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Fantasy Football Player Notes

Week 13 Half PPR Rankings
Jerry Jeudy Note
Jerry Jeudy photo 38. Jerry Jeudy (at KC)
We're not going to even talk about last week because it's a game that shouldn't have been played. Removing that game from existence, Jeudy was the WR20 from Week 8 through Week 11, so don't forget about him just yet. Now, he does have another brutal matchup against the Chiefs in Week 13, so we have to exercise caution once again. "Teams are going to fall behind and be forced to pass!" Sure, but the Chiefs are allowing the 11th-fewest fantasy points to skill-position players despite that. On top of that, wide receivers have accounted for just 46.3 percent of that production, which ranks as the third-lowest mark in the league. Going back to the start of last year, the Chiefs have allowed just 129.9 yards per game to wide receivers, which is the best in the NFL and a problem for Jeudy, as Lock doesn't throw a whole lot of touchdowns. Based on where he aligns, he's going to see the most of Bashaud Breeland, who's allowed 17-of-30 passing for just 139 yards in his coverage, though he has allowed two touchdowns. But still, that's just 0.57 yards allowed per snap, which ranks as the fourth-lowest mark in the NFL behind only Jimmy Smith, Jalen Ramsey, and Bryce Callahan. Jeudy should be considered a low-upside WR4 option for this game.
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Tim Patrick Note
Tim Patrick photo 52. Tim Patrick (at KC)
Just like we did with Jeudy, we're removing Week 12 from existence. Patrick has surprisingly finished as a top-36 wide receiver in six of his last eight games. Wide receivers have accounted for just 140.9 yards per game against the Chiefs, which is the second-lowest mark in the league. There have been just nine wide receivers all year who've topped 50 yards against the Chiefs. Even adjusting for schedule, the Chiefs rank as the eighth-toughest matchup for wide receviers, as they've averaged 9.6 percent fewer fantasy points per game than their seasonal average. Patrick is right alongside Jeudy in the back-end WR4 conversation, though both lack upside in this matchup.
14 hours ago
KJ Hamler Note
KJ Hamler photo 66. KJ Hamler (at KC)
DaeSean Hamilton Note
DaeSean Hamilton photo 122. DaeSean Hamilton (at KC)
Tyrie Cleveland Note
Tyrie Cleveland photo 146. Tyrie Cleveland (at KC)
Diontae Spencer Note
Diontae Spencer photo 159. Diontae Spencer (at KC)