Taylor Gabriel has been on fire over the past four games, going for 50-plus yards in each with four touchdowns over that span and could usurp the number two receiver role from Mohamed Sanu in Week 13 against the Chiefs’ bottom-ten fantasy secondary.
Vance McDonald caught four of eight targets for 60 yards on Sunday against the Miami Dolphins, giving him 14 receptions for 240 yards and two touchdowns over the last four weeks as he moves into a Chicago Bears defense that is 11th in production allowed to opposing tight ends.
Malcolm Mitchell has three touchdowns in his last two games and faces a Los Angeles Rams defense on Sunday that just gave up five passing touchdowns this past weekend to the New Orleans Saints.
Quincy Enunwa tallied the first 100-yard outing of his career this past weekend and should be able to find more success in Week 13 against a Colts defense allowing 279 passing yards per game, which is 30th in the NFL.
Brandon McManus has kicked multiple field goals in eight straight games, is nine of 11 on the season, and gets a premium matchup Sunday against a Jaguars defense allowing 26.6 points per game, 27th in the league.
Sammy Watkins still managed 80 receiving yards on a limited snap count last weekend in his return from a foot injury, and should see even more looks on Sunday against a suspect Oakland passing defense allowing 273 passing yards per game, which is 28th in the NFL.
Tyreek Hill scored a rushing, receiving and return touchdown last week and should again be a big part of the Chiefs' offense Sunday against a Falcons defense giving up 381 yards a game, 27th in the league.
Kenny Stills hauled in his fifth touchdown pass of the season last weekend and would be in line for increased looks versus the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday if DeVante Parker is sidelined with a back ailment.
C.J. Fiedorowicz shows no signs of slowing down, averaging seven targets and 55 yards the last seven games, entering Week 13 against the Green Bay Packers, who rank 31st in yards allowed per game to tight ends.
Marqise Lee, who has become the second wideout ahead of Allen Hurns, will look to extend his touchdown streak to three games in Week 13 against the Denver Broncos' top-ranked receiving defense.
Tyrod Taylor scored twice last weekend and will face an Oakland defense in Week 13 that's allowing 25 points per game in 2016, which is 23rd in the NFL.
Caleb Sturgis knocked in two field goals in Week 12, one from 48 yards and one from 50 yards, and has attempted at least two field goals in every game except one this season as he goes into a matchup against a Bengals defense that has tied for the seventh-fewest field goal attempts allowed this season (20).
Josh Lambo failed to kick a field goal in Week 12 for the second time in four games, but should get opportunities Sunday against a Buccaneers defense that's allowing 24 points a game.
Ladarius Green will be up against the Giants in Week 13, a defense that’s given up at least 55 yards to five different tight ends over their last five games.
Will Fuller appears healthy after several weeks of dealing with hamstring and knee injuries heading into Week 13 against the Green Bay Packers, who rank 30th in touchdowns allowed to wide receivers.
Dontrelle Inman is coming off his second 100-yard game of the season, and now gets to face a Buccaneers defense that's given up 20 passing TDs this season, tied for ninth-worst in the league.
Wil Lutz didn’t attempt a field goal, but hit all seven of his extra points last week, and their offensive pace should give him plenty of opportunities to score in Week 13 against the Lions.
Chandler Catanzaro hasn't missed a kick since Week 7, including the 54-yarder he hit last Sunday, but he only has six total field goal attempts since then which has limited his production headed into a Week 13 contest against a Washington Redskins defense that has given up the third-fewest field goals (14) in the NFL this season.
Marquess Wilson started his normal late-season explosion last Sunday, and gives the Bears their best deep threat entering a matchup with San Francisco's 15th-ranked pass defense.
Ryan Tannehill has seven touchdown passes in his last three games and faces a Baltimore Ravens defense in Week 13 that's yielded 20 passing scores in 2016, which is tied for 19th in the NFL.
Ryan Fitzpatrick tossed two touchdown passes in his last game and has a favorable matchup on Monday night against a Colts defense that is in the bottom third in the NFL in both passing yards and touchdowns allowed through the air in 2016.
Lance Kendricks caught four of seven targets for 51 yards and a touchdown on Sunday against the New Orleans Saints, the second week in a row that Kendricks has caught four of seven targets from rookie quarterback Jared Goff, and he'll try to keep the momentum going this week against a New England Patriots defense that ranks 12th in production allowed to opposing tight ends.
Sam Bradford could surprise against a 31st-ranked Cowboys pass defense Thursday that has allowed over 400 yards through the air in two of their last three games, and has only four sacks all year.
Sebastian Janikowski has scored at least nine points in four of the last five games, and faces a Bills defense Sunday that's allowed 21.5 points per game, tied for 12th in the league.
Phil Dawson made his only field goal attempt on Sunday against the Miami Dolphins and has made all but one of his attempts this season, but has been held to one or fewer made field goals in seven games due to lack of opportunity, a trend that Dawson hopes to change this week against a Chicago Bears defense that ranks 28th in the NFL with 25 field goal attempts allowed this season.
Matt Bryant sunk another field goal (from 45) and added five extra points last week and could be a valuable source of scoring in Week 13 against the Chiefs’ top-five scoring defense.
Matt Asiata has scored in three straight games but hasn't topped 27 yards in that stretch, and faces a Cowboys defense that has allowed only five rushing touchdowns all year, the third-lowest total in the league.
Cordarrelle Patterson will likely return to a secondary role Thursday against the 31st-ranked Cowboys pass defense with Stefon Diggs (knee) set to return from a one-game absence.
Eli Rogers will be up against the Giants on Sunday after being held to fewer than 43 yards in seven of his last eight games.
Mike Nugent will be up against the Eagles in Week 13 after missing three field goals and three extra points in his last five games.
Brock Osweiler, coming off his worst week of the season, remains the Houston Texans' starting quarterback, though questions about replacing him with Tom Savage have begun as the Texans prepare for Week 13 against the Green Bay Packers.
Joe Flacco will take on the Dolphins this Sunday after they’ve allowed three touchdown passes to Philip Rivers and Colin Kaepernick over their last three games.
Kenneth Dixon will have a Week 13 matchup against the Dolphins after having more touches than Terrance West in a game for the first time this season last week.
Dorial Green-Beckham caught six of 10 targets for 82 yards in Week 12, giving him 11 receptions for 136 yards and a touchdown in his last two games as he goes into a matchup with a solid Bengals pass defense that ranks fifth in production allowed to opposing wide receivers.
Torrey Smith caught three of seven targets for 24 yards and a touchdown on Sunday against the Miami Dolphins, but he has yet to surpass three receptions or 26 yards since Week 6 which makes him a risky play even against a Chicago Bears defense that ranks 21st in production allowed to opposing wide receivers.
Jason Myers ranks 31st with 6.0 points per game entering Week 13 against the Denver Broncos, who rank ninth in scoring defense.
Jared Goff completed 20 of 32 passes for 214 yards and three touchdowns with one interception on Sunday against the New Orleans Saints, a solid performance in his second career start though admittedly against a poor pass defense, and he might be challenged more strenuously this week against a Bill Belichick-led New England Patriots defense even if they currently rank 22nd in production allowed to opposing quarterbacks.
Austin Hooper has back-to-back games with exactly eight receiving yards and faces another top-five defense against opposing tight ends in the Chiefs on Sunday.
Will Tye caught two passes for 12 yards in Week 12, the second straight week that he posted that number of receptions and that amount of yards, making him a risky play even against a pedestrian Pittsburgh Steelers defense that ranks only 21st against opposing tight ends this season.
Phillip Dorsett will fill in for T.Y. Hilton (back) if he's unable to go in Week 13 on Monday night against the New York Jets.
Brandon LaFell will have a Week 13 matchup against the Eagles, who allowed four receivers to post at least 100 yards and have also allowed five touchdown receptions to wide receivers between Weeks 8 and 11.
Greg Zuerlein didn't attempt a field goal on Sunday against the New Orleans Saints, the third time this season he has been shut out from field goal attempts, but hopes to get more opportunity this week against a New England Patriots defense that is tied for 11th in the NFL with 21 field goal attempts allowed this season.
Dan carpenter missed an extra point last weekend and did not attempt a field goal, though could bounce back in Week 13 against an Oakland Raiders squad allowing 25 points per game, which is 23rd in the NFL.
Shaun Draughn did not receive a carry but secured all six of his targets for 49 yards on Sunday against the Miami Dolphins, the second week in a row in which all of his targets have come through the air which has translated to nine receptions for 92 yards and a touchdown, and he hopes to continue to get meaningful touches this week against a Chicago Bears run defense that ranks 14th in production allowed to opposing running backs this season.
Ben Koyack emerged as the starter in Week 12 when Julius Thomas (back) was unavailable, but had just two targets which doesn't bode well for his chances Week 13 against the Denver Broncos' top-ranked passing defense should Thomas remain out.
Even when Jameis Winston is firing on all cylinders, the passing game revolves around Mike Evans, which gives Russell Shepard little value, even this Sunday against the Chargers who’ve allowed the sixth-most receiving yards per game this season.
Pierre Garcon caught all four of his targets for 43 yards in Week 12, the first time since Week 7 that he notched less than six receptions, and will try to bounce back this week against a tough Arizona Cardinals secondary that is seventh in the NFL at limiting production by opposing wide receivers this season.
Devin Funchess can only be as good as the Panthers’ passing game is and right now, it’s not in good enough shape to give him the types of targets he needs to thrive, particularly on Sunday against the Seahawks top-ten fantasy secondary.
Dwayne Allen emerged as an offensive factor (five catches, 49 yards) in Week 12, his most production since Week 5, but he remains in a timeshare with Jack Doyle entering Week 13 on Monday night against the New York Jets.
Matt Barkley was let down by his limited supporting cast in his first start of the season last Sunday, and assuming Jay Cutler (shoulder) remains sidelined, he'll start against a vulnerable 49ers defense that has allowed three or more touchdown passes in four of their last five games.