DraftKings Cheat Sheet
One Percenter Plays
Josh Doctson, Washington Redskins vs New York Giants – DraftKings: $4,500
Doctson has seen heavy usage the last month and everyone is going to automatically dismiss Redskins passing game. 3 out of the last 5 games have resulted in double-digit fantasy performances
Cody Core, Cincinnati Bengals @ Los Angeles Chargers – DraftKings: $3,300
A game where the Bengals are projected to be down big, I’m taking a chance on the second fastest receiver with the best matchup. With A.J Green missing and Jeff Driskell with little chemistry ties with any other receiver, Core could be his go-to guy in a game where they are likely going to need to throw.
Robert Foster, Buffalo Bills vs New York Jets – DraftKings: $3,300
Zay Jones is in a great spot tomorrow so this play is even riskier than the normal high risk involved here – but this is the second time in three weeks the Jets defense will see the Bills offense, thinking there’s a shot New York is ready for Jones and it promotes Foster into a heavier role.
Russell Shepard, New York Giants @ Washington Redskins – DraftKings: $3,200
With news that Odell Beckham Jr will be out, there should be more targets available for the journeyman receiver this week against Washington.
Sterling Sheperd has had opportunities this year but has been unable to capitalize, leaving the door wide open for Russell Shepard to benefit.
Mike Gesicki, Miami Dolphins vs New England Patriots – DraftKings: $2,500
The Patriots weak link on defense is against TEs. The Dolphins may have to try something new if they are going to get a positive result against Brady and Co.
J.J Nelson, Arizona Cardinals vs Detroit Lions – DraftKings: $3,000
Someone other than Larry Fitzgerald has to catch the ball for the Cardinals especially now Christian Kirk is done for the season. We have seen in the past that Nelson has the ability to burst on to the scene without any warning.
Stevan Ridley, Pittsburgh Steelers @ Oakland Raiders – DraftKings: $3,300
No Le’veon Bell, no James Conner. Don’t be surprised if the Steelers decide to go with a committee approach against the Raiders who have a miserable record defending the run this season.
by Shaun Bo – @FF_Takeover