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CASH: Josh Allen ($7,500) vs. Cardinals:
With the highest over/under of the week on DK Sportsbook, the Cardinals-Bills matchup should be a shootout between two explosive offenses. Allen is coming off his best performance of the season in which he scored 39 DKFP. Meanwhile, we also just saw rookie Tua Tagovailoa carve up the Cardinals for 248 yards and two touchdowns in just his second career start.
GPPs: Jared Goff ($6,500) vs. Seahawks:
We just mentioned that Josh Allen had his best performance of the season last week against ... the Seattle Seahawks, the same team Goff and the Rams play in Week 10. Seattle’s secondary is getting scorched each and every week. They’ve allowed the most passing yards in the league and five quarterbacks have hit the 300-yard bonus this season when playing against the Seahawks.
With Michael Thomas back in the lineup for the first time since Week 1, the Saints had their best offensive output of the season in Week 9, scoring 38 points against a stout Buccaneers defense. Brees had four touchdown passes against a Tampa Bay defense that allowed a total of six passing scores in their previous four games. Now Brees and the Saints face a 49ers defense that has allowed each of the team’s past two opponents to toss four touchdowns.
CASH: James Robinson ($6,600) vs. Packers:
Two positive trends here:
- Robinson is sixth in the NFL with 580 rushing yards and;
- The Packers have allowed the third-most rushing yards (269) over the past three weeks.
The Jags are heavy underdogs, which typically doesn’t bode well for the rushing attack, but Jacksonville may not have a choice but to try and control the time of possession by feeding Robinson the rock.
David Johnson has a concussion and Duke Johnson could have the backfield all to himself against his former team in Week 10. @JimCramer and @BillEnright have more fantasy football pickups for Week 10 here: https://t.co/lnQgOSjMxW pic.twitter.com/qEtZqOjhAk— Bull Market Fantasy (@BullMktFantasy) November 10, 2020
GPPs: Duke Johnson ($5,000) vs. Browns:
David Johnson hasn’t practiced all week and has been ruled out for Houston’s game against the Browns due to the concussion he suffered in Week 9. That puts the Texans’ other D. Johnson in the driver’s seat for the overwhelming majority of touches in Houston’s backfield. At a $5,000 price tag, Johnson is one of the best bargain buys of the weekend.
After an embarrassing performance in a loss to the Saints in Week 9, the Bucs will look to get back on track against the Panthers in Week 10. Recency bias is in full effect when it comes to Fournette’s rushing total prop. He only had one rush for zero yards against the Saints, but in three of his previous four games, he went for more than 50 yards, including a 103-yard game against the Panthers (the same team he faces in Week 10). Not exactly a group of studs, but here are the backs that went over 35 yards against the Panthers in the past few weeks:
- Brian Hill
- Latavius Murray
- David Montgomery
Have faith in Fournette in Week 10.
CASH: Will Fuller ($6,700) vs. Browns:
Typically one of our favorite GPP players, we are moving Fuller to the Cash Game list based on his low-risk, high-reward performances this season. Somewhat undiscussed is the fact that Fuller has scored in six straight games and now faces a Browns defense that has allowed a receiver to catch a TD pass in each of the team’s past three outings.
GPPs: Robert Woods ($6,600) vs. Seahawks:
An excellent stacking opportunity with his quarterback Goff, Woods should get plenty of opportunities to make big plays against a Seattle defense that is allowing 7.9 yards per passing attempt (fourth-worst in the NFL). Woods’ teammate Cooper Kupp is questionable heading into the Week 10 action, which could result in even more targets directed at Woods.
We’ve been hammering the over on Allen’s reception props all season and he’s yet to let us down. He’s caught nine or more passes in each of the past three weeks and seven or more passes in six of his past seven games. The Chargers’ pass-catching playmaker is in a league of his own when it comes to targets and catches. He’s second in the NFL with 62 receptions as well as second in the NFL with 86 targets, trailing only Stefon Diggs, who has played nine games compared to Allen’s eight. Until Justin Herbert’s top option lets us down, we’ll continue to ride the over on his receptions.
CASH: Noah Fant ($4,900) vs. Raiders:
While rookie receiver Jerry Jeudy is getting all the hype given his tremendous stats over the past two weeks, Fant is being overlooked by DFS players. He’s averaging 11.6 DKFP per game and his total of 46 targets is second highest on the Broncos behind only Jeudy, which is impressive considering Fant missed a game. In other words, Broncos quarterback Drew Lock locks onto Jeudy and Fant and the rest of the team’s options are mere afterthoughts.
GPPs: Dallas Goedert ($4,200) vs. Giants:
Coming off the bye week, Goedert is now as close to full health as he’ll get all season. The Giants have been getting burned by tight ends all year, including Richard Rodgers the last time the Eagles faced New York. Goedert has burned fantasy players all year long, having not scored over 7 DKFP since Week 1, but that will change in the Eagles’ NFC East matchup in Week 10.
Player Prop: None
Our research and model haven’t provided a play for a tight end player prop and we don’t like forcing action just to have action, but we will provide an update if something on the line changes!
Good luck in Week 10!
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