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2019 Daily Fantasy: DraftKings NFL Week 10 Picks and Sleepers

I’m still tilting hard from last week where I had the right games, just not the right players. Preston Williams over DeVante Parker. Jamison Crowder over Robby Anderson. The analysis and direction was there, just not the exact result. Anyways, we welcome back more talented teams to this slate and get ready to print out more money for Week 10.

Let’s get it.

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  • Lamar Jackson ($7,300)
    • Wow. That’s all I can say about Lamar after watching him carve up the Patriots defense on Sunday night. He’s the ultimate cheat code with those legs, and the Bengals are certainly not going to stop him this week.
  • Jameis Winston ($6,800)
    • He actually played a very good game until a costly late turnover derailed things, but Jameis is putting up numbers. This week he faces the Cardinals defense giving up the most fantasy points to QBs. Jimmy G just tossed 4 TDs on these guys, and now they have to cover Mike Evans and Chris Godwin. Good luck.
  • Ryan Tannehill ($5,100)
    • Wanna spend down? Tannehill might be your play especially if Mahomes suits up and the Titans are playing catch up. Since becoming the starter he’s posted games of 23, 19 and 28 DK points the most recent against a solid Panthers pass defense. Against the Chiefs, that’s a much better matchup for Tannehill.

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Running Backs:

  • Christian McCaffrey ($10,500)
    • Don’t let the price scare you. He’s still outperforming his massive salary and averaging 32.7 DK ppg. He just ripped off 40 against the Titans, and now he faces the Packers who have been one of the weaker defenses against the run. The man is insane, you can’t not play him at this point.
  • Mark Ingram ($7,100)
    • He looked very good against the Patriots minus the fumble lost which would have had Ingram at a 20 point game. Even though he was vultured by Gus Edwards, Ingram can make up for his recent touchdown regression against the league worst run defense Bengals.
  • David Montgomery ($5,300)
    • A running back that’s getting a high volume rush total and all the goal line usage that’s also under 5.5k? Sign me up. Montgomery has been leaned on way more in the Bears “offense” (if you want to call it that) and now he’s in a positive game script as a home favorite over the second worst run defense in Detroit.
  • Devin Singletary ($5,000)
    • He was finally unleashed over Frank Gore, and Singletary is also being used in the passing game which makes him even more valuable. Facing the sinking Browns, Singletary and the Bills should be running wild this week.
  • Joe Mixon ($4,700)
    • It’s just bizarre to see Joe Mixon priced this low but he’s been so underwhelming. Nevertheless, he’s still the lead back getting a load of touches in the offense and has scored in back to back games. You don’t often find someone this cheap getting that many touches unless an opportunity opens up through injury.

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Wide Receivers:

  • Michael Thomas ($8,300)
    • The PPR machine is back off bye and Drew Brees is back at QB. Pair that with a terrible Falcons secondary and you have all the makings of a classic Mike Thomas-esque game here with 10+ catches for over 100 yards and a score.
  • Mike Evans ($7,600)
    • With 35 targets in his last 3 games, Evans is on fire in Tampa Bay and now welcomes a trip to the terrible Cardinals secondary. He should have no problem whatsoever producing on the field, and the only worry comes from The God lining up on the other side of the offense.
  • Zach Pascal ($5,300)
    • The injury to TY Hilton thrust Pascal into the WR1 role and he responded. That was against a stingy Steelers defense, now pair him with the Dolphins secondary and things look bright for this Colts pass catcher.
  • Jamison Crowder ($5,000)
    • Last week I featured the Cum Cave Robby Anderson over Crowder and it bit me in the ass. Darnold just isn’t good enough right now to hit Robby for a bomb and instead relies on Crowder for short to intermediate routes. Against the Giants, he can put up another high catch game with great target numbers.
  • Tyler Boyd ($4,700)
    • He’s priced down for the return of AJ Green, but Green is dealing with an ankle issue and missed practice earlier in the week so it’s very possible his scheduled return could be put on hold. Regardless, Boyd at this low of a price is a great spot for a guy putting up these kind of target numbers. The team should be passing often catching up to the Ravens, hopefully new starter Ryan Finley isn’t too incompetent to get Boyd the ball.

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Tight Ends:

  • Austin Hooper ($5,500)
    • The return of Matt Ryan and an impending loss to the Saints should mean good things for Hooper. The dink and dunks playing catchup when the game is lost has helped him thrive this year and he’s been a double digit point scoring machine for Atlanta.
  • Mike Gesicki ($3,100)
    • Injuries and suspensions have lead to Gesicki’s stock rising on Miami’s totem pole of offensive weapons. His yardage has been impressive and is a prime candidate for positive touchdown regression against a Colts defense vulnerable to the tight end spot.
  • Rhett Ellison ($2,500)
    • With Evan Engram out this week, Ellison is expected to start and soak up a piece of Engram’s targets for the Giants offense. He was the flow chart recipient of the touchdown back against the Cardinals, and now a leaky Jets defense could prove valuable to target once again.


  • Indianapolis Colts D/ST ($3,500)
    • I’m a simple man. I see a home game against the Dolphins, and you get included in here.
  • Buffalo Bills D/ST ($2,900)
    • We’re all waiting for the breakout game by the Browns, but why would it happen here against a very good Bills defense. Baker has been a sack and turnover machine no thanks to his porous offensive line which is key for DFS standards.
  • Pittsburgh Steelers D/ST ($2,600)
    • I love this defense and the pressure they apply. Targeting the Rams could back fire very easily, but we’ve seen Goff struggle mightily this year and this isn’t the Todd Gurley we’re accustomed to. Should be very low owned this week, good pivot play.

Do you have any early leans? Questions about which guy you should go with this week? Want to yell at me for missing an obvious play? Sound off below or hit me up on Twitter where you can follow for daily news or advice on players.

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