Dak Prescott: ($6,700DK, $8,100FD)
Dak Prescott currently sits as the fourth-ranked quarterback in fantasy football this year, despite his team having an up and down year. He’s well on his way to getting paid, throwing multiple touchdowns in 7-of-9 games this season. Prescott faces the 27th ranked Lions defense in Week 11, the Lions have allowed four of the last six teams to score 26-plus points on them.
Dak Prescott is projected to be rostered in 7.4% of all DFS lineups.
Josh Allen: ($6,600DK, $7,800FD)
Josh Allen produced 14.8 points on the ground alone in Week 10 as we finally see some production out of Allen’s legs. The Bills will head down to Miami to play an improving Dolphins defense, however, they are still ranked 26th in the league. Josh Allen’s production lives and dies by his legs as the receivers around him are never going to carry the load.
Josh Allen is projected to be rostered in 4.1% of all DFS lineups.
Brian Hill: ($4,800DK, $5,900FD)
Brian Hill, newly appointed Falcons starter will get the joys of playing against the 30th ranked Panthers defense in Week 11. In relief of Devonta Freeman last week, Brian Hill amounted 21 touches, so the Falcons clearly trust him to carry the workload. Seven running backs have posted top-15 RB numbers against the Panthers this season and expect Hill to make it eight.
Brian Hill is projected to be rostered in 54.8% of all DFS lineups.
Le’Veon Bell: ($7,200DK, $7,400FD)
If Le’Veon Bell is going to keep riding high from last week which saw him finish as an RB1 for the first time this season since Week 2, he’ll have to take advantage of the 25th ranked Redskins defense. The Redskins bleed volume and while Bell more than likely won’t get 34 touches which is what the Redskins have allowed to running backs this year. He should for sure see at least 20, which will provide us with a high floor.
Le’Veon Bell is projected to be rostered in 2.6% of all DFS lineups.
D.J Moore: ($5,900DK, $6,000FD)
D.J Moore over the last five games has seen at least eight-plus targets in all of them, currently, the Falcons are averaging an alarming 2.18 PPR points per target to receivers. Just think how crazy that is, if everything averages out. D.J Moore is expected to get at least 17.4 PPR points off of targets alone. At this point, you’re taking any teams WR1 vs the Falcons.
D.J Moore is projected to be rostered in 42.5% of all DFS lineups.
Mohamed Sanu: ($5,100DK, $5,800FD)
Sanu saw a startling 14 targets in his second game with the Patriots, he totaled 10/81/1 in a tough matchup against the Ravens. Philadelphia is currently ranked 27th against receivers this year so it should be easy sledding for Sanu in this one. It doesn’t hurt to have the greatest of all time throwing you the ball either.
Mohamed Sanu is projected to be rostered in 18.7% of all DFS lineups.
Jared Cook: ($4,400DK, $6,000FD)
Usually not the biggest fan of Saints tight ends, however, this matchup is a golden opportunity for Jared Cook who shockingly had 10 targets last week. Tampa Bay is absolutely awful against tight ends this season, the only tight end not to finish as a top-14 option against them was Maxx Williams. Cooks should be seen as an option that is worth the extra price this week.
Jared Cook is projected to be rostered in 14.9% of all DFS lineups.
Jason Witten: ($3,700DK, $5,600FD)
Jason Witten has had an average season by all accounts, that was expected after sitting out for an entire year. Luckily he finds himself in a good matchup this week against the Lions defense who are currently allowing a 70 percent completion rate, 9.25 yards per target and 2.05 fantasy points per target to tight ends, all bottom five marks in the NFL.
Jason Witten is projected to be rostered in 0.4% of all DFS lineups.
Arizona Cardinals: ($1,500DK, $3,500FD)
Hear us out on this one. In DFS, we chase value. Arizona is currently sitting at a shocking $1,500 on Draftkings and they are only projected to score 5.4 points. That still amounts to a shocking 3.57x value and is by far the highest on the slate. Save your money on the defense and spend elsewhere. If the Cardinals can score a defensive touchdown that they haven’t done yet this year, so they are due, they will be a league winner.
Arizona is projected to be rostered in 6.4% of all DFS lineups.