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.
Russell Wilson at PHI – $8,500
Russell Wilson is 5th in quarterback points per game this season. The Eagles have allowed the 4th most fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks. Wilson is just the 7th most expensive quarterback. He has a nice high floor for cash game lineups.
Eddie Lacy vs. ATL – $8,500
Owners should be doing whatever they can to get Packers in their Week 14 lineups. The Packers have the highest projected total of the week and should score a lot of points at home against the porous Falcons defense. Lacy is averaging 21.1 over his last five games. The Falcons have allowed the 3rd most fantasy points to opposing running backs.
C.J. Anderson vs. BUF – $7,800
Since taking over for Ronnie Hillman, C.J. Anderson has proven that he is matchup-proof. In his last four games, Anderson is averaging 23.1 fantasy points per game. His workload and offense keep his floor extremely high.
Randall Cobb vs. ATL – $8,400
Considering his matchup and price tag, Randall Cobb is a value play. I prefer Jordy Nelson but he is $500 more expensive. Cobb provides a cheaper way to own part of the explosive Packer offense.
Kenny Stills vs. CAR – $6,400
Since losing Brandin Cooks, the Saints have increased the usage of Kenny Stills. The Panthers secondary has struggled all season and Stills’ price still hasn’t matched his recent production. He qualifies as a value play.
Charles Johnson vs. NYJ – $6,000
The Vikings have benched Cordarrelle Patterson for freakish athlete Charles Johnson. Over their last three games, Johnson leads Viking wide receivers in snaps and targets. The Jets remain a favorable matchup for opposing wide receivers.
Kyle Rudolph vs. NYJ – $5,200
While he hasn’t produced since returning, Rudolph did play 46 of 50 snaps last week. The Jets run defense will force the Vikings offense to pass more than usual. The Jets have allowed 12 receiving touchdowns to opposing tight ends this season.