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Fantasy Football start/sit, Week 13: New York Giants edition

Which New York Giants to start or sit on your Fantasy Football team this week.

Martellus Bennett makes a catch against Green Bay
Martellus Bennett makes a catch against Green Bay
Rich Schultz

It is time for our weekly look at which New York Giants to start or sit on your Fantasy Football teams for Week 13 of the NFL season. We'll go player-by-player with the guys who could impact your teams.

Eli Manning, QB -- After a few down weeks Manning returned with a vengeance last week, tossing three touchdown passes against the Green Bay Packers. I say this all the time, but if you have Manning on your roster I doubt you have a better option at quarterback. START

Ahmad Bradshaw, RB -- Bradshaw's feet are a mess, he barely ever practices and you keep thinking that his days are numbered as a primary feature back in the NFL. In fact, they may be. He showed last week, however, that he can still get the job done and with the season-ending injury to Andre Brown his workload could increase -- especially around the goal line. START

David Wilson, RB -- Does your team need a running back? Wilson is a guy to pick up if he is available in your league. The rookie will be the replacement for Brown and, after being a spare part for the Giants so far this season, he will now feature much more prominently. Could be a good sleeper pick if you have room for a second back in your lineup. START

Martellus Bennett, TE -- His production has slowed since the beginning of the season. Still, his 39 receptions is more than starting tight end Jake Ballard had for the Giants last season. His role around the goal line could increase with Brown out. START

Victor Cruz, WR -- Teams are paying so much attention to him these days that he isn't making quite as many splash plays as he did a year ago. Still, this is Victor Cruz and if you leave him on your bench you are nuts. START

Hakeem Nicks, WR -- Nicks still isn't fully healthy, but the foot and knee issues have not stopped him from having two productive games in a row. START

You might also consider Rueben Randle if you have him on your roster, but I'm not sure I would be putting the rookie in your lineup just yet.