchdown of the day on a two-yard run. They trail 24-14 to the Cardinals.

UPDATE: The Texans have benched QB Tyrod Taylor. Davis Mills is in at quarterback.

(3:00) The Bengals are right back in this game, bum pinky and all, with a field goal from Evan McPherson. They trail Chargers 24-16.

David Montgomery just had an impressive run in the red zone to get the Bears (after an interesting trick play) to 1st down and goal.

(2:58) The Vikings finally scored a touchdown (Tyler Conklin)… or is it? The play is under review and it looks like his foot was out-of-bounds.

INJURY UPDATE: Joe Mixon is down on the field. Burrow’s finger looks really bad, so we’ll keep an eye on his status as well.

(2:51) The Eagles added another three courtesy of Jake Elliott. That extended their lead 27-18 after taking up more than half of the third quarter.

(2:47) Jonathan Taylor just scored for the Colts. Here is my surprised face. The Colts have a commanding 21-0 lead over the Texans.

(2:41) The Buccaneers just recovered a turnover after punching the ball out of Keith Smith’s hands after a 36-yard pass from Matt Ryan.

The Giants settled for a field goal but they only trail 6-10 against the Dolphins.

(2:30) Herbert was just intercepted, but Burrow is coming back on the field.

(2:25) The Vikings are imploding… either that or the Lions defense is playing lights out. The Vikings are going for it on fourth down and ten to go. Cousins nearly fumbled, but it was ruled an incomplete pass. There was laundry on the field, however, and Cousins was penalized for intentional grounding. Detroit will take over on the 45-yard line with a 17-6 lead and 30 seconds to go. Goff completed two big passes to Amon-Ra St. Brown and then Kalif Raymond to get them into field goal range. They still have 15 seconds and two opportunities to get into the end zone. They had to kick a field goal, but it’s the first time scoring 20 points in a game since Week 1. I call that a win.

INJURY UPDATE: Joe Burrow is in pain trying to throw the football on the sidelines. It looks like he has an injury to his throwing hand.

(2:18) Minshew just threw his first incomplete pass. It’s almost halftime, by the way.

After the Ekeler turnover, Burrow rushed in a touchdown to put a score on the board for Cincinnati. The extra point was … good? That was weird-looking, but I guess it did really go in.

Oh my! Tom Brady just threw a pick-six inside their own ten-yard line. Ouch! The Falcons now trail only 17-20.

(2:15) Possible fumble by Austin Ekeler but the play is under review. It was called a fumble and Bengals recovery on the field before review. The called stood on the field.

Of course, Ashton Dulin strikes again! Carson Wentz and Dulin tacked on another touchdown against the Texans. The play is under review to make sure he secured the football.

(2:08) Finally healthy, DeVante Parker got the Dolphins into the red zone with under two minutes to play in the half before calling a timeout. Tua Tagovailoa hit Mack Hollins on a five-yard pass for a Miami touchdown. They lead 10-3 over the Giants.

(2:03) Tampa Bay is pulling away from Atlanta with a score from Brady to Gronkowski for 29-yards. They lead 20-10 over the Falcons.

Meanwhile, the Bengals are trying to get back into the game and finally score a touchdown. Burrow hit Tee Higgins on a 29-yard score. Tyler Boyd is in the locker room getting an IV and Ja’Marr Chase has been bottled up. The Bengals went for two instead of the extra point. However, after coming out of the timeout, the Bengals were called for delay of game and elected to kick the extra point instead of going for two. Unfortunately, the extra point was no good and the Chargers lead 24-6.

(2:01) The rotation of Eagles running backs continues… not Miles Sanders or Boston Scott, but Kenneth Gainwell just broke through the pack for a Philadelphia touchdown. They lead 21-18 against the Jets.

(1:58) The Lions are leading the charge against the Vikings (who have yet to score a touchdown) with a touchdown pass from Goff to Brock Wright for 23-yards. Of course, we all started Goff and Brock Wright in fantasy. (Insert eye roll here).

(1:55) James Conner just scored for the Cardinals on a 23-yard run and broken tackle. Also, Herbert threw his third touchdown on a 44-yard pass to WR Jalen Guyton and the two-point conversion was a Philly-special from Allen to Herbert.

(1:53) How that was not a pass interference call on the Buccaneers is beyond me, but the Falcons are forced to kick a field goal on fourth down. They trail only 13-10 to Tampa Bay.

Lions just forced a turnover from a big sack on Kirk Cousins. Detroit took over on the 44-yard line.

(1:47) Robert Saleh went for it on fourth-down and TE Ryan Griffin gets the touchdown for the Jets. This is a surprisingly great game despite two missed extra points for New York and a backup QB for the Eagles. The Jets go for two due to their kicker woes, but the attempt to Crowder was incomplete. The Jets lead 18-14.

(1:45) The Lions just scored on a short pass from Jared Goff and to TE T.J. Hockenson. They took the lead away from the Vikings to make it 7-6.

(1:38) The Vikings settled for their second field goal. They have a 6-0 lead over the Lions.

Meanwhile, Goedert just scored his second touchdown of the day on a 25-yard pass from Minshew.

INJURY UPDATE: Adam Thielen is questionable to return with an ankle injury.

(1:31) Austin Ekeler nearly fumbled but was called down by contact on the Bengals’ eight-yard line. Herbert hit Allen for his second touchdown of the day after a Joe Burrow turnover.

(1:25) After an incompletion to Rob Gronkowski in the end zone, Brady found his other tight end, Cameron Brate, for a 3-yard touchdown reception. They lead the Falcons 13-7. The extra point was no good.

Jets WR Jamison Crowder nearly scored but was called down at the one-yard line. Zach Wilson took it himself for a one-yard touchdown run.

Kyler Murray also ran one in for nine yards. They are ahead of the Bears 14-0.

(1:21) Vikings scored first in their matchup against the Lions with a field goal by Greg Joseph.

Budda Baker just picked off Andy Dalton and returned it for 78-yards.

Mike Glennon was just picked off by the Dolphins.

(1:17) No surprise, but Colts RB Jonathan Taylor scored on a one-yard rush and RB Mike Davis (annoying) just rushed in a 17-yard touchdown for the Falcons.

Dustin Hopkins just kicked a field goal to give the Chargers a 9-0 lead over the Bengals. The extra point was no good on the Allen touchdown earlier.

(1:14) It’s Minshew mania! With an injured Jalen Hurts, Gardner Minshew threw his first touchdown pass as an Eagle 36 yards to TE Dallas Goedert.

(1:09) Leonard Fournette, who had a monster game last week, scored a touchdown for the Buccaneers against the Falcons on a three-yard pass from Tom Brady.

Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins were both active today for the time in several weeks. They connected for a touchdown on a 21-yard pass to put seven points on the board against the Bears. The score came after the Dalton interception.

(1:06) The Jets kicked off our scoring with a touchdown pass from Zach Wilson to Elijah Moore on the back of an 80-yard return by Braxton Berrios.

Then we had a turnover from Andy Dalton who threw an INT to the Cardinals.

Justin Herbert was next in line for a touchdown with a laser to WR Keenan Allen against the Bengals.