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Best NFL games to stack for Week 12 in daily fantasy football

We go over our favorite games to stack for DFS on DraftKings for Week 12’s main slate.

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NFL’s Week 12 slate will bring 16 games as all NFL teams will be in action throughout the weekend. Three of those games will be played on Thanksgiving Day, with Packers vs. Lions at 12:30 p.m. ET, Commanders vs. Cowboys at 4:30 p.m., and 49ers vs. Seahawks wrapping up the day’s action at 8:20 p.m.

Let’s go through some of our favorite game stacks for DraftKings DFS play this week with plenty of options to choose from.

NFL DFS Picks: Game Stacks, Week 12

Texans vs. Jaguars

Texans QB C.J. Stroud ($7,700)
Texans WR Tank Dell ($6,900)
Texans WR Nico Collins ($6,400)
Jaguars WR Christian Kirk ($5,700)

Stroud has been performing extremely well lately, totaling over 300 yards in his last three consecutive outings. He threw for 336 yards and two touchdowns against the Cardinals last week, though he ended up with three interceptions which hampered his fantasy score. It was good for 21.34 fantasy points at DraftKings, but that was his lowest score of the last three weeks while he topped out at 44.8 against the Bucs in Week 9.

The Houston offense has been humming as Tank Dell has found solid chemistry with Stroud recently. Dell and Collins will benefit from Stroud’s elevated play and should be able to turn in good performances against the Jaguars. Speaking of the Jags, Christian Kirk is averaging 14.2 fantasy points per game this season and should supplement the rest of this stack nicely.

Bills vs. Eagles

Bills QB Josh Allen ($8,100)
Bills WR Stefon Diggs ($8,800)
Bills WR Gabe Davis ($5,300)
Eagles WR Devonta Smith ($7,100)

Josh Allen has been averaging 24.6 DraftKings fantasy points throughout the season so far, turning in 23.5 last week in their win over the Jets. Allen threw for 275 yards and three touchdowns in the clash. While Diggs didn’t have a great game last week, he’ll look to bounce back against the Eagles as he already has seven touchdowns on the season. Gabe Davis was held to zero targets for the first time this season last week, but he’s fairly efficient when Allen sends the ball his way and should also be able to bounce back against the Eagles.

Buccaneers vs. Colts

Bucs QB Baker Mayfield ($5,500)
Bucs RB Rachaad White ($6,100)
Bucs WR Mike Evans ($7,400)
Colts WR Michael Pittman, Jr. ($6,800)

While throwing a running back in the mix might seem a little strange, Rachaad White has become one of Baker Mayfield’s favorite targets this season. White has seen 44 targets throughout the campaign thus far, catching 41 of those for 354 yards and a receiving touchdown. Mike Evans has also been a beneficiary of plenty of targets from Mayfield, seeing at least 10 on four different occasions this season. Evans has seven touchdowns on the season and is a pretty solid receiver to stick in your lineup from week to week.

On the other side, Michael Pittman has been seeing plenty of volume from Gardner Minshew, logging three touchdowns and 677 touchdowns throughout the season.