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2019 Daily Fantasy: DraftKings NFL Week 11 Picks and Sleepers

Week 10 was VERY, VERY good to us here at the RSJ. The Wolf and Jimbo were exchanging pleasantries and gallivanting in their winnings thanks to such a fantastic slate. The value plays hit, the studs did their job, and just about everything went to plan. But there’s no time to rest on the laurels here, another week comes forth and this one proves to be a challenging one. Nonetheless, we continue to grind.

Let’s get it.

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  • Lamar Jackson ($7,700)
    • Boy did Lamar show out once again and show why he’s worth paying up for. His rushing numbers alone make him worth the investment but when he adds on 200+ passing yards and 3 touchdowns through the air he’s real special. It’s a huge game against the Texans who have been more susceptible through the air while Lamar will still get his rushing numbers.
  • Jameis Winston ($6,500)
    • 20+ point performances in four straight games for Jameis, and now he gets a likely shootout with the Saints without star corner Marshon Lattimore. The Bucs have the weapons to feast on a weakened secondary.
  • Kyle Allen ($5,300)
    • The value play at QB comes in the form of Kyle Allen. The Falcons defense has flipped the script this year where they are sturdier against RBs while getting torched by the passing game. Allen has skill guys that can take advantage in a game that should have a high point total.

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Running Backs:

  • Ezekiel Elliott ($9,000)
    • Prime for a bounce back spot, Zeke has gotten the right usage it’s just the results we’re waiting on. What better team to help him out than the pitiful Lions defense that is riddled up front with injuries. Zeke hasn’t scored in two straight games, I doubt he makes it three.
  • Josh Jacobs ($6,900)
    • I love the volume Jacobs continues to get in Oakland’s offense and he’s making the most of it. A talented runner facing a piss poor defense in the Bengals as a home favorite is a match made in heaven.
  • Joe Mixon ($5,500)
    • Opposite of Jacobs, Mixon is slowly starting to ball out. He got 30 carries last week (30!) as they got their doors blown off by the Ravens. With Finley at QB, this team clearly looks to go through Mixon and he’s by far the most talented player on the offense.
  • Brian Hill ($4,800)
    • Likely to be a popular play in a plus matchup against a bad Panthers run defense, Brian Hill steps into the RB1 role with Devonta Freeman’s injury. Hill has actually looked solid and handled 20 carries last week and has been involved in the passing game. Great value here for a high workload.
  • Miles Sanders ($4,100)
    • The Patriots defense has been rock solid, but Baltimore showed some cracks. Sanders is an extremely talented back and great receiving option for the Eagles. You can’t guarantee on high usage, but his high ceiling in the passing game make him tournament worthy if the Patriots focus their defensive effort on Jeffery/Ertz.

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Wide Receivers:

  • Michael Thomas ($9,900)
    • He got a huge price bump and reasonably so. The only real threat in the Saints passing game, Thomas gets peppered with targets while racking up yardage at an unreal pace. Now against a pass funnel Bucs defense that just waived corner Vernon Hargraves, yes please.
  • Chris Godwin ($7,300)
    • Opposite Thomas, Godwin is the guy I want from the Bucs pass catchers. Lattimore is out as we mentioned back in Winston’s description, and Godwin torched the Saints earlier in the year with 34 points.
  • DJ Moore ($5,900)
    • I love the target numbers Moore is getting, and now he’s answering the bell with high yardage numbers. He’s found a rhythm with Kyle Allen, and is due for some positive touchdown regression (1 on the season) against a vulnerable Falcons secondary.
  • Mohammed Sanu ($5,100)
    • Think Sanu fits in with Tom Brady and the Patriots offense? 14 targets, 10 catches for 81 yards and a score. Brady clearly has chemistry with him and can get him the ball. Now they face a leaky Eagles secondary that’s a premier pass funnel defense. Brady will want his revenge.
  • Deebo Samuel ($4,000)
    • He had a big time MNF performance which was aided by the injury to Emmanuel Sanders. As Garoppolo’s WR1 now, he draws a plus matchup with the Cardinals looking to bounce back from the team’s first loss of the season.

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Tight Ends:

  • Mark Andrews ($6,100)
    • It’s clear Andrews is the guy Lamar looks for when dropping back to pass. Houston can be beaten through the air, and Andrews is a big time red zone weapon for Baltimore’s passing game.
  • Jared Cook ($4,400)
    • With 10 targets last week, Cook is creeping back into consideration against the Bucs defense. The Saints lack other pass catchers where Cook can step up if Thomas garners too much attention.
  • Ross Dwelley ($3,400)
    • With George Kittle ruled out, that leaves Dwelley as the TE1 against the Cardinals defense that we love to target for DFS. OJ Howard awoke from his year long slumber to produce against them, so I like Dwelley’s odds of continuing the trend.


  • Oakland Raiders ($3,300)
    • The Raiders defense was a turnover creating machine against the Chargers last Thursday night. Now they face Ryan Finley who threw two pick sixes against Baltimore.
  • New York Jets ($3,100)
    • Need to save a little bit from the top guys? Look towards the Jets defense that’s bolstered with playmakers and facing rookie Dwayne Haskins who has done really nothing special. Hopefully Jamaal Adams can pull another crazy trick out of his bag this week.
  • Miami Dolphins ($2,500)
    • Real stretch play here, but Buffalo hasn’t been very dynamic on offense and Josh Allen has been turning the ball over at a high rate while taking plenty of sacks. It’s not great, but they’re at home which certainly helps.

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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