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NFL DFS | OwnersBox: Top DFS Stacks for Week 6

Today I take a look at the OwnersBox $50K Sunday Smash! For the sixth time, we are diving into the OwnersBox slate, and they offer their own set of unique challenges, including Super-Flex.

Today, we will break down the top stacks in the game! What correlation will give you that edge when constructing your DFS lineup?

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STACK ONE: Buffalo Bills at Kansas City Chiefs

Josh Allen- Bills: $7,500

Stefon Diggs- Bills: $6,900

Khalil Shakir- Bills: $4,100

Patrick Mahomes- Chiefs: $7,300

Travis Kelce- Chiefs: $6,400

Marquez Valdes-Scantling- Chiefs: $4,500

(6 Players: $36,700)

Everyone will want to stack this game–who can blame them? The Bills/Chiefs should be electric. You can make the Josh Allen/Stefon Diggs stack with a Mahomes/Kelce comeback, but you will have to get creative. Marquez Valdes-Scantling is my favorite cheap piece to add to this game.

STACK TWO: Arizona Cardinals at Seattle Seahawks

Kyler Murray- Cardinals: $6,900

Marquise Brown- Cardinals: $6,400

Zach Ertz- Cardinals: $4,900

Geno Smith- Seahawks: $6,300

Tyler Lockett- Seahawks: $5,700

Kenneth Walker III- Seahawks: $5,000

(6 Players: $35,200)

If you are trying to avoid the ownership avalanche that is the Bills/Chiefs, look to Seattle, where the Seahawks host the Cardinals. Both teams have offenses that can put up points, with defenses that struggle mightily. This game is a recipe for a shoot-out that should merit the top fantasy performances of the season for a Kyler Murray-led Cardinals’ stack.

STACK THREE: Minnesota Vikings at Miami Dolphins

Kirk Cousins- Vikings: $6,400

Justin Jefferson- Vikings: $7,000

Irv Smith Jr.- Vikings: $4,300

Teddy Bridgewater- Dolphins: $6,000

Tyreek Hill- Dolphins: $6,600

Jaylen Waddle- Dolphins: $6,000

(6 Players: $36,300)

The Vikings/Dolphins stack carries the obvious caveat that we would need either Tua Tagovailoa or Teddy Bridgewater under center for the Dolphins to make this work. The Vikings and Dolphins have explosive playmakers and a vulnerable pass defense. If you are looking for a cheap play to help offset the cost of this stack, I like Irv Smith Jr. as a TE dart throw.

STACK FOUR: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Pittsburgh Steelers

Tom Brady- Buccaneers: $6,500

Mike Evans- Buccaneers: $6,400

Chris Godwin- Buccaneers: $5,900

Kenny Pickett- Steelers: $5,900

Diontae Johnson- Steelers: $5,800

George Pickens- Steelers: $4,600

(6 Players: $35,100)

I am backing the Buccaneers once again this week. Tom Brady and the Buccaneers were firing last week, just not on ALL cylinders. The Steelers were destroyed last week by the Bills passing offense. I see no reason to suspect Tom Brady can’t have a ceiling performance in this one. If the Steelers can stay in the game with their rookie QB, there’s fantasy potential here.

STACK FIVE: New York Jets at Green Bay Packers

Aaron Jones- Packers: $6,200

Breece Hall- Jets: $5,300

(2 Players: $11,500)

I love both Aaron Jones and Breece Hall this week. I expect the Packers to lean heavily on Aaron Jones after losing to the Giants in London. The way to beat the Packers’ defense is on the ground, and Breece Hall looks terrific. 

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