2022 Fantasy Football Week 13 Stock Up/Stock Down

by Dennis Sosic
2022 Fantasy Football Stock Up/Stock Down

Welcome Fantasy friends and foes to the 2022 Fantasy Football Week 13 Stock Up/Stock Down.

Fantasy playoffs are approaching quickly, so being ahead of the curve is even more crucial. So get rid of the dead weight, grab the players that have stepped up, and handcuff your studs.

Find out which players should be considered options to be on your radar and who to be moved away from in the 2022 Fantasy Football Week 13 Stock Up/Stock Down.

2022 Fantasy Football Week 13 Stock Up/Stock Down

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Stock Up

Mike White, QB, New York Jets

Everyone loves a feel-good story, and Mike White coming off the New York Jets bench so they can move away from Zach Wilson feels suitable for Jets fans and fantasy managers. White made the Jets' offense more vertical and finished with 315 passing yards and three scores. His production sparked the team, and everyone was feeling the love and enjoying the ride.

The caveat is that White did this against a Chicago Bears defense that sold off their best players. White will have a stiffer test this week when he takes on the Minnesota Vikings' defense. Plus, we have seen this movie before. White burst on the scene last season with 607 passing yards and four touchdowns in two starts last season. However, reality hit in his next two starts with one touchdown and four interceptions. So enjoy the moment but temper the expectations.

Josh Jacobs, RB, Las Vegas Raiders

There is nothing like a walk-off long touchdown run in overtime. Josh Jacobs capped off his incredible performance with a game-ending 86-yard touchdown run. Jacobs finished as the RB1 with 229 rushing yards, two touchdowns, and six catches for 74 yards.

Money is a substantial motivating factor, and Jacobs has proven to the team and the NFL that he is worth an extension and a lot of money by being the fantasy RB1 on the season.

Christian Watson, WR, Green Bay Packers

Christian Watson continues to explode onto the fantasy scene that started with this three-touchdown effort against the Dallas Cowboys in Week 10. Watson followed that outstanding performance with three scores in the past two weeks.

Regardless of who is at quarterback, either Aaron Rodgers or Jordan Love, Watson will look to continue his scoring streak in a juicy matchup against the Chicago Bears defense, who just woke up the New York Jets offense.

Dalton Schultz, TE, Dallas Cowboys

Outside of Travis Kelce, all your hoping for from your tight end is a touchdown. Now that Dalton Schultz and Dak Prescott are healthy again, they make a fantastic duo with their arrows pointing up.

Since their Week 9 Bye week,  Schultz has scored three touchdowns across the past three weeks and looks to be Prescott's go-to guy in the red zone.

Stock Down

Matt Ryan, QB, Indianapolis Colts

Watching Matt Ryan on Monday Night against the Pittsburgh Steelers was extremely difficult. Suppose you roster Ryan, my condolences to you and your fantasy team. Ryan is scared of his own shadow in the pocket. Given time, Ryan can be a moderately usable fantasy quarterback. However, he can not get out of his way. Ryan is the best option for the Colts, which says a lot about their chances weekly.

Alvin Kamara, RB, New Orleans Saints

Alvin Kamara was a famous bust for many coming into the season. Kamara produced his worst fantasy season last year, and his legal troubles entering the season scared many fantasy managers away. His legal problems were conveniently pushed off to the offseason, but he has not delivered for fantasy managers this season.

Kamara has only produced one 100-yard game and scored three touchdowns on the season. He was typically drafted in the second round and has not lived up to his draft capital. Nevertheless, how can fantasy managers trust Kamara in the fantasy playoffs?

Mike Evans, WR, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Mike Evans was one of the most underrated wide receivers coming into this season, and not sure why. Evan is a big-play receiver who has produced 1,000 yards in every one of the eight seasons of his NFL career. His fantasy value increased dramatically when he scored double-digit touchdowns in the past two seasons. However, his play the season has played a victim to the issues in Tampa Bay Buccaneers' offense.

Evans has only scored three touchdowns on the season but zero since Week 5! After being a top-three offense last season, the Bucs' offense is the sixth-worst scoring offense, with 18.2 points per game. The downgrade of offensive output has affected the performance and production of the former Aggie star. It is hard to have faith in Evans right now, but with the playoffs looming, it would be a killer to bench him if or when he blows up.

Greg Dulcich, TE, Denver Broncos

Denver Broncos rookie tight end started this season on the Injured Reserve with a hamstring injury. Dulcich burst on the fantasy scene in Week 6 with two catches on three targets on 44 yards and a score against the Los Angeles Chargers. The rookie produced ten catches on 14 targets for 138 yards across the next two games. However, the shiny new toy wore out his welcome during Week 9 Bye Week.

Dulciich has not eclipsed 30 receiving yards or four catches across the last three weeks. The arrow is pointing down on his fantasy value on a Broncos offense, a league-worst 14.3 points per game. Time to move on from Greg Dulcich.


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