NFL Draft Kings Picks



I'll be posting NFL Draft Kings picks here. These are all lineups I will be playing personally.

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Super Bowl LIV Showdown


Here are four of the lineups I'm using for the Super Bowl:









All four lineups have different narratives. The first sees the Chiefs getting a big lead and the 49ers having to throw, hence the Kyle Juszczyk play. This lineup should be unique because we're including Juszczyk while leaving $1,200 on the table.

This next one follows a similar dynamic with Blake Bell and the $1,100 left over. This one sees the Chiefs falling behind and having to play catch up.

The third lineup is a shootout projection. We spent just $47,300, so this lineup figures to be unique.

This fourth lineup projects a blowout. Most lineups won't see a 5x1 construction, which is typical in one-sided affairs.

Some other notes:

  • The captains I'd use are: Patrick Mahomes, George Kittle, Tyreek Hill, Damien Williams, Travis Kelce, Raheem Mostert, Emmanuel Sanders, Deebo Samuel and Sammy Watkins. Don't get cute at captain.

  • Be different. Make sure you leave at least $1,000 on the table, and if you don't, have some weird guys in your lineup like Bell, Juszczyk or Levine Toilolo.

  • When constructing your lineup, ask how the game will play out for you to win. For example, putting Mostert at captain and Garoppolo in the flex is a weird combination because Garoppolo doesn't throw to Mostert.

  • Good luck! I'll be running 150 lineups in the $1 million contest on DraftKings, so if I don't win, hopefully one of you reading this will!







    Week 20: Main Slate; TEN-KC and GB-SF Showdown


    Here are four of the lineups I'm using for the main slate, one for each quarterback:









    The first lineup is very chalky, so you can use it in cash games and single-entry contests. As you can see with the number below, the total percentage these players are owned is 351.8, which is much higher than the other three lineups, which I'd recommend for tournaments.

    Aaron Rodgers could have a big fantasy game despite the tough matchup. He's Aaron Rodgers, after all. He could do well in normal action, or his stats could come in garbage time. Either way, I'd stack him with his top two weapons. Rodgers is projected to be the lowest owned of the four quarterbacks, so we don't have to get too different otherwise.

    Ryan Tannehill may have to throw a lot in catch-up mode. If so, he's most likely to target A.J. Brown and Jonnu Smith. This stack is running it back with Damien Williams and Travis Kelce.

    Perhaps Jimmy Garoppolo will have to throw in garbage time as well. I'm pairing him with not one, not two, but three teammates, then getting Aaron Jones and Davante Adams on the other end of it.

    By the way, don't be afraid to play a defense against your quarterback. I wouldn't do this on a normal Sunday slate, but this sort of conflict doesn't matter in a two-gamer.




    Here are two lineups for the Titans-Chiefs Showdown:





    I normally don't recommend quarterbacks as captains because if they throw a touchdown pass to a receiver, it's four points to them and seven to the receiver (six for the touchdown, one for the reception.) The exception to this rule is scrambling quarterbacks. Whenever they run, those are points that they are scoring alone.

    With that in mind, Patrick Mahomes is my favorite captain in this game. Make sure to pair him with a pass-catcher of his, then run it back with Ryan Tannehill and at least two of his receiving weapons because he's likely to have to throw the ball in garbage time.

    I also like Damien Williams as captain. It's possible that most of the Chiefs' touchdowns could come on the ground, so I want to account for that possibility.

    Also, make sure you leave at least $2,000 on the table to have a different lineup. The main DraftKings contest will have 41,100 entrants, so you'll need to differentiate.



    Here are two lineups for the Packers-49ers Showdown:





    You usually want to play a running back or a receiver as captain. I'm confident that rule applies in this game, barring some major Aaron Rodgers rushing numbers.

    With that in mind, Davante Adams and George Kittle make the most sense as captains. Make sure to pair them with their quarterbacks, then run it back with the opposing passing or rushing attack.

    As with most Showdown recommendations, feel free to switch one or two players because many people will be reading this, and they will use the same lineup.

    Here's our Week 20 fantasy football and DFS strategy show:





    Week 19: Sunday Slate; Seahawks-Packers Showdown


    Here are three of the lineups I'm using for the Sunday-only slate:







    As I wrote yesterday, Russell Wilson is my favorite quarterback this week. Nothing has changed for the Sunday slate. Wilson is very lowly owned for some reason in a great matchup. He may even get back Duane Brown, which is great news. I like pairing Wilson with two of Tyler Lockett, D.K. Metcalf and Jacob Hollister, then running it back with two Packers. This left us enough money to get Tyreek Hill and Damien Williams in our lineup.

    Patrick Mahomes is always going to be a great play. However, I'd avoid pairing him with both Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce because it'll be difficult to get differentiation. It's worth trying one of Mecole Hardman or Demarcus Robinson. Pair Mahomes with two Texans.

    I like the other side of the Chiefs-Texans game as well. Deshaun Watson could throw a lot in garbage time. Again, avoid the obvious Watson-DeAndre Hopkins-Will Fuller stack.



    Here are three lineups for the Seahawks-Packers Showdown:







    You usually want to play a running back or a receiver as captain, but the exception is a scrambling quarterback. Russell Wilson is a great captain. Either way, make sure you have both him and Aaron Rodgers in all of your Showdown lineups because they both have a near-100-percent chance of being the top six scorers.

    If you roster both Wilson and Rodgers, you'll need to differentiate. My favorite way to do this is to fade the top-owned wide receivers. Wideouts are highly variant, so there's a decent chance both Davante Adams and Tyreek Hill have disappointing performances.



    Week 19: Main Slate


    Here are three of the lineups I'm using for the main slate:







    Russell Wilson is my favorite quarterback this week for large-field tournaments. As you can see, he's projected for 9.3-percent ownership, whereas Lamar Jackson and Patrick Mahomes are 20 percent or higher. D.K. Metcalf is also very lowly owned, so I like the idea of stacking the two together, then running it back with Aaron Jones and Allen Lazard. Tevin Coleman will stick out in that lineup, but he's cheap and is making everything else possible. Coleman could always fall into the end zone.

    I like the other side of the game as well. Aaron Rodgers could have to throw a lot. He's not highly owned either (10.2%), but if I use him, I would stay away from Davante Adams. I'd be willing to bet that at least 80 percent of lineups with Rodgers as the quarterback will have Adams as well. Not having Adams is risky, but it's a great way to be different.

    Deshaun Watson also stands out at 13-percent ownership. Again, we're avoiding his top receiver to be different. This is a strategy that DFS expert Jade Roper utilized when she took down the million dollars last week.



    Week 18: Sunday Slate; Seahawks-Eagles Showdown


    Here are three of the lineups I'm using for the main slate:







    The first lineup doesn't have Michael Thomas or Alvin Kamara. Both are projected for 60-percent ownership, so getting away from both is an easy way to be contrarian without using any suspicious players.

    Speaking of suspicious players, Marshawn Lynch, Boston Scott and David Moore are in my Drew Brees lineup. Brees-Thomas lineups are very chalky, so you have to include at least two sketchy players for differentiation. I don't mind these guys, actually, because Scott could be getting some work if Miles Sanders is not 100 percent. Lynch could score a touchdown. As for Moore, both Jaron Brown and Malik Turner are out, so he could receive more targets.

    Using both Latavius Murray and Kamara is another way to differentiate. I doubt anyone is going to pair them together, but it's possible that both score rushing touchdowns.

    Here are two lineups for the Seahawks-Eagles Showdown:





    I would not play Tyler Lockett, as he's the highest-owned non-quarterback. Avoiding him and leaving money on the table is an easy way to differentiate.

    Russell Wilson and D.K. Metcalf are my two favorite captains. A cheap guy to plug in is Robert Davis, who ran 36 routes last week. David Moore is also a solid cheap choice, for reasons I stated above.



    Week 18: Main Slate


    Here are eight of the lineups I'm using for the main slate:











    I'm posting one lineup for each quarterback. I think every single quarterback is viable this week; my top and bottom players at the position are separated by just seven points!

    Beginning with Drew Brees, pairing him with Alvin Kamara and Michael Thomas is very chalky, so I've paired them with lowly owned options like Keke Coutee, Jordan Akins and Adam Thielen. The latter might stick out, but Thielen is projected for just 9-percent ownership. He's one of my favorite plays this week for that reason, which is why he's in plenty of my lineups.

    The Seattle stack includes Tyler Lockett, who is another low-owned player. As you can see, he's projected for just 11.9-percent ownership.

    Pairing Deshaun Watson with DeAndre Hopkins is something that should be done. I would also throw in Coutee or one of the tight ends as well.

    You can pair Miles Sanders with Carson Wentz. Sanders catches plenty of passes, so he's a good stack teammate. Keep in mind that Zach Ertz should be replaced with Dallas Goedert if Ertz is ruled out.

    I don't like Carlos Hyde this week, but if the Texans are up, Hyde will get touches. That also means Josh Allen will be throwing frequently.

    The Tom Brady stack should make sense. N'Keal Harry saw seven targets in Week 17, so he interests me.

    Ryan Tannehill has a tough matchup, but he'll be throwing a lot if he's behind. The Tannehill stack is cheap enough that we can get Dalvin Cook and Michael Thomas without sacrificing much.

    I hate Kirk Cousins in real life, but there could be tons of garbage-time stats in the cards for him.

    Update: Jordan Akins is out. Swap him with Darren Fells.



    Week 17: Main Slate; Eagles-Giants Showdown


    Here are three of the lineups I'm using for the main slate:







    I'm focusing on five-player stacks this week. There's lots of risk using this strategy, but with risk comes reward in very large-field DFS tournaments.

    Carson Wentz is my top quarterback to stack this week because of Zach Ertz's absence. That might seem counterintuitive, but Ertz's absence creates a consolidated target share.

    I love Daniel Jones as well. He has more options to throw to, but Philadelphia's secondary is horrible.

    Case Keenum is my sleeper quarterback this week. The Cowboys have defensive problems, and Keenum could be throwing frequently if trailing. Plus, Keenum is so cheap that he allows a lineup that's comprised of Alvin Kamara, Aaron Jones and Ezekiel Elliott!



    Here are three of the 49ers-Seahawks lineups I'm using Sunday night:







    I love the strategy of making a lineup without two of the highest-owned non-quarterbacks, and that would be George Kittle and Tyler Lockett.

    Of course, I'm not going to avoid them entirely. If you want to use Kittle or Lockett, I would use them at captain rather than flex, and I would also leave lots of money on the table.

    As with most Showdown recommendations, feel free to switch one or two players because many people will be reading this, and they will use the same lineup.

    Here's our Week 16 fantasy football and DFS strategy show:



    Week 16: Packers at Vikings Showdown


    Here are three of the lineups I'm using for the Packers at Vikings Showdown slate:







    I'm running through three scenarios. The first is a shootout, and in that case, the winning quarterback or winning receiver are generally the captains. I usually like to leave more than $1,200 on the table, but how many entries are going to have both Jake Kumerow and Ameer Abdullah?

    The second scenario is a low-scoring grinder, which is why I've used both a kicker and a defense. Still, the winning receiver still makes the most sense as the captain.

    The final lineup is a blowout, which would lend to Aaron Jones being the winning captain.

    As with most Showdown recommendations, feel free to swtich one or two players because many people will be reading this, and they will use the same lineup.

    Here's our Week 16 fantasy football and DFS strategy show:



    Week 16: Main Slate; Chiefs-Bears Showdown


    Here are three of the lineups I'm using for the main slate:







    Ryan Tannehill is projected to be owned in just 3.8 percent of lineups, but I think there's a greater chance he's the winning quarterback this week. You'll obviously want to pair him A.J. Brown and one of Corey Davis or Jonnu Smith.

    Matt Ryan is more popular, but he has a high chance of being a top producer as well. Pair him with Julio Jones and another of his weapons, and then run it back with D.J. Chark. You'll need the Jaguars to be competitive for Ryan stacks to reach their potential.

    Shockingly, Drew Brees is projected for just 4.5-percent ownership. That's insane. I wouldn't be afraid to pair him with Alvin Kamara, who is bound to bounce back.

    Here are three of the Chiefs-Bears lineups I'm using Sunday night:







    Doing a study of Showdown slates, I've found that the most likely winning captains are the winning running back, winning receiver and losing receiver. However, running quarterbacks tend to hit as well, making Patrick Mahomes a great option at captain.

    Make sure you leave $1,200 or more on the table when you do a Showdown lineup; otherwise, you'll have a heavily duplicated lineup.

    As with most Showdown recommendations, feel free to switch one or two players because many people will be reading this, and they will use the same lineup.

    Here's our Week 16 fantasy football and DFS strategy show:



    Week 16: Saturday Main Slate


    Here are three of the lineups I'm using for the Saturday main slate:







    I love three-game NFL slates, so let's try to win the $200,000 grand prize DraftKings is offering!

    Deshaun Watson is the top quarterback this week. He's also the highest-owned quarterback. Thus, you can either avoid him - which I wouldn't recommend - or fade some of the other chalk. This includes Breshad Perriman. I'd rather play Justin Watson, or even Ishmael Hyman.

    Of course, you shouldn't own Watson in every lineup. Jameis Winston is a great option as well. Again, I wouldn't pair Winston with Perriman in a tournament with around 60,000 people.



    Here's our Week 16 fantasy football and DFS strategy show:



    Week 15: Colts at Saints Showdown


    Here are three of the lineups I'm using for the Colts at Saints Showdown slate:







    Alvin Kamara might be less owned tonight than Michael Thomas because of his struggles last week, so I'm willing to try him as captain. I also think it's a viable to fade one of them and leave between $1,200 and $2,000 on the table.

    I should say that I found lineup construction difficult tonight because the Colts receivers not named T.Y. Hilton are priced up for Hilton being out, and yet Hilton is playing. That's why I've included some dubious players in my lineups.

    As with most Showdown recommendations, feel free to swtich one or two players because many people will be reading this, and they will use the same lineup.

    Here's our Week 15 NFL DFS Strategy Show:



    Week 15: Jets at Ravens Showdown


    Here are three of the lineups I'm using for the Jets-Ravens Showdown slate:







    Lamar Jackson is a frequent winning captain in games he plays. Perhaps he'll be owned less than usual as captain because of his questionable status.

    Marquise Brown has struggled in recent weeks, but he could finally bounce back against a Jets secondary missing three starters.

    The third lineup is one that Kenny and I put together on our DFS Strategy show episode that you can see below.

    As with most Showdown recommendations, feel free to swtich one or two players because many people will be reading this, and they will use the same lineup.

    Here's our Week 15 fantasy football show:



    Week 15: Main Slate; Bills-Steelers Showdown


    Here are three of the lineups I'm using for the main slate:







    Deshaun Watson is my highest-exposed quarterback. The Titans are missing several cornerbacks, and there's a chance the Texans will be trailing. That will force Watson into throwing a lot, so stacking him with two receivers and then running it back with Derrick Henry makes sense.

    Jared Goff gets a Dallas defense that hasn't been able to stock Josh Allen and Mitchell Trubisky the past couple of weeks. Pairing him and two receivers/tight ends with Ezekiel Elliott is a nice move. A lineup with Elliott, Chris Carson, Saquon Barkley and Cooper Kupp has the upside to win a tournament.

    Matt Ryan will almost certainly have to throw a lot. The 49ers are missing several starters, including multiple defensive backs.

    Here are three of the Bills-Steelers lineups I'm using Sunday night:







    Doing a study of Showdown slates, I've found that the most likely winning captains are the winning running back, winning receiver and losing receiver. Thus, all are featured in these three lineups.

    Make sure you leave $1,500 or more on the table when you do a Showdown lineup; otherwise, you'll have a heavily duplicate lineup.

    As with most Showdown recommendations, feel free to switch one or two players because many people will be reading this, and they will use the same lineup.

    Here's our Week 15 fantasy football show:



    Week 15: Jets at Ravens Showdown


    Here are three of the lineups I'm using for the Jets-Ravens Showdown slate:







    Lamar Jackson is a frequent winning captain in games he plays. Perhaps he'll be owned less than usual as captain because of his questionable status.

    Marquise Brown has struggled in recent weeks, but he could finally bounce back against a Jets secondary missing three starters.

    The third lineup is one that Kenny and I put together on our DFS Strategy show episode that you can see below.

    As with most Showdown recommendations, feel free to swtich one or two players because many people will be reading this, and they will use the same lineup.

    Here's our Week 15 fantasy football show:



    Week 14: Cowboys at Bears Showdown


    Here are three of the lineups I'm using for the Cowboys-Bears Showdown slate:







    If you use a popular captain like Ezekiel Elliott or Amari Cooper, make sure you leave more than $2,000 on the table. You could also fade both, as they're likely to be the highest-owned non-quarterbacks on the slate.

    Randall Cobb is not going to be a very popular captain, so I'm fine with spending all but $1,200 in that lineup.

    If you're wondering about Javon Wims, he saw six targets last week in the wake of Taylor Gabriel's injury. Gabriel is out again.

    As with most Showdown recommendations, feel free to swtich one or two players because many people will be reading this, and they will use the same lineup.

    Here's our Week 14 fantasy football show:



    Week 13: Vikings-Seahawks Showdown


    Here are three of the lineups I'm using for the Vikings at Seahawks Showdown slate:







    Stefon Diggs is one of my favorite captains tonight, and I would pair him with Kirk Cousins. Running it back, I'm counting on Russell Wilson throwing to some of his "lesser" options.

    Dalvin Cook is the highest-owned non quarterback tonight, so if you play him, make sure you leave at least $2,000 on the table. Don't be afraid to use Alexander Mattison with Cook. It's not uncommon for two running backs to hit from the same team.

    Tyler Lockett is a great captain as well. Like Cook, he'll be very popular, so leave lots of money on the table.

    As with most Showdown recommendations, feel free to swtich one or two players because many people will be reading this, and they will use the same lineup.



    Week 13: Thanksgiving Slate; Saints-Falcons Showdown


    Here are three of the lineups I'm using for the main slate:







    Josh Allen is one of my favorite quarterbacks on Thanksgiving. Dallas' defense isn't very good against the pass, and Allen may have to throw a lot if he's trailing. You can stack Allen with two of John Brown, John Brown and Dawson Knox.

    Of course, Drew Brees is the top option at quarterback. He'll be chalky, so if you use him, make sure you use lowly owned players like those on the Lions.

    Speaking of the Lions, I'm not opposed to playing David Blough. I reviewed Blough's preseason in my NFL Picks page, so check that out if you want to see what I think of him after watching every snap of his during the preseason.

    Here are three of the Saints-Falcons lineups I'm using Thanksgiving night:







    Michael Thomas is so good that he must be in every lineup. If you use him, especially as captain, make sure you leave $1,500 on the table for differentiation. The same applies to lineups with Alvin Kamara as the captain.

    Calvin Ridley is not as popular of a captain as some of the other players, so I'm OK with spending most of the cap.

    As with most Showdown recommendations, feel free to switch one or two players because many people will be reading this, and they will use the same lineup.

    Here's our Week 12 fantasy football show:



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    Week 11: Chiefs-Chargers Showdown


    Here are three of the lineups I'm using for the Chiefs-Chargers Showdown slate:







    Tyreek Hill is my favorite captain for tonight. He's the highest-owned non-quarterback, but his potential is through the roof. Rather than avoid Hill, I think it's possible to be contrarian elsewhere by doing at least one of the following:

  • Play Andre Patton or Darwin Thompson. Both are $200, and only 10 percent of the field will be on Patton, as you can see above. Patton saw four targets last week. Thompson is less likely to hit, but he might see the field if Damien Williams is hurt. Update: Darwin Thompson is inactive, so don't use him.

  • Play double kicker. It's not ideal, but I estimate that only six percent of the field will do this.

  • Leave more than $1,000 on the table. Most people spend almost all of their cap. Spending $48,900 or less allows you to be contrarian.

  • Avoid Philip Rivers. He's projected for the second-highest ownership of anyone behind Patrick Mahomes, who absolutely needs to be in your lineup.

    If you don't want to use Hill as captain, you might be interested in knowing that the last time these teams met, the Chargers' top receiver was the winning captain. That was Mike Williams, but Keenan Allen didn't play in that contest. Allen is a very viable captain, as he'll likely be defended by some guy named Fenton, who, if I'm not mistaken, was the jeweler in That 70s Show.

    Lastly, I wanted to have some off-the-wall lineups in a field of 166,000 players in the South of the Border Showdown ($500K to first!) I made some lineups, capping my spending at $47,900, and I made sure to include both Mahomes and Hill:



    I actually think this has a decent shot of winning if Andre Patton does something, as this lineup has plenty of positive correlation.

    As with most Showdown recommendations, feel free to swtich one or two players because many people will be reading this, and they will use the same lineup.

    Here's our Week 11 fantasy football show:



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    Week 11: Steelers-Browns Showdown


    Here are three of the lineups I'm using for the Steelers-Browns Showdown slate:







    I like to fade the top-owned non-quarterbacks, and those would be the two running backs on this slate. Thus, the first two lineups are focused on one of the receivers as captain. I'm pairing both Odell Beckham Jr. and Jarvis Landry with Baker Mayfield, then running it back with a Pittsburgh passing stack. I figure that if the Browns get out to a big lead by throwing on the Steelers' secondary, Pittsburgh will have to pass to climb back into the game.

    Of course, I'll have Nick Chubb and James Conner in some lineups. If you use Chubb and Conner, I suggest leaving at least $1,500 on the table, as I've done with the third lineup.

    As with most Showdown recommendations, feel free to swtich one or two players because many people will be reading this, and they will use the same lineup.

    Here's our Week 11 fantasy football show:



    Week 10: Chargers-Raiders Showdown


    Here are three of the lineups I'm using for the Chargers-Raiders Showdown slate:







    I like to fade the top-owned non-quarterback. There are two of them in this game, as Josh Jacobs and Keenan Allen are projected for 52- and 51-percent ownership. I'm fine with fading both, but my strategy when entering 20 lineups in the $3 DK contest is to mostly avoid Allen and go slightly under the field on Jacobs.

    I have three lineups where I have Jacobs as my captain. Someone who stands out in the first lineup is Andre Patton. He hasn't caught a pass in while, but his snaps have increased. He played 58 snaps last week, so there's a chance he could end up being a good play tonight at his $200 price.

    Speaking of players seeing increased snaps, Zay Jones is becoming a greater part of Oakland's offense. I think he's viable at captain because it lets you get to five top players.

    Darren Waller is my third captain. You usually don't want a tight end as your captain because the upside often isn't there, but Waller is more of a tight end-wide receiver hybrid, so I don't think that rule applies to him.

    Here's our Week 10 fantasy football show:



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    Week 10: Main Slate; Vikings-Cowboys Showdown


    Here are four of the lineups I'm using for the main slate:









    The first is a Chiefs stack. I usually recommend running a stack back with at least one player on the other team, but I don't like any Titans this week. You may also notice Kalen Ballage. I know, yuck. But it's unavoidable in this sort of a setup.

    I would only stack Lamar Jackson with one teammate because of his rushing ability. Marquise Brown should have a big game against Cincinnati's woeful secondary. Hopefully Alex Erickson does well.

    A Saints-Falcons stack must be considered as well. Drew Brees and Michael Thomas are a chalky pairing, so I had to be contrarian elsewhere.

    I love Kyler Murray as well. The Buccaneers will be using a 270-pound cornerback named Jamel Dean, so I'm interested in Murray and the Arizona-Tampa game stack in general.

    Here are two of the Vikings-Cowboys lineups I'm using Sunday night:





    I recommend fading the highest-owned, non-quarterback, and that could be Dalvin Cook. The Cowboys just shut down Saquon Barkley except for one play, so Cook could struggle a bit.

    The first lineup projects the Cowboys with a big lead (Ezekiel Elliott, Dallas defense) and the Vikings throwing a lot to catch up.

    The second lineup is more of the same. If the Vikings are way down, Kirk Cousins will obviously be throwing a lot, while Dallas will be pounding the ball with Elliott.

    As with most Showdown recommendations, feel free to swtich one or two players because many people will be reading this, and they will use the same lineup.

    Here's our Week 10 fantasy football show:



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    Week 10: Chargers-Raiders Showdown


    Here are three of the lineups I'm using for the Chargers-Raiders Showdown slate:







    I like to fade the top-owned non-quarterback. There are two of them in this game, as Josh Jacobs and Keenan Allen are projected for 52- and 51-percent ownership. I'm fine with fading both, but my strategy when entering 20 lineups in the $3 DK contest is to mostly avoid Allen and go slightly under the field on Jacobs.

    I have three lineups where I have Jacobs as my captain. Someone who stands out in the first lineup is Andre Patton. He hasn't caught a pass in while, but his snaps have increased. He played 58 snaps last week, so there's a chance he could end up being a good play tonight at his $200 price.

    Speaking of players seeing increased snaps, Zay Jones is becoming a greater part of Oakland's offense. I think he's viable at captain because it lets you get to five top players.

    Darren Waller is my third captain. You usually don't want a tight end as your captain because the upside often isn't there, but Waller is more of a tight end-wide receiver hybrid, so I don't think that rule applies to him.

    Here's our Week 10 fantasy football show:



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    Week 9: Cowboys-Giants Showdown


    Here are two of the lineups I'm using for the Cowboys-Giants Showdown slate:





    If you want to be contrarian tonight, avoid both running backs. That's very risky, but if you enter a tournament with 100,000-plus people, you need to be different. The first lineup is a way to go about it.

    The second lineup has one of the running backs. It's more chalky, but I like the correlation with this lineup.

    As with most Showdown recommendations, feel free to swtich one or two players because many people will be reading this, and they will use the same lineup.

    Here's our Week 9 fantasy football show:



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    Week 9: 49ers-Cardinals Showdown


    Here are two of the 49ers-Cardinals lineups I'm using tonight:





    On our DFS strategy show (watch below), I thought Tevin Coleman would be the highest-owned non-quarterback on this slate. It's now projected to be George Kittle, so I would avoid him in most lineups, unless you're spending way below the $50,000 limit.

    Tevin Coleman could have another big game, and I have no problem playing both of San Francisco's primary backs. San Francisco's defense is also a very viable captain.

    As with most Showdown recommendations, feel free to swtich one or two players because many people will be reading this, and they will use the same lineup.

    Here's our Week 9 fantasy football show:



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    Week 8: Dolphins-Steelers Showdown


    Here are two of my 21 Dolphins-Steelers lineups I'm using tonight:





    I think it's good to fade James Conner tonight. He could have a monster game, but he's projected to be in 77 percent of lineups, so if he has a mediocre showing and you don't have him, you'll have leverage on most of the field. I'll have some Conner; perhaps half the field.

    I would recommend using a running back or receiver as captain in most showdowns, but the Dolphins are historically bad, so Pittsburgh's defense is a very viable captain.

    My other lineup has Jaylen Samuels at captain. I think he's a great pivot to Conner. If Samuels is out, I'll switch him with Benny Snell.

    As with most Showdown recommendations, feel free to swtich one or two players because many people will be reading this, and they will use the same lineup.

    Here's our Week 8 fantasy football show:



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    Week 8: Main Slate, Packers-Chiefs Showdown


    Here are two of my Week 8 main slate lineups:





    Jameis Winston is a nice contrarian play. He's projected to be 3-percent owned, and he has a nice matchup against a Tennessee secondary missing Adoree Jackson. I'm game stacking with A.J. Brown and Jonnu Smith, which allows me to pay up for three studs.

    The Deshaun Watson build is more chalky, but it's projected for more points. Running it back with the two Raiders adds some differentiation.

    Here is a Packers-Chiefs Showdown lineup:





    As I've discussed on the IBM.tv Fantasy Football Show, wide receivers have the greatest chance of being the winning captain. I'm going to try both a Chiefs stack and a Packers stack.

    As with most Showdown recommendations, feel free to swtich one or two players because many people will be reading this, and they will use the same lineup.

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    Week 8: Redskins-Vikings Showdown


    Here are two of my 22 Redskins-Vikings lineups I'm using tonight:





    I think it's good to fade Dalvin Cook tonight. He could have a monster game, but he's projected to be in 70 percent of lineups, so if he has a mediocre showing and you don't have him, you'll have leverage on most of the field.

    The first lineup is without Cook or Stefon Diggs, who is projected to be the second-most-owned non-quarterback. Olabisi Johnson could have a nice game with Adam Thielen out. You'll want to pair him with Kirk Cousins and then run it back with a Redskins passing stack, as Case Keenum will have to throw a lot in the second half.

    If you want to use Cook - he'll be in just a couple of my lineups as a hedge - it might be nice to pair him with Alexander Mattison, just in case the Vikings take the air out of the ball in the second half. Again, pairing them with the Washington passing game makes sense.

    As with most Showdown recommendations, feel free to swtich one or two players because many people will be reading this, and they will use the same lineup.

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    Week 7: Main Slate, Eagles-Cowboys Showdown


    Here are two of my Week 7 main slate lineups:





    I'm attacking the Rams-Falcons game in any way I can. I recommend five-player game stacks from that contest. I love both Jared Goff and Matt Ryan, as well as all of their weapons this week.

    Here is an Eagles-Cowboys Showdown lineup:



    This is a tricky showdown slate, as many players are overpriced. This includes Michael Gallup, but that makes him more attractive to me because people might shy away from him because of how much he costs. I want both Dallas wideouts, and I'm going to pair them with Dak Prescott. I'll then run it back with other Eagles. I have Carson Wentz in many other lineups, but not this one. I am, however, avoiding Ezekiel Elliott to be contrarian.

    As with most Showdown recommendations, feel free to swtich one or two players because many people will be reading this, and they will use the same lineup.

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    Week 7: Chiefs-Broncos Showdown


    Here are two of my Chiefs-Broncos Showdown lineups:





    I prefer running backs and receivers as captains. Phillip Lindsay is obviously viable tonight. If you use him, pair him someone else, then run it back with three or four Chiefs, one of whom would be Patrick Mahomes.

    If you want to use Mahomes as your captain, here's how I would do it. I'd pair him with two of his pass-catchers, assuming that he has to throw from behind if the Broncos run the ball extremely well. I would not shy away from using both Denver backs.

    Tyreek Hill is projected to be the highest-owned non-quarterback. I am avoiding him in most of my lineups to be contrarian, which is necessary in large-field tournaments.

    As with most Showdown recommendations, feel free to swtich one or two players because many people will be reading this, and they will use the same lineup.

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    Week 6: Lions-Packers Showdown


    Here are two of my Lions-Packers Showdown lineups:





    The script I'm following for both lineups is that the Lions, coming off two weeks to prepare for an injury-ridden Green Bay roster, will establish a lead, and Aaron Rodgers will have to throw to multiple receivers/tight ends to catch up.

    I must note that I'm actively avoiding Aaron Jones. I don't think he's a bad play, and he could do very well, but he's projected to be the highest-owned non-quarterback. If he fails, that'll give us great leverage on the majority of the field.

    As with most Showdown recommendations, feel free to swtich one or two players because many people will be reading this, and they will use the same lineup.

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    Week 6: Main Slate and Steelers-Chargers Showdown


    Here are two of my Week 6 lineups:





    The first one is a Ravens-Bengals game stack of sorts. I usually like pairing a quarterback with two of his receivers/tight ends, but Jackson's rushing ability makes that unnecessary with him.

    The second lineup is not going to be popularly owned. I like Andy Dalton as a sleeper this week, so I'm stacking him with two of his receivers and running it back with Mark Ingram. This allows for some high-end players elsewhere.

    Here's my Steelers-Chargers Showdown lineup:



    The thought process here is Pittsburgh getting the lead via players not going up against Casey Hayward, and the Chargers having to throw in the second half.

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    Week 6: Giants-Patriots Showdown


    Here are two of my Giants-Patriots lineups:





    *** Update: Rex Burkhead is out, so plug in Jakobi Meyers instead. Or, drop from Golden Tate to Jon Hilliman and replace Burkhead with Sony Michel. ***

    I think this is a situation where you want to play five Patriots and one Giant. In the first lineup, we have a scenario in which Tom Brady throws to a bunch of guys, with James White perhaps scoring a touchdown or two.

    The second team might seem odd, but I can promise you that it'll be unique! Bill Belichick may treat this like a preseason game, meaning he'll want to see what he has in Jakobi Meyers, who will be starting in favor of the injured Phillip Dorsett this week.

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    Week 5: Browns-49ers Showdown


    Here are two of my Browns-49ers lineups:





    If you're going to play Odell Beckham Jr. at captain, you have to leave lots of money on the table to be different. I think this is a good lineup with Beckham at the top.

    I'm spending more money here with Dante Pettis at captain. He has great upside. Some people might have this lineup, but I think it has a good chance of performing well.

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    Week 5: Main Slate and Chiefs-Colts Showdown


    Here are two of my Week 5 lineups:





    The first is my highest-projected lineup. It's chalky for sure, so perhaps you'll want to play my second one to be more contrarian.

    Meanwhile, here's the Chiefs-Colts Showdown lineup:



    Hopefully this will be different from most lineups with two running backs and $900 left over.

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    Week 5: Rams at Seahawks Showdown


    Here's analysis of the players for the Rams-Seahawks Showdown slate by Chet Gresham:

    Cooper Kupp, WR, Rams ($9,600)

    Kupp has dominated so far this year while Seattle has trouble with slot receivers. He has bad trouble against Seattle in his last four starts against them, however. We can't put too much value in those past matchups, though, especially with how well he's played this season and how much Jared Goff looks for him, including in the end zone. He will have big ownership numbers, though.

    Russell Wilson, QB, Seahawks ($10,600)

    Jared Goff has been bad lately and even worse on the road. The question is, can Goff put up a fight that will get Russell Wilson needing to do more than hand the ball off? Last season when these teams faced off, they both put up big numbers in back-and-forth affairs, which elevated Wilson, as he threw for three touchdowns in each game. I'd rather have Wilson than Goff in the Showdown and hope for some points to keep Wilson involved.

    Todd Gurley, RB, Rams ($8,800)

    Gurley saw his snap share and usage get a big boost last week against Tampa Bay, and what perked my ears up the most was seeing him get 11 targets while Seattle ranks third-worst in receiving yards allowed to running backs. He's still not getting the work he saw in his fantasy prime, but his touches are getting ramped up, and he's the no-doubt goal line and receiving back.

    Brandin Cooks, WR, Rams ($7,800)

    Shaq Griffin has played lights-out defense at corner so far this season, while Trey Flowers has left the lights on for his wide receiver guests. That would push me into wanting more Cooks than Robert Woods on Thursday night, and I could even see giving him the Captain's Chair in a few lineups.

    Tyler Lockett, WR, Seahawks ($9,400)

    We just watched Tampa Bay's slot receiver Chris Godwin roast the Rams secondary for 172 yards and two touchdowns, and now Lockett gets a chance to face this Rams defense that is coming off a 98 snap game and traveling. I'll pair him with Wilson on most of my teams.

    DK Metcalf, WR, Seahawks ($6,400)

    Metcalf leads the league in end-zone targets and ranks third in red-zone targets, but he's just not completing the transaction. That puts him in an extremely boom-or-bust situation, but that's how we probably should attack DK Showdowns because putting together a solid/safe team is extremely tough. I much rather go for high-upside players in GPPs.

    Will Dissly, TE, Seahawks ($7,600)

    Dissly will have heavy ownership, but only Zach Ertz has more red-zone targets, and no other tight end has as many end zone targets. This week could be the week to fade him, as the Rams were playing great defense against tight ends before the blow-up game last week against Tampa Bay, but Dissly's usage is premium.

    Jaron Brown, WR, Seahawks ($1,400)

    Brown has nine targets in the last two games and last week he caught three for 50 yards despite a low passing volume day from Wilson. If we're looking for cheaper picks, Brown is worth a look at $1,400.

    Gerald Everett, TE, Rams ($3,200)

    With Tyler Higbee back, Everett will have his snaps reduced, but he out-snapped Higbee last week in Higbee's first game back and caught a touchdown, albeit in an inflated version of a football game.

    Here are some lineups from Chet:







    Here are some of my lineups. You may notice some contrarian plays that I hope will hit in big tournaments:







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    Week 4: Main Slate


    Here are a couple of lineups for the Week 4 main slate:





    The first team is a Patrick Mahomes stack, running it back with Marvin Jones. There's also a mini-game stack with Nick Chubb paired with Marquise Brown. This doesn't leave us much money, but Josh Jacobs is a great value at his price, while Paul Richardson is a lowly owned player who could go off.

    The second team is a Deshaun Watson stack, pairing it with Curtis Samuel, who has upside against slow cornerbacks. This also has a mini-game stack with David Johnson combined with Tyler Lockett. We have more money left over here for the high-upside Derrick Henry and PPR monster Darren Waller.

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    Week 4: Eagles at Packers Showdown


    Here are a couple of lineups for the Eagles-Packers showdown slate:





    Let's go with one captain from each team. Marquez Valdes-Scantling has a chance to be the top scorer, so pairing him with Aaron Rodgers makes sense. If the Packers are ahead, Carson Wentz will have to throw to several of his players.

    Meanwhile, Jaire Alexander will likely be on Alshon Jeffery, which should free up Nelson Agholor. It makes sense to pair him with Carson Wentz, then running it back with Aaron Rodgers and some of his targets.

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    Week 3: Rams at Browns Showdown


    Here are a couple of lineups for the Rams-Browns showdown slate:





    Todd Gurley makes for a nice captain. He might be lower owned than the Rams' other stars, and he has great upside. I'd like to run it back with the Browns' receiving game because if Gurley has a huge performance, the Browns will be playing catch-up.

    Meanwhile, Odell Beckham Jr. loves to show out on national TV. Pairing him with Baker Mayfield is a logical move. Cooper Kupp and Robert Woods could do well on the other side if the Browns are up as a result of Beckham's performance.

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    Week 3: Rams at Browns Showdown


    Here are a couple of lineups for the Rams-Browns showdown slate:





    Todd Gurley makes for a nice captain. He might be lower owned than the Rams' other stars, and he has great upside. I'd like to run it back with the Browns' receiving game because if Gurley has a huge performance, the Browns will be playing catch-up.

    Meanwhile, Odell Beckham Jr. loves to show out on national TV. Pairing him with Baker Mayfield is a logical move. Cooper Kupp and Robert Woods could do well on the other side if the Browns are up as a result of Beckham's performance.

    Here's our Week 3 fantasy football and DFS strategy show:



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    Week 3: Main Slate


    Patrick Mahomes has been the quarterback in the million-dollar contest both weeks, so we might as well make some lineups with him in Week 3:





    I'm stacking Mahomes with the two lesser-owned guys this week. Both could go off, as Sammy Watkins had 13 targets in Week 2, while Mecole Hardman caught a deep touchdown. I'm pairing the Kansas City players with Mark Ingram, who has a nice matchup. Using Hardman, Emmanuel Sanders and the Saints defense allowed me to spend up for Ezekiel Elliott.

    In the other Mahomes lineup, it's the same stack, but with Marquise Brown on the other side. I also like the mini-game stack I have going with David Johnson and Greg Olsen.

    Mahomes isn't the only quarterback playing this week, so let's try another signal-caller:



    Jameis Winston is going against one of the worst secondaries in the NFL, so I like his chances. Evan Engram completes the game stack. We also have another mini-game stack from the fast-paced Carolina-Arizona contest. Darwin Thompson at $3,000 allows all of this to happen.

    Here's another quarterback:



    Dak Prescott has been on fire this year, and he's going up against a Miami team that has stopped trying. I'm not pairing any Dolphin players with Prescott for obvious reasons. Instead, I have another Carolina-Arizona mini-game stack. My lineup also includes two talented runners, including LeSean McCoy, who could benefit from Damien Williams' absence.

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    Week 3: Titans at Jaguars


    Because Derrick Henry and Leonard Fournette are the two most-likely captains for the highest-scoring lineup in this game, I'll give you one lineup for each. Here's the Fournette lineup:



    I'm stacking Fournette with the Jaguars' defense. If Fournette does well, Jacksonville will be leading, which means Marcus Mariota will have to throw often. Thus, I've paired Mariota with some of his passing-game weapons.

    Here's the Henry lineup:



    This is a similar idea. If Henry does very well, the Jaguars will be trailing, so Gardner Minshew will have to throw often. I've included some of his passing-game targets as well.

    I've made lineups with the following players as captains:

  • Leonard Fournette
  • Derrick Henry
  • Delanie Walker
  • D.J. Chark
  • Corey Davis
  • Dede Westbrook
  • Jaguars Defense
  • Titans Defense
  • Gardner Minshew
  • A.J. Brown
  • Marcus Mariota
  • Chris Conley

    I don't think anyone else is necessary, including the kickers.

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    Week 2: Browns at Jets


    Here's my highest-projected Browns-Jets showdown lineup:



    The narrative I'm going with here is that the Browns establish a big lead with Nick Chubb scoring the most touchdowns. Once that happens, Trevor Siemian will have to throw it often, and perhaps he'll spread the ball around. Of course, you'll want some Odell Beckham Jr. as your captain because Gregg Williams foolishly called him out. Here's a lineup where Beckham is the captain:



    You want to pair Beckham with Baker Mayfield for positive correlation, then run it back with some New York receiving threats. I like this lineup despite the kicker being included.

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    Week 2: Main Slate, Primetime Slate, Eagles at Falcons


    Here's a highly projected lineup of mine that doesn't have crazy ownership:



    I love Josh Allen this week versus the Giants' awful secondary, and I'm pairing him with John Brown. I'm also running it back with Evan Engram to create a full game stack.

    There are three popular plays in this lineup - Austin Ekeler, Sammy Watkins, Alvin Kamara - but I still think this has enough differentiation to be unique.

    If, however, that's too chalky for you, how about this?



    Here's a Ravens-Cardinals game stack where most of the players are lowly owned. No one is projected for more than 20-percent ownership, which is nice.

    Let's move on to the later slates. Here's the primetime slate, which has the Eagles-Falcons and Browns-Jets games:



    There are only two games on this slate, so it's impossible not to have multiples from at least a couple of teams. Still, I like this lineup, as I'm stacking the Eagles-Falcons game, while getting good pieces from the Browns-Jets contest. If Le'Veon Bell is ruled out, I'll swap to Ty Montgomery.

    Here's a lineup from the Eagles-Falcons Showdown:



    I love DeSean Jackson this week (and in general.) He and Julio Jones are my highest-exposed captains.

    For showdown, I recommend making a running back or receiver your captain. If it's a wideout, pair him with his quarterback. If it's a running back, you can stack him with a defense, if it's a good one.

    Oh, and here's our Week 2 fantasy football and DFS strategy show:



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    Week 2: Buccaneers at Panthers Showdown


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    Here's the highest-projected lineup for the Week 2 NFL Buccaneeers at Panthers showdown:



    This should be a unique lineup. O.J. Howard is coming off an awful game, so he won't be appealing to most people. Howard could easily have a nice stat line, as Tyler Higbee did well versus the Rams last week, and Howard is way more talented. Dare Ogunbowale, meanwhile, figures to be low owned as well. He's Tampa's third-down back and could catch five-six passes, which is nice for a full-PPR format.

    Howard and Ogunbowale allow for some high upside like Christian McCaffrey, Jameis Winston (gulp) and Chris Godwin.

    Here's a lineup with McCaffrey as the captain:



    I have 275 lineups on Draft Kings, and McCaffrey is in every single one of them, whether that's as a captain or a flex. Maybe that's crazy, but what's the percentage chance that McCaffrey is in the winning lineup? Ninety-five? Ninety-eight? Unless he gets hurt, he should finish as one of the top six scorers.

    By the way, you might have noticed that the overall salary here is $47,600. There are room for upgrades, but I like capping some of my lineups at $48,000 to get differentiation.



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    Week 1: Main Slate


    Kenny and I posted a Draft Kings strategy video:



    Here's my highest-projected lineup for the Week 1 NFL main slate:



    This is a three-man Eagles stack. It'll be popular to stack Carson Wentz with Alshon Jeffery and Zach Ertz, so why not try the other players in that offense? DeSean Jackson can always break a slate with a couple of deep touchdowns, while Dallas Goedert will see plenty of snaps in Philadelphia's two-tight end set.

    Jackson and Goedert are cheap enough that it allows me to get three elite running backs on to my roster, plus Tyler Lockett, whom I'm a fan of.

    How about a completely off-the-wall lineup no one will have? Take a look:



    Barely anyone is going to be stacking the Dolphins, but there might be some merit to it. Between the 95-degree heat and humidity, and Baltimore's declining defense, and Ryan Fitzpatrick's penchant to have one or two big games each year, I don't think it's out of the question that Miami can have the winning stack of Week 1.

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    Week 1: Packers at Bears Showdown


    Here's one of my 150 lineups for the Week 1 NFL Packers at Bears showdown:



    Draft Kings has a million-dollar contest to open the season. Entry is $10, but if you win first place, you'll be a millionaire!

    My captain is a likely lowly owned one in Geronimo Allison. The Packers will be using Allison in the slot this year, and that figures to be a position Chicago will have trouble defending this season because of Bryce Callahan's departure.

    Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams will make most lineups. That forces me to go cheap with the much-improved Packers defense and a punt in Jake Kumerow. I think at least one of the four following very cheap players will do something substantial tonight:

  • Jake Kumerow, WR, Packers
  • Robert Tonyan, TE, Packers
  • Adam Shaheen, TE, Bears (if Trey Burton is out)
  • Cordarrelle Patterson, WR, Bears

    Kumerow is Green Bay's fourth receiver, but Rodgers loves him. Tonyan is an athletic tight end who keeps getting better, and with Jimmy Graham fading, Tonyan could be a surprise. Shaheen will start if Burton is out. And Patterson will be used in some gadget plays in Chicago's offense.

    Speaking of the Bears, Tarik Cohen could receive lots of receptions if the Packers are ahead, so I like him tonight.

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