DFS Week 11 – 11/18/2018

Wide Receivers:

Michael Thomas $8800 vs PHI: The Eagles secondary is depleted which makes for a great opportunity for Michael Thomas. I am a bit wary of the price tag here so I won’t be all in on him. Definitely need exposure here especially if it turns into a shootout.

Odell Beckham Jr. $8400 vs TB: Another potential shootout spot against one of the worst passing defenses in the league. I don’t mind pairing him here with Saquon either as a game stack if you want. There should be plenty of production to go around in this one.

Deandre Hopkins $7900 at WAS: Hopkins is heating up and now gets the Redskins who are not good at stopping the passing attack. Don’t see any negative here and he is fairly priced.

Antonio Brown $7800 @ JAX: Ownership should be low here which makes AB intriguing at this price point. It is a tough matchup still, and to me this play is more suited for GPPs.

Mike Evans $7300 at NYG: I really like this play as Todd Monken is re-assuming his play-calling duties. Ownership should be lower as you look at the gamelogs and see the back to back duds. The shootout potential only adds to his upside.

Keenan Allen $6700 vs DEN: I find Allen fitting into my lineups most of the time just from a roster construction standpoint. He offers a solid floor and the potential upside is always there. The fact that the Chargers have been going more run heavy in the recent weeks does concern me a bit, but with Keenan’s reduced price I don’t mind assuming the risk.

Kenny Golladay $5800 vs CAR: Golladay should get plenty of targets here with Marvin Jones out and Tate being traded away. Now that also means he is going to get a lot of attention from the defense. Stafford should still look his way, but still be wary as this feels like it could be a let down spot to me.

Corey Davis $5600 at IND: Davis should get plenty of volume here as he’s seen 10 targets the past two games. He seems to be adjusting to being the number 1 receiver which bodes well for him in this game that should be a shootout.

Amari Cooper $5400 at ATL: Another volume play here in a game that Dallas will most likely be playing from behind in. He should know more of the playbook at this point and be able to produce more with 9 targets on average in his first two games as part of the Cowboys.

GPP punt plays: Tre’Quan Smith, D.J. Moore, Nelson Agholor, Seth Roberts/Brandon LaFell

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