NFL Week 12 GPP Stacks for DraftKings and FanDuel
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Kansas City Chiefs
The Chiefs are popping in the NFL Top Stacks tool and for good reason. Kansas City has an implied total of 29.5 and is facing a Tampa Bay defense that is elite at stopping the run. The top three four-man stacks in the NFL Study Hub projections are Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce, Tyreek Hill with a run back of Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, or Antonio Brown.
The caveat here is that these stacks are expensive. We could see value open up that would make this build easy but, if there is not enough value, you could substitute Hill or Kelce with Sammy Watkins or Mecole Hardman.
All three of the Bucs receivers accumulate very similar market shares, according to the NFL Study Hub. If salary is not an object, They are virtually a coin flip for me.
The Falcons are without Todd Gurley and have an implied total of 25 for a matchup against Las Vegas. The NFL Top Stacks tool has identified a stack of Matt Ryan, Julio Jones, Calvin Ridley with a Darren Waller run back as one of the top projected four-man game stacks. I like this stack more on DraftKings than FanDuel due to the salary difference for Matt Ryan.
Those options shouldn’t shock anybody at all. Waller, Ridley, and Jones rack up over 20% market share when they are healthy. The NFL Study Hub projects these three pass catchers to be the highest-scoring stack options from this game and I would expect a lot of points to be scored. If you fade Brian Hill, I like going with the passing game in this spot.
I’m willing to go with a smaller game stack here. I like going with a three-man game stack of Josh Allen, Stefon Diggs, and a Keenan Allen runback. Josh Allen projects as QB2 in the NFL Study Hub and the Bills have an implied total of 28.25. Stefon Diggs has a market share of 30.69% and Keenan Allen comes in at 29.63%.
If you wanted to go with a four-man game stacks, Cole Beasley would be my preferred receiver from Buffalo.
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