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Fantasy Duds: NFL players that did not show up to play in Fantasy for Week 13

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Carson Wentz is declining in the NFL. Is his time coming to an end? He has lost all his confidence and I think it is a relationship between the coach and the QB.

We thought after week 13 of the National Football League it would be important to breakdown the top players at each position who forgot to show up in Fantasy Football. There were some insane football games in week 13 some that went down to the and some that had teams winning we did not expect. Let’s break down the top 5 fantasy duds of week 13


Carson Wentz, Philadelphia Eagles – I do not know what is going on in Philly. The former North Dakota State University standout Carson Wentz is struggling horribly right now. He was benched for Jalen Hurts, and finished the game 6-15 for 79 yards and was sacked 4 times.

Running Back

Le’Veon Bell, Kansas City Chiefs – The Chiefs were cautious with Clyde Edwards-Helaire being he had flu like symptoms, but when Bell was given a shot to step up he did not do so. He touched the ball 11 times and gained 40 yards, averaging a measly 3.6 yards per carry.

Wide Receiver

Sterling Shepard, New York Giants – The Giants number 1 receiver finished with 1 reception for 22 yards. That is not the type of performance you are expecting from a number 1 receiver with their starting quarterback out. It stung that is for sure.

Tight End

Zach Ertz, Philadelphia Eagles – The Eagles finally got their starting tight end back and he finished with 2 receptions for 31 yards. Not the huge impact many thought he would make. At this point, it is time to blow up the Eagles roster.


Tennessee Titans defense – They had so many stupid penalties. They could have won the game against the Browns but they gave up tons of yardage through penalties. They allowed the Browns to put up a 40-burger as well. Not a good performance.

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