The BEST DFS Plays

Win the Day with our expert’s top plays for Week 11 Daily Fantasy Sports

Last Week’s team (105.46 total, ~120 cash line):

Josh Allen (29.36)

Aaron Jones (14.50)

Mike Davis (8.50)

Cooper Kupp (10.00)

Keenan Allen (12.90)

Davante Parker (5.10)

Eric Ebron (5.80)

Duke Johnson (5.40)

Saints (14.00)



Taysom Hill ($4800) is finally getting his opportunity to start for the Saints this week. His rushing floor and ability to catch passes gives him a floor that we have never really seen for a QB. Taking the savings seems like a no brainer to me, for a player that could easily break the slate.

Others to Consider:

Deshaun Watson ($6500) has been running the ball more with David Johnson out, and faces a Patriots pass defense that has been significantly worse than last season.



Dalvin Cook ($9000) is the logical pay up option this week, having over 80 rush attempts in the past 3 games and facing the Dallas defense who are 31st in yards per carry allowed. The Vikings are running the ball more than any other team, so Cook is the main focus of this offense.

Off the Board:

Adrian Peterson ($4000) will have the opportunity to get 12-15 touches with Deandre Swift missing this game with his concussion. The Panthers have allowed 10 rushing TD on the season and Peterson has seen 15 targets this year so I could see him getting 3 or 4 in this one as well.

Others to Consider:

Kalen Ballage ($5600) is the guy in LA at this point in the season. He has a floor of 15 carries and 3-4 targets. The Chargers are facing the Jets, so they should be in the lead and be using Ballage to run the clock. Duke Johnson ($5400) has seen all the RB touches since David Johnson has been out with his concussion, so we should expect 15+ touches once again. Salvon Ahmed ($4800) has a path to get another 20 carries against the Broncos, who have trailed by 20 or more points in each of their last 4 games.



Jakobi Meyers ($4900) has emerged as Cam Newton’s favorite target, seeing 21 receptions over the past 3 weeks. A matchup with the Houston Texans should provide an opportunity for Meyers to get some positive touchdown regression.

Off the Board:

Adam Thielen ($6300) is my preferred pivot off of Dalvin Cook this week. Many people will go to Justin Jefferson ($6000) at the cheaper price point and recency bias with the 100 yard games. However, I think Thielen plays as a good pivot as he is more likely to take TD away from Dalvin.

Others to Consider:

Tee Higgins ($5900) is in the best matchup for the Bengals offense if you are playing Joe Burrow teams. Higgins has seen over 100 yards or a TD in four straight games. Brandin Cooks ($5200) faces off with his former Patriot squad and has been getting peppered in targets with Watson of late. This may be the last week you will be able to get Jalen Reagor ($4300) under $5k, so I am going to take advantage of that.



Dallas Goedart ($3800) came back and saw 6 targets for the Eagles on 93% of the offensive snaps. There are a lot of mouths to feed in Philadelphia, but Goedart is an excellent cheap option this week.

Others to Consider:

TJ Hockenson ($4200) is finally priced appropriately. Swift and Amendola’s absence in this game should further increase his 19% market share of targets over the past month, higher than any other TE on this slate.