2020 Week 12 DFS Plays on Draftkings

Last Week’s team (134.62 total, ~140 cash line):

Taysom Hill (25.42)

Dalvin Cook (29.00)

Kalen Ballage (14.10)

Terry McLaurin (13.40)

Brandin Cooks (12.50)

Jakobi Meyers (6.80)

TJ Hockenson (10.80)

Justin Jefferson (17.60)

Dolphins (5.00)



Josh Allen ($7600) has an implied total of 28 points at home. His rushing TD upside puts him in play every week, especially weeks with this good of a matchup against the Chargers defense that have allowed at least 2 passing TD in 5 straight weeks.

Others to Consider:

Daniel Jones ($5500) has shown rushing upside and finally gets a good matchup through the air, against a Bengals defense that allowed Baker Mayfield to throw 7TD this season.



Dalvin Cook ($9500) is in one of the best RB matchups you can have, and value makes him easy enough to jam into lineups. Adam Thielen’s absense in this game should only increase the chances of Cook getting multiple TD in this spot. Let Dalvin Cook.

Brian Hill ($4000) is a big value that has opened up with Todd Gurley missing Sunday. The Falcons pass at a high rate, so the touches may not eclipse 15, but Hill is active in the passing game and doesn’t need a ton of work to be worth the price.

Off the Board:

Wayne Gallman ($5000) has surprisingly scored a TD in 4 straight games. Gallman has a red zone role and is most likely seeing another 15 or more touches here. The Bengals have only held one team to less than 50 rushing yards from an RB (James Conner).

Others to Consider:

Kalen Ballage ($5800) has 15 targets over the past 3 weeks, and is locked into a 15+ touch role on a team with an implied total of 24 points. Is it after Thanksgiving? Then Derrick Henry ($7900) is in play. Nyheim Hines ($4600) should see an extended role in the Colts offense with Jonathan Taylor out with COVID on the other side of that game.



Justin Jefferson ($6300) is expected to see an uptick in targets with the lack of Thielen and Irv in this offense. Jefferson has the same upside as all the WR in the $7k and up range.

Gabriel Davis ($3000) is my favorite cheap WR play this week. We have seen his targets increase in games without John Brown.

Off the Board:

One strategy this week would be to just play the lowest owned 3K WR. In my mind that would be Jalen Guyton ($3100). If one of his deep passing land, he can really win you some money.

Others to Consider:

Andy Isabella ($3000), Denzel Mims ($3500), Laviska Shenault ($3300), and Keelan Cole ($3600) have all been thrust into more opportunities at low prices this week and are all playable. Calvin Ridley ($7100) is in a good game environment with the Raiders. Julio Jones is banged up, which could lead to Ridley getting a massive target share at home.



Travis Kelce ($7000) is a smash play every week, and the value available makes him easy enough to fit.

Others to Consider:

Darren Waller ($6000) can keep pace with Kelce, gettting a cake matchup against the Falcons. Kyle Rudolph ($2800) is worth a punt. Irv Smith and Thielen are out, so there are more TD and targets around for Rudolph than usual.