Big 12 fantasy football: Week 13

November, 26, 2013
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Four teams on bye weeks meant a fairly low-scoring Week 13 of the Big 12 fantasy football league, but those missing players weren't much of an issue for Brandon Chatmon.

Thanks to a whopping 45 points from Kansas State WR Tyler Lockett and 36 from Oklahoma State QB Clint Chelf, Chatmon's team put up 125 points to win the league this week.

That's the fourth week he's earned a win this season, and it's a pretty impressive victory considering Brandon did not get any points from running backs this week.

Your usual champion, Jake Trotter, was missing a few key starters and took second place with 92 points. His high scorer this week was Oklahoma RB Brennan Clay, who put up 32 points against Kansas State.

And my team, despite not too many holes in the lineup, finished last with 56 points. The quarterback situation is becoming a real problem again: Daniel Sams, Davis Webb and Blake Bell are my options and none of them scored points.

Here's how the rest of our bye-damaged lineups fared in Week 13:

Brandon Chatmon’s Team

QB Clint Chelf, OSU - 36
RB Tony Pierson, KU - 0
FLEX Marcell Ateman, OSU - 5
WR Tyler Lockett, KSU - 45
WR Jalen Saunders, OU - 9
TE Jimmay Mundine, KU - 2
D Oklahoma State defense - 17
K Michael Hunnicutt, OU - 11
Total: 125

Jake Trotter’s Team

QB Bryce Petty, BAY - 26
RB Brennan Clay, OU - 32
RB Roy Finch, OU - 2
WR Tracy Moore, OSU - 18
WR Sterling Shepard, OU - 9
K Aaron Jones, BAY - 9
Total: 92

Max Olson’s Team

QB Daniel Sams, KSU - 0
RB James Sims, KU - 12
RB Desmond Roland, OSU - 3
FLEX John Hubert, KSU - 1
WR Antwan Goodley, BAY - 17
WR Josh Stewart, OSU - 5
TE E.J. Bibbs, ISU - 7
DEF Oklahoma defense - 11
Total: 56

Season Leaderboard

1. Jake: 1,452
2. Max: 1,389
3. Brandon: 1,272

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Texas/Big 12 reporter

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