DraftKings NFL Week 10 Picks & Sleepers: Game Stack the Bears and Lions

There's one juicy game stack that we love this week.

Don’t let Jimbo get hot folks! We’ve seemingly found our stride riding the coattails of Justin Fields, Travis Etienne, and Justin Jefferson last week. This week is a bit interesting though, as some of the better teams are off the main slate and we’re left with a hodgepodge of meh.

Let’s ride!


Justin Fields $6,500 (vs DET)

You won’t see a price climb that much in one week very often, but when you have the week Justin Fields had against Miami, it’s warranted. He’s completely unlocked his Konami Code upside and has been the top-scoring QB over multiple weeks. He’s got a new toy in Chase Claypool at his disposal and his rushing upside isn’t going anywhere. Parlay this with Detroit’s poor defense and he could pop off yet again.

Jared Goff $5,500 (at CHI)

Pretty straightforward here but I’ll likely be targeting the quarterbacks in this matchup. Two poor defenses should have these guys going back and forth all game long. While Jared Goff isn’t Tua Tagovailoa, nor does he have the same weapons at his disposal, this Bears’ defense is still bad enough that this should be a high-scoring game — with a total of 48.5 points.

Other intriguing options:

Tua Tagovailoa $6,700 (vs CLE), Trevor Lawrence $5,400 (at KC)


Saquon Barkley $8,600 (vs HOU)

A high-volume running back that’s the focal point of his offense, facing the league’s worst run defense as a heavy home favorite is a recipe for DFS success. The stars have aligned perfectly for the best game script Saquon Barkley could ask coming off the bye week. Sharpie in another monster game for Saquon.

Josh Jacobs $7,600 (vs IND)

With two subpar weeks in a row, Josh Jacobs and the Raiders offense are looking at a nice bounce back this week against the Colts. Indianapolis’ offense is completely inept, meaning the Raiders should be up early and often in this one. Jacobs is a running back whose heavily game-script-dependent and thrives with a lead.

Jeff Wilson Jr $5,500 (vs CLE)

Coming in a trade from San Francisco, Jeff Wilson is quite familiar with Mike McDaniel and seems well on his way to becoming Miami’s RB1. This could be Wilson’s moment to establish himself as the lead back over Raheem Mostert against a Browns defense that struggles against the run.

Other intriguing options:

Derrick Henry $8,300 (vs DEN), Travis Etienne $7,100 (at KC), David Montgomery $6,000 (vs DET), Jamaal Williams $5,900 (at CHI)


Amon-Ra St. Brown $6,900 (at CHI)

The production has fallen off a cliff for the Sun God since his red hot start to the season. His targets and looks are still there, so the volume is positive, but the results aren’t translating. What better way to fix that than against the Bears’ defense this week? Expect St. Brown to turn back the clock in a plus-matchup.

JuJu Smith-Schuster $6,000 (vs JAX)

JuJu has been a reliable No. 2 in Kansas City behind Travis Kelce this year and he’s generally good for roughly eight targets per game — which is great volume in this offense. Mecole Hardman missed practice through Thursday, which would then only boost JuJu’s stock if he sits out. The Chiefs are still integrating Kadarius Toney into the offense, so expect Smith-Schuster to take on a more significant role in the passing game against a struggling Jags’ defense.

Rondale Moore $5,200 (at LAR)

Despite the return of De’Andre Hopkins, Rondale Moore has still had a major role in the Cardinals’ offense. Moore’s skill-set allowed him to get open for double-digit targets last week and he’s electric after the catch. While Hopkins could get a heavy dose of Jalen Ramsey, this could open more opportunities for Moore to see more (lol see what I did there) action.

Mack Hollins $4,200 (vs IND)

Last week we saw Davante Adams explode after a disastrous Week 8. It will be hard for Adams to repeat that 40 DK point day, which is why I like Hollins this week. The Raiders placed Darren Waller and Hunter Renfrow on IR, meaning Hollins is the de-facto No. 2 pass-catcher in this offense. Adams will get his, but we should get a nice bump from Hollins at a very cheap price.

Other intriguing options:

Cooper Kupp $9,000 (vs ARI), Davante Adams $8,900 (vs IND), Jaylen Waddle $7,600 (vs CLE), Chris Olave $6,800 (at PIT), Christian Kirk $5,900 (at KC), Jerry Jeudy $5,700 (at TEN), Darnell Mooney $5,500 (vs DET), Kadarius Toney $5,000 (vs JAX), Chase Claypool $4,800 (vs DET), Donovan Peoples-Jones $4,300 (at MIA)


Pat Freiermuth $4,200 (vs NO)

Trading away Chase Claypool opened up more targets for the other Steelers pass catchers. Mike Tomlin even said himself that Freiermuth was likely to pick up more targets, we just need Kenny Pickett to get the ball to him.

Greg Dulcich $3,400 (at TEN)

Greg Dulcich, one of The Wolf’s favorite rest-of-season tight ends, has really come onto the scene since returning from injury. Denver’s offense is struggling as a whole, but Dulcich is one of the bright spots in a team that’s begging for a playmaker. Courtland Sutton, who?

Other intriguing options:

Dalton Schultz $3,800 (at GB), Cole Kmet $3,400 (vs DET), Foster Moreau $3,200 (vs IND)


Las Vegas Raiders $3,800 (vs IND)

Is the Raiders’ defense bad? It sure is. Is the Colts’ offense even worse? Somehow. Sam Ehlinger has struggled big time and this offense has shown no signs of life with him under center. Add in the Jeff Saturday and an intern calling plays and it’s a complete disaster.

Pittsburgh Steelers $2,800 (vs NO)

TJ Watt and Minkah Fitzpatrick are both back in the lineup and the last time these two both played together, they scored 26 points in Week 1 vs the Bengals. We all know Watt will be wreaking havoc in the backfield and should cause an Andy Dalton turnover or two.

Minnesota Vikings $2,200 (at BUF)

This is a temporary pick if Josh Allen ends up missing the game with his elbow injury. Then again, even if he does play and is somewhat limited, maybe they’ll take it slow and run the ball more this week. Crazier things have happened.

Other intriguing options:

Dallas Cowboys $4,000 (at GB), Kansas City Chiefs $3,400 (vs JAX)


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