Fantasy Football Exemption Thread, Week 13 Picks: Top Players To Add Are Dontrell Hilliard, Kendrick Bourne

Fantasy players continue to contend with mounting injuries as they run backwards. Christian McCaffrey (ankle) is out for the season and Dalvin Cook (shoulder) is injured again. Finding replacements is not always easy. Carolina’s Chuba Hubbard is listed in more than 60 percent of CBSSports.com leagues, and Ameer Abdullah may be a waste of a roster spot, considering he’s never caught more than 25 passes in a season and is a proven failure. Alexander Mattison is featured in more than 80 percent of CBSSports.com leagues. Still, there are other options available on the position. Buffalo’s Matt Breida has a total of three TDs over his past three games, and Miami’s Phillip Lindsay had 12 rushes in his first game with the team.

Should Breida or Lindsay be one of your top picks in Week 13 Fantasy football waiver? And what other players on Fantasy Football waivers are worth adding to to plug gaps in the roster left by other injuries or goodbye weeks? Before you decide who to target on the Week 13 Fantasy Football exemption thread, check out what SportsLine Hall of Famer Scott Engel has to say.

Engel is a member of the Fantasy Sports Writers Association’s Hall of Fame. He is a four-time FSWA Award winner and ten-time nominee. In 2020, Scott was a finalist for the FSWA Fantasy Football Writer of the Year Award, which he previously won.

In addition to being the Fantasy Writer for the official site of the Seattle Seahawks since 2012, Engel’s work has appeared on The Athletic, SiriusXM FantasySports Radio, ESPN.com, NFL.com, the Associated Press, Yahoo Sports, SI .com, the New York Post, USA Today, RotoBaller and of course CBSSports.com. So far this season, Engel has featured notable players such as Cordarrelle Patterson, Dawson Knox and Khalil Herbert for their impact performances,

Now he has revealed the best free Fantasy football agents available going into week 13. You can check out his best Fantasy NFL waiver thread picks and full breakdown on SportsLine.

Top Picks for Fantasy Football Waiver for Week 13

A player Engel advises Fantasy players to focus on the Week 13: Tennessee waiver thread running back Dontrell Hilliard. The Titans may have found a gem lifted from the practice squad. In week 10, Hilliard put himself on the Fantasy radar with eight receptions. However, he remained available in many competitions. D’Onta Foreman was still expected to lead the way for the Titans as they prepared for a daunting match-up with New England.

Both Hilliard and Foreman hit a century-long milestone in storming yards, though the Titans were decisively defeated by the Patriots. Hilliard rushed to 131 yards and jumped on the highlight rolls with a 68 yards TD run. Hilliard may split work with Foreman in the future, but he is more versatile and more widely available in Fantasy competitions. He certainly has an appeal for the coming weeks.

Engel also highly recommends the Patriots wide receiver Kendrick Bourne. Mac Jones develops into a quality NFL starting with QB. As he has gotten better, Bourne has emerged as one of his best playmakers. Bourne has an average of 14.8 yards per reception and has scored five times this season.

Bourne has been making even more statistical noise lately. He has three TD catches in his last three games, including two in Week 12. He caught five of his six goals on Sunday. Bourne had 98 receiving yards and a TD catch on Nov. 14 against Cleveland. He also has long receptions of over 40 yards in two of his last three games.

How to Set Up Your Week 13 Waiver Claims

Engel is also all in on a wide receiver that should be an instant pick up. This player is widely available and can be a huge boost to your Fantasy football setup. Only at SportsLine you can see who it is.

So which players should you target for Fantasy Football’s waiver before Week 13? And which WR is a must add? Visit SportsLine now to see the top League-winning free Fantasy Football agents coming in on Week 13, all from a Fantasy Hall of Famer, and find out.

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