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Fantasy Studs: Week 13 Fantasy Football players who dominated

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Corey Davis looked like the wide receiver I thought he would be out of college in week 13. The Titans wide out tore up the Browns secondary.

We thought after week 13 of the National Football League it would be important to breakdown the top players at each position 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 studs of week 13.


Matthew Stafford, Detroit Lions – The Lions won big against the Bears coming from behind and Stafford looked great. He threw for 402 yards on 42 passing attempts. He also threw 3 touchdowns to just one interception.

Running Back

Wayne Gallman, New York Giants – He did not score a touchdown on the ground but he was a beast. He finished the game with 16 carries for 135 yards and helped the Giants upset the Seattle Seahawks with Colt McCoy as their QB. He averaged 8.7 yards a carry.

Wide Receiver

Corey Davis, Tennessee Titans – Darren Waller lead all pass catchers this week, but Corey Davis was a beast for the Titans even know they came up short. Davis hauled in 11 receptions for 182 yards and one touchdown. It was nice to see.

Tight End

Darren Waller, Las Vegas Raiders – Are you kidding me? The kid went for 200 yards and scored twice. He was my fantasy savior this week. This is the type of play you want to see from Waller. The Raiders were able to hang onto a nail biter against the Jets but were able to get the win.


New England Patriots – The Patriots defense punched Justin Herbert and the Chargers in the mouth. When you add in their punt return for a touchdown the Patriots were getting money this week. It was great to see.

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