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The Shot Caller's Report - Wk 13 Quarterbacks

By Colby Cavaliere | 12/1/22 |
Bye Weeks: Arizona, Carolina
QBs | RBs | WRs

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Dak Prescott

Dak Prescott vs IND

With four straight multi-touchdown games under his belt, Prescott and this Cowboy offense seem to be hitting their stride. They’ve established a balance led by a thunder and lightning running game, and a blossoming talent in CeeDee Lamb. The Colts are still losing, but playing hard, especially on defense against the run where they allow only 3.9 yards-per-carry. Look for Dallas to play the matchup, and pass the ball a bit more this week.

Geno Smith @ LAR

Imagine it’s early August, and I told you Geno Smith would be a worthy starter with your fantasy playoff life on the line. Well ladies and gentlemen, here we are! We’ve been waiting all year for Smith’s Cinderella season to implode, and it simply hasn’t. Smith has thrown for at least two scores in five straight games, and gets an exploitable matchup against a Donald-less Rams defense.

Tua Tagovailoa @ SF

Down multiple starters on the offensive line against the best defense in the NFL? No problem! Don’t get me wrong, San Fran has an elite defense, but they’ve been fortunate to face a mediocre lineup of quarterbacks and offenses. Kansas City and their weapons carved the Niners up in Week 7, and Tua’s quick release, and unrecoverable duo of Waddle and Hill keep me confident he will produce.

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Josh Allen @ NE (Thu)

There’s no arguing that the elbow injury Allen suffered in Week 9 has had a tremendous impact. Since the injury he has a 4-3 touchdown to interception ratio and 250+ rushing yards in the last three games is how he’s maintained QB1 status. The last time he faced the Patriots he had one of the best playoff games of all time, but this is a desperate Pats team at home, and a wounded wing could keep his numbers down.

Matt Ryan @ DAL

Desperate times call for desperate measures, but now is not the time to turn to Ryan with the fantasy playoffs near. The Colts line has been a problem all year, and Ryan has never been confused with being Houdini. The Colts only shot is a heavy dose of Taylor, and hope Ryan stays upright for 60 minutes.

Deshaun Watson @ HOU

After almost two years, Watson is set to make his 2022 debut against a fading Texans team he once called home. With Cleveland’s faint playoff hopes on life support can Watson be the spark the offense needs? I’m skeptical it comes this week. Rust, emotion, and a whole bunch of ill will is simply too much to fight against in his first start.

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