This article is part of our Start vs. Sit series.
We're already here. The end of the regular season for most teams. Bowl season is coming (I'm still a huge fan, even as it seems like many fans and players have less enthusiasm for them) and next week we have the conference championships. Before that, though, we have Week 13. It's a huge week for rivalries, and will hopefully be a big week for you in the world of fantasy. It's time for me to get into who you should be starting, and who should be glued to your bench.
Clayton Tune, QB, Houston at UConn
What a nice gift for the Cougars to end their regular season before a matchup with Cincinnati in the AAC title game. Tune was on a nice run where he had 14 passing touchdowns over five games with zero interceptions. In his last game, he threw two picks against Memphis, but he made up for that by rushing for 59 yards and a score to go with a passing touchdown. As for the Huskies, they've allowed 40.4 points per game. Enough said.
Holton Ahlers, QB, East Carolina vs. Cincinnati
Ehlers has six rushing touchdowns, although when he doesn't score he doesn't do a ton with his legs, as he's rushed for 234 yards on 108 carries. He was great last week against Navy (405 passing yards and three touchdowns), but this is a major step up in opponent. Cincinnati is not messing around as it tries to overcome the