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NFL DFS Week 4 DraftKings and Fanduel Daily Fantasy Football Lineup Picks

 

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NFL DFS Week 1

NFL DFS Week 4

 

QBs

Elite:

 

NFL DFS Week 4Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers vs Atlanta Falcons (FD: $8,000, DK: $7,100)

Rodgers comes into this juicy match-up with the 5th most passing yards (887) and the third most TDs (9) against the Falcons’ defense that can’t hold a lead and have given up an average of 350.3 passing yards per game. On top of that, the Falcons have given up an average of 445 passing yards on the road and this is being played at Lambeau. It’s the MNF game but I’ll have a ton of exposure when I play Sun-Mon slates.

 

 

 

NFL DFS Week 4Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks at Miami Dolphins (FD: $9,000, DK: $7,800)

Wilson is already on a MVP level right now. He leads all of the NFL with 14 passing touchdowns as he now has back to back games with 5 passing TDs. He’s thrown for 925 yards and now gets to face a Dolphins’ defense that gives up the 4th most fantasy points per game to opposing QBs. Wilson has so many targets to throw to that it’s hard to have everyone covered. Add on top of that he can run and he could be in store for another 34+ FP game as he hasn’t scored less than that in the first 3 weeks over on DraftKings. This game also has opened up with a 54.5 O/U which bodes well for us.

 

Value:

 

NFL DFS Week 4Ryan Fitzpatrick, Miami Dolphins vs Seattle Seahawks (FD: $7,100, DK: $5,400)

Fitzmagic came through in week 3 against Jacksonville on Thursday Night Football. He’s more of a value play over on DraftKings where he is almost $3k cheaper than Lamar Jackson. Fitzpatrick only through the ball 20 times against JAX but he put up 160 yards and 2 TDs for over 25 FP on DK. He now gets to face the Seahawks’ defense that is giving up the most amount of DKFP through the first 3 games and Fitzpatrick could air it out. I love him with DaVante Parker and Gesicki this week. While most will flock to Dak/Rodgers/Wilson, we can get some lower ownership and value here to pay up at other positions.

 

 

 

 

 

Other QBs: Dak Prescott (FD: $8,200, DK: $7,200), Jared Goff (FD: $7,500, DK: $6,700), Baker Mayfield (FD: $7,000, DK: $5,800), Brian Hoyer

 


 

NFL DFS Week 4

 

RBs

Elite:

 

Alvin Kamara, New Orleans Saints at Detroit Lions (FD: $8,800, DK: $8,000)

Kamara is coming off of a MASSIVE game against GB where we saw 58 yards rushing but 13 receptions on 14 targets for 139 yards and 2 TD. It seems like if Thomas is out again Brees just doesn’t trust the deep throw and dumps it off to Kamara more times than not. Couple that with the match-up against the Lions’ defense that give up almost 27 FPPG to RBs and 33.5 FPPG to WRs which could make Kamara a double threat and the highest-scoring RB again this week. He’s going to cost you a pretty penny, but he’s 100% worth it this week. Can even couple him with Brees if you’d like since he’ll dump off possibly 10+ passes here as well.

 

 

 

Dalvin Cook, Minnesota Vikings at Houston Texans (FD: $8,700, DK: $7,600)

Cook comes into week 4 with 48 rushes for 294 yards and 4 TDs. He now gets a juicy match-up against a Texans’ defense that give up the 4th most FP to the RB position. They are giving up an average of 29.57 FPPG to RBs and this game has opened up to a 54 O/U. If I’m building Dalvin into lineups I might run him out there naked because I just don’t trust cousins enough and Cook only has 9 targets in 3 weeks.

Value:

 

Devin Singletary, Buffalo Bills at Las Vegas Raiders (FD: $6,000, DK: $5,900)

I think I like this play a little bit more over on DraftKings because of the way Singletary is utilized in the passing game as well. The one downside is he has yet to find paydirt but that could change this weekend. The Raiders are giving up the most amount of FPPG to RBs which happens to be 40.13 FPPG. This play will be even better if Moss is once again out this weekend. In 3 games Singletary has rushed 32 times for 157 yards and has 11 receptions on 15 targets for an additional 93 yards. He isn’t minimum price but he’s low enough to make our value list in week 3.

 

 

 

Other RBsTodd Gurley (FD: $6,600, DK: $5,500), James Robinson (FD: $6,600, DK: $6,500), Aaron Jones (FD: $8,400, DK: $7,500), Austin Ekeler (FD: $6,900, DK: $7,100), Mike Davis (FD: $6,300, DK: $5,700)

 


 

NFL DFS Week 4

 

WRs

Elite:

 

 

Tyler Lockett, Seattle Seahawks at Miami Dolphins (FD: $7,500, DK: $7,000)

Lockett just torched Dallas for 9 receptions, 100 yards, and 3 TDs. Metcalf does have 38 more yards than Lockett but either of these targets really can have a huge game with Russell throwing to them. I’m on the Lockett train in week 4. The Dolphins’ defense give up an average of 32.5 FPPG to WRs and being on the road this year doesn’t affect anything with no huge crowd noise. I’ll have a ton of exposure to Lockett and think you should as well. Pair him with Russ again and count your monies.

 

 

 

Odell Beckham Jr, Cleveland Browns at Dallas Cowboys (FD: $6,600, DK: $5,800)

This is more of a GPP/Tournament play as Baker and the Browns have looked terrible trying to throw to WRs. OBJ comes in to this week with 11 receptions on 22 targets for 155 yards and 1 TD. He gets the 2nd best match-up against a Cowboys’ D that give up an average of 41.2 FPPG. If you wanted to go a little more value in this game at WR you could take Landry for $900 cheaper on FD and has the same nice match-up. There’s just no way I’m trusting my bankroll in cash for OBJ or the Browns.

 

Value:

 

Allen Lazard, Green Bay Packers vs Atlanta Falcons (FD: $6,200, DK: $5,500)

Lazard is starting to cement himself in the mix as A-Rods’ #1 target while Adams is out. While Adams might be back, he might not be 100% and we can get some exposure to Lazard at a discount for his production lately. The Falcons’ defense is giving up 39.8 FPPG to opposing WRs and this game opened up with the highest O/U at 58. This game has the potential for another shootout like Week 3 MNF game and I’m going to have some exposure to Rodgers and Lazard.

LAZARD IS NOW ON THE IR.

 

 

 

 

 

Other WRs: DeVante Parker (FD: $6,500, DK: $5,700), DK Metcalf (FD: $6,900, DK: $6,800), Cooper Kupp (FD: $7,200, DK: $6,700), Tyreek Hill (FD: $8,000, DK: $8,000), Randall Cobb (FD: $5,400, DK: $4,800), Brandon Aiyuk (FD: $5,100, DK: $5,000)


 

NFL DFS Week 4

 

TEs

Elite:

 

 

Travis Kelce, Kansas City Chiefs vs New England Patriots (FD: $7,600, DK: $6,800)

He didn’t have the biggest nights in Week 3 against the Ravens, but I mean you really never know who is going to score for the Chiefs on any given night. That being said, Kelce could be a contrarian tournament option as he’s facing a Patriots’ defense giving up only 5.77 FPPG. Kelce is the type of player you can run out there naked and not have to stack with Mahomes this weekend. I just don’t know if I can trust him enough to make a cash lineup around him against a very stout defense.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Value:

 

T.J. Hockenson, Detroit Lions vs New Orleans Saints (FD: $5,400, DK: $4,800)

Here’s another tournament option for your lineups. Hockenson has the 2nd best match-up against a DEF for the TE position. Hockenson was targeted 7 times in Week 3 and that was against the Cardinals who are the 8th best team against the TE. If Stafford can get it going, we could see a stat line like Week 1 that saw Chicago give up 56 yards and a TD to Hockenson. I wouldn’t be surprised if Hockenson blows up for 70+ yards this weekend, especially if the Lions find themselves down again.

 

 

 

Other TEs: Dalton Schultz (FD: $4,900, DK: $4,300), Eric Ebron (FD: $5,100, DK: $4,200), Mark Andrews (FD: $7,400, DK: $6,000), Mike Gesicki (FD: $5,700, DK: $5,100), Mo Alie-Cox (FD: $5,300, DK: $3,900), Jimmy Graham (FD: $5,300, DK: $3,800)

 

 

 

 

Want to see a which players we like by position?  Check out our Cheat Sheet.

 

REMEMBER: These are lineups we use, but feel free to pick and choose plays and make your own lineups. Don’t ALWAYS follow these as they don’t hit 100% of the time. We do use these but sometimes late scratches happen and it’s too late to update the lineup. Good luck and bring home the bacon.

 


 

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