NFL Week 9 GPP Stacks for DraftKings and FanDuel
Welcome to Team Rise or Fall’s Week 9 NFL GPP top stacks for DraftKings and FanDuel. If you are new to this terminology, I highly recommend you go back through Team Rise or Fall’s YouTube tutorial: How to Build Winning NFL DFS Lineups for DraftKings and FanDuel. Be sure the subscribe and hit the notification bell while you’re there!
This week the stacks are going to be broken down a little different than in weeks past. I would previously list stacks by team, but this week we are going to looks at three-player stacks by value, three-player game stack by projection, and four-player game stack by rating.
Three-player Stack by Value
In the Team Rise of Fall Top Stacks tool, this week, the Los Angeles Chargers present the best value three-player stack. The tool has identified Justin Herbert, Keenan Allen, and Hunter Henry as the players we want to stack.
The Rise or Fall NFL Study Hub shows us that Herbert is a top 10 projected scoring quarterback. He and his top wideout Keenan Allen have shown a great rapport since he took over the starting job. Allen has 8.7 targets over the last four weeks responsible for 22.61% of the team’s target market share. Henry faces a middle of the pack defense against the tight end position. Henry has averaged a little over 6 targets a game over the last four games.
Three-player Game Stack by Projection
As I reference back to our Top Stacks tool this top projected three-player game stack honor goes to Josh Allen, Stefon Diggs, and Tyler Lockett. This game is going to be wildly popular and will garner a lot of ownership.
Allen has the benefit of going against the worst pass defense in the league, which will also benefit Diggs. Lockett is going to be the runback player of the stack. Lockett may be the lower owned of the two Seattle receivers. With an implied game total of 54 there will be fireworks, just make sure you have the correct pieces.
Four-player Game Stack by Rating
Our Top Stacks tool likes a Kansas City stack with a Carolina run back; Patrick Mahomes, Tyreek Hill, Travis Kelce, and D.J. Moore. That game has an implied total of 52.5 points, which is one of the highest on the slate.
Mahomes is the third-highest-rated quarterback in the NFL Study Hub. He’s thrown for multiple touchdowns in all but one game this season. Tyreek Hill has the closest thing to a breakout game last Sunday against the Jets going 4-98-2. Travis Kelce, he’s just amazing, what else can be said? The run back on the opposite side of the ball is D.J. Moore. Moore is averaging about 2 more fantasy points a game over Robby Anderson. The return of Christian McCaffrey should also free up Moore to see more favorable coverages.
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