Fantasy Football Projections Week 13: Wide Receivers

Who is looking good at wide receiver for Week 13? We project five good ones.

DeSean Jackson (vs. HOU) - We've got to go with Jackson this week. He's already a formidable threat when teamed up with Michael Vick, but this week he gets the pleasure of facing the Texans secondary. That's enough to make any receiver a fantasy star, so Jackson should feast.
Projection: 110 yds, 2 TD

Dwayne Bowe (vs DEN) - No one has been hotter than Bowe, the guy is a points machine. A few weeks ago he tore up the Denver secondary to the tune of 186 yards and two touchdowns. Denver will probably do a better job of containing him this time, but he still should produce big.
Projection: 106 yds, 2 TD

Brandon Lloyd (@ KC) - On the flip side of the KC-Denver matchup is Brandon Lloyd, he had 90 yards and two scores the last time these two teams met. Lloyd has been hot, no reason that shouldn't continue.
Projection: 99 yds, 1 TD

Roddy White (@ TB)  - Tampa Bay controlled White the first time the two teams met, and White has cooled off in recent weeks. It might be due to his knee problems, but he seems healthy now and we expect a quality performance.
Projection: 91 yds, 1 TD

Greg Jennings (vs. SF) - Jennings has been solid all year and has really started to produce recently. The Packers offense will score and Jennings will be a big part of that.
Projection: 89 yds, 1 TD

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