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2021 Fantasy Football: Week 13 Wide Receiver Rankings

Week 13 is here and that means the playoffs are right around the corner. Determining who to start or sit can make or break your season. Lucky for you, I have my top-50 ranked wide receiver below that will land you in the win column for Week 13.

There are a lot of underrated fantasy wide receivers that have ideal matchups this week. Some of these receivers are still on the waiver wire in some leagues as well. Remember it is not about the name, it is about consistency and the matchup. And this is what this rankings list is all about. Let’s get into it.

Just as a reminder if you haven’t seen the last few weeks of rankings, this list is based on half PPR scoring.

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Wide Receiver Notes:

Jaylen Waddle makes it into the top 20 this week going against the New York Giants. The Giants defense is middle of the road when it comes to defending wide receivers. But, they are still giving up just over 22 fantasy points a game to receivers. Ja’Marr Chase has been getting all the talk this season, but look out for Waddle as he is right behind him. Waddle is the clear number one receiver for the Dolphins and has come alive in the past few weeks. He has scored two touchdowns in the last two weeks and went over double-digit fantasy points. Look for him to cook this week as a WR2 in your lineup.

Next, I have Kendrick Bourne ranked as my wide receiver 32 this week. Bourne is another young receiver that is starting to come into his own. The Patriots have the Bills this week who are the top defense across the board. But, what makes Bourne interesting this week is Tre’davious White is out with a torn ACL. This should leave the door open for Bourne to rack up some easy fantasy points this week. The Patriots are red hot right now, and I see them continuing it this week.

Last, I have Brandon Aiyuk ranked at 22 this week. Aiyuk was supposed to be a stud from the start of the season. But over the last few weeks, Aiyuk has come alive in the 49ers offense. He has double-digit fantasy points in three of his last four games. Aiyuk has the Seahawks this week, who have been better against the pass as of late. But, don’t underestimate a divisional game. If you want to make a statement and get a win this week, start Aiyuk as a WR2 or flex.

Week 13 Wide Receiver Rankings

More Week 13 Rankings: QB | RB | WR | TE | Kicker | D/ST | PPR | Flex

1Cooper KuppLARvs. JAC
2Tyreek HillKCvs. DEN
3Justin JeffersonMINat DET
4Ja'Marr ChaseCINvs. LAC
5Keenan AllenLACat CIN
6Stefon DiggsBUFvs. NE
7Chris GodwinTBat ATL
8Diontae JohnsonPITvs. BAL
9Adam ThielenMINat DET
10CeeDee LambDALat NO
11Mike EvansTBat ATL
12Terry McLaurinWASat LV
13Michael Pittman Jr.INDat HOU
14DeAndre HopkinsARIat CHI
15Marquise BrownBALat PIT
16Tyler LockettSEAvs. SF
17Cordarrelle PattersonATLvs. TB
18D.K. MetcalfSEAvs. SF
19Jaylen WaddleMIAvs. NYG
20Tee HigginsCINvs. LAC
21Brandin CooksHOUvs. IND
22Brandon AiyukSFat SEA
23DeVonta SmithPHIat NYJ
24Darnell MooneyCHIvs. ARI
25Mike WilliamsLACat CIN
26Elijah MooreNYJvs. PHI
27Hunter RenfrowLVvs. WAS
28Van JeffersonLARvs. JAC
29Jerry JeudyDENat KC
30Chase ClaypoolPITvs. BAL
31Michael GallupDALat NO
32Kendrick BourneNEat BUF
33Courtland SuttonDENat KC
34Odell Beckham Jr.LARvs. JAC
35Jakobi MeyersNEat BUF
36Marvin Jones Jr.JACat LAR
37Christian KirkARIat CHI
38Emmanuel SandersBUFvs. NE
39Tim PatrickDENat KC
40Antonio BrownTBat ATL
41Rashod BatemanBALat PIT
42Cole BeasleyBUFvs. NE
43T.Y. HiltonINDat HOU
44Russell GageATLvs. TB
45Tyler BoydCINvs. LAC
46Kenny GolladayNYGat MIA
47Corey DavisNYJvs. PHI
48Tre'Quan SmithNOvs. DAL
49Sterling ShepardNYGat MIA
50Kadarius ToneyNYGat MIA
51Amari CooperDALat NO

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