Fantasy Football Week 13 Waiver Wire: Roy Helu Secures Starter Spot

Week 13 means we are getting close to the playoffs in fantasy football, who can help on the waiver wire?

Thursday Game: Philadelphia Eagles @ Seattle Seahawks

We're coming down to the wire for fantasy football in 2011. Many leagues will be starting their playoffs next week, a few might even be gearing up this week. For teams in the playoff hunt, every move is vital. So let's get some waiver wire advice for Week 13. We turn to numberfire.com for some stats on who is hot and who is not.

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If you're super desperate for a quarterback, Kyle Orton will be in contention for the starting job for the Kansas City Chiefs. Over in Washington, Roy Helu has done a nice job of grabbing the Redskins lead back role and might be a good option for flex plays and injury substitutions. Lance Moore is seeing more action from Drew Brees over the past month.

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With Peyton Hillis and Montario Hardesty both back, Chris Ogbonnaya is no longer valuable to Cleveland, or fantasy owners. Jackie Battle was once a hot add earlier in the season, but he's slowly been losing steam and is all but out of power in Kansas City.

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