Answering Week 13's biggest fantasy football questions

Adams has favorable matchup against Bucs secondary (0:41)

Mike Clay says it is a great play to start DaVante Adams, as he has emerged as Brett Hundley's favorite option and faces a struggling Tampa Bay defense. (0:41)

Need some help setting your lineup this week? NFL Nation reporters answer the biggest fantasy questions -- provided by ESPN fantasy football analyst Mike Clay -- across the league for Week 13.

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Dallas Cowboys

What was the most notable fantasy performance from Thursday Night Football -- good or bad?

Alfred Morris looked like he did when he had three straight 1,000-yard seasons for Washington from 2012 to 2014. He was effective, if not overwhelming, in grinding down the Redskins defense with 127 yards on 27 carries and a touchdown. Morris has been solid since taking over for Ezekiel Elliott, and on this night, the Cowboys defense did its part so he could be a big part of the offense in the second half. -- Todd Archer

New York Giants

Do any pass-catchers stand to benefit from the promotion of QB Geno Smith to starter?

Well, the Giants can't be much worse than they were last Thursday against Washington. What Smith brings to the table is an ability to move around and hit more downfield passes. It wouldn't be surprising to see Roger Lewis or Tavarres King make a big play. That's what they can do -- make plays deep downfield. They could be worth a flier. -- Jordan Raanan