Fantasy Football Matchup Analyzer: Week 13 WRs

 
 
 
 
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Fantasy Football Matchup Analyzer: Week 13

This tool is not meant to be a replacement for our weekly player rankings, although matchups are taken into consideration for those as well. You shouldn't bench a stud player who has a difficult matchup or automatically start a fantasy backup who has an easy matchup. It's meant to be a helpful tool when deciding between two closely ranked players. The matchups are graded on how many fantasy points the opposing team surrendered to this position on average.

Week:

Easiest Matchups

  1. Dallas at Washington (allows 28.5 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Dez Bryant (Pro), WR2 Cole Beasley, WR3 Terrance Williams, WR4 Devin Street (Pro), WR5 Lucky Whitehead
  2. Indianapolis at Pittsburgh (allows 27.2 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 T.Y. Hilton, WR2 Andre Johnson, WR3 Phillip Dorsett (Pro), WR4 Donte Moncrief, WR5 Duron Carter
  3. Tennessee vs. Jacksonville (allows 26.8 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Kendall Wright, WR2 Harry Douglas, WR3 Dorial Green-Beckham (Pro), WR4 Hakeem Nicks (Pro), WR5 Justin Hunter
  4. Cincinnati at Cleveland (allows 26.6 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 A.J. Green, WR2 Marvin Jones, WR3 Mohamed Sanu, WR4 Brandon Tate, WR5 Denarius Moore
  5. San Diego vs. Denver (allows 25.8 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Keenan Allen, WR2 Stevie Johnson, WR3 Malcom Floyd, WR4 Dontrelle Inman (Que), WR5 Jacoby Jones
  6. Detroit vs. Green Bay (allows 25.1 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Calvin Johnson, WR2 Golden Tate, WR3 Lance Moore, WR4 T.J. Jones, WR5 Corey Fuller
  7. Arizona at St. Louis (allows 25.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Larry Fitzgerald, WR2 John Brown, WR3 Michael Floyd (Que), WR4 Jaron Brown, WR5 J.J. Nelson
  8. Pittsburgh vs. Indianapolis (allows 25.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Antonio Brown, WR2 Martavis Bryant (Sus), WR3 Markus Wheaton, WR4 Sammie Coates, WR5 Darrius Heyward-Bey
  9. New Orleans vs. Carolina (allows 24.9 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Brandin Cooks, WR2 Marques Colston, WR3 Brandon Coleman, WR4 Nick Toon (Que), WR5 Josh Morgan
  10. New York Jets at New York Giants (allows 24.7 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Brandon Marshall, WR2 Eric Decker, WR3 Jeremy Kerley (Que), WR4 Devin Smith (Que), WR7 Chris Owusu (Pro)

Toughest Matchups

  1. San Francisco at Chicago (allows 14.1 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Anquan Boldin, WR2 Torrey Smith (Pro), WR3 Quinton Patton, WR4 DeAndre Smelter (Out), WR5 Jerome Simpson (Sus)
  2. Kansas City at Oakland (allows 19.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Jeremy Maclin, WR2 Chris Conley, WR3 De'Anthony Thomas (Pro), WR4 Albert Wilson (Pro), WR5 Jason Avant
  3. Tampa Bay vs. Atlanta (allows 19.3 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Mike Evans (Que), WR2 Vincent Jackson, WR3 Louis Murphy, WR4 Kenny Bell (Que), WR5 Robert Herron
  4. Philadelphia at New England (allows 19.4 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Jordan Matthews, WR2 Nelson Agholor, WR3 Riley Cooper (Pro), WR4 Miles Austin, WR5 Josh Huff
  5. Green Bay at Detroit (allows 19.5 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Randall Cobb (Que), WR2 Davante Adams, WR3 Ty Montgomery, WR4 Jeff Janis, WR5 Jared Abbrederis (Que)
  6. St. Louis vs. Arizona (allows 19.8 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Brian Quick (Pro), WR2 Tavon Austin, WR3 Kenny Britt, WR4 Stedman Bailey, WR5 Chris Givens
  7. Washington vs. Dallas (allows 20.4 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 DeSean Jackson (Pro), WR2 Pierre Garcon, WR3 Andre Roberts, WR4 Ryan Grant, WR5 Jamison Crowder
  8. Chicago vs. San Francisco (allows 20.6 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Alshon Jeffery (Que), WR2 Eddie Royal (Pro), WR3 Kevin White (Out), WR4 Marquess Wilson (Que), WR5 Josh Bellamy
  9. Denver at San Diego (allows 20.8 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Demaryius Thomas, WR2 Emmanuel Sanders (Pro), WR3 Cody Latimer, WR4 Andre Caldwell, WR5 Isaiah Burse
  10. Cleveland vs. Cincinnati (allows 21.2 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Dwayne Bowe (Pro), WR2 Brian Hartline, WR3 Andrew Hawkins, WR4 Taylor Gabriel, WR5 Travis Benjamin