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Top NFL Targets at each position for 6-game slate on June 23rd

Deshaun Watson could light it up against the Raiders in Tuesday’s six-game slate.

Deshaun Watson of the Houston Texans looks to pass as Laremy Tunsil blocks Maxx Crosby of the Oakland Raiders in the second half at NRG Stadium on October 27, 2019 in Houston, Texas. Photo by Tim Warner/Getty Images

We break down the top DFS picks for Tuesday’s six-game slate of Madden action below. DraftKings will have its usual all-day classic contest, and here are some studs, value plays, and a defense you should consider.



Deshaun Watson, Texans ($7,200) vs. Raiders

Watson has the highest DKFP average (22.2) in the slate and is up against one of the lowest rated secondaries in the slate. He has a top three receiver in DeAndre Hopkins at his disposal and can make things happen with his legs. I don’t see him going under 20 fantasy points for a third straight game. Getting as the third priciest option is a bargain.


Jared Goff, Rams ($6,200) vs. Dolphins

Goff has a better all-around receiving corps than Watson against a poor pass defense as well. He’s rated a little lower for me because he doesn’t have the same dual-threat capabilities, but he could still light it up.

Running back


Leonard Fournette, Jaguars ($6,500) vs. Colts

Fournette has found consistency again and has reached double-digits in fantasy points in nine of his last 10 games. The Colts have the lowest scoring defense in the slate, so its likely that he or D.J. Chark Jr. will go off.


Giovani Bernard, Bengals ($3,400) vs. Ravens

Bernard has really come into his own and is somehow a quality option now. He’s tallied more than 12 DKFP in four straight games. Not bad for an RB2, right? PPR has been huge for him as of late and I like his odds to keep things up. He won’t hurt you too much if you miss.

Wide receiver


Tyreek Hill, Chiefs ($8,500) vs. Washington

Hill’s price has NEVER been this high. He capped out at $8,000 before this matchup against Washington, but I think he’s worth paying up for if you find quality cheap options or bank on hitting on a punt play. Speed is at a premium in these sims, and Hill has an abundance of it.


Albert Wilson, Dolphins ($3,600) vs. Rams

Wilson has notched five straight games of at least 10 DKFP and has cracked 25 fantasy points in two of those games. The Rams have a good secondary, but they can’t stop everybody. Slot receivers often benefit from softer coverage, so Wilson could be a quality variance play.

Tight End


Darren Waller, Raiders ($5,200) vs. Texans

Derek Carr’s favorite target has elite speed and catching at his position and leads all pass catchers in receptions and DKFP per game. Waller can line up anywhere and could get more opportunities than usual against Houston’s poor secondary.


Ryan Griffin, Jets ($3,400) vs. Vikings

Griffin randomly goes on hot streaks from time to time and is in the midst of one now. He’s averaging more than 20 fantasy points over the course of his last four sims and has scored four touchdowns during that stretch. The Vikings have a dynamite defensive line, so expect one of Sam Darnold’s more productive pass catchers to get a reasonable amount of targets should the ground game fail.

Defense/Special Teams

Vikings D/ST ($2,900) vs. Jets

Le’Veon Bell has been far from consistent at running back and Minnesota has the kind of personnel that can apply a lot of pressure up front. Do you trust Darnold to hold up against an elite pass rush? Minnesota has recovered 22 fumbles and tallied 53 sacks. I’d bet on the highest scoring defense in the slate against this New York team.