By Sleepy J / Donnie Dyce
Week 13 Value Stack
Taylor Heinicke ($5,600) / Logan Thomas ($4,000) / Terry McLaurin ($4,000)
I can’t see this stack being high owned this week given the chalk condensing around Antonio Gibson coming off his 35+ touch game in Week 12. Logan Thomas is now in the mix, getting six targets in his first game off a lengthy absence, and this total here is set at 48.5 which is a good total for our Washington double stack. McLaurin hasn’t put many back-to-back subpar games together over the last two years either, and although he had a down game last week I expect him to bounce back here against a solid but not anything special Las Vegas secondary. Heinicke's rushing upside could also supply us with the necessary leverage off the Gibson chalk if in fact Gibson fails to find the end zone and Heinicke can get in with their his legs or through his passing. Washington has momentum on both sides of the ball at the moment and I believe there is good upside here for playing this stack in small-entry tournaments.
WR Value Play
Darnell Mooney ($5,600)
Andy Dalton will be back under center as the Chicago Bears starting quarterback in Week 13, and this will in turn be a very good thing for Bears' alpha WR Darnell Mooney. Dalton has shown in the recent past that he is more than willing to heavily target Mooney, which has been quite evident in Mooney scoring 20+ fantasy points in each of his last three games. The Bears will be in a game in which they might need to throw more than often here too, and I expect Mooney will receive double-digit targets again this week.