It was a huge week in fantasy football, with five players scoring over 30 points in standard leagues and 10 players doing it in PPR leagues. Of the top 10 players, half of them were running backs, proving running backs are the key to a good fantasy football team. Check out who were the best of the best this week.
The end of Week 13 marks the end of the fantasy football regular season. I would like to congratulate everyone who made it to the playoffs, and for those who just missed out, good luck next year. As far as top performances go, there were some big names, one huge surprise, and one very familiar face.
Larry Fitzgerald came into last week as the No. 3 wide receiver in half-point per reception (half-PPR) fantasy scoring. Sitting him last week was bold, but hopefully you listened. Fitzgerald only caught three passes for 29 yards, a dreadful fantasy day that can be partly attributed to Carson Palmer’s injury.
Week 3’s starts were DeShone Kizer, Javorius Allen and DaVante Parker. Kizer and Parker excelled, as the rookie quarterback scored 22.1 fantasy points (ranking him QB12) while Parker caught eight passes for 76 yards and a touchdown. Allen was disappointing as the Ravens left their offense behind on their trip to London.