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NLF DFS Week 10 – OwnersBox Building Blocks

We are beyond thrilled to “officially” announce our newest partners at OwnersBox. While being well known for their WFS (Weekly Fantasy Sports) product, they have recently launched their first ever DFS platform and have been using none other than Karma Nation to test it! CLICK HERE to sign up for your account and lock in a $500 deposit match and $10 Free Play with promo code ‘KARMA’!

What is OwnersBox? How are they different?

OwnersBox is the newest DFS lineup platform giving you more lineup flexibility than ANYONE else by creating a “SuperFlex“. For NFL, this means that you have the ability to play TWO Quarterbacks in your lineup. You are also dealing with extremely different roster requirements. On OwnersBox, you roster one QB, two RB, two WR, one TE, two FLEX and one SUPER-FLEX. This allows for some crazy lineup builds, and should make for some high-scoring DFS slates. With that being said, let’s dive into the plays…


Justin Fields – $6,500

Fields was featured in this article last week, and responded with a career game topping 40 fantasy points and rushing for the most yards in a game ever for a Quarterback. He draws another strong match-up, at home against the lowly Detroit Lions defense. Detroit has allowed the fifth-most fantasy points and fourth-most rushing yards to opposing QB’s this season. Fields has now strung together four or five really strong games in a row, and it seems he and the offense have flipped a switch. One of the biggest changes has been the amount of designed runs called for him. Per — Fields was receiving under 4 designed runs called for him the first seven weeks of the season. Since Week 7, that number has ballooned to almost nine per game. He is running like crazy, and when he does throw the ball he’s taking deep shots down the field. This is pretty much exactly what we want in a QB play. He will be high-owned, but he’s the best option this week in my opinion.

Running Back

Dameon Pierce – $5,700

Pierce continues to be underpriced for his role, and the Texans seem dead-set on feeding him regardless of game-script. He’s coming off a game with 27 rush attempts despite the Texans trailing the entire game to the Eagles, and ranks top-six on the slate in weighted opportunity. He’s averaging over 25 touches per game over the last month, and the Giants have been giving up some big games to opposing running backs. There are several cheap running backs in play for all formats this week, but Pierce remains one of the best bets for pure volume and is in play for all formats.

Wide Receiver

Christian Kirk – $5,800

Jaguars/Chiefs comes in with the highest O/U on the slate at 51 — mainly due to the Chiefs massive 30 point implied team total. Travis Etienne has become a bell-cow back for this offense, but it may be difficult for them to pound the ball a ton as nearly 10 point road underdogs. This helps Lawrence and the Jaguars passing game, as they may be forced the throw the ball more. Kirk has over 23% of the teams targets and Air Yards, but has been dominant in terms of red-zone usage as well. He’s fifth in all of football in targets inside the 20 yard-line this season, and KC has notoriously struggled with slot receivers. I think this is a potential ceiling spot for Kirk, and he correlates with any of the Chiefs skill-position players.

Tight End

Foster Moreau – $4,200

Moreau is a no brainer play for me in Week 10, especially in cash game / smaller-field type contests. He’s been running a route on pretty much all of Derek Carr’s drop-backs with Darren Waller out and now Hunter Renfrow is confirmed out this weekend as well. He’s seen around a 19% target-share over the last few games without Waller, which is a top-five number among Tight Ends on this slate. Overall, he’s still too cheap and matches up well against a more zone-heavy defense.


Jacoby Brissett – $6,100

Browns/Dolphins features the second-highest O/U on the slate at 49.5 points — and this could be an opportunity to buy-low on Brissett and the Browns offense. We all know how good this Miami team is, and if they’re scoring and able to speed this game up then I do think it can turn into the shootout that Vegas expects. Miami has been a bit of a pass-funnel defense this season, and while Cleveland is always going to run the ball — Kevin Stefanski has shown in the past to be match-up dependent in his game-planning. I think Cleveland could come out throwing early this weekend, and it’s a smash spot for Amari Cooper. Stacking him with Brissett will be one of my favorite moves on OwnersBox for Week 10.

Written by Ben Hossler (Follow @BenHossler on Twitter)

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