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Here’s a look at Lester’s Legends sit and start advice as you set your lineups for the Week 13.
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Matt Ryan, QB, Atlanta Falcons
Matthew Stafford, QB, Detroit Lions
Ryan Tannehill, QB, Miami Dolphins
Isaiah Crowell, RB, Cleveland Browns
LeGarrette Blount, RB, New England Patriots
Tre Mason, RB, St. Louis Rams
Andre Johnson, WR, Houston Texans
Jordan Matthews, WR, Philadelphia Eagles
Roddy White, WR, Atlanta Falcons
Delanie Walker, TE, Tennessee Titans
Jason Witten, TE, Dallas Cowboys
Cincinnati Bengals Defense
Houston Texans Defense
St. Louis Rams Defense
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Cam Newton, QB, Carolina Panthers
Colin Kaepernick, QB, San Francisco 49ers
Philip Rivers, QB, San Diego Chargers
Jerick McKinnon, RB, Minnesota Vikings
Steven Jackson, RB, Atlanta Falcons
Michael Crabtree, WR, San Francisco 49ers
Percy Harvin, WR, New York Jets
Dwayne Allen, TE, Indianapolis Colts
Heath Miller, TE, Pittsburgh Steelers
New England Patriots Defense
Philadelphia Eagles Defense
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Here’s a look at Lester’s Legends sit and start advice as you set your lineups for the 13th week of the 2013 NFL season.
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Quarterbacks
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Start:
Nick Foles
Josh McCown
Philip Rivers
Russell Wilson
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Sit:
Robert Griffin III
Andrew Luck
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Running Backs
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Start:
Chris Johnson
DeMarco Murray
C.J. Spiller
Shane Vereen
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Sit:
Lamar Miller
Bobby Rainey
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Wide Receivers
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Start:
Dwayne Bowe
Harry Douglas
Michael Floyd
Kendall Wright
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Sit:
Aaron Dobson
Golden Tate
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Tight Ends
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Start:
Martellus Bennett
Jordan Cameron
Coby Fleener
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Sit:
Charles Clay
Tim Wright
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Defenses
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Start:
Cleveland Browns
Dallas Cowboys
New England Patriots
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Sit:
Arizona Cardinals
Kansas City Chiefs
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Eli Manning under Center
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Here’s a look at LestersLegends sit and start advice as you set your lineups for the 13th week of the 2012 NFL season.
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Quarterbacks
Start:
Eli Manning, New York Giants
The bye week seemed to do Eli good as he tossed three touchdown passes last week. The Washington Redskins have allowed 301.4 passing yards per game and 23 passing scores. Eli threw for 337 yards in the first meeting with the ‘Skins.
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Sit:
Jay Cutler, Chicago Bears
Cutler was pretty quiet in his return to action last week. This week could be more of the same as he squares off with the Seattle Seahawks. They rank third in the league in passing defense with 200.7 yards allowed per game. They are one of two teams, along with the Baltimore Ravens, to have allowed 10 or fewer touchdown passes.
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Running Backs
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Ahmad Bradshaw, New York Giants
Bradshaw just got a major bump in value when Andre Brown was lost for the season. The Redskins defend the run well, but Bradshaw is a dual threat, so he should help out in the passing game as well.
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Indianapolis Colts Running Backs
The Colts have a decent matchup against the Detroit Lions, but Vick Ballard and Donald Brown are splitting carries evenly. They had an even better matchup last week against the Buffalo Bills, but failed to impress. Ballard had 41 yards and Brown had 49.
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Wide Receivers
Start:
Cecil Shorts and Justin Blackmon, Jacksonville Jaguars
Chad Henne has made Jacksonville fans remember the days of Jimmy Smith and Keenan McCardell. They have combined for 484 yards and four touchdowns in the past two games.
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Sit:
Danny Amendola, St. Louis Rams
Amendola was basically a decoy last week as he nursed a foot injury. He is facing the San Francisco 49ers. The Niners rank second in pass defense with 187.3 yards per game allowed. They have also allowed just 12 passing touchdowns.
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Tight Ends
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Jermichael Finley, Green Bay Packers
Finley turned in his second strong performance. He has had past success against the Minnesota Vikings, averaging 69.3 yards with two touchdowns in three career games. The Vikings had allowed either 40 yards or a touchdown to opposing tight ends every week prior to last week against the Bears. Chicago isn’t exactly known for their tight end play these days.
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Sit:
Vernon Davis, San Francisco 49ers
Just when I thought it was safe to trust Vernon, he drops another goose egg on us. He’s too big of a risk for my taste.
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Defenses
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Cincinnati Bengals
The Bengals are playing great football. They have allowed just 9.7 points per game during their three-game winning streak. Cincinnati ranks ninth in total defense (334.5 yards allowed per game) and 15th in scoring defense (22.5 points allowed per game).  The San Diego Chargers rank 25th in total offense (324.4) and 16th in scoring offense (22.3).
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Sit:
Denver Broncos
I like what Denver has been doing defensively, but the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been on fire. They are 12th in the league in total offense (365.4 yards per game) and fourth in the league in scoring (28.2 points per game).
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Here’s a look at LestersLegends sit and start advice as you set your lineups for the 12th week of the NFL season.
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Quarterbacks
Start:
Tim Tebow @ Minnesota:  Tebow continues to produce with is feet and not make mistakes with his arm to provide a solid fantasy score. The Vikings secondary is depleted enough that Tebow could actually look like a legitimate NFL QB this week. Plus, Eric Decker’s return to the Metrodome could be inspiring.
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Joe Flacco @ Cleveland:  The Browns lead the league with 174.8 passing yards per game allowed. They are also one of four teams that have allowed less than 12 touchdown passes. Flacco is inconsistent, has one multiple touchdown game since Week 3, and isn’t going to make up on his passing shortcomings with his feet. Meanwhile the Browns rank 29th against the run, meaning Ray Rice should run wild.
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Running Backs
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BenJarvus Green Ellis vs. Indianapolis:  The Colts rank 31st in rushing defense giving up 150.6 ypg. The Firm has bounced back in his past two games with 150 total yards and two scores.
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Peyton Hillis vs. Baltimore:  Hillis got 21 touches last week but only managed 61 total yards on the Bengals. He faces the Raven’s third ranked run defense (91.5 ypg). He torched him in the first meeting last year, but they held him to 40 total yards in their second meeting.
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Wide Receivers
Start:
Mike Williams vs. Carolina:  After a slow start SMW has scored in the past two games with 83 and 84 yards respectively. He’s had at least six catches in five of his last six games. Carolina is middle-of-the-road on pass defense.
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Sit:
Santana Moss vs. New York Jets:  He made it through last week’s game without a hitch, but has to spend time on Revis Island this week. Not a fun task, especially with an inconsistent quarterback.
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Tight Ends
Start:
Jermaine Gresham @ Pittsburgh:
Gresham scored in the Week 10 meeting with Pittsburgh and is averaging 58.0 yards the past two games. He should see a nice volume of targets against the Steelers.
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Sit:
Owen Daniels vs. Atlanta:  It’s not bad enough that Andre Johnson is back and the Texans are a run first team, but they are on their third quarterback. I can see using AJ, but I wouldn’t risk my TE play at the hands of T.J. Yates.
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Defenses
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New England vs. Indianapolis:  It’s gotten so bad in Indy that they are trotting out Dan Orlovsky. Yikes.
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Sit:
New York Giants vs. Green Bay:  They just got torched by the Saints and now face an even more prolific offense. Good luck with that.
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