Fantasy Football Week 13: Projection for Rob Gronkowski against Bills

FOXBORO, MA - NOVEMBER 26: Rob Gronkowski
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In Week 13 of the fantasy football season, owners will be trying to get some important wins end the season. What can they expect from New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski against the Bills?

As the fantasy football season comes to an end, owners will be seeking to earn victories in what is a very important Week 13. One of the games that owners will be is watching is the matchup between the New England Patriots and Buffalo Bills.

As always, the Patriots are expected to be one of the highest scoring teams this week. For fantasy owners of tight end Rob Gronkowski, this appears to be a matchup that he can thrive in.

For owners of Gronkowski, he has certainly paid off this season. While injuries slowed Gronkowski down last season, owners that took a bit of a risk on him this season have been rewarded nicely.

Gronkowski has regained his spot as the best tight end in the NFL, as he is having a monster season once again. In 2016, Gronkowski has totaled 46 receptions, 702 receiving yards, and seven receiving touchdowns.

Last week, Gronkowski was able to have a huge game against the Miami Dolphins. In the win, Gronkowski totaled five receptions, 82 receiving yards, and two receiving touchdowns. One of the great things about Gronkowski this season has been his consistency. Since Week 1, Gronkowski has been able to total at least three receptions in each game, as he has avoided having a total dud of a game.

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In Week 13, Gronkowski will be facing a Bills team that is ranked in the middle of the pack in terms of fantasy points allowed to tight ends. Like Tom Brady, Gronkowski is talented enough to earn the matchup-proof label. With the Patriots seeking a big road win, don’t be surprised to see Brady look to his most reliable target often in this game.

Week 13 fantasy projection: six receptions and 80 receiving yards.