Draftkings week 11

Who is in your Week 11 DraftKings lineups?

  • 2020 nfl
  • Ben Roethlisberger
  • Chase Claypool
  • Dallas Goedert
  • Derrick Henry
  • Diontae Johnson
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  • Duke Johnson
  • Jameis Winston
  • JuJu Smith-Schuster
  • Justin Jefferson
  • keenan allen
  • lamar jackson
  • Mark Andrews
  • mike davis
  • Taysom Hill
By Tyler Reid November 21, 2020 0 Comment
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DraftKings lineup and positional value plays for the classic nine-player roster build for Week 11. Which players do you like?

Week 11 is upon us. This is the last week with four teams off on a bye, including the Bills, Giants, Bears, and 49ers. The Sunday main slate is interesting, with only one game predicted to break the over 50 point plateau.

We lost a lot of DFS talent on Thursday Night Football, with the Arizona Cardinals losing to the Seattle Seahawks. The same can be said about the Sunday night match, with the Chiefs traveling to Las Vegas. On Monday night, again, we are losing some studs, with the Rams and Buccaneers playing.

Time to take a look at some positional and value plays for the classic nine-player lineup build on DraftKings Week 11.


For most lineup builds, I think you should pay up for a top play this week. Lamar Jackson ($7300) and the Baltimore Ravens are hosting the Titans who rank 24th against opposing QBs. They also are the 5th-worst team, in regards to passing yards against, allowing over 287 a game. I have not used Jackson much this year, but he has a chance to be the top performer of the week.

Next up is Ben Roethlisberger ($6700) taking on the Jaguars. Ben is averaging over 20 ppg and will look to continue his hot streak. He has thrown over 300 yards in each of the last two games, including seven passing touchdowns. The Jags rank 29th against QBs according to DraftKings

For my last play, the New Orleans Quarterbacks. Taysom Hill ($4800) was listed as the starter and took first-team reps all week. I thought for sure Jameis Winston would be at the Helm, but Sean Payton said nope! Either way, both of these players will have some sort of value. Hosting the Falcons who are 28th against QBs, including 322.6 passing yards against and 27.9 points against per game. Flip a coin, take a gamble, but one or even both of these players could be hot this week!


Going to the other side from my number one QB, Derrick Henry ($8000) comes to the table. On the year the Ravens are allowing 110 yards per game, however, over the last two games, they are being gashed at 142 yards a game. Henry is scoring almost 20 ppg, and this week’s match-up should allow him to pass that total.

Secondly, we have Mike Davis ($6800), playing at home versus the Lions. With Teddy Bridgewater unlikely to go, the Panthers will rely heavily on the run game. Davis has been averaging around 15 touches per game, which usually means success, especially in DFS. The Lions rank dead last against opposing RBs and have allowed a whopping 141.6 yards per game.

The final back I will mention is, Duke Johnson ($5400) playing at home against the New England Patriots. Everyone was all in on Duke last week especially with David Johnson going on the IR. He did not meet most people’s expectations, carrying 14 times for 54 yards. The most surprising thing was, he was not even used in the passing game, being targeted only once. With low ownership this week, I like Duke to score some points on this so-so Pats run defense.


The top WR for me this week is, Keenan Allen ($7400) playing at home against the 23rd ranked Jets. Allen has scored in three straight matchups and has reached over 100 yards receiving in his last three home games. This game should be no different, with the Jets allowing over 288 yards a game.

Additionally, I like the trio of receivers in Pittsburgh. JuJu Smith-Schuster ($6400), Chase Claypool ($6100), and Diontae Johnson ($5900). Stacking any of them or even potentially two of them with Big Ben is a good idea. I am learning Johnson, only because of the price difference, and over his last three healthy matchups, he has double-digit targets and three touchdowns.

Last but certainly not least, we have Justin Jefferson ($6000). He has surpassed over 100 yards in four games this season. Playing the Cowboys this week is a nice match up. They rank 31st against WRs in terms of scoring against them. I am a little worried about this becoming a Dalvin Cook game though.


First, we have Mark Andrews ($4900) to pair up with Jackson against the Titans. He has not scored in five games but is coming off a seven-catch game last week versus the Pats. The Titans have allowed over 20 catches to opposing TEs over the last four games, including a couple of touchdowns.

Next, we have Dallas Goedert ($3800) playing against the Browns. Cleveland is ranked 27th versus TEs, including giving up 16 catches and a score over the last three weeks. Goedert looks to be healthy again, being targeted six times in last weeks loss against the Giants.


The Steelers ($4600), are always in play, especially when playing Jacksonville. They are ten-point favorites and look for the Jags to have to try and throw, which will allow a chance for the Steelers to get their pass rush going to create some turnovers. The Steelers will continue their 10+ ppg average.

In the end, I also like the Dolphins($3400) visiting the Broncos. Miami is scoring over 9ppg, and with Drew Lock banged up and looking rattled, the Dolphins should be able to go into Denver and come out with the W. The Defense will have their opportunities to score some points versus this weak Broncos attack.

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