Week 13 Street FA Report

Updated: November 29th 2022

Each week we will recommend a group of players that are owned in less than 75% of RSO leagues that should be rostered. Depending on roster and league sizes not all of these players may be available. For that, we will offer one (1) player that is owned in <25% of leagues as our Sleeper add.

Add of the Week

Zay Jones, WR, JAX (Owned 61%)

Week 12: 11 Rec/145 yards

Zay Jones has had at least five (5) receptions in each of the last three (3) games but his ownership is still not at the levels it should be in a deep roster format like RSO. Trevor Lawerence is slowly building towards the prospect he was projected to be and with a rising tide comes high seas for his pass catchers. Jones should be rostered near the 90th percentile and likely could be a regular flex starter for the remaining month of fantasy. If he is still available in your league, roster him.

Suggested Bid: $8,500,000

RB Adds

Tevin Coleman/Jordan Mason, RB, SF (Owned 9%/10%)

Week 12: N/A , 5 Car/25 yards

Death, taxes, and the San Francisco 49ers having running back injury concerns. Both Christian McCaffery and Elijah Mitchell missed snaps last week dealing with injuries with Mitchell’s season likely over with a diagnosis of 6-8 weeks for his recovery. Tevin Coleman had a big game in week 5 before being pushed to the inactives with the acquisition of Christian McCaffrey. Jordan Mason, because of his ability to play special teams, has been active the last few weeks and could also be in line for some touches moving forward. In games where McCaffrey is active I would want to have Mason over Coleman for this reason but if McCaffrey was to be inactive for any game expect Coleman to be the primary option with Mason as the complement.

Suggested Bid: $1,000,000

WR Add

Richie James, WR, NYG (Owned 12%)

Week 12: 5 Rec/41 yards, 1 TD

It is never a safe bet that a Giants’ wide receiver will be productive in a given week but Richie James saw his highest target count since Week 2 (6) and had an increase in snaps with Wan’Dale Robinson out. He also scored a touchdown at the end of the fourth quarter to push his scoring streak to two (2) consecutive games. The Giants have four (4) of their next five (5) games against Washington, Minnesota, and Indianapolis and are expected to be competitive throughout, providing ample opportunities for Daniel Jones to find the endzone once again.

Suggested Bid: $500,000

TE Add

Daniel Bellinger, TE, NYG (Owned 39%)

Week 12: N/A

Speaking of Daniel Jones pass catchers, Daniel Bellinger is expected to return in week 13 after missing four (4) games with a terrible eye injury. Before his injury though, Bellinger was having a great breakout as a low-end TE1 averaging four (4) receptions over his previous four (4) complete games. He also played on 94 percent of the snaps in Week 6, his last full game, and so he should be expected to pick up where he left off. If you are missing a tight end down the stretch Bellinger should be one of the better options currently available.

Suggested Bid: $2,000,000

Sleeper Add (<25%)

Byron Pringle, WR, CHI (Owned 10%)

Week 12: 2 Rec/12 yards, 1 TD

There were a lot of expectations for Darnell Mooney going into this season but with his season prematurely ending last week it now opens a large void of targets for the Bears’ passing game. One player who was acquired this offseason but was forgotten by most due to injury was Byron Pringle. Pringle could be the player who benefits most from Mooney’s injury and a late season breakout candidate. A lot will depend on when Justin Fields can return as neither Trevor Siemian nor Nathan Peterman inspire much confidence to start multiple Bears’ wide receivers so as we learn more about Fields’ availability consider Pringle as a roster stash for the playoffs.

Suggested Bid: $500,000

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