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Who is in your Week 10 DRAFTKINGS lineups?

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By Tyler Reid November 14, 2020 0 Comment
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DRAFTKINGS lineup and positional value plays for the classic nine player roster build for Week 10. Which players do you like?

DRAFTKINGS Week 10 is here and we again have five games predicted to break the 50 point barrier. We lost the Tennessee Titans and their star running back Derrick Henry to TNF against the Colts. Playing the Sunday slate we also lose Baltimore and New England on SNF and Minnesota and Chicago on MNF. Similarly we lose four teams on bye, including the Chiefs, Falcons, Cowboys and JETS. Time to take a look at some positional and value plays for the classic nine player lineup build on DRAFTKINGS.

QUARTERBACKS

What is not to like about the QB position this week? You have the pick of the crop, with several star QBs in favorable match ups. First up, Kyler Murray ($8000), scoring 31.4 FPPG going up against the Buffalo Bills who rank 31st against opposing QBs. This game also has the highest total of the week set at 56.5!

Next, on the flip side of the match, we have Josh Allen ($7500). He faces a Cardinals Defense who have allowed just under 650 passing yards and five passing touchdowns over their last two games. Allen is 6th in the league, throwing for 19 touchdowns on the season.

Let’s talk Jared Goff ($6500) playing the Seahawks. Goff has thrown multiple touchdowns in five games so far this season. The Seahawks have allowed over 370 passing yards a game to go with over 30 points against. I like stacking Goff with Kupp or Woods here in week ten.

RUNNING BACKS

Miles Sanders ($6400) looks to be getting healthier. Averaging 6.1 yards per carry to go with 85 yards a game on the ground. Targeted 25 times through five games, shows the Eagles like to use Sanders in the pass game as well. The Giants have been half decent against the rush in terms of yards allowed, however for scoring purposes the rank 25th against RBs.

Secondly, we have Antonio Gibson ($5600) who has the dream match up against the Lions. Two games ago, Gibson had his break out week with 20 carries for over 100 yards. Unfortunately last week was a different story again, only carrying six times for 20 yards. With the Lions ranked dead last against RBs, Gibson should again be able to pile up some points.

Last, I am rolling with Duke Johnson ($5000), as David Johnson is ruled OUT. He faces the Browns here in Week 10. So, maybe a revenge game for Duke here? The Browns have been gashed over the last four matchups, allowing just under 140 yards per game on the ground.

WIDE RECEIVERS

Is Michael Thomas ($7400) back? If you look at the season stats, you would think this is not the best match up for Thomas and the Saints. However, the last two games the 49ers defense has been annihilated. They have allowed eight passing touchdowns and almost 600 passing yards against. Maybe this week, Brees gets his true #1 receiver back!

Like I said above, Cooper Kupp ($6900) and Robert Woods ($6600) are both in play. Goff has reached over 300 yards three times this year and I believe he will be over it again here, making both of these receivers in play on Sunday. Both have averaged over 15 FPPG and are in the top 25 in fantasy scoring for wide receivers.

Additionally, a couple of Bengals receivers are nice options in Week 10. Hear me out: As a Bengals fan, I am unsure how this matchup against the Steelers will turn out. Chances are, the Bengals will not be able to run the ball. So, I figure Burrow will be throwing again all day. That being said, Tyler Boyd ($6400) and Tee Higgins ($5500) might pull off some value. Boyd leads the league with 46 receptions out of the slot. He will get some short-yardage work while Higgins may get some deep balls—he is 15th in the league with 14 targets over 20 yards.

TIGHT ENDS

For his cheap price, Evan Engram ($4500) is in play against the Eagles. With 25 targets over his last three games, Engram will continue to be heavily used as the Eagles rank 32nd versus TEs according to DRAFTKINGS.

Also staying around the same price, Eric Ebron ($4400) has a decent shot at success. The Bengals rank 30th defending against TEs, and have given up 17 receptions and six touchdowns over their last three games to opposing TEs.

DST

The Pittsburgh Steelers ($4400) are a bit of a discount this week against the Bengals. The Steelers lead the league in sacks and interceptions. Joe Burrow has been sacked 28 times through eight games, tied for the second most in the league. Sure, the Bengals will get some yards and probably score a bit as well, but the Steelers will get to Burrow and more than likely create a few turnovers as well.

Finally if you like to roll cheap, like me usually, then I am looking at the New York Giants ($2700). Like the Steelers, they face the Eagles who like to allow opposing teams to get to their QB as well. Carson Wentz has been sacked 32 times, the most in the league. The Giants are tied for 8th in both sacks and interceptions. The one difference I like here is: Wentz has thrown a league high 12 INTs! Good luck in DRAFTKINGS week 10!

 

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