The end of the Fantasy Football season is drawing to a close, but that doesn't make the fantasy football Waiver Wire any less important. As we start heading toward the playoffs, the importance of roster composition increases exponentially. That should mean fantasy owners pay more attention to the waiver wire, not less. Let's take a look at a few players that should be targeted in week 13 of fantasy football.

1. Cardinals TE Ricky Seals-Jones (1.6% Ownership)

In the last two weeks, a player nobody had heard of scored three touchdowns. He clearly has a rapport with quarterback Blaine Gabbert, and Seals-Jones will be a valuable asset at a weak tight end position.

Definitely add him from the waiver wire in week 13.

2. Buccaneers RB Jacquizz Rodgers (6% Ownership)

This is a purely short term addition, as Doug Martin will likely only be out in week 13 with a reported concussion. Still, Rodgers should be an excellent fantasy start against a Packers team that has been one of the worst in the league at defending the run this year.

3. Raiders D/ST (14% Ownership)

The Raiders fantasy defense has been one of the worst in fantasy this year, but that doesn't change the fact that Geno Smith will be starting at quarterback for the Giants in week 13. Have you seen Geno Smith play football? Be prepared to watch this defense have a huge day.

4. Buffalo WR Zay Jones (10.5% Ownership)

The Bills passing attack isn't very good, but Jones has become the clear cut top target with Kelvin Benjamin out. In a week 13 game against the Patriots, the Bills are going to have to throw the ball, and that means targets for Zay. He's a good speculative start this week against New England and worth the add for his future production as well.

5. Jacksonville WR Dede Westbrook (8.9% Ownership)

The Jaguars wide receiver has made the most of his NFL games thus far, and was targeted 10 times last week against the Cardinals. The Jaguars aren't looking to pass that much, but Westbrook appears to be the biggest part of the Jacksonville passing game right now. He has value, and is worth an add on the waiver wire.

6. Raiders WR Seth Roberts (0.3% Ownership)

Without Michael Crabtree for the next two games and Amari Cooper out, Roberts becomes the top receiver on a Raiders offense that loves to pass the ball. That makes Roberts absolutely worth the speculative add, and it may be worth adding Cordarelle Patterson, another Raiders wide receiver, if you have weak depth at the position.