First off, I apologize for not posting picks this week. I was in the middle of writing them on Saturday afternoon when frustrating computer problems got in the way. Sorry to readers who have been going with the opposite of my picks all season. They'll be back this week. Now on to the Week 13 All-Fantasy team:
Trent Green: The Chiefs quarterback threw for 297 yards and four touchdowns in Kansas City's win over the Browns. Green has missed most of the year because of injury, but this was certainly the most productive of his four starts in 2006. The Chiefs will look to ride Larry Johnson to the playoffs so don't expect many more games like this from Green.
Reggie Bush: The explosive rookie had a break-out game, accounting for 168 rushing and receiving yards to go along with four touchdowns against the 49ers. Bush caught nine balls for 131 yards and carried 10 times for 37 yards.
Ladell Betts: He had his most productive game since filling in for Clinton Portis, rushing for 155 yards and a touchdown against the Falcons. Betts averaged 5.5 yards per carry vs. Atlanta, but he's only scored twice all season.
Marvin Harrison: The Colts veteran wideout caught seven balls for 172 yards and a touchdown. Harrison was coming off a three-game stretch where he failed to get in the end zone and averaged just 41 yards per game, but he broke out of his funk in a major way against the Titans.
Matt Jones: The Jacksonville wide receiver caught six balls for 128 yards and a touchdown against the Dolphins. Many projected Jones as a solid sleeper candidate entering this year's drafts, but this was his first productive fantasy game all year. He has scored in two straight.
Tony Gonzalez: Kansas City's tight end had nine catches for 105 yards and a pair of touchdowns. He's been the No. 1 tight end this season, and leads all players at his position with 728 yards. Gonzalez will turn 31 in 2007, but he's still one of the best in the game.
Martin Gramatica: The new Cowboys kicker hit three of four field goals against the Giants, including the game-winner. Bill Parcells cut Mike Vanderjagt last week in favor of Gramatica. His decision looked like the right one on Sunday.
Bears defense: Check out this line from Chicago's win against the Vikings: five turnovers, two touchdowns, a safety and three sacks. The Bears have been the No. 1 fantasy defense this season, with the Ravens coming in at No. 2.