2020 Week 10 DFS Plays on Draftkings

Last Week’s team (131.00 total, ~136 cash line):

Josh Allen (39.00)

Dalvin Cook (42.20)

Chase Edmonds (11.80)

Tyler Lockett (8.00)

Sterling Shepard (11.70)

Russell Gage (3.10)

Hayden Hurst (13.20)

Justin Jackson (0.00) **oof**

Cardinals (2.00)



Jared Goff ($6500) is facing the Seattle Seahawks defense that have given up the most fantasy points to opposing QBs in the league. This game has an over/under of 54.5 points, and Goff’s passing yards line is at 292.5, so I think we are in store for one of those spike games we have seen from Goff. You can pair him with Kupp, Woods and Reynolds, who are all in plus matchups.


Others to Consider:

Josh Allen ($7500) is once again in play against a fast paced Cardinals team in what I expect to be an exciting game for fantasy. Carson Wentz ($5900) is an intriguing cheap option. He has a decent rushing floor and can get the 300 yard bonus any week.




Mike Davis ($4000) will come pre-loaded in most of my lineups this week, as DraftKings egregiously dropped his price back to minimum, even after CMC left the last game with injury. Anyway, Davis should easily make value this week at the cheap, cheap price.

Duke Johnson ($5000) saw 16 rush attempts after David Johnson exited last week, meaning he should be in line for more of the same at a discounted price. We know that Duke is an above average receiving back, lining up for a great DraftKings score.


Off the Board:

Miles Sanders ($6400) returns to a matchup with the Giants in a game that I expect to have some sneaky fantasy value. The implied total of this game is only 44 points, but Sanders floor of receptions gives him upside each week, especially if he gets in the end zone.


Others to Consider:

Aaron Jones ($7100) gets an easy matchup against the Jaguars. I expect the Packers to put up a lot of points in this one, and Jones could be the benefactor of added usage once they get out to a big lead. Chase Edmonds ($6300) will be in line for another bell cow game if Kenyan Drake misses. He only scored 11.8 points last week, but he saw the highest snap rate of all RB in the league (96%).




Keenan Allen ($7100) is a safe bet for 8+ targets every week. The Dolphins have been putting up a fight in recent games, and the Chargers tend to make every game a one score affair, so I think this is another good game to target, starting with Allen’s massive floor.


Off the Board:

Diontae Johnson ($5200) continues to be underpriced for a receiver that sees 10+ targets every time he is healthy. Add in that the Bengals are depleted on defense due to COVID and injuries, Johnson should feast once again.


Others to Consider:

Jalen Reagor ($4200) got 6 targets in his first game back from injury, including a TD. The Eagles are limited in passing options, so I expect this to continue. Davante Adams ($9000) has been crushing and seems to have a floor of 20 points, but his high price makes me want to limit my exposure in case he “only” gets 15 because they run away with the game. Christian Kirk ($5700) quietly has 5 TD in the last 3 games, surpassing 20 fantasy points in each, and should see work in the slot against the Buffalo slot funnel defense.




Evan Engram ($4500) has seen an uptick in work for the Giants in recent weeks. They like to use him and his athleticism in multiple ways, especially around the end zone.


Others to Consider:

Dallas Goedart ($4200) should see 5+ targets in the limited Eagles passing attack, and we have seen the upside he can have with those targets. Austin Hooper ($3900) is underpriced and gets to face the Houston defense that has been underwhelming thus far in 2020.