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NFL Week 12 Thanksgiving Cash Picks for DraftKings

Welcome to the Team Rise of Fall cash game picks article for the Thanksgiving Day slate. We have a nice little three-game slate for turkey day. As always with these smaller slates be aware of the smaller player pools and manage your bankroll. Let’s dive in!

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Deshaun Watson

Don’t get cute here. In cash, we want a solid floor to build on and Deshaun Watson will give us exactly that. Watson has successfully thrown for at least one touchdown in all but one game this season. The NFL Study Hub shows that the Lions defense is middle of the pack allowing fantasy points to quarterbacks. Watson also provides a respectable rushing floor.

Running Back

Antonio Gibson

Gibson continues to be called on as the early downs back for Washington. He’s scored a touchdown in four consecutive games and this week he’ll face a Dallas defense that has struggled this season. This will be a rematch of week 7 where Gibson had his best game as a pro rushing the ball 20 times for 128 yards and a touchdown.

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Wide Receiver

Diontae Johnson

I want all the Dionte Johnson in cash this Thursday. In games he’s completed, he’s averaging more at least 10 targets in those games. JuJu Smith-Schuster appears to have injured his toe this past Sunday. If Smith-Schuster were to miss this Thursday’s game, I would expect an even bigger target share for both Johnson and rookie Chase Claypool.

Tight End

Logan Thomas

We’re going back to the Logan Thomas well here. He didn’t blow us away this past weekend, however, his production wasn’t needed. When the Washington Football Team played the Cowboys in week 7, Thomas went off for 4 catches 60 yards and a touchdown. As I’ve consistently done this season, I want to pay down at tight end to fit in studs at other positions.

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