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FanDuel Week 2 NFL DFS Top Picks

FanDuel Week 2 NFL DFS Top Picks

Hey there, fellow DFS lover…  Are you ready for some quick, yet thoughtful insights into building your NFL DFS lineups? Let’s dive into FanDuel Week 2 NFL DFS Top Picks! 

My goal isn’t to build your lineup for you, it’s to be a guide by using my experience as a sports bettor and by using the membership tools available at Team Rise or Fall. With that being said… let’s look at this week’s favorites.

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FanDuel Week 2 NFL DFS Top Picks

Who’s projected to make the most fantasy points this week? 

Josh Allen

At $9K on FanDuel, Josh Allen is projected to bring the most fantasy points (25+) to our FanDuel Week 2 NFL DFS Top Picks lineups. At the time of publication, he’s also showing surprisingly low rostership. Last week, he produced an amazing 33.5 fantasy points for those who rostered him. I don’t see any reason why he wouldn’t perform at a high level again this week. Stack him with Gabriel Davis at $7K. 

Got deep pockets?

Jonathan Taylor 

JT is our priciest pick of the week for the second week in a row. Last week, I discussed how this pricey play would payoff if JT went off and he did. However, at his high rostership percentage, you weren’t the only DFS fan who scored. If you roll with JT this week, you’ll need to differentiate your lineup in a meaningful way, not only to save your budget but also to break away from the pack. You can roster Jonathan Taylor at $10K and feel secure with him as one of your FanDuel Week 2 NFL DFS Top Picks. 

Sneaky good play?

Gerald Everett

At just $5.5K, you’ll certainly see Gerald Everett again in my value pick article. Projected to bring more than 7 points, Everett might not seem like a huge play, but there has been a bump in his rostership percentage. It’s still fairly low, so I’d consider him to be a good buy and Vegas agrees. In looking at our exclusive membership tool, the StudyHub, Gerald Everett is projected to participate in far more snaps than any other “low end” TE at 72%. Last week, he produced 12.9 fantasy points for FanDuel NFL DFS lineups. 

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