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What to do with Dez Bryant, Devin Duvernay in Week 13 fantasy football

We go over the fantasy football outlook of Dez Bryant with Willie Snead on Covid-19 IR ahead of the Ravens’ Week 13 matchup against the Cowboys.

Wide receiver Dez Bryant #88 of the Baltimore Ravens lines up against the Tennessee Titans during the second half at M&T Bank Stadium on November 22, 2020 in Baltimore, Maryland. Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images

UPDATE: Dez Bryant has been scratched at the last minute due to a last-minute positive Covid-19 test.

The Baltimore Ravens host the Dallas Cowboys to close out Week 13, and we get a fun little reunion in this one. Ravens wide receiver Dez Bryant gets to face off against the team where he established himself. You’ve got to think he’ll have a little added motivation this week.

It’s all the more significant because Bryant could see a sizable boost in playing time this week. Fellow Ravens receiver Willie Snead was placed on the Covid-19 injured reserve list and has not been removed from the list in time to be eligible for this game.

Marquise Brown is the Ravens top receiver, and normally Snead is his running mate. With Snead and Mark Andrews both on the Covid-19 IR list, Bryant and Devin Duvernay look to get a boost in playing time and targets.

Fantasy Football analysis: Ravens WRs Dez Bryant, Devin Duvernay

Bryant caught four passes for 28 yards in Week 11, but then neither of his two targets in Week 12. Duvernay has not had any big games, but has had some modest performances. Last week, he had three receptions for 20 yards

Neither has done enough to justify any kind of regular use, but this week is an interesting one with Andrews and Snead sidelined. If you are stuck on a last second decision, Bryant and Duvernay both have some modest PPR value.