NFL DFS Top Plays for Draftkings Week 11
NFL DFS Top Plays for Draftkings Week 11
Welcome to our NFL DFS Top Plays for Draftkings Week 11 article. The NFL season is in full swing, and Week 11 brings us another exciting slate of games for NFL DFS enthusiasts.
If you’re looking to build a winning lineup on DraftKings, we’ve got you covered with our top plays for this week. Let’s dive right into the action, starting with the QB position.
1. Dak Prescott (QB – DAL): $7,300 at CAR
Dak Prescott has been on fire recently, making him a must-have in your NFL DFS lineup. The Cowboys have shifted their offense to revolve around Prescott, resulting in four straight games with at least 25 DraftKings points. He’s even scored 32 or more fantasy points in three consecutive outings, making him the highest-scoring player in the league during that span. Facing the Carolina defense, which is allowing 27 points per game, Dak is a top choice this week.
2. Sam Howell (QB – WAS): $6,300 vs. NYG
With the top QBs in terms of overall scoring not on this slate, Sam Howell emerges as an intriguing option. He’s in an excellent spot at home against the struggling Giants. Howell has consistently attempted 42 or more passes over the last four weeks and offers a reasonable price tag. Stack him with a Commanders’ running back for added value.
3. Kyler Murray (QB – ARI): $6,100 at HOU
Kyler Murray made an exciting return to action last week, showcasing his running abilities. Despite some efficiency issues, he attempted 32 passes, completed 19, and added 33 rushing yards and a touchdown. This week, he faces the Texans, who have allowed opponents to get into shootouts. Murray’s price hasn’t fully adjusted to his potential, making him a valuable pick.
4. Jared Goff (QB – DET): $6,600 vs. CHI
Jared Goff thrives at home, consistently scoring at least 14 fantasy points in any home game over the past two years. He’s averaged nearly 25 DraftKings points per game in those outings. Goff is in good form, with three of his last five games yielding at least 24 DK points. Facing a Chicago defense that surrenders the most passing yards in the NFL, Goff is poised for success.
5. Trevor Lawrence (QB – JAX): $6,000 vs. TEN
Trevor Lawrence may not have had the best recent performances, but this week presents an opportunity for a bounce-back game. He’ll be up against a below-average Titans secondary that struggles against the pass. The Titans’ defense tends to funnel plays towards the passing game, making Lawrence an appealing choice, especially considering his price drop.
6. Brock Purdy (QB – SF): $5,800 vs. TB
Tampa Bay’s defense has been leaky, allowing the most passing yards over the last month. They also have a 28th OPRK (opponent rank) against opposing quarterbacks this season. Brock Purdy, with his consistency and value below $6K, is a strong play against this vulnerable defense. With a multitude of weapons in the 49ers’ offense, Purdy has the potential for a solid outing.
As we approach Week 11 of the NFL season, it’s time to analyze the top running back plays for your NFL DFS lineups on DraftKings. Whether you’re looking for a high-priced stud or a value pick, we’ve got you covered with our top recommendations.
Running Backs (RB)
1. Christian McCaffrey (RB – SF): $9,300 vs. TB
Christian McCaffrey is a staple in our top plays section week after week, and for good reason. This elite running back has consistently delivered, even when not finding the end zone. Last week, he managed 20 DraftKings points without a touchdown, showcasing his incredible value. With a league-leading 26-point average and a prominent role in one of the NFL’s best offenses, McCaffrey is a must-have. Facing the Tampa Bay defense, which ranks 24th in yards surrendered, only adds to his appeal.
2. Brian Robinson Jr. (RB – DAL): $7,200 vs. NYG
Brian Robinson Jr. offers an attractive option as a running back at home. He’s set to face the Giants, who recently allowed 168 rushing yards to the Cowboys. Robinson can thrive as long as the game script remains favorable, and his six targets last week hint at potential involvement in the passing game. With a reasonable price tag on both DraftKings and FanDuel, Robinson is worth considering.
3. Raheem Mostert (RB – MIA): $6,900 vs. LVR
Raheem Mostert remains a top back in one of the most dynamic offenses in the NFL. Averaging 20 DraftKings points per game, Mostert ranks among the top rushers. Despite the impending return of De’Von Achane, Mostert offers value below $7K in this matchup. Miami, as a massive favorite at home against Vegas, provides an opportunity for Mostert to capitalize on goal-line opportunities.
4. Devin Singletary (RB – BUF): $5,300 vs. ARI
Devin Singletary has displayed his potential as a bell-cow back, particularly with Dameon Pierce sidelined. In Week 10, he carried the ball 30 times for 150 yards and a touchdown, showcasing his ability to handle a significant workload. The matchup against the Cardinals, who have the 31st-ranked defense, presents a favorable opportunity for Singletary. His reasonable price makes him an appealing option.
5. Aaron Jones (RB – GB): $6,200 vs. LAC
Aaron Jones has recently returned to a full workload, with 33 carries over the last two games and consistent involvement in the passing game. Facing the Chargers, who have surrendered the third-most fantasy points to opposing running backs, Jones has an excellent chance to deliver a strong performance. At $6,200, he presents a solid value proposition.
6. Jerome Ford (RB – CLE): $5,200 vs. PIT
Jerome Ford has taken over the Cleveland backfield in the absence of Nick Chubb and has averaged over 13 DraftKings points per game. Considering his $5,200 price tag and his consistent 15-touch role, Ford offers value that’s hard to pass up. Pittsburgh’s defense, ranked 22nd against opposing rushers, sets the stage for Ford to excel.
When crafting your NFL DFS lineup for Week 11 on DraftKings, consider the strengths and matchups of these running backs. A well-balanced lineup with the right mix of high-priced and value picks can increase your chances of success. Stay tuned for more top plays at other positions as we approach another exciting week of NFL action.
As we delve into Week 11 of the NFL season, it’s time to identify the top wide receiver plays for your NFL DFS lineups on DraftKings. From elite studs to value picks, we’ve got you covered with our expert recommendations.
Wide Receivers (WR)
1. Keenan Allen (WR – LAC): $9,000 at GB
Keenan Allen has consistently delivered in fantasy, ranking second among all receivers with an impressive 24 DraftKings points per game. Despite taking a beating last week, Allen still managed to shine, scoring a whopping 44 DK points in Week 10. What sets him apart is his target volume, as he leads all NFL receivers. With double-digit targets guaranteed in every game, Allen is a must-have.
2. Tyreek Hill (WR – KC): $9,300 vs. LV
Coming off a bye week and an underwhelming performance against his former team, Tyreek Hill is poised for a strong comeback. Hill is on a historic pace with 1,076 receiving yards in just nine games. He aims to become the first receiver in NFL history to reach 2,000 yards in a season. Facing the Las Vegas Raiders, Hill has the opportunity to test a defense that has shown vulnerabilities to wide receivers. With an impressive target market share and air yards share, Hill is a top DFS option.
3. Cooper Kupp (WR – LAR): $8,100 vs. SEA
It’s hard to believe that Cooper Kupp is priced around $8K considering his elite status. Kupp has thrived with Matthew Stafford as his quarterback, ranking as the top-scoring wideout in the NFL when paired with Stafford over the last three years. The matchup against Seattle, which ranks 23rd in total defense, sets the stage for Kupp to shine once again. In their previous encounter, Kupp hauled in nine catches for 136 yards and two touchdowns.
4. Amon-Ra St. Brown (WR – DET): $6,300 vs. CHI
Amon-Ra St. Brown has been on fire recently, making him a hot fantasy commodity. In Week 10, he posted one of the best games of his career with 8 receptions for 156 receiving yards and a touchdown. St. Brown’s consistent performance throughout the season is evident in his impressive reception and yardage averages. Facing a Bears defense that ranks 17th in FanDuel points allowed to wide receivers, St. Brown is a must-start.
5. Garrett Wilson (WR – NYJ) $6,400 vs. BUF
Despite the Jets’ struggles, Garrett Wilson has been a bright spot, with 12 or more targets in each of the last four weeks. His efficiency may not be off the charts, but he’s been averaging eight catches and 91 yards per game during that stretch. At these prices, Wilson is a viable cash game option, given his consistent volume.
6. DJ Moore (WR – CHI): $5,600 at DET
Despite the challenges of playing without a consistent quarterback, DJ Moore remains the top receiving option for the Bears. He boasts a 25% team target share and averages 17 DraftKings points per game. Moore’s performances with Justin Fields under center, including 52 and 30 DK points in their last two games together, showcase his potential. With Fields expected to return, Moore is a compelling play.
7. Diontae Johnson (WR – PIT): $5,000 at CLE
While Diontae Johnson had a tough Week 10, he’s generally been a reliable option in DFS. He had at least 13 DK points in three consecutive games prior to that, with a team-high 29 targets during that span. It’s rare to find a $5K player with such consistent target volume. Despite a challenging matchup against Cleveland, Johnson’s target share makes him a valuable consideration.
Tight Ends (TE)
1. Trey McBride (TE – ATL): $4,400 at HOU
Trey McBride has been a breakout star in recent weeks, and it’s puzzling why he’s priced at just $4,400. He became the primary target in the Falcons’ passing game, recording 10 catches on 14 targets in the first game that Zach Ertz missed three weeks ago. He followed that up with nine receptions for 131 yards in Kyler Murray‘s debut last week. Such performances are rare for tight ends this season, and facing a Houston team that allows the sixth-most fantasy points to tight ends, McBride is a fantastic value play.
2. Luke Musgrave (TE – GB): $5,200 vs. LAC
Luke Musgrave has quietly provided serviceable fantasy production in the past two weeks, scoring 12.6 and 7.4 FanDuel points. He’s commanded a 12.9% target share and has run routes on 70.4% of dropbacks during that span. Musgrave’s connection with quarterback Jordan Love is on the rise, and he has a favorable matchup against a Chargers defense that allows the 11th-most adjusted fantasy points per target to tight ends. In a potential shootout, Musgrave offers solid value at his price.
3. Cole Kmet (TE – CHI): $4,100 at DET
With Justin Fields returning, the Bears’ offense is expected to improve, and that’s great news for Cole Kmet’s fantasy outlook. Kmet had already been on the rise, receiving 25 targets over his last three games and averaging 17 fantasy points during that span. Facing the Lions, who rank 22nd in fantasy points allowed to tight ends, Kmet is positioned for a strong performance.
4. Evan Engram (TE – TEN): $4,300 on DK, $5,700 on FD
Evan Engram has been a consistent target in the Titans’ passing game, with seven or more targets in every game this season except the season opener. While he hasn’t reached his ceiling yet, his steady usage provides a reliable floor. With a reasonable DraftKings price, Engram is an attractive option for those looking for consistency at the tight end position.
1. Dallas Cowboys D/ST: $4,100 at CARThe Dallas Cowboys’ defense was a popular choice against the Giants last week, and they are set to be a strong play again this week against the Carolina Panthers. Carolina ranks in the bottom five in most offensive categories, and the Cowboys are entering this game as one of the largest favorites of the week. The Dallas D/ST leads the league with an impressive 12 DK points per game, and they could easily reach or exceed that against an offense that ranks 26th in OPRK (opponent ranking) against opposing defenses.
2. Pittsburgh Steelers D/STThe Pittsburgh Steelers’ defense has been a fantasy force this season, currently sitting fourth in fantasy points. They will face a vulnerable Cleveland Browns offense on Sunday. With Deshaun Watson out for the season and rookie Dorian Thompson-Robinson expected to start for the Browns, the Steelers’ defense could capitalize on this situation. Thompson-Robinson has struggled with -0.70 expected points added per dropback (EPA/DB), the worst among Cleveland’s QBs. The Steelers have a strong overall defense and pass defense, and they are excellent at generating turnovers, ranking first in takeaways per game. Facing a rookie quarterback, this is a favorable matchup for Pittsburgh’s defense.
3. Washington Commanders D/ST: $3,600 vs. NYGWhile using one of the worst defenses in the NFL may not be the most exciting choice, it’s hard to ignore the matchup when facing the New York Giants. The Giants rank dead last in nearly every offensive statistic and have surrendered the most fantasy points to opposing D/STs. Washington is a significant 9.5-point favorite in a game with a low 37-point total, indicating that the Giants are projected to score just 14 points. This sets up Washington’s defense for a potentially productive fantasy outing. As you finalize your NFL DFS lineup for Week 11 on DraftKings, consider these top defensive options to help boost your chances of success. Defense can often be an underrated factor in DFS, and making the right choice can make a significant impact on your overall performance.
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