Fantasy Football Week 13 Rest of Season Rankings & Trade Values Chart

Week 13 Rankings: Standard | PPR

For a few weeks there it looked like Allen Robinson would salvage his season. In Weeks 9 and 10 he came through with touchdowns and good yardage on strong target and reception totals. You could feel good about him.

Then he fell short of double digits at Detroit, a game he scored in but had just 18 yards. He hit rock bottom last week at Buffalo, collapsing for 24 yards with two catches on four targets.

Allen Robinson WR / Jacksonville Jaguars (2016 stats)
TAR: 106 REC: 53 YDS: 591 TD: 6

Suffice to say, no one's stock has fallen quite as quickly. His shaky play meshed with his awful quarterback and a bad Jaguars offense brought Robinson to this point. He's on pace for nine touchdowns and 77 receptions, which is OK, but just 860 yards. Clearly he's way off his pace from 2015 even though he's still on pace for over 150 targets, just like last year. It's merely another example of Jacksonville's regression.

This is a great week to rent a cement mixer, drive it to your house, churn some cement, have it tumble down the chute onto a chair and have Robinson plop down on it. Sit him. He's taking on a Broncos defense that can contain him -- they've done it already to A.J. Green, Mike Evans, Julio Jones, T.Y. Hilton and Amari Cooper. And he gets the Vikings defense at home in Week 14, so figure the cement lasts two weeks.

Here are some players to consider over Robinson for the next two weeks:

Davante Adams: This should be obvious. Even with a pair of difficult matchups on the horizon (Houston, Seattle), Adams has elevated his game this season and has become an end-zone favorite for Aaron Rodgers. He's even come up with over 100 yards in two of his last three. This is a no-brainer.

Marvin Jones: On Thanksgiving it looked like Matthew Stafford tried to get him going, tallying 27 yards on the Lions first drive. But he slowed down despite some deep balls and end-zone targets. With a high-scoring game upcoming at New Orleans followed by a home date with the Bears, Jones actually has likable matchups. Hopefully he keeps getting double-digit targets like he had last week.

DeSean Jackson: With big games in consecutive weeks, Jackson is flirting with must-start status. He's got a tough matchup at Arizona but if Patrick Peterson isn't 100 percent (or better yet inactive) then he'll have some chances to fly. And you know Jackson will have revenge on the mind at Philly in Week 14.

Kenny Britt: Already with a career-high 54 catches and 788 yards through 11 games, Britt's had 10-plus Fantasy points in three of his past four and should find numbers against the Patriots and Falcons while chasing points over the next two weeks.

Tyreek Hill, Malcolm Mitchell, Taylor Gabriel: This week's trendy waiver-wire pickups all should be considerations for Week 13. They're playing well and all have pretty good matchups. Mitchell's status likely depends on Gronkowski's health, and Hill could also take a backseat if Jeremy Maclin comes back. Gabriel is a risky proposition because of his limited touches. But all three offer high upside, which is appealing compared to Robinson.

What are the Rest of Season Rankings & Trade Values? The values assigned to the players below are a long-term measurement of their Fantasy value in standard and PPR leagues. And if your league still allows trade, you could add two players' values to determine what one player you should be able to get in return. Any player not on the chart should be considered valued at no more than four points and not a must-own.

Running backs

Player Stnd PPR
David Johnson, ARI 45 50
Le'Veon Bell, PIT 45 49
Ezekiel Elliott, DAL 45 47
DeMarco Murray, TEN 39 42
Melvin Gordon, SD 36 39
LeSean McCoy, BUF 31 34
Jay Ajayi, MIA 24 26
Carlos Hyde, SF 23 24
LeGarrette Blount, NE 21 21
Frank Gore, IND 19 21
Doug Martin, TB 19 21
Latavius Murray, OAK 18 20
Devonta Freeman, ATL 18 20
Jordan Howard, CHI 17 19
Mark Ingram, NO 17 19
Matt Forte, NYJ 17 18
Lamar Miller, HOU 16 18
Rob Kelley, WAS 16 16
Jeremy Hill, CIN 16 16
Thomas Rawls, SEA 15 17
Todd Gurley, LAR 15 17
Jonathan Stewart, CAR 15 16
Spencer Ware, KC 14 16
Devontae Booker, DEN 13 15
Theo Riddick, DET 12 15
Dion Lewis, NE 11 13
Tevin Coleman, ATL 11 13
James Starks, GB 10 12
Ryan Mathews, PHI 10 11
Tim Hightower, NO 9 10
Kenneth Dixon, BAL 8 10
Rashad Jennings, NYG 8 9
Mike Gillislee, BUF 7 8
Terrance West, BAL 7 8
Adrian Peterson, MIN 7 8
Darren Sproles, PHI 6 8
Wendell Smallwood, PHI 6 7
Isaiah Crowell, CLE 6 7
Derrick Henry, TEN 6 6
James White, NE 5 7
Chris Ivory, JAC 5 6
Kapri Bibbs, DEN 5 6
Jeremy Langford, CHI 5 6
T.J. Yeldon, JAC 5 6
Jerick McKinnon, MIN 5 6
Chris Thompson, WAS 5 6
Damien Williams, MIA 5 5

Wide receivers

Player Stnd PPR
Antonio Brown, PIT 45 49
Mike Evans, TB 41 45
Julio Jones, ATL 40 44
Odell Beckham, NYG 32 36
Dez Bryant, DAL 31 35
Jordy Nelson, GB 28 31
T.Y. Hilton, IND 24 27
Amari Cooper, OAK 19 22
Doug Baldwin, SEA 18 21
Tyrell Williams, SD 18 21
Michael Thomas, NO 17 20
Stefon Diggs, MIN 16 21
Davante Adams, GB 16 20
Demaryius Thomas, DEN 16 19
Brandin Cooks, NO 16 19
Michael Crabtree, OAK 16 19
Brandon Marshall, NYJ 16 19
Jamison Crowder, WAS 15 18
Donte Moncrief, IND 15 18
Terrelle Pryor, CLE 15 18
Sammy Watkins, BUF 14 16
Allen Robinson, JAC 13 16
Rishard Matthews, TEN 13 16
Randall Cobb, GB 12 15
Larry Fitzgerald, ARI 11 17
Steve Smith, BAL 11 14
Emmanuel Sanders, DEN 11 14
Julian Edelman, NE 10 14
DeAndre Hopkins, HOU 10 13
Kelvin Benjamin, CAR 10 13
Willie Snead, NO 10 13
DeVante Parker, MIA 9 12
Jordan Matthews, PHI 9 11
Kenny Britt, LA 9 11
DeSean Jackson, WAS 9 11
Golden Tate, DET 8 11
Cole Beasley, DAL 8 11
Sterling Shepard, NYG 8 10
Jarvis Landry, MIA 7 10
Alshon Jeffery, CHI 7 9
Tyreek Hill, KC 7 9
Tyler Boyd, CIN 6 8
Malcolm Mitchell, NE 6 8
Taylor Gabriel, ATL 5 7
Marvin Jones, DET 5 7
Mike Wallace, BAL 5 7
Brandon LaFell, CIN 5 7
Chris Hogan, NE 5 7
Quincy Enunwa, NYJ 5 7
Marqise Lee, JAC 5 7
Mohamed Sanu, ATL 5 7
Pierre Garcon, WAS 5 7
Corey Coleman, CLE 5 6

Tight ends

Player Stnd PPR
Rob Gronkowski, NE 24 27
Delanie Walker, TEN 17 20
Jimmy Graham, SEA 16 18
Tyler Eifert, CIN 16 18
Greg Olsen, CAR 14 16
Jordan Reed, WAS 13 16
Travis Kelce, KC 12 15
Kyle Rudolph, MIN 8 10
Cameron Brate, TB 8 10
Antonio Gates, SD 7 9
Eric Ebron, DET 7 9
Zach Ertz, PHI 6 8
Vance McDonald, SF 6 8
Martellus Bennett, NE 5 7
Lance Kendricks, LAR 5 7
Ladarius Green, PIT 5 6

Quarterbacks

Player Stnd PPR
Aaron Rodgers, GB 25 25
Drew Brees, NO 24 24
Tom Brady, NE 24 24
Matt Ryan, ATL 21 21
Andrew Luck, IND 18 18
Kirk Cousins, WAS 18 18
Ben Roethlisberger, PIT 17 17
Marcus Mariota, TEN 17 17
Dak Prescott, DAL 16 16
Philip Rivers, SD 15 15
Russell Wilson, SEA 15 15
Eli Manning, NYG 15 15
Derek Carr, OAK 14 14
Cam Newton, CAR 14 14
Jameis Winston, TB 13 13
Colin Kaepernick, SF 13 13
Tyrod Taylor, BUF 8 8
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