2019 Fantasy Football: Week 13 PPR Rankings

Frank Ammirante | November 27th, 2019

It’s Thanksgiving Week! I’d like to wish all of my friends south of the border a Happy Thanksgiving! As a Canadian, I will forever be jealous of your national holiday stuffed with turkey and football.

This week features a potential Super Bowl match-up between the San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens. Both of these teams are rolling and it should be interesting to see what happens in this battle. Let’s rank ’em up!

1Patrick Mahomesvs. Raiders
2Lamar Jacksonvs. 49ers
3Russell Wilsonvs. Vikings
4Drew Breesat Falcons
5Aaron Rodgersat Giants
6Kyler Murrayvs. Rams
7Matt Ryanvs. Saints
8Deshaun Watsonvs. Patriots
9Dak Prescottvs. Bills
10Jameis Winstonat Jaguars
11Sam Darnoldat Bengals
12Josh Allenat Cowboys
13Tom Bradyat Texans
14Nick Folesvs. Buccaneers
15Kirk Cousinsat Seahawks
16Carson Wentzvs. Dolphins
17Derek Carrat Chiefs
18Baker Mayfieldat Steelers
19Daniel Jonesvs. Packers
20Philip Riversat Broncos
21Andy Daltonvs. Jets
22Kyle Allenvs. Redskins
23Mitchell Trubiskyat Lions
24Jeff Driskelvs. Bears

Mahomes returns to the QB1 rank in a smash-spot against the Raiders, a team that he torched for 443 yards and 4 touchdowns in Week 5. The dark horse for QB1 is Darnold, who is rolling right now, with a 7:1 TD:INT ratio over the last three games.

Running Backs
1Christian McCaffreyvs. Redskins
2Ezekiel Elliottvs. Bills
3Dalvin Cookat Seahawks
4Josh Jacobsat Chiefs
5Alvin Kamaraat Falcons
6Derrick Henryat Colts
7Aaron Jonesat Giants
8Nick Chubbat Steelers
9Le’Veon Bellat Bengals
10Saquon Barkleyvs. Packers
11Leonard Fournettevs. Buccaneers
12Mark Ingramvs. 49ers
13Chris Carsonvs. Vikings
14Melvin Gordonat Broncos
15Todd Gurleyat Cardinals
16Damien Williamsvs. Raiders
17Phillip Lindsayvs. Chargers
18Devin Singletaryat Cowboys
19Tevin Colemanat Ravens
20Kareem Huntat Steelers
21David Montgomeryvs. Lions
22Sony Michelat Texans
23Carlos Hydevs. Patriots
24Joe Mixonvs. Jets
25Jonathan Williamsvs. Titans
26Devonta Freemanvs. Saints
27Austin Ekelerat Broncos
28Tarik Cohenat Lions
29Ronald Jonesat Jaguars
30Kenyan Drakevs. Rams
31Latavius Murrayat Falcons
32Royce Freemanvs. Chargers
33Jamaal Williamsat Giants
34Benny Snellvs. Browns
35James Whiteat Texans
36Duke Johnsonvs. Patriots

McCaffrey has destroyed every team this season, so it’s tough to see the hapless Redskins as the team that shuts him down – he remains RB1. The dark horse for RB1 is Bell, who should have his best game season against a terrible Bengals’ run defense.

Wide Receivers
1Michael Thomasat Falcons
2Chris Godwinat Jaguars
3Mike Evansat Jaguars
4Tyreek Hillvs. Raiders
5Davante Adamsat Giants
6Julio Jonesvs. Saints
7Tyler Lockettvs. Vikings
8D.J. Moorevs. Redskins
9Stefon Diggsat Seahawks
10Allen Robinsonat Lions
11D.J. Charkvs. Buccaneers
12Cooper Kuppat Cardinals
13DeAndre Hopkinsvs. Patriots
14Amari Coopervs. Bills
15Julian Edelmanat Texans
16Kenny Golladayvs. Bears
17Odell Beckham Jr.at Steelers
18T.Y. Hiltonvs. Titans
19John Brownat Cowboys
20Adam Thielenat Seahawks
21Brandin Cooksat Cardinals
22Jarvis Landryat Steelers
23Courtland Suttonvs. Chargers
24Jamison Crowderat Bengals
25Marvin Jonesat Bears
26Robert Woodsat Cardinals
27Christian Kirkat Ravens
28Tyler Boydvs. Jets
29DeVante Parkervs. Eagles
30Dede Westbrookvs. Buccaneers
31Golden Tatevs. Packers
32Sammy Watkinsvs. Raiders
33Deebo Samuelat Ravens
34Michael Gallupvs. Bills
35Emmanuel Sandersat Ravens
36D.K. Metcalfvs. Vikings
37Curtis Samuelvs. Redskins
38A.J. Brownat Colts
39Terry McLaurinat Panthers
40Marquise Brownvs. 49ers
41Tyrell Williamsat Chiefs
42James Washingtonvs. Browns
43Will Fullervs. Patriots
44Robby Andersonat Bengals
45Mike Williamsat Broncos
46Mecole Hardmanvs. Raiders
47Anthony Millerat Lions
48Chris Conleyvs. Buccaneers

Another week, another 10 catches, 100+ yards and 1 touchdown for Thomas. He’s a locked-in WR1 overall. The dark horse for WR1 is Chark, who should have no issues tearing up the Buccaneers.

Tight Ends
1Travis Kelcevs. Raiders
2George Kittleat Ravens
3Zach Ertzat Dolphins
4Darren Wallerat Chiefs
5Hunter Henryat Broncos
6Jared Cookat Falcons
7Mark Andrewsvs. 49ers
8Noah Fantvs. Chargers
9Greg Olsenvs. Redskins
10Jimmy Grahamat Giants
11Mike Gesickivs. Eagles
12Gerald Everettat Cardinals
13Jack Doylevs. Titans
14Jacob Hollistervs. Vikings
15Ryan Griffinat Bengals
16Kyle Rudolphat Seahawks
17Vance McDonaldat Bengals
18Tyler Eifertvs. Jets
19Dawson Knoxat Cowboys
20Cameron Brateat Jaguars
21Darren Fellsat Patriots
22Ricky Seals-Jonesvs. Steelers
23Irv Smith Jr.at Seahawks
24Jonnu Smithvs. Packers

Kelce should have no issues tearing up the Raiders, so he takes over the TE1 position. Cook has a nice matchup against the Falcons – he’s played better lately, putting up double-digit fantasy points in his last five games.

1Philadelphia Eaglesat Dolphins
2Pittsburgh Steelersvs. Browns
3Baltimore Ravensvs. 49ers
4New England Patriotsat Texans
5Cleveland Brownsat Steelers
6Chicago Bearsat Lions
7Dallas Cowboysvs. Bills
8Carolina Panthersvs. Redskins
9Tennessee Titansat Colts
10Los Angeles Ramsat Cardinals
11Green Bay Packersat Giants
12Denver Broncosvs. Chargers

The Eagles defense is in a prime spot for sacks and turnovers against the Dolphins, so they take over D/ST1. The dark horse for D/ST1 is the Panthers, who should get to struggling rookie QB Dwayne Haskins and the Redskins conservative offense.

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