DFS Values – Draftkings Week Ten
Brandon LaFell (CPP $288) – Brandon LaFell finally shook the rust loose in week nine and had been getting a consistent amount of targets before that and still remains a solid CPP value at Draftkings. LaFell also has a low $4,100 salary this week making him an even more enticing option this week. Expect the Patriots to step on the throats of the Giants in what is projected by vegas to be the high scoring contest of the week. Get LaFell in lineups where possible.
Cole Beasley (CPP $261) – Cole Beasley has shown a solid rapport with Matt Cassel and Draftkings has not adjusted for this fact at all. Beasley is the top CPP play this week and is also available and a pittance at only $3,000. Get him in at least one of your lineups.
Jeremy Langford (CPP $303) – Jeremy Langford is in line to start this week and should be in for a solid fantasy day. Gameflow should not affect Langford as he is the Bears best passing down back as well which should lead to 16+ touches minimum. Langford is one of the top CPP values this week and should be a consideration in 50/50’s and double ups as well as GPP contests despite facing off against the Rams.
Darren McFadden (CPP $319) – Darren McFadden has been rolling for the Cowboys and should be in line for all the touches he can handle in what Vegas projects as a competitive matchup against the Buccaneers. As a top three CPP value and at a low salary $4,900 salary, McFadden will appear in many fantasy lineups this week at Draftkings with good reason; he is the Cowboys workhorse, is and always has been a mega talent and is running behind one of the best offensive lines in football. McFadden does not present the same injury risk in daily leagues and should be viewed and deployed accordingly.
Derek Carr (CPP $293) – Derek Carr has emerged as a legitimate QB1 this season and is one of the top CPP plays for week ten despite the tough matchup on paper. The Vikings have been very good against opposing quarterbacks this season but closer analysis reveals they have squared off against a who’s who of struggling quarterbacks outside of Philip Rivers in week three. The Vikings still somehow have managed to allow this putrid (this season at least) Matthew Stafford to amass two touchdowns per game. The thought is that this game will be a competitive one which will allow Carr to get a healthy amount of pass attempts and completions in boosting his fantasy potential on the day. 250+ yards and two touchdowns seem like his floor in this one so start Carr where possible.
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