Fantasy Football Week 13 Start 'Em Or Sit 'Em: Tim Tebow's Interesting Dilemma

With the playoffs breathing down our fantasy necks, every roster decision is crucial. Some advice for Week 13 start and sit decisions.

Week 13 starts tonight, so be sure to set your rosters if you have players on the Philadelphia Eagles or the Seattle Seahawks.This week, running back injuries are playing a big part in the start and sit decisions. You can follow the injury list here. Outside of injuries, start and sit decisions are made in part by how hot a player has been, and who the player is matched up against that week. For some help, we turn to numberfire.com.

Start

Tebowmania is as strong as ever. This week presents an interesting matchup for Tim Tebow. The Vikings defense is very good against the run, but terrible against the pass. Will Tebow do some damage through the air? The computer likes his chances. With Michael Vick ruled out tonight, the computer likes his backup Vince Young in a game against Seattle. The Raiders defense gives up a lot of fantasy points to running backs, so Reggie Bush is in line for a start.

Sit

Projections are low for Carson Palmer against Miami, and the computer doesn't like the Brandon Jacobs matchup with the Packers. Steven Jackson against a very tough San Francisco 49ers defense is a tough call but expect his output to be down if you play him.

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