Liz Loza offers up a few players who could create some fantasy damage in week 13.
- Thank you, Andy. Yes, let's get to some sleepers who could do damage for fantasy managers in week 13. And let me start by saying that sometimes it is OK to chase touchdowns. Just let it go. Like, for example, when you're in sixth place and making a final push for the playoffs, that's when those high upside plays, as nerve-wracking as they may be, become essential. Case in point, DeAndre Carter. Love that we already got a question about him.
The Washington receiver has been sneaky-good recently, recording three touchdowns and averaging nearly 2 and 1/2 fantasy points per target over his last four games. He's going to be involved. JD McKissic sidelined, Curtis Samuel still working his way back to health. And looks versus the Raiders are very good looks to have. The secondary in Vegas has allowed a league-high 13.2 yards per reception and 36 touchdowns on the season.
Speaking of the Raiders, the team's offense will be without its biggest playmaker this afternoon. Darren Waller is out, which means Foster Moreau is up. The LSU product subbed in for Waller back in week 7. And in that game, Moreau recorded a snap share of nearly 90%, ran 22 routes, and converted six of his looks for-- all six of his looks, rather-- for 60 yards and a score. He's my tight-end 12 this Sunday versus a football team that gave up 7 of 11 to the Seahawks' tight ends and a top-five finish to Gerald Everett in week 12. Now let's turn our attention back to you and see what's cooking in the chat. Matt?