Atlanta Falcons fantasy football outlook entering Week 13

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Nov 29, 2015; Atlanta, GA, USA; Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Nick Williams (15) catches a touchdown pass in the fourth quarter of their game against the Minnesota Vikings at the Georgia Dome. The Vikings won 20-10. Mandatory Credit: Jason Getz-USA TODAY Sports

Justin Hardy (2 catches, 21 receiving yards: 2.1 points): The ECU product could end up becoming a fine No. 2 receiver for the Falcons in the future. He’s worth a pick up in dynasty leagues.

Nick Williams (3 catches, 16 receiving yards, 1 touchdown: 7.6 points): Nick Williams showed out in the preseason and has become sort of a fan favorite, earning a role on the team. He got his first touchdown of the season, but he doesn’t play enough to warrant any fantasy football consideration.

Shayne Graham (1-1 PAT, 1 FG made 30-39): Shayne Graham was brought in to replace the injured Matt Bosher, and he did his job: converting on his only field goal and extra point. With how bad the offense has been, however, no Falcons kicker should get any consideration for your roster.

Devonta Freeman (injured): Freeman missed this game due to a concussion, but coach Dan Quinn said after the match that he should be able to participate in drills this week. The situation is quite simple here: If Freeman can go, he’s an RB1.

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