Week 13 NFL Survivor Pool: Advance by Picking on Poor Opponents

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Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports. Pictured: San Francisco 49ers running back Matt Breida (22) and tight end George Kittle (85)

  • With options dwindling, NFL survivor pool players should focus on poor opponents to survive Week 13.
  • Based on The Action Network's NFL simulations and survivor-pool pick percentages, we offer the best pick for Week 13.

Welcome to Week 13 of your NFL survivor pool. While I was knocked out a couple of weeks ago, I’m still here to analyze the best choices of the week and help win your pool.

There are some interesting choices this week, so let’s jump right in. Here are the projected win percentages for every game remaining in the season:

I normally look for teams with a win percentage of 70% or higher, but late in the season I know options become limited so I listed the top eight teams for the week and their key statistics.

I’ve also weighted Yahoo’s pick percentages more as the season has progressed. There are clearly a bunch of ESPN users who set their picks before the season and never check them again.

Here are the top options for Week 13:

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