2020 Week 4 DFS Plays on Draftkings

Lou Sherman @loudogsports


Last Week’s team (170.78 total, ~135 cash line):

Dak Prescott (33.48)

Miles Sanders (14.70)

Antonio Gibson (14.00)

Tyler Lockett (40.00)

Cooper Kupp (28.70)
CeeDee Lamb (11.60)

Logan Thomas (7.10)

Jonathan Taylor (13.20)

Eagles (8.00)

QB

Chalky

Ryan Fitzpatrick ($5400) faces a Seahawks defense that have given up a historic number of passing yards through 3 weeks. We have seen Fitzmagic upside in the past, and $5400 is just too cheap for a guy who has over 25 points in consecutive weeks.

 

Others to Consider:

Deshaun Watson ($6600) had the most difficult starting schedule of any quarterback in the league. Now he gets a Vikings defense who have allowed Aaron Rodgers and Ryan Tannehill each to surpass 300 yards. Watson’s floor of rushing increases his chance of hitting a ceiling, and this could be the week we see him go off.

 

RB

Chalky:

Mike Davis ($5700) has taken over the CMC role in Carolina, and is getting similar usage. 5+ receptions seems to be expected every week, and the high pace of this matchup against the Cardinals makes Davis a very good play this week.

 

Kenyan Drake ($6000) faces the Panthers defense that have given up 7 rushing TD this season. Drake has gotten at least 18 touches in each of the first 3 games. 

 

Off the Board:

Darrell Henderson, Jr. ($5800) has taken over the Rams starting RB job. The Rams are double digit favorites at home against the Giants, and Henderson is averaging 5.7 yards per carry with some inclusion in the passing game.

 

Others to Consider:

Alvin Kamara ($8000)is a lock and load player this week, and every week without Michael Thomas. Kamara’s usage is nuts, with 22 reception in the two games so far without Thomas. Don’t overthink this. David Johnson ($5600) is getting RB1 usage, but with Houston having a difficult schedule he hasn’t seen an uptick in rush attempts. Minnesota has been run all over the last two weeks, with Jonathan Taylor and Derrick Henry both going over 100 yards and TD. Carlos Hyde ($5300) is an interesting play as the Seahawks are expected to beat the Dolphins by a touchdown so Hyde could see 15+ carries and has touchdown upside as a pivot of that passing game.

 

WR

Chalky:

DK Metcalf ($6800) has a good matchup against the Dolphins this week, and has shown that his floor is 4/90/1 each week (kind of kidding).

 

Mike Evans ($6400) should be a $7k receiver, even when Chris Godwin is healthy. With Godwin out, Evans becomes a smash play at this price, as I think it’s fair to expect 8+ targets and plenty of red zone opportunities. Evans has 4 TD so far on the season, so I do not understand this price.

 

Off the Board:

Hunter Renfrow ($4600) should see an uptick in targets without Henry Ruggs and Bryan Edwards out this week. The Bills have also been weak against the slot this season, and are still facing multiple injuries on the defense.

 

Others to Consider:

Kenny Golladay ($6000) came back and looked healthy last week. Now he faces a Saints team that is still without Lattimore to contain Golladay. Devante Parker ($5700) and Isaiah Ford ($3700) are my favorite options to pair with Fitzpatrick this week. Seattle is weak against the slot and have been allowing WR to reach 100 yards with ease. Brandin Cooks ($4500) is my favorite player to pair with Watson. He’s too cheap for a guy who can reach the 100 yard bonus on just 4 plays. Play him before Randall Cobb ($4800).

 

TE

Chalky:

Hunter Henry ($4600) has seen at least 5 receptions and 50 yards each game this season. His usage sees an increase when Mike Williams misses time, so we should continue to see Henry get 5+ targets, in a game I would also expect them to be trailing. Keenan Allen can’t get 19 targets every game.

 

Others to Consider:

Jimmy Graham ($3800) has 3 TD on the season, and saw 10 targets last game, in which Nick Foles was called into battle. Foles is starting again and we have seen him pepper TE with targets, so Graham’s ceiling is as high as any other at this position on Sunday. I can’t quit Logan Thomas ($3500), at this price his usage still has enough upside and floor to not hurt you when he only gets 3 catches for 40 yards again.




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