Each week I will be releasing my favorite FanDuel plays for the weekend. These plays are decided by market prices and match ups. When I believe someone is a bargain that owners can benefit off of, this is the space that I’ll let my secrets out.

Let’s not waste anymore time, there’s money to be made.

Aaron Rodgers at MIN – $10,200

When looking for a reliable quarterback to make you money, you want Aaron Rodgers. So far this season Rodgers has thrown for at least three touchdowns in seven of his ten games this season. Against the Vikings, Rodgers is virtually certain to throw for three touchdowns.

C.J. Anderson vs. MIA – $7,200

At the price of just the 17th most expensive running back, you can have Peyton Manning’s tailback. Anderson showed last week he can be productive in the pass game and we know that Manning will give him favorable opportunities on the ground.

Trent Richardson vs. JAC – $5,700

The pricing still hasn’t adjusted to Ahmad Bradshaw’s injury. Trent Richardson will take over as the every-down back on the Colts high-scoring offense. I’m not a big fan of his talent but his volume will more than make up for it.

Jordy Nelson at MIN – $9,000

There are no bad weeks to start Jordy Nelson. Nelson is averaging 99.8 receiving yards per game and has nine touchdowns in ten games. Rodgers and Nelson combine to form the most lethal duo in football.

Odell Beckham Jr. vs. DAL – $7,500

Facing the Cowboys, the Giants are likely to be playing from behind. Despite playing on the road, the Cowboys are still favored by 3.5 points. With Dez Bryant and DeMarco Murray moving the ball for the Cowboys, expect the Giants to lean on OBJ in the passing game.

Keenan Allen vs. STL – $6,500

With FanDuel pricing, there is a heavy emphasis on scoring touchdowns. Keenan Allen has been heavily involved this season but has only found the end zone once. His current price makes him a value play against a Rams secondary that is allowing the 4th most fantasy points to opposing wide receivers.

Coby Fleener vs. JAC – $5,400

I prefer to pay up for Rob Gronkowski or Jimmy Graham in most of my cash games but Fleener’s price makes him a nice value. With Dwayne Allen likely out, Fleener will see a more significant share of targets. Last week that helped him finish with seven catches for 144 yards against the Patriots.