Heading into Week 13 fantasy football, wide receiver Robby Anderson of the New York Jets continues to make a name for himself as a top threat on offense. Start him this week against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Besides making national headlines for asking millions at home to vote him to a Pro Bowl, wide receiver Robby Anderson of the New York Jets is lighting up the scene. He now has a touchdown in each of his last five games and had two this past Sunday against the Carolina Panthers. His fantasy football value is skyrocketing as owners would be wise to continue riding the hot hand and start him this week against the Kansas City Chiefs.
So far this season, Anderson has totaled 717 receiving yards, 41 receptions, and seven touchdowns. His 17.4 average yards per reception speaks volumes on his ability to make big plays and use his speed to great advantage.
Considering how bad the Chiefs defensive secondary has been this season, makes the decision on whether or not to start Anderson a no-brainer. Anderson has finally earned his WR1 status as he is a must-start against the Chiefs.
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Since cornerback Darrelle Revis is back in football and signed a deal last week with the Chiefs, makes this Week 13 matchup even more interesting. How great of a sight would it be to see Anderson burn Revis on a play and take it to the house for a touchdown?
Expect to see Anderson score another touchdown or two as he will once again be put in a position to thrive. The Jets are currently on a two-game losing streak and since the Chiefs are struggling as of late, gives them a shot to beat them at home in MetLife Stadium to get back on track.
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It won’t be easy but Anderson will continue being a force to reckon with. Fantasy football owners that ended up taking a chance on him this season are undoubtedly happy they picked him up since he continues being one of the top wide receivers playing today.