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What We Learned in Week 13

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Deshaun Watson was underwhelming in his debut

Deshaun Watson's controversial debut came against his old team, a considerably favorable matchup for the returning QB, but it was anything but spectacular for Watson. Watson struggled to move the ball accurately, going 13/22 with 1 Int, and could not make magic on the ground either. The Browns defense saved the day for Watson, but fans and managers alike are both disappointed with Watson's performance. It was his first game in two years so some rust is expected though. His potential is worth keeping him, but his performance is worth monitoring.

D'Andre Swift looks like himself

Swift finally found his rhythm since coming back from injury, and it looks as if the Lions are finally willing to give him his full workload. The back took his 18 touches into 111 yards and a touchdown, reestablishing himself as a PPR gem for backs. Swift may not have blown up like we have seen him do in the past, but this workload looks like his blowup game is coming soon.

Josh Jacobs looks the the RB1

Jacobs dominated again in Week 13, and not only is he a top back, he is THE top back right now, Henry and CMC have both been very productive this year, but it is hard to disregard Jacobs after his 6th game with over 140 rushing yards this year, This also came a week after Jacobs totaled over 300 yards of offense himself. Jacobs came into a contract year with a chip on his shoulder, and he is terrorizing defenders because of it.

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