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Where has the time gone? It’s already Week 12 in the NFL Fantasy season and hopefully, all of you have clinched a playoff birth in your season-long leagues! If not, we’ve been on an absolute roll in our NFL DFS Cash Games and will continue this run again in Week 12.

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My articles will be mainly meant for DraftKings, but you can certainly use this information for other DFS websites. Please check back in on Saturday/Sunday morning for potential NFL DFS Cash Games updates!

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Some notes on what I believe to be the “optimal” roster build for NFL DFS Cash Games. I’ll include this in all the Checkdown articles moving forward. For Week 12, please see below for my notes on roster construction:

  • I don’t like a lot of the “value” plays at the WR position. Lock in your one or two studs and ensure you get a high-floor, mid-tier priced WR2 and WR3.
  • It doesn’t look like there will be any crazy chalk “free-square” type of plays this week at first glance.
  • My cash build for Week 12 will start with Alvin Kamara being locked in.
  • No QB is priced over $7k. There should be no issues playing whoever you want at this position.
  • If you cannot afford McCaffrey, don’t fret. I love these mid-tier running backs that have guaranteed volume.

NFL DFS Cash Games Quarterbacks

  1. Russell Wilson ($6,800) – If Lockett is healthy, is there a better cash game quarterback than Russel Wilson going up against a pass-funnel defense like Philadelphia? Wilson is as safe as they come.
  2. Matt Ryan ($6,700) – Matt Ryan at home against arguably the worst pass defense in the NFL. This game opened up with a total of 52 points, which is by far the highest on the slate. Matt Ryan should explode in this spot as we saw they don’t really have a running game without Devonta Freeman.
  3. Jameis Winston ($6,200) – He’s risky, we know that. But, even when Jameis Winston lays an egg and throws four interceptions, he still finds a way to get to that 300-yard passing bonus on DraftKings. This game will shoot out.
  4. Derek Carr ($6,100) – There is some value here with Derek Carr going up against a slow Jets’ secondary who ranks 24th in pass DVOA. I don’t love this spot, but the Jets’ rushing defense has been incredible all year long and the Raiders are extremely motivated to win football games right now.

    Assuming Gruden attacks the Jets at their weak spot (the secondary), Carr should be able to hit value for us in cash games.
  5. Baker Mayfield ($5,900) – Keeping this simple – Miami’s defense is awful. I’m assuming the Browns come out and make a statement in this game after last week’s antics. Mayfield should have no issues hitting value in this matchup.

NFL DFS Cash Games Running Backs

  1. Christian McCaffrey ($10,500) – Do we need to say anything about Christian McCaffrey?
  2. Alvin Kamara ($8,200) – Alvin Kamara is by far my number one play at the running back position this week and should be a staple in your cash lineups against one of the worst rush defenses in the NFL.
  3. Nick Chubb ($8,100) – Even with the acquisition of Kareem Hunt, Chubb still saw 27 touches last week. The price is steep, but the matchup is prime. I prefer Kamara at this price point, but Chubb is certainly in play for cash and GPP formats in Week 12.
  4. Ezekiel Elliott ($7,500) – This is a great price on Elliott. The floor should always be there, and this matchup against the Patriots is nothing to be afraid of. They sit right in the middle of the NFL in run DVOA. With the assumption Elliott gets 20+ touches, he is in play for cash games.
  5. Jaylen Samuels ($7,200) – James Conner is likely out for this matchup against Cincinatti so it should be an all systems go for Samuels. I don’t love anything he’s done as a ball carrier this year, but his activity in the passing game is hard to ignore against a team that bleeds catches to opposing running backs (and has a poor rush defense in general).

    With a banged up wide receiving core (Johnson and Smith-Schuster both are likely to be out), Samuels should have his hands full in Week 12.

  6. Derrick Henry ($6,900) – Henry is going to be a staple in the cash game article at this price. Tennessee loves to run the ball and there is no one on the Titans who is taking quality snaps away from Derrick Henry. The Jaguars rank 24th in run DVOA and my early projections have Henry with 22 carries for 124 all-purpose yards and a touchdown.
  7. Le’Veon Bell ($6,400) – Bell has been somewhat a model of consistency in PPR formats this year. We have really seen a blowup game from Bell like we remember from his days in Pittsburgh (and we probably never will), but he’s consistently getting to double digits on DraftKings. On the other side, Oakland has been giving up an average of ~27 points a week over the past month. Bell should be safe for 15+ and is more than cash viable at this price point.
  8. James White ($5,300) – If you need 10-points at the flex spot in cash this week, James White is your guy. White has ONE game with less than 10 DraftKings points and it was last week when he finished with 9.6… His upside is limited, but the floor will be there.
  9. Phillip Lindsay ($5,200) – Attacking this Buffalo run defense is something that has paid dividends throughout the 2019 NFL season. Buffalo ranks 27th in run DVOA and at this price, how can you not like Phillip Lindsay? This game is going to be slow-paced and ugly, but at $5,200, I have no problem rostering Lindsay in cash with the assumption he gets 14+ carries and a few catches.

Wide Receivers

  1. Julio Jones ($8,000) – I love Matt Ryan this week so I obviously love his pass catchers. I’ll 100% have some exposure to the Falcons’ offense in cash this week.
  2. Chris Godwin ($7,300) – Clearly, I love getting exposure to this Bucs vs. Falcons game on Sunday. Godwin is reasonably priced and is due for another smash game that we saw earlier in the year. Slot receivers have crushed Atlanta all season long and Godwin may be one of the best they face all year.
  3. Odell Beckham Jr. ($7,000) – No one in Miami’s secondary can contain Odell Beckham. This is the week he goes off and finally pays off for all of you who drafted him in the first or second round of your fantasy drafts. Beckham is my WR1 on the board this week.
  4. Calvin Ridley ($6,500) – The price has risen on Ridley and rightfully so. Assuming Austin Hooper misses another game, Ridley should be in a prime spot to continue his recent production in the Atlanta offense. I have no problem if you pay the premium for Calvin Ridley this week.
  5. D.J. Chark ($6,400) – Chark is becoming a star in the NFL. He is by far the best receiver on this Jacksonville team and will be representing them in the pro bowl this winter. I always love to pick on the Titans’ banged-up secondary, so feel free to roll out Chark in your cash lineup this week. Chris Conley ($4,100) will be my only Jacksonville WR I target in cash games. He’ll see a lot of LeShaun Sims and should have no problem hitting value in that matchup.
  6. Golden Tate ($5,700) – No idea why he isn’t priced up in the mid $6k range… Bears’ slot corner, Buster Skrine is awful, and Tate has become the most effective weapon on this Giants’ offense lately. This is a nice value for a player who is a lock for 15+ DraftKings points.
  7. James Washington ($5,000) – I touched earlier on the likelihood that JuJu Smith-Schuster and Diontae Johnson miss this game on Sunday against the Bengals. Who else is there to throw to in Pittsburgh? If you don’t love Jaylen Samuels, go to James Washington or the other Pittsburgh pass-catcher I’ll get to later in this article.
  8. Tim Patrick ($3,000) – Alright, here is where we have some fun. Tim Patrick made a helluva return last week in Minnesota and made his presence felt for that Denver offense. Patrick draws an exceptional matchup in Buffalo against Levi Wallace and potentially Taron Johnson (if Patrick moves inside). There’s a good chance I have a lot of Tim Patrick this week.

Tight Ends

  1. Zach Ertz ($6,000) – Ertz is always in play for cash games. He is the best receiver on the Eagles’ offense and should continue to see 10+ targets like he has the past two games.
  2. Darren Waller ($5,700) – Always a good idea to get pass catchers against the Jets’ in your lineups. I won’t be on Waller this week, but he is 100% cash viable.
  3. Vance McDonald ($3,500) – If Smith-Schuster and Diontae Johnson are out for this game, McDonald gets a massive bump up in my model and will be locked into my main cash lineup.

Defense/Special Teams

  1. Pittsburgh Steelers ($4,000)
  2. Cleveland Browns ($3,800)
  3. Buffalo Bills ($3,400)
  4. Detroit Lions ($3,100)
  5. Denver Broncos ($2,400)
  6. Cincinatti Bengals ($2,100) – Punt play for price, but Pittsburgh has a lot of injuries right now, and this is a divisional game that shouldn’t get out of hand.

NFL DFS Cash Games – Sample Lineup

QB: Matt Ryan
RB: Jaylen Samuels
RB: Alvin Kamara
WR: Odell Beckham Jr.
WR: Golden Tate
WR: Chris Conley
TE: Vance McDonald
FLEX: Phillip Lindsay
DST: Denver Broncos

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Hopefully you all enjoyed a solid week of cashing in Week Nine NFL DFS GPP tournaments! We have another slimmer player pool to choose from coming up in Week 10 with only 10 games on the main slate. Let’s keep it rolling!

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The purpose of this weekly article is to identify team/game stacks that we are going to use for an NFL DFS GPP. For those of you that don’t know, a “team stack” is simply multiple players from the same team (I rarely ever use more than three players on a given team).

A “game stack” is similar, except we are going to use players from both teams in a given game. Focusing on team stacks and game stacks is incredibly useful in the NFL DFS GPP environment. That being said, let’s get to this week’s top NFL DFS stacks for DraftKings!

Top NFL DFS GPP Game Stacks

Arizona Cardinals @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-4.5) O/U (51)

If you’re looking for an up-paced game to stack in Week 10 DFS, look no further. Both of these defenses sit in the top three for fantasy points allowed per game on DraftKings and both of these offenses love to play fast. All signs point to a shootout here and I’ll be heavily invested on getting exposure to this game. Better yet, it’s not too difficult to figure out where the production is going to come from.

In terms of game stacks, this looks like it’s the only game I want to fully invest in for my main NFL DFS GPP lineups. I’m going to have a rather narrow player pool this week and really take a stance on where I want to go for exposure (outside of obvious one-offs).

Arizona Cardinals

  • Kyler Murray ($6,500)
  • Christian Kirk ($5,200)
  • Larry Fitzgerald ($5,500)
  • David Johnson ($5,700) – Personally, I’ll be underweight on these AZ running backs. I don’t want to guess on who is going to get the most opportunity and the Tampa Bay run defense is stout. Leave these RBs to larger field GPPs or MME style of DFS.
  • Kenyan Drake ($5,500) – See above.

Tampa Bay Bucanneers

  • Chris Godwin ($7,400)
  • Mike Evans ($7,600)
  • Ronald Jones ($4,300)
  • Jameis Winston ($6,800)
  • Breshad Perriman ($3,000) – Excellent punt play if you have to save some salary but still get exposure to this game. Over 60% snap share in the past two weeks and starting to get some targets.
  • Cameron Brate ($3,700) & O.J. Howard ($3,300) – Not sure you want to mess with either of these tight ends, but they are playing the Cardinals’ defense, who bleed points to opposing tight ends.

Top NFL DFS GPP Team Stacks

New Orleans Saints

No surprise here that we are extremely interested in the New Orleans Saints’ offense at home in the dome, against the Falcons. EVERYONE torches the Falcons in 2019 and this game will be no different. The Falcons defense is brutal in all aspects of the game, but I really like to pick on them with opposing quarterbacks and wide receivers (their secondary ranks dead last in coverage according to Pro Football Focus).

The Saints have an implied team total of 32 points, which is almost five points higher than anyone else on the board. They are a 13-point favorite against Atlanta, so there are certainly blowout concerns that lead to a run-heavy, second half game script.

I still strongly believe Drew Brees and Michael Thomas are the best duo to pair together this week in DFS. They’ll still have their chances to do damage and hit value for our lineups. At this time, I’m not sure I really want to play anyone on the Atlanta side of the ball besides Austin Hooper and a few shares of Julio Jones, Matt Ryan, and Calvin Ridley. You can definitely game stack this game as you know Atlanta will have to pass a ton.

  • Michael Thomas ($8,300)
  • Drew Brees ($6,700)
  • Tedd Ginn Jr. ($3,700)
  • Alvin Kamara ($8,200) – Too expensive in my opinion unless we hear news that he won’t be splitting snaps with Latavius Murray. Which I don’t see as a feasible game-plan.
  • Latavius Murray ($7,300) – Time share concerns? One of these running backs is going to score a touchdown or two.
  • Jared Cook ($4,100) – Large field GPPs.
  • New Orleans Saints DST ($3,700)

Kansas City Chiefs

It appears Patrick Mahomes will be returning this week so needless to say, we are going to be interested in the Chiefs’ offense. If you’ve been reading the articles the last couple of weeks, you know I love to pick on the Titans’ secondary (who are now missing Malcolm Butler with injury). If Mahomes is a go, this is a matchup we should be licking our chops for.

As of now, it looks like the public is not going too heavy on the Chiefs’ offense this week. Let’s buy in while the ownership is down.

  • Tyreek Hill ($7,700) – We loved Mike Evans in Week Eight in this matchup and he went off. We loved D.J. Moore in this matchup last week and he went off. Tyreek Hill is more explosive and a better route runner than both of them…
  • Patrick Mahomes ($7,000)
  • Travis Kelce ($6,400)
  • Sammy Watkins ($5,100)
  • Damien Williams ($4,900) – 70%+ snap share last week. I want to have a share of Kansas City in every GPP lineup I make this week. If I’m not using Mahomes and a pass catcher(s) in a lineup, I’ll have Damien Williams in there.

Baltimore Ravens

It’s hard to overlook the Ravens’ offense this week in an absolute smash matchup against the Bengals with an implied total of 28 points. We have blowout concerns as the Ravens are favored by 10 points on the road, but you can always consider Lamar Jackson and the Ravens’ offense against a sieve defense (who ranks around the third worst in terms of passing and running defense DVOA).

  • Lamar Jackson ($7,300)
  • Marquise Brown ($5,100) – Great price for a home-run type of DFS play.
  • Mark Ingram ($7,100)
  • Mark Andrews ($5,200)
  • Willie Snead ($4,000)

Sample NFL DFS GPP Lineup

QB: Kyler Murray
RB: Christian McCaffrey
RB: Ronald Jones

WR: Christian Kirk
WR: Chris Godwin
WR: Marquise Brown
TE: Mike Gesicki
FLEX: David Montgomery
DST: Pittsburgh Steelers

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It’s time for Week 9 DFS recommendations for the Sunday main slate. I’m focusing on tight ends (TEs) and defenses (DSTs) that will help you win some green!

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Week9 DFS Tight End Cash Game Plays 

Travis Kelce, KC vs. MIN

FD ($6,700)         DK ($6,900) 

It’s a stark reality that most TEs just aren’t that reliable in DFS, but Kelce (65 targets, 42-604-2 this season) is about as automatic for 10+ fantasy points as you can get. He’s got only one game this season (9.8 DK points in Week 8 against the Texans) where he didn’t reach that mark – but he was darn close, and he said he was disgusted with his performance vs. Green Bay. The Vikings have a solid defense but are middle of the roads vs. TEs, and even with one more week of Matt Moore under center for the Chiefs, Kelce is one of the two best cash game plays.

DarrenWaller, OAK vs. DET

FD ($6,800)         DK ($6,300) 

Waller didn’t have a great week last Sunday (he caught just two of eight targets for 11 yards and a touchdown), a result of constant attention from the Houston defense, though his score salvaged what would have been a DFS disaster. The matchup is much better for Week 9 DFS against a Lions defense that ranks 27th against TEs. Waller is still seeing plentiful targets, so he’s about as safe as it gets for cash games.

Week9 DFS Tight End GPP Plays

Hunter Henry, LAC vs. GB

FD ($6,400)          DK ($6,000)

The Chargers TE is oneof the top GPP plays, as he’s a consensus Top 5 five this week. With 23 targetsover his past three games, Henry is an elite GPP play with multi-TD upsidefacing the Packers.

JimmyGraham, GB at LAC

FD ($6,000)          DK ($4,300)

The veteran TE is a huge bargain on DK but makes for a solid GPP play on both sites. There’s 15-20 point upside, which is actually a pretty high mark this week given the player pool. He’s worth a look in Week 9 DFS because of the matchup and his QB – but Graham’s play this season has been streaky. He’s pretty far down the list in the consensus Week 9 rankings, so his ownership shouldn’t be too high.

GregOlsen, CAR vs. TEN

FD ($5,300)         DK ($3,500) 

Olsen had a solid start with two monster games in his first three weeks, but he’s been held scoreless over his past four appearances. He dealt with a back injury in late September, but hasn’t had a designation in a while and is facing a Titans defense that’s yielded plenty of scores to opposing TEs. He’s an under-the-radar GPP play in a decent matchup.

ZachErtz, PHI vs. CHI

FD ($6,000)         DK ($4,700) 

The main slate ismissing several of the game’s best TEs due to prime-time affairs or bye weeks,so we’re going to have to take chances in GPPs, and Ertz is a huge risk at themoment – with three straight games scoring fewer than 10 DK points and just oneTD on the season. The price has come down on DK to a point that’s reasonable,and his upside makes me comfortable rolling him out in GPPs – even against theBears.

Week9 DFS Tight End Punt Plays 

JonnuSmith, TEN at CAR

FD ($5,500)         DK ($3,800) 

With fellow Titans TE Delanie Walker (ankle) ruled out, Smithdraws another start in Week 9 against the Panthers, and while the matchup istougher than last week, I’m going right back to the well following his 6-78-1 (onseven targets) performance.

EricEbron, IND at PIT

FD ($5,200)         DK ($3,600) 

Ebron has been a hit-or-miss fantasy option this season,but he’s in a good spot against the Steelers. He’s mired in a timeshare attight end with Jack Doyle, but has at least three targets in every game this seasonand has scored over 10 DK points in three contests – the three he caught TDpasses in. It’s possible he and Doyle will both get more targets in the comingweeks with T.Y. Hilton slated to miss time, even if their upside is limited abit with both TEs healthy.

RyanGriffin, NYJ at MIA

FD ($5,000)         DK ($3,400) 

Griffin has been one of the lone bright spots these pastcouple weeks for the Jets, and he’s coming off his best game of the season, atwo-touchdown performance against the Jaguars (4-66-2). I keep hearing talkthat Griffin will be relegated to a backup role once Chris Herndon returns fromhis hamstring injury, which could be as soon as this week in Miami, but Herndonis still a 50-50 shot to play. If he sits, Griffin is an option.

T.J.Hockenson, DET at OAK

FD ($5,000)         DK ($3,700) 

The rookie tight end hasbeen relatively quiet lately, with just four catches in his last two weeks, butthat could change versus an Oakland defense that’s 28th against TEs. He’s stillgot 15-20 point upside but is a TD-dependent option who’s fine for GPPs.

Additional Week 9 DFS GPP and punt options:

Cameron Brate, TB at SEA (FD $5,100, DK $3,100)

Jack Doyle, IND at PIT (FD $5,000, DK $3,000)

Trey Burton, CHI at PHI (FD $4,800, DK $2,900)

Anthony Firkser, TEN at CAR (FD $4,700, DK $2,500)

Noah Fant, DEN vs. CLE (FD $4,600, DK $3,000)

Foster Moreau, OAK at HOU (FD $4,900, DK $2,600)

Week 9 DFS DST Cash Game Plays 

BuffaloBills (BUF vs. WAS)

FD ($5,000)         DK ($3,800) 

The Bills have disappointed us as the chalk DST before, but they’ve been serviceable against bad offenses, and this week they have a great home matchup against Washington. They’re relatively safe, have some upside, and Washington has just a 13-point implied total – the lowest of Week 9 – with turnover-prone rookie Dwayne Haskins starting at QB. The Bills DST should rebound in a big way.

PhiladelphiaEagles (PHI vs. CHI)

FD ($4,600)         DK ($3,000) 

Considering the Bears have one of the worst offenses in football and the Eagles defensive unit has been solid, I’m giving the Eagles the green light in cash games this week. Philly’s DST dropped 35 DK points on the Jets in Week 5, and they have similar upside this week against Mitchell Trubisky and the Bears.

DenverBroncos (DEN vs. CLE)

FD ($4,300)         DK ($2,900) 

If you’re looking for a cheap defense to play in cashgames, the Broncos face a turnover-prone Browns team at Mile High, where they usuallyplay a lot better as a unit. Give them a look if you’re in a salary crunch foryour lineup’s final spot.

Week9 DFS DST GPP Plays

SeattleSeahawks (SEA vs. TB)

FD ($4,900)         DK ($3,600) 

Seattle faces a Bucs team that’s got an implied total of 24.5 points, but Jameis Winston has thrown seven INTs over his past two weeks, making them a great GPP play. The secondary does have some issues with depth – last Sunday they were missing Tre Flowers, Quandre Diggs among others, and saw just a handful of snaps from Bradley McDougald. Those recurring injury problems and the implied total make them a little riskier for cash, but they’re one of my top tournament plays of Week 9.

GreenBay Packers (GB at LAC)

FD ($4,400)         DK ($3,400) 

The Packers were an under-the-radar DST for a while, and now’sthey’re one of the top defenses thanks to stellar play from the entire unit, especiallyZa’Darius Smith and Preston Smith at LB. And they have Darnell Savage back atsafety – which gives them a big boost. I’ll have some Aaron Jones/GB DSTlineups in GPPs.

NewYork Jets (NYJ at MIA)

FD ($4,600)         DK ($3,500) 

The Jets defense is a bit of a mess right now with a lot ofbackup players forced into starting roles, but the matchup versus Miami means wehave to consider them.

ChicagoBears (CHI at PHI)

FD ($4,400)          DK ($2,900)

The Bears DST came into the season a juggernaut, had acouple monster games in weeks 3 and 4, and now is struggling to make a bigsplash because of how poorly the offense is playing. They’re under $3K on DKnow, and the Eagles offensive line is in disarray, so that’s enough for me toconsider them in DFS.

ClevelandBrowns (CLE at DEN)

FD ($4,300)         DK ($3,100) 

The Browns get to face an untested QB, and they still havean effective pass rush and decent cornerbacks – so I’m buying some shares in Week9. A risk as a road play, but one with plenty of upside.

Week9 DFS DST Punt Plays 

Carolina Panthers CAR vs. TEN)

FD ($4,000)         DK ($2,800) 

The Panthers are cheap and their opponent, the Titans, havean implied total under 20 – making this one of the bets matchups of Week 9. Don’toverthink it.

MiamiDolphins (MIA vs. NYJ)

FD ($3,600)         DK ($2,700) 

The Dolphins defense has its moments – and so does SamDarnold the Ghost Whisperer. Seriously, though, we can make a case for theDolphins DST even in full tank mode based solely on the awfulness of the Jets.

WashingtonRedskins (WAS at BUF)

FD ($3,000)         DK ($1,800) 

The ultimate punt, it shouldn’t be hard for this team to make 4x or 5x value at the $1,800 price tag. I like Josh Allen, but he’s far from perfect, and has been known to throw ‘em to the opposition.

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Focused on TEs, here, I will go with Kelce, Ertz and Olsen for a goal of 17.5 at 2x.

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It’s Week 5 DFS for the NFL, and there are plenty of viable TE and DST plays to get us in the money for cash games and GPPs. Let’s fire up the DFS engines and get you the picks you need to take down the tourneys and better your opponents.

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Week 5 DFS Tight End NFL — Cash Game Plays 

Zach Ertz, PHI vs. NYJ

FD ($6,600)        DK ($6,000

While the Eagles receiving corps is getting healthier, Ertz remains a much-utilized target within Philly’s offense. Through four games, he’s seen the most targets among TEs (38) and racked up 24-255-0, the glaring lack of a TD the only thing that ‘s keeping him from fantasy glory. Against the Jets in Week 5, he stands a good chance to remedy that. Zach Ertz is reasonably priced, the number one cash game play of the main slate and makes for a fine lock-and-load in all formats.

Evan Engram, NYG vs. MIN

FD ($6,300)        DK ($5,800

If Wertz is first, who do you think is second? Engram has only one fewer target (37) than Ertz and is averaging 6.75 receptions, 82.75 yards and a 0.5 TDs per game. If we round those numbers up to 7-83-1, we’re looking at a solid cash game play in a game that should feature a lot of the Giants TE. He comes at a small discount from Ertz, and even with WR Golden Tate back and slot man Sterling Shepard clicking with Rookie QB Daniel Jones, Engram projects to see around 8-10 targets on a weekly basis.

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Week 5 DFS Tight End NFL — GPP Plays

Austin Hooper, ATL at HOU

FD ($6,700)        DK ($4,500) 

We’ve got some huge disparity with the pricing on Hoper, who’s themost expensive TE on FD at $6,700, and only the fifth priciest on DK. That’s somethingwe can take advantage of in GPPs on FD, where his ownership should be slightlylower. Hooper saw 11 targets in Week 4, the most among NFL tight ends, and bustedout for 9-130-0. The Texans have been stingy vs. TEs, but with this game projectedto be a boon for all the skill position players, I’ll be utilizing Hooper in game/teamstacks with Matt Ryan and Julio Jones, and running back some of the Texans (DeAndreHopkins, Will Fuller).

Darren Waller, OAK vs. CHI

FD ($6,400)        DK ($5,000) 

At this point, it’s safeto call Waller matchup-proof, and while his upside is somewhat limited againstthe Bears, I can’t keep him completely off my builds for Week 5 NFL DFS. He’stied with Engram for second most targets among TEs (37) and he’ll be utilizedoften as a check down with the Raiders likely struggling to move the ball verticallyup the field. Ownership on both sites will be low and there’s no reason we shouldn’tlook to Derek Carr’s most reliable pass catcher as a contrarian GPP option here.

Greg Olsen, CAR vs. JAC

FD ($5,700)        DK ($4,000) 

In Week 3, Kyle Allen looked absolutely smitten with hisveteran TE, but Olsen had a quiet week last Sunday when he hauled in just twoof his four targets for 5 yards. That performance was against the aforementionedTexans, and game log followers with recency bias may steer clear of Olsen thisweek. That’s fine – because when healthy, we need reliable red zone targets withupside like Olsen in our GPPs. The Jaguars aren’t the big bad scary predatorycats they were in 2018, so plug in the Panthers TE with confidence.

Ben Watson, NE at WAS

FD ($5,200)        DK ($3,700) 

Doyou like risk? How about when it comes with oodles of upside in a matchup thatportends many scoring opportunities for a potent offense? Tom Brady has been desperatelylooking for a TE to lock onto since Rob Gronkowski retired, and Watson – in his15th NFL season and his second turn with the Patriots – is comingoff a four-game suspension that’s kept him off the field thus far. In his triumphantreturn to New England, we could see a few extra targets go his way. I won’t havetons of exposure to Watson, who’s probably going to be limited to red zonechances and about half of the Pats’ total offensive snaps, but he’s anoff-the-wall play for GPPs.

Week 5 DFS Tight End NFL — Value and Punt Plays 

Tyler Eifert, CIN vs. ARI

FD (4,600)        DK ($3,300) 

Eifertis crazy cheap on both sites and gets a gigantic boost against the Cardinals,who yield 163.7% of the average fantasy points to TEs. He’s been quiet thisseason and he might get chalky, but the Bengals offense is missing some oftheir WRs and Eifert is an attractive value play in Week 5.

Jared Cook, NO vs. TB

FD($4,500)         DK ($3,400) 

Game manager Teddy Bridgewater doesn’t necessarily get the bloodpumping and inspire confidence in the New Orleans offense, but the QB should belooking more to Jared Cook in Week 5 against the Bucs, who provide a favorablematchup for the athletic Cook. His 18 targets through four games is arelatively low number, but this is a good game for him to spike a Top 10 TEfinish and find some good, old-fashioned NFL paydirt.

Additional GPP options:

O.J. Howard, TB at NO (FD $5,800, DK $3,900)

Jimmy Graham, GB at DAL (FD $5,700, DK $4,300)

Dawson Knox, BUF at TEN (FD$4,800, DK $3,100)

Trey Burton, CHI at OAK (FD $4,800, DK $3,300)

Week 5 DFS DST NFL — Cash Game Plays 

Chicago Bears (CHI at OAK)

FD ($5,000)        DK ($3,800) 

The Bears are slightly cheaper than the Pats on both sites and rank as my top cash game DST for Week 5. They’re just as likely as New England to notch multiple sacks and grab a few turnovers, and they probably have a little more upside based on some of their standouts defensive talents like sack specialist Khalil Mack, DB Kyle Fuller (23 solos, two INTs) and linebacker Roquan Smith, who’s back with the team after missing Week 4 for personal reasons. I’m buying in both cash and GPP contests.

New England Patriots (NE at WAS)

FD ($5,500)        DK ($4,300) 

The Redskins are having some difficulty settling on a QB for Week5, and the Pats defensive players must be licking their collective chops at theprospect of haranguing either journeyman Case Keenum, Colty McCoy (who’s yet tosee the field for Washington this season), or rookie Dwayne Haskins, who was9-for-17 in Week 4 with three INTs. New England comes in as my second-best cashgame play, but they’re usable in all formats.

Week 5 DFS DST NFL — GPP Plays

Minnesota Vikings (MIN at NYG)

FD ($4,500)        DK ($3,200) 

The Giants aren’t quite as terrible as they were during the firstcouple of weeks, but they’re prone to turnovers and providing scoring opportunitiesfor opposing defenses with a substandard offensive line and a rookie QB. TheVikings are affordable on both sites and could get lost in the shuffle ofviable DST options.

Philadelphia Eagles (PHI vs. NYJ)

FD ($4,900)        DK ($3,700) 

We’ll be seeing a lot of green-on-green violence in this Sunday tilt, and there’s as much upside to this Philly unit (which has yet to break out with a double-digit performance) as any other DST on the slate.

Tennessee Titans (TEN vs. BUF)

FD ($4,800)        DK ($3,000) 

I’m not trying to pick on the New York teams this week, even if it feels like it, but the Bills could be the third squad form the Empire State who’s not entering Week 5 with the same starting QB they rolled out in Week 1. The Bills are not a bad team, but the Titans have been watching the tape on Matt Barkley and planning accordingly.

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Week 5 DFS DST NFL — Punt Plays 

Green Bay Packers (GB at DAL)

FD ($3,700)        DK ($2,400) 

The Packers are another team that’s super risky heading into Week5 but make sense an off-the-board GPP play in Dallas. I’m a Cowboys fan and I knowthat the offensive lien issues they’re having are much more of a problem than anyonewants to let on. Pairing them with Aaron Jones and fading Ezekiel Elliott on afew lineups could allow you to find some leverage and load up withTexans-Falcons, my favorite game stack on the slate.

Cincinnati Bengals (CIN vs. ARI)

FD($3,400)         DK ($2,500) 

The Bengals are once again viable in GPPs (they’re at home and facing a rookie QB) but they’re not going to make any of my cash game builds. Use them as a contrarian GPP defense with plenty of upside and just as much risk.

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As we roll into Week 3 NFL DFS, we’re going to try someoff-the-wall plays in GPPs, including one TE who’s been very quiet during the firsttwo weeks. There’s our usual group of cash game plays for your NFL DFS lineups– as well as some contrarian specials who could explode for monster gametotals.

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Week 3 NFL DFS Tight End Cash Game Plays 


Zach Ertz, PHI vs. DET

FD ($6,900)        DK ($5,700) 

Theres not too many standout cash game plays in Week 3 NFL DFS among the TEs, as many of them look more like GPP plays. But with injuries to Alshon Jeffrey, DeSean Jackson and TE Dallas Goedert (who’s dealing with a calf injury), it makes sense that both Ertz and WR Nelson Agholor will draw more looks from Carson Wentz. When I look for upside plays at TE I search for opponents with LB issues, and the Lions unit is having some problems with both injuries and inexperience. Most importantly for cash games, however, is a boatload of targets. Ertz saw 16 targets in Week 2 against Atlanta and he’s much cheaper than Travis Kelce, who’s more of a GPP play this week.

George Kittle, SF vs. PIT

FD ($6,600)        DK ($5,600) 

Normally I’d prefer Kittle in large-field tournaments for NFL DFS, and last week’s relative dud (3-54-0 on just three targets) doesn’t help make my case. But the Steelers defensive unit is best attacked with TEs and possession wide receivers and Kittle is the most reliable option for Jimmy Garoppolo in a game that the 49ers should win. Last week I suspected that offensive ball control meant lots of looks for Kittle, but they really didn’t need him that much. We’re still waiting for the big offensive breakout and Kittle had two touchdowns called back on penalties Week 1, so there’s some hope on that front. He’s one of the team’s better red-zone options despite the lack of a TD through the first two games, and I think he’ll change that on Sunday.


Week 3 Tight End NFL DFS — GPP Plays

Travis Kelce, KC vs. BAL

FD ($8,000)        DK ($7,100) 

For many reasons, I like Kelce for cash games, especially if you’re not spending up for RBs and WRs. But I really like him for GPPs. As the most expensive TE and a facing what could be a tougher on-paper matchup against the Ravens, his ownership may be slightly down from last week. Kelce has double-digit receptions and two-TD upside every week, and there’s not much opposing defenses can do to stop him with all the weapons that Patrick Mahomes has at his disposal. I could see Kelce setting season highs in receptions, yardage and TDs in this game and being the linchpin on some tournament-winning lineups.

O.J. Howard, TB vs. NYG

FD ($5,800)        DK ($3,800) 

The first two weeks have frustrated Howard’s DFS supporters, and it’s safe to say the 2019 season is off to a poor start for the athletic, big-bodied TE who carried plenty of pundit buzz into Week 1. But playing time wasn’t the problem on Thursday, with Howard finishing second to just Chris Godwin in snaps among the Buccaneers skill position players. Fellow tight end Cameron Brate was on the field for just 18 snaps, so Brate just isn’t really cutting into Howard’s production. The main issue is targets, or a lack of them — which Bruce Arians said would change in the coming weeks. There’s no better time for a great bounce-back spot facing the Giants in Week 3, when the squeaky wheel should get some much-needed grease.

Evan Engram, NYG at TB

FD ($6,400)        DK ($5,200) 

We’re a couple weeks into the 2019 season and the Giants corps of receivers is an absolute disaster, though they could be getting Sterling Shepard back since he’s out of the concussion protocol. Engram, however, is still the Giants most reliable receiver excluding their star RB, and I’d even be willing to use him in cash games if they weren’t starting rookie Daniel Jones at QB this week. As bad as Eli Manning has been, he’s maintained a solid rapport with Engram the past couple of seasons. Jones will look to establish a similar relationship early and often, but there’s some inherent risk in this offense. Engram is a fine GPP play who won’t be chalky.

T.J. Hockenson, DET at PHI

FD ($5,500)         DK ($3,500) 

As we round out our GPP options, we can look for plays that buck the trends of recency bias, and since Hockenson disappointed in Week 2, he’s a good place to land. The Lions TE hauled in just one catch for seven yards on three targets against the Chargers, but I’m willing to throw out that performance, since every Lions passing game option took a backseat to WR Kenny Golladay and his seemingly effortless dominance. Hockenson is an exciting rookie with tons of upside on Sunday against an Eagles team that allowed Vernon Davis to run and jump over several defenders to find the end zone in Week 1. I’m expecting big things in Week 3 from him, and since the price isn’t an oppressive one, I’ll have some shares.

Week 3 Tight End NFL DFS — Value and Punt Plays 

Darren Waller, OAK at MIN

FD(5,400)         DK ($3,300) 

Waller entered Week 2 as a popular play after a huge Week 1, seeing another high-usage game (95% of team snaps, seven targets and 6-63-0 in the loss to the Chiefs in Week 2). So he’s flourishing in the Jared Cook role in this Raiders offense, and should continue to compete with Tyrell Williams for the team lead in targets every week. While his Week 3 matchup against the Vikings and their capable defensive unit (Harrison Smith, Eric Kendricks and company) is a tough one, there’s plenty of reasons to believe Derek Carr will be peppering Waller more than anyone else. The Raiders have their work cut out for them in a possible game script which could ultimately benefit Waller more than in the first two weeks. He’s cheap and he’ll be on plenty of my GPP lineups – where I don’t mind pairing him with Kelce again with one of the two occupying the flex spot.

Blake Jarwin, DAL vs. MIA

FD ($4,500)        DK ($2,900) 

Full disclosure: I’m a Cowboys fan and I love Blake Jarwin, so I’mnot giving up on him despite his quiet Week 2, when he had just one catch for22 yards.  He should have plenty of opportunitiesto score against Dolphins in Week 3, and if the Cowboys get out to a big lead,I doubt they’ll have Jason Witten on the field a lot. Jarwin could easily graba handful of catches and a couple of scores as Dak Prescott passes the time pickingapart the decimated Dolphins secondary. The athletic and reliable pass catcher isclose to the minimum salary on both sites, and he should see more than his usualshare of red zone looks on Sunday.

Additional GPP options:

Greg Olsen, CAR at ARI (FD $6,100,DK $3,700) 

Vance McDonald, (FD $5,900, DK $4,300)

Austin Hooper, ATL at IND(FD $5,800, DK $3,600)

Eric Ebron, IND vs. ATL (FD $5,700, DK $3,800)

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Week 3 NFL DFS — DST Cash Game Plays 

Dallas Cowboys (DAL vs. MIA)

FD ($5,000)        DK ($4,300) 

The Cowboys are 21.5 point favorites at home facing a Dolphins team that has scored just 10 points through the first two weeks. While a lot of the focus has been on the Dolphins defensive woes (their negative-114.7 percent DVOA through two games is the worst of any team since at least 1986), they rank last in both offensive and defensive DVOA on the season, and they’re starting Josh Rosen this week over Ryan Fitzpatrick. The Cowboys pass rush could be better and they have some defensive holes, but they’re the top defense in consensus rankings and make for a fine cash game play.

New England Patriots (NE atMIA)

FD ($5,000)        DK ($3,800) 

I didn’t think we could see a point spread larger than the oneabove, but the Pats are 23-point favorites at home over the Jets. The Jets havean offense than went from mediocre, right past bad, and straight into terriblewhen they lost Sam Darnold and then watched in horror as Trevor Siemian had hisankle disassembled on prime time during Monday Night Football. They don’t havetheir full complement of receivers and won’t be able to do much to stop aPatriots defense that’s looked excellent through the first two games. I’d beusing the Pats in cash games and GPPs, where they could be somewhat ignoredthanks to the existence of the Cowboys-Dolphins matchup.

Minnesota Vikings (MIN vs.OAK)

FD ($4,200)        DK ($3,300) 

I’m not going to have too many shares of the Vikings in cash gamesbecause I don’t usually plug in DST last, but if that’s your strategy and youend up with less than the requisite funds for the Cowboys or Pats, they’re adecent option at home facing a dinged up Raiders offense with plenty ofquestion marks. If you arrive at Minnesota in your builds, don’t click off ofthem.

Week 2 NFL DFS — DST GPP Plays

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (TBvs. NYG)

FD ($4,300)        DK ($2,900) 

The Giants are bad, and they might be getting worse. I’m wary ofstarting the Bucs in cash games because it’s a unit with its share of problems,but they draw a dream matchup at home facing Daniel Jones in his first NFLstart. They’re only $2,900 on DK and should have a handful of sacks and turnoversfacing a bad Giants offensive line.

Seattle Seahawks (SEA vs.NO)

FD($3,700)         DK ($2,900) 

I expect the Seahawks defensive line to make life very difficult for Teddy Bridgewater and the Saints – who are still reeling from the loss of Drew Brees, the NFL’s all-time passing yardage leader. It’s a difficult environment playing in Seattle, and with some of the Seahawks new acquisitions making their presence felt, there’s lost of opportunity for turnovers and sacks in what could be a lopsided victory for the home team. I’m surprised the spread is just 4.5 points.

Green Bay Packers (GB vs.DEN)

FD($4,500)         DK ($2,800) 

The Packers have a much-improved defensive unit and draw arelatively conservative Broncos offense that doesn’t put up too many points. GreenBay has given up just 19 points through its first two games, so they’recertainly an option in GPPs, especially since they’re playing at home.

Week 2 NFL DFS — DST Punt Plays 

Carolina Panthers (CAR atARI)

FD ($3,700)        DK ($2,700) 

This Carolina defense might be a little too risky in cash games,because the Cards and their Air Raid offense can put points on the board andhave some potent weapons in David Johnson and Kyler Murray, so I’d prefer youpunt them in GPPs. But let’s face it: The Panthers are way too cheap and shouldregister a handful of sacks and a turnover or two.

Cincinnati Bengals (CIN atBUF)

FD ($3,400)        DK ($2,400) 

The Bengals are viable in GPPs but might be the better cash game punt considering the injuries to the Bills RB corps. Expect a consistent pass rush from Cincy and the chance for some big defensive plays.

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No need to waste any time, lets get right back into NFL DFS GPP action for Week Three. For those of you who still prefer cash formats, be sure to check out my article for your Week Three NFL DFS Cash Games.

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The purpose of this weekly article is to identify team/game stacks that we are going to use for an NFL DFS GPP. For those of you that don’t know, a “team stack” is simply multiple players from the same team (I rarely ever use more than three players on a given team).

A “game stack” is similar, except we are going to use players from both teams in a given game. Focusing on team stacks and game stacks is incredibly useful in the NFL DFS GPP environment. That being said, let’s get to this week’s top NFL DFS stacks!

Top Game Stack

Baltimore Ravens @ Kansas City Chiefs (53)

There’s really not a whole lot to say about this game besides that you are going to want to get some exposure to it in one or more of your NFL DFS GPP lineups. Both offenses come into this game scorching hot and I’ll be sure to get some shares of both teams in DFS this weekend.

Keep in mind, both quarterbacks are extremely expensive, but that should help keep ownership down a bit throughout the industry.

Baltimore Ravens

  • Lamar Jackson ($7,000)
  • Marquise Brown ($5,900)
  • Mark Andrews ($4,600)
  • Mark Ingram ($5,700)
  • Willie Snead ($4,200)

Kansas City Chiefs

  • Patrick Mahomes ($7,600)
  • Travis Kelce ($7,100)
  • Sammy Watkins ($6,800)
  • Mecole Harman ($5,000)
  • Demarcus Robinson ($5,200)

Top Team Stacks

Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Tampa Bay comes in with what is looking like the fourth highest implied total on the slate sitting around 27 points. This is a great number to focus on when building NFL DFS GPP lineups. Usually, I’ll always have a big focus on teams that have an implied total of 25 or more points and a game script that I can predict/support.

The Giants are in my opinion, the absolute worst team in defending the pass right now and their run defense isn’t much better – this leads me to having a very positive game script for the Bucs’ offense as a whole. The one thing that is scaring me a bit is: unlike a typical Bruce Arians offense (pass-heavy), TeamRankings.com shows us that the Bucs sit towards the bottom in the NFL for pass attempts per game.

First off, I don’t think Bruce Arians has completely changed his coaching style. Secondly, as the sample size continues to grow, my bet is that the Bucs will be one of the most pass-heavy teams in the NFL. Mike Evans and the boys are due for a big week.

  • Mike Evans ($6,600)
  • Peyton Barber ($4,600)
  • Jameis Winston ($5,400)
  • Chris Godwin ($6,900)
  • O.J. Howard ($3,800)

Buffalo Bills – I love the way the Bills have been playing on offense. Josh Allen is crushing it to start the year and I love him in all formats in DFS this week… especially for a NFL DFS GPP. He’s due for a big passing game and will always do damage via the run (not to mention the Bengals are a bottom five defense in defending not only the pass, but the run as well). Bills Mafia, here we go!

  • Josh Allen ($5,900)
  • John Brown ($5,500)
  • Zay Jones ($3,300)
  • Frank Gore ($4,400)
  • Cole Beasley ($4,400)

San Francisco 49ers – I’m all in for going right back to the well to roster some 49ers in a NFL DFS GPP. I don’t think anyone is going to play them this week and their pricing is more than reasonable. This is a great spot to get contrarian in your lineup builds.

  • George Kittle ($5,800)
  • Jimmy Garoppolo ($6,200)
  • Deebo Samuel ($4,500)
  • Matt Breida ($5,400)
  • Marquise Goodwin ($5,000)
  • Dante Pettis ($4,500)

Arizona Cardinals – Although Arizona has a slightly lower implied team total than I’d like to see (~24 points), I am really liking the idea of getting some Arizona stacks in my NFL DFS GPP lineups. Larry Fitzgerald has been incredibly successful versus a zone defense and that is what Carolina is going to bring to the table.

Kingsbury’s air raid offense is going to have multiple “trip” sets of receivers on one side of the field for most of this game and I think the Panthers will really struggle in defending that for a full game. If the Cardinals’ offensive line can hold the pass rush (that’s a big “if”), Kyler Murray is going to have a monster day with both his arm and legs.

  • Larry Fitzgerald ($5,100)
  • Kyler Murray ($5,800)
  • David Johnson ($6,800)
  • Christian Kirk ($5,000)
  • Damiere Byrd ($3,000)

Sample NFL DFS GPP Lineup

QB: Josh Allen

RB: Frank Gore

RB: Aaron Jones

WR: Nelson Agholor

WR: Mike Evans

WR: John Brown

TE: George Kittle

FLEX: Christian McCaffrey

DST: Buffalo Bills

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Another great week of NFL DFS Cash Games in Week Two! Over 80% of the player field in last week’s Checkdown hit value, including the breakout prediction of Deebo Samuel. Let’s get right back to it for the Week Three Checkdown for your NFL DFS Cash Games.

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  1. Patrick Mahomes ($7,600) – Mahomes is averaging damn near 35 points a week in DFS. If you can find a way to fit him into your lineup at what I still think is a reasonable salary, lock him in.
  2. Lamar Jackson ($7,000) – Lamar Jackson is the only quarterback in the NFL that is off to a hotter start than Patrick Mahomes. In Week Two, the Ravens play Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs… we may see Lamar be asked to play at a higher pace than we have so far. This is going to be the Game of the Week and you’re going to want to get exposure to it in your NFL DFS Cash Games.
  3. Josh Allen ($5,900) – If you need to save some salary at the quarterback position, Josh Allen makes for a fine play. Jimmy Garoppolo and the 49ers just torched this Bengals’ defense and I expect Allen and company to do the same. His fantasy points are a little too dependent on rushing touchdowns to start the year, but I trust that Allen will hit value again on Sunday.
  4. Kyle Allen ($4,000) Now that Cam Newton has been ruled out, you can lock in Allen to save a TON of salary.
  5. Teddy Bridgewater ($4,700) – An away game in Seattle is not the friendliest of conditions for Teddy Bridgewater to make his first competitive NFL start since 2015 (I do not count the irrelevant start in 2018 once the Saints rested their starters), but the cheap price tag is attractive for NFL DFS Cash Games. Seattle’s defense has been very beatable via the pass, so I see no reason why Teddy Bridgewater can’t get 15+ DFS points and hit value at an incredibly low price point.

Running Backs

  1. Saquon Barkley ($9,100) – He is Saquon Barkley and always is in play in any DFS format if you can afford him.
  2. Christian McCaffrey ($8,700) – Hopefully DFS players are a little shy in rostering McCaffrey in Week Three after that brutal performance last Thursday night. I’ll always use McCaffrey in DFS Cash Games; especially in full-point PPR formats like DraftKings.
  3. Dalvin Cook ($7,800) – Dalvin Cook is currently averaging the second most points per game on DraftKings at the running back position (only trailing Austin Ekeler). Gary Kubiak and the Vikings are clearly committed to running the ball, so keep rostering Dalvin Cook in DFS at a significant discount from guys like Barkley, Elliott, McCaffrey, and Kamara. Dalvin Cook is currently matchup-proof.
  4. Austin Ekeler ($7,200) – Personally, I’m not a believer in Austin Ekeler, but the usage is there through two weeks and the loss of Hunter Henry should certainly benefit his fantasy value. I love this matchup against Houston, as we should be in store for a sneaky shootout.
  5. Aaron Jones ($6,100) – Aaron Jones had a heck of a game last Sunday against the Vikings and should be able to ride that hot performance into another big fantasy performance against the Broncos. The Packers are at home and favored by over a touchdown. That usually bodes well for running backs.
  6. Devonta Freeman ($4,900)
  7. Miles Sanders (3,900) – It was great to see Miles Sanders get a little more involved in the passing attack on Monday night. Sanders has yet to deliver a solid fantasy output, but at this price, I’m willing to bet he has his first double-digit fantasy performance. The Detroit defense has already allowed 13 receptions to opposing running backs and rank in the bottom five in fantasy points allowed to running backs.

Wide Receivers

  1. DeAndre Hopkins ($7,800) – The Chargers do not have the pass defense they had a few years ago. DeAndre Hopkins had one of his worst games in quite some time last week against Jalen Ramsey and the Jaguars. Don’t expect Hopkins to stay quiet two weeks in a row! Hopkins will almost always be my number one choice at receiver for NFL DFS Cash Games.
  2. Julio Jones ($7,300) – You’re going to want one to try your best to roster one of these top-tier wide receivers that are $7,000 or more. Julio is coming off of one of his best games in quite some time and should be able to tear up the Colts’ secondary this Sunday. He is one of the few wide receivers that are a lock for 10 or more targets each week.
  3. Keenan Allen ($7,000) – You’re going to want to get exposure to this Texans @ Chargers game in Week Three. Keenan Allen is my favorite Charger to get exposure to but I wouldn’t blame you if you went with Ekeler instead.
  4. Kenny Golladay ($6,600) – The volume is always there for Golladay and if you pay up at quarterback and running back this week in DFS, you may not have the salary to afford a Hopkins or Julio Jones. Golladay has a nice price and an even better matchup against the Philadelphia secondary that cannot stop a nosebleed.
  5. Tyler Lockett ($6,200) – Great price with an even better matchup against P.J. Williams.
  6. Tyler Boyd ($6,500) – Volume, volume, volume. There isn’t much more to say about Tyler Boyd. While A.J. Green is injured, keep getting shares of Tyler Boyd in NFL DFS Cash Games.
  7. Nelson Agholor ($3,600) – He will be 50% owned in cash games at a ridiculously low price. Hard to avoid Agholor in Week Three.
  8. John Brown ($5,500) – I used to think of John Brown as only a “deep ball threat” but he is much more than that in 2019. The volume has been there on a weekly basis and I don’t anticipate that stopping. John Brown is cash game viable and offers a great ceiling to DFS players… at a great price.
  9. Larry Fitzgerald ($5,100) – The veteran wideout is coming off back-to-back 100 yard games with 11+ targets in each of them. This is probably going to be the norm with Kliff Kingsbury’s air raid offense.
  10. Deebo Samuel ($4,500) – His price went up, but he’s still very affordable. I am a firm believer Samuel is the most talented wideout for the 49ers and will continue to get more targets on a weekly basis.

Tight Ends

  1. Zach Ertz ($5,700) – Zach Ertz under $6,000?
  2. Evan Engram ($5,200) – He’s the best receiver on the Giants that’s not named Saquon Barkley. With 22 targets already on the season, Engram is a cash game lock until further notice.
  3. Mark Andrews ($4,600) – Andrews is a great pivot to get cheap exposure to the Baltimore @ Kansas City shootout.
  4. Greg Olsen ($3,700) – Too cheap in an excellent matchup.

Defense/Special Teams

  1. Dallas Cowboys ($4,300)
  2. Buffalo Bills ($3,400)
  3. Green Bay Packers ($3,400)

Sample Lineup

QB: Kyler Murray

RB: Christian McCaffrey

RB: Devonta Freeman

WR: Keenan Allen

WR: Larry Fitzgerald

WR: Kenny Golladay

TE: Greg Olsen

FLEX: Frank Gore

DST: New England Patriots

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Week One in NFL DFS GPP tournaments had it’s ups and downs. The stacks I had with the Kansas City Chiefs and Sammy Watkins obviously paid off nicely, but my main builds were centered around that San Francisco @ Tampa Bay game (sigh). We can talk about what could have been in Week One until we’re blue in the face, but it’s best we just get right back into NFL DFS GPP action. For those of you who still prefer cash action, be sure to check out my article for your Week Two NFL DFS Cash Games.

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The purpose of this weekly article is to identify team/game stacks that we are going to use for an NFL DFS GPP. For those of you that don’t know, a “team stack” is simply multiple players from the same team (I rarely ever use more than three players on a given team).

A “game stack” is similar, except we are going to use players from both teams in a given game. Focusing on team stacks and game stacks is incredibly useful in the NFL DFS GPP environment. That being said, let’s get to this week’s top NFL DFS stacks!

Top Game Stacks

New Orleans Saints @ Los Angeles Rams (53)

New Orleans Saints – The Saints currently have an implied total sitting around 25 points on the road in Los Angeles. They are my favorite team to stack this week in NFL DFS and I was quite surprised when I saw my first draft of projected ownerships. I’ll try to keep an eye on ownership projections and update this article throughout the week, but at the moment, it looks like everyone is going to flock towards the KC/OAK game.

Having said that, this game as a whole could be a huge leverage spot for your NFL DFS GPP builds in Week Two.

  • Alvin Kamara
  • Michael Thomas
  • Drew Brees
  • Ted Ginn Jr.
  • Tre’Quan Smith

Los Angeles Rams – Unfortunately, I took a stance on Rams’ Running Back, Todd Gurley for my main NFL DFS GPP build in Week One. He looked incredibly efficient when he did get the ball, but something is obviously up with McVay’s trust in Gurley’s health. This week, I’ll stick to just targeting the Rams’ passing attack and maybe sprinkle in Gurley or Malcolm Brown in a MME style NFL DFS GPP.

  • Jared Goff
  • Robert Woods
  • Brandin Cooks
  • Cooper Kupp
  • Todd Gurley

Seattle Seahawks @ Pittsburgh Steelers (46)

Pittsburgh Steelers – I have a feeling this game has sneaky shootout potential. I love targeting Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers’ offense when they’re playing at home. The Steelers have an implied total of 25 points which isn’t anything that pops off the board, but it is Top 10 on the main slate in DFS this week. I like this game as a lower owned pivot in an NFL DFS GPP for Week Two.

  • Ben Roethlisberger
  • Juju Smith-Schuster
  • Donte Moncrief
  • James Washington
  • James Conner

Seattle Seahawks – Despite only winning by a point, the Seahawks stuck to the running game in Week One against the Cincinnati Bengals, where they were a 10-point home-favorite. Russell Wilson only threw the ball 20 times… If the Steelers can right the ship and start scoring points like they did in 2018, Russell is going to have to drop back to pass a helluva lot more than 20 times.

When Wilson is in a pass-heavy game-script, he tends to have very solid fantasy production. In 2018, when Wilson threw the ball 25 times or more, he averaged 20.15 DraftKings points. That probably isn’t going to win you a NFL DFS GPP, but if he’s around five percent ownership (likely even less), I’ll take a risk and bet that he does some damage with his rushing ability and produces one of those 30+ fantasy point ceiling-games.

  • Russell Wilson
  • Tyler Lockett
  • Chris Carson
  • DK Metcalf

Kansas City Chiefs @ Oakland Raiders (52.5)

Kansas City Chiefs – The Chiefs and Raiders’ game is going to be chalk heaven. We have a high total that includes the best offense in the NFL (KC) and the most underpriced offense in DFS (OAK). Combine those two things and you will have a very popular game stack. I’d love to say you can fade this game to avoid high ownership, but I’d be lying to you.

Do I think you need to be overweight on this game? No. But, you’re going to need to get exposure to this game in some form.

  • Patrick Mahomes
  • Travis Kelce
  • Sammy Watkins
  • Mecole Hardman
  • Damien Williams
  • LeSean McCoy

Oakland Raiders – We’ll keep it simple here: The Raiders are all underpriced. I’d get shares of some Raiders regardless of who they were playing this week simply for the salary relief. They happen to have a great, pace-up matchup against the Chiefs… so that certainly doesn’t hurt the cause. Keep in mind, they will be incredibly popular in NFL DFS GPP and Cash Game formats.

  • Tyrell Williams
  • Darren Waller
  • Josh Jacobs
  • Derek Carr

Top Team Stack

New England Patriots – The Miami Dolphins currently look like a mid-major NCAA football team. The Patriots will remember what happened last time they went to Miami for a football game (the Miami Miracle) so I fully expect them to punish the Miami Dolphins this time around. My only concern is that Bill Belichick lays off the gas once the game is out of reach due to respect for longtime friend and colleague (and Miami Head Coach), Brian Flores.

If Flores wasn’t the coach of Miami, I’d take the Patriots to win by 50.

  • Tom Brady
  • Josh Gordon
  • Sony Michel
  • Julian Edelman
  • Phillip Dorsett
  • James White
  • Damien Harris (if he suits up, this could be a minimum-priced GPP flyer; in hopes the Patriots want to get him some live-game reps).

Sample NFL DFS GPP Lineup

QB: Jared Goff

RB: Saquon Barkley

RB: Devin Singletary

WR: Robert Woods

WR: Cooper Kupp

WR: Tedd Ginn Jr.

TE: Darren Waller

FLEX: Alvin Kamara

DST: Houston Texans

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Hopefully everyone had a great Week One of their NFL DFS season! If you read last week’s Checkdown, you probably nailed all of your NFL DFS cash games. Out of the 18 skill-position players we targeted, only four of them did not hit value (Nick Chubb, Leonard Fournette, Travis Kelce, and George Kittle).

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  1. Lamar Jackson ($6,700) – the number one Quarterback of Week One is on the top of my Quarterback model for NFL DFS Cash Games in Week Two. There is no chance Jackson will throw for 300+ yards with five Touchdowns again, but he should have his way with the poor Arizona Defense and if the game stays somewhat close, Lamar Jackson should use the best weapon he has: his legs.
  2. Tom Brady ($6,400) – The Miami Dolphins are awful and Tom Brady is still Tom Brady. With or without Antonio Brown suiting up in Week Two, Brady should have absolutely no issues hitting value for NFL DFS Cash Game players on Sunday (with a respectable salary of only $6,400 on DraftKings).
  3. Josh Allen ($5,300) – if you need to save some salary, Josh Allen is your man in Week Two. The New York Giants’ defense looked inept in Week One and they are a defense we should be picking on. Dak Prescott just torched the Giants for 400+ yards and four touchdowns… Allen is not Dak Prescott, but he should have no issues putting up at least half of the production that Prescott had in Week One, and that’s all we need for Allen to hit value.

Running Backs

  1. Saquon Barkley ($9,200) – We never have to say much about Saquon Barkley. In a cash game format, NFL DFS players want volume and upside. That is the definition of Saquon Barkley. This is a great week to put a lot of focus on paying up for your top running back in DFS (maybe even two).
  2. Alvin Kamara ($8,200) – If you don’t want to pay up for Saquon Barkley, there is no harm in dropping down to Alvin Kamara (who has a very reasonable price tag). In two match-ups against the Rams last season, Kamara tallied 227 all-purpose-yards, 15 receptions, and three total touchdowns! In a PPR format like DraftKings, Kamara is an excellent play for NFL DFS Cash Games in a fast-paced matchup against the Rams.
  3. Mark Ingram ($6,000) – The Baltimore Ravens are a 13-point home favorite against the Arizona Cardinals. Similar to the situation Chris Carson was in in Week One, this screams like a positive game-script for Mark Ingram. Lock him in for at least 100 yards and a touchdown.
  4. Devin Singletary ($4,200) – The rookie running back showed it all in his debut on Sunday. Vision, patience, ability, speed, awareness, etc. You name it, Singletary showed it. The Bills’ RB finished Week One with a 70% snap count and I’m confident that will rise a bit more in Week Two. Singletary is going to be a special running back in the NFL someday (probably sooner than later).
  5. Austin Ekeler ($6,100) – What a monster performance by Austin Ekeler in Week One! As long as Melvin Gordon is out of the picture in Los Angeles, Ekeler is going to remain heavily active in the Chargers’ offense (both the running and passing attacks). At this price, Ekeler is a borderline must-play in NFL DFS Cash Games.
  6. Matt Breida ($5,200) – I don’t love the price, but Tevin Coleman is going to miss a few weeks for the 49ers, so this should be Breida’s job to lose until further notice. I’m sure we’ll see Mostert take 25-35% of the snaps at running back, but everything else should go through Breida. The 49ers are not the Seahawks, but they should be able to run the ball with success on Sunday, similar to how Chris Carson and the Seahawks ran it in Week One.
  7. Chris Thompson ($3,700) – Despite what we saw early Sunday in Week One, this Redskins’ team is going to be trailing in most games this year. Starting running back Derrius Guice is going to miss a few weeks of game action, and assuming the Redskins are playing from behind a lot, Chris Thompson will be incredibly busy in this offense. I love this price point in Week Two as Thompson is in a perfect spot against Dallas for any DFS player looking for salary relief.

Wide Receivers

  1. DeAndre Hopkins ($8,100) – I don’t know about you, but I certainly missed having the option to roster consistent Top 10 target leaders, DeAndre Hopkins or Michael Thomas in Week One DFS. I’m leaning Thomas here in the WR One slot, but don’t be shy to play Hopkins against the Jaguars.
  2. Michael Thomas ($8,000) – See above.
  3. Keenan Allen ($7,600) – Hardly anyone played Keenan Allen in Week One DFS, and I cannot understand why. All Keenan Allen does is show up and get 10-plus targets. If you can’t pay up for Hopkins or Thomas, Keenan Allen is a solid option for your number one receiver in NFL DFS Cash Games this week.
  4. Tyrell Williams ($4,400) – He is a free square playing in what should be a very positive game script for the Oakland passing attack. Play him.
  5. Tyler Boyd ($6,500) – Volume. I do not love his upside, but he is going to continue to get 10 or more targets in every game until A.J. Green returns.
  6. Danny Amendola ($3,900) – This dude just had 13 targets from Matthew Stafford in the overtime tie against the Arizona Cardinals. Yes, the targets are eye-popping, but what really impressed me was the way Amendola ran his routes. He’s not that fast, but he was constantly creating separation from defenders. This Chargers and Lions game has the ability to shoot out, so Amendola should be a lock for another eight or more targets. This is a great value for NFL DFS Cash Games.
  7. Cooper Kupp ($6,000) – Cooper Kupp is back. I was a little skeptical about all of the reports that were saying Kupp was healthier than ever in camp this summer, but he made me a believer last Sunday. We all know Jared Goff loved to pepper Kupp with targets last season and it appeared that the two were making up for lost time right away in Week One against the Panthers. Kupp should see eight or more targets every time he suits up for a Jared Goff led Rams’ team.
  8. Deebo Samuel ($3,700) – The 49ers “number one” receiver, Dante Pettis, played two snaps in Week One… TWO! Deebo is clearly their most talented wideout and it is only a matter of time before his price increases significantly. Buy in now while it’s cheap.
  9. Dede Westbrook ($5,400) – I’m not in love with the play, but he’s rather affordable and will continue to see seven plus targets for Jacksonville in what should be a play-from-behind game script against the Texans.
  10. Cole Beasley ($3,800) – Nothing sexy here. If you want a cheap guy that will bring you eight to twelve points, Beasley is your man.

Tight Ends

  1. Travis Kelce ($7,300) – Thanks to Patrick Mahomes’ brilliant idea to throw a no-look pass to Kelce when he was wide open in the corner of the end-zone, Kelce did not hit Cash Game value for us in Week One. As long as he is under $7,500, I’ll always have Kelce as my number one tight end in NFL DFS Cash Games.
  2. George Kittle ($6,800) – Kittle was a mismatch nightmare for Tampa Bay all day in Week One. The 49ers’ tight end had ten targets on Sunday and should be the main feature of the 49ers offense for quite some time. I have him projected for 12 targets in this Week Two matchup against the Bengals.
  3. Evan Engram ($5,200) – Engram is more of a wide receiver than he is a tight end, and at this price, that is something DFS players will continue to take advantage of. Engram finished second on the Sunday slate with 14 targets and will continue to receive the majority of Eli’s attention in the pass game.
  4. T.J. Hockenson ($3,000) – Just take advantage of DraftKings making the Week Two pricing before Hockenson dominated the Arizona defense. This kid is special.
  5. Darren Waller ($3,300) – See the write-up above for Tyrell Williams. You’re going to want to get someone in the Oakland passing game as they are pretty much free to roster. Waller had an excellent showing on Monday Night and should continue to be a focus of Derek Carr’s.

Defense/Special Teams

  1. Denver Broncos ($2,700) – Unless Matt Nagy completely flips his playbook around from whatever it was he tried to do on Thursday Night Football, Vic Fangio and the Broncos will eat this Bears’ offense up.
  2. Baltimore Ravens ($3,800) – Kyler Murray and the Arizona Cardinals offense did not impress me, whatsoever. The Ravens’ will destroy what could be the worst offensive line in the NFL.
  3. New England Patriots ($3,700) – They’re playing the Miami Dolphins.
  4. Chicago Bears ($3,900) – I have a feeling the Bears’ defense will be very chalky in Week Two, so tread lightly. There are concerns that this defense is not nearly in good enough shape early in the season to go play in the Denver altitude. They always have incredible upside though, so I had to mention them here.

Sample Lineup

QB: Josh Allen

RB: Saquon Barkley

RB: Alvin Kamara

WR: Keenan Allen

WR: Tyrell Williams

WR: Dede Westbrook

TE: T.J. Hockenson

FLEX: Devin Singletary

DST: Denver Broncos

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The wait is over. Week One is here and it’s time to start reserving your entries and building your lineups for some NFL DFS GPP action. Personally, I think the edge DFS players once had in DFS cash games is starting to decrease drastically, so I am really excited to continue using the majority of my DFS bankroll towards the NFL DFS GPP space. For those of you who still prefer playing more cash games, be sure to check out my article for your Week One Cash Game Picks.

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The purpose of this weekly article is to identify team/game stacks that we are going to use for an NFL DFS GPP. For those of you that don’t know, a “team stack” is simply multiple players from the same team. A “game stack” is similar, except we are going to use players from both teams in a given game. Focusing on team stacks and game stacks is incredibly useful in the NFL DFS GPP environment. That being said, let’s get to the plays!

Top Game Stacks

San Francisco 49ers @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers (51.5)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers – As soon as Bruce Arians was named the head coach in Tampa Bay, I immediately put the Bucs on my radar for Week One NFL DFS. The Bucs are going to play at a fast pace and pass the ball all over the field – which should hopefully lead to a lot of fantasy points against a less-than-stellar San Francisco 49ers’ defensive unit. Please note that I rarely ever use four players from the same team in one lineup – it’s usually best to stick to a max of three players from one team. Here are the guys from Tampa Bay that I’ll be stacking together in my NFL DFS GPP lineup:

  • Jameis Winston
  • Mike Evans
  • Chris Godwin
  • O.J. Howard

San Francisco 49ers – Well, if I think the Tampa Bay offense is going to score at will, I should probably get some players on the 49ers’ side of the ball. The 49ers will also be playing at a high pace, trying to hang around in this shootout matchup against the Bucs (who also happen to have a very weak defense). Using players on both teams in this game is a great example of our “game stacks”. This game is going to be high scoring and you’re going to want exposure to it in your NFL DFS GPP. Players to consider for your stack:

  • Jimmy Garoppolo
  • George Kittle
  • Matt Breida
  • Tevin Coleman
  • Dante Pettis
  • Marquise Goodwin

Kansas City Chiefs @ Jacksonville Jaguars (52)

Kansas City Chiefs – The Chiefs have the highest implied total on the Vegas board that is currently sitting around 28 points. We all know how explosive this offense can be so we don’t need to dive into a whole lot here. Kansas City is going to score points and it seems the DFS public is a bit scared of this matchup against what used to be a stout defense in Jacksonville. I’m all for using two to three Chiefs in my lineups (if I can afford their salaries). Key players I’m targeting:

  • Patrick Mahomes
  • Tyreek Hill
  • Travis Kelce
  • Damien Williams (tread lightly now that LeSean McCoy is on the team, but don’t 100% avoid Williams. He can be a great leverage play at less than 10% ownership)
  • Sammy Watkins

Jacksonville Jaguars – The Chiefs are going to score points in this game and Jacksonville is only a three-point underdog in Vegas. This tells me Vegas is confident that the new Jacksonville offense, under John DeFilippo, can score points in this game as well. I don’t love getting a lot of exposure to the Jaguars due to the fact we really don’t know who’s going to get opportunities in this offense yet. We do need to get some exposure though if we’re going to use Vegas to our advantage and stack the highest total on their board in our NFL DFS GPP.

  • Leonard Fournette
  • Dede Westbrook
  • Nick Foles

Top Team Stacks

Minnesota Vikings I’m targeting the Vikings’ offense for four reasons:

  1. All of their prices on DFS sites are criminally low
  2. The Atlanta Falcons’ defense is a plus-matchup for any competent offense in the NFL until further notice
  3. Kirk Cousins has a career passer rating of 97.5 when playing at home
  4. The Atlanta Falcons and Dan Quinn’s defensive scheme absolutely bleeds fantasy points to opposing running backs… Hello, Dalvin Cook (he will be a chalky play though).

In my NFL DFS GPP lineups that do not key on San Francisco @ Tampa Bay, the Vikings offense will most likely be my main pivot. If you want to roll out some Vikings in your lineup, it’s not a bad idea to use guys like Devonta Freeman, Julio Jones, or Calvin Ridley on the other side in hopes this game shoots-out. Key Minnesota Vikings stack candidates:

  • Dalvin Cook
  • Stefon Diggs
  • Kirk Cousins
  • Adam Thielen

Detroit Lions – Yes, you are reading this correctly, I’m on board with stacking up the Detroit Lions offense in a NFL DFS GPP in Week One, against what should be a terrible Arizona defense. They are going to be incredibly low-owned and a great place to pivot or even to add to your main game stack lineup. My only concern is that the Lions play at a very slow pace… so let’s hope Kyler Murray and the Cardinals can score some points. We need Matthew Stafford and company to move the ball up and down the field on offense, not just run the clock out. Key Lions to stack (maybe get shares of David Johnson on the other side to have a mini-game stack):

  • Kenny Golladay
  • Kerryon Johnson
  • Marvin Jones Jr.
  • Matthew Stafford

Sample NFL DFS GPP Lineup

QB: Jimmy Garoppolo

RB: Leonard Fournette

RB: Damien Williams

WR: Marquise Goodwin

WR: Marvin Jones Jr.

WR: Chris Godwin

TE: George Kittle

FLEX: David Johnson

DST: Miami Dolphins

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