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Week 13 FanDuel Fantasy Football Highlights

Leaving Week 13, you would think you have seen it all this season, but that's not the case.


The top three FanDuel performers possessed a rookie quarterback and a second year wide receiver.

Wide receiver for the Jacksonville Jaguars Allen Robinson topped everyone with his 38.3 FanDuel point performance thanks to 153 yards, 15 targets and three touchdowns. He's been on a tear as well through the season; he seems to increase in price every week. Starting out the season he was only worth $6,100, in Week 13 he costs owners $8,000 against the Tennessee Titans. He will continue to raise in price and performance. Be wary of his ownership percentage next week.

Speaking of the Titans, Marcus Mariota had a ridiculous day on the gridiron as well. The rookie tallied 36.92 FanDuel points for owners and set you back just $7,100. Mariota had four touchdowns Sunday with 268 yards. The Titans face the New York Jets in Week 14 and while I'm more confident in the Jets' offense than their defense, I expect another solid performance from Mariota. Will he tally almost 40 points? Probably not, but he's always ridiculously cheap.

If you are a fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers both as a spectator and on FanDuel, you probably left Sunday's game with a lot of confidence. Ben Roethlisberger tallied 33.86 FanDuel points for owners with four touchdowns and 274 yards. If you were one of the smart ones, you stacked him with Antonio Brown. The wide receiver tallied 33.8 points and connected with Big Ben all day with two touchdowns and 118 yards. That's just what Brown does. The Steelers dominated the Colts 45-10. They head to Cincinnati to face the Bengals which could be a challenge, but those two never seem to disappoint on FanDuel. If you have the money to afford them, go for it. Brown will stay expensive all season, but Ben could stay at the high $8,000 range going into Week 14.

Finally, a Baltimore Raven makes a rare debut on the Week 13 standout list. Javorius Allen tallied 29 points for FanDuel owners and was a quick trip to the bank at $6,800. Allen had just one touchdown, but tallied 63 rushing and 107 receiving yards. The Ravens face the Seattle Seahawks in Week 14. If you can stay away from any Baltimore Ravens, I would suggest doing so. That game is going to be a great one --- for Seattle.

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