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NFL Week 13 Schedule 2016


Date Time Game
Thursday, December 1 8:25 PM ET Dallas Cowboys @ Minnesota Vikings
Sunday, December 4 1:00 PM ET Kansas City Chiefs @ Atlanta Falcons
Sunday, December 4 1:00 PM ET San Francisco 49ers @ Chicago Bears
Sunday, December 4 1:00 PM ET Philadelphia Eagles @ Cincinnati Bengals
Sunday, December 4 1:00 PM ET Houston Texans @ Green Bay Packers
Sunday, December 4 1:00 PM ET Denver Broncos @ Jacksonville Jaguars
Sunday, December 4 1:00 PM ET Detroit Lions @ New Orleans Saints
Sunday, December 4 1:00 PM ET Los Angeles Rams @ New England Patriots
Sunday, December 4 1:00 PM ET Miami Dolphins @ Baltimore Ravens
Sunday, December 4 4:05 PM ET Buffalo Bills @ Oakland Raiders
Sunday, December 4 4:25 PM ET Washington Redskins @ Arizona Cardinals
Sunday, December 4 4:25 PM ET New York Giants @ Pittsburgh Steelers
Sunday, December 4 4:25 PM ET Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ San Diego Chargers
Sunday, December 4 8:30 PM ET Carolina Panthers @ Seattle Seahawks
Monday, December 5 8:30 PM ET Indianapolis Colts @ New York Jets

Week 13 Fantasy Analysis

This is a true battle of strength on strength as the Cowboys tremendous offense heads to Minnesota to face the Vikings defense. Ezekiel Elliott has a tough matchup, but just how much does that shift things when evaluating the fantasy matchup? it's tough to say. The Raiders and the Bills should be in a high flying matchup, as Amari Cooper and Sammy Watkins face off in a high flying battle. The rest of the players in those games should see viable fantasy results as well. The Redskins face off against the Arizona Cardinals this week, which could be a good or bad matchup depending on which Kirk Cousins shows up. Cousins has struggled mightily against good defenses in his career, this could be another trap game for him. The Lions head to New Orleans to face a tough Saints passing game, and this should result in a huge fantasy game from both sides. While Matthew Stafford has been better this year, it's tough to see him keeping with Drew Brees throughout four quarters.