Week 13 Quarterback Sit and Start Report

The Titans are primed to shut down Luck again during Week 13

Look for the Titans to shut down Andrew Luck once again during Week 13

Week 13 is here and that means that no teams are on their bye week. With every team having a game, there are plenty of quarterback matchups out there that can help your fantasy team earn a win this week.


Carson Palmer- Arizona Cardinals Carson Palmer has been one of the hottest quarterbacks during the past three weeks. He’s thrown for 974 yards, 6 touchdowns and just one interception. The Cardinals will travel to Philadelphia on Sunday to take on the league’s worst pass defense. The Eagles are currently allowing an average of 300.1 yards per game through the air. Fantasy owners should start the hot Carson Palmer against Philly.

Eli Manning- While Eli Manning’s name has not been thrown around as one of the better fantasy quarterbacks this year, the Giants have begun to turn around their season. Manning faces a favorable matchup against the Washington Redskins porous pass defense, a unit allowing 270.6 yards per game to opposing quarterbacks. Fantasy owners should look to take advantage of this matchup in Week 13.


Andrew Luck- Indianapolis Colts second year quarterback Andrew Luck has struggled to keep the ball out of the opposing defenses’ hands lately. In his past three games he has thrown for two touchdowns and four interceptions. Luck will take on the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, a team whose pass defense currently ranks 8th in the NFL, allowing just 217.4 yards per game through the air. Sit the cold Andrew Luck in Week 13.

Russell Wilson- While the Seattle Seahawks are arguably the best team in the league, Russell Wilson’s matchup against the New Orleans Saints is less than favorable. Both teams possess two of the league’s top three pass defenses, both allowing fewer than 200 passing yards per game on average. Wilson is a high-risk fantasy quarterback on Monday night.


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