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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 – $6,900
Fields was the featured QB in this article last week, and he will be once again this week as heads to his homecoming game in his hometown of Atlanta Georgia. He’s been breaking fantasy football over the past month, and is coming off back-to-back 40+ fantasy point games. Obviously, he isn’t going to rip off 70+ yard touchdown runs every game, but the change in play-calling has really helped him out. He’s getting more designed runs than any other QB, and he seems to be starting off these games with a five point floor. Atlanta is one of the best match-ups for him, and I think he is a super tough fade once again in Week 11. There are other strong QB play this week, but I think should be over $7K in this spot and he’s my top option.
Jonathan Taylor – $6,100
Jonathan Taylor is coming off some of the best usage of his career, and looks to be fully healthy following his ankle injury. Newly named HC Jeff Saturday seems keen on using Taylor as much as possible, and it doesn’t hurt that Matt Ryan is back at QB over Sam Ehlinger. With Nyheim Hines gone, Taylor logged a monster 95% snap-rate and ran a route on all but five of Matt Ryan’s drop-backs per Pro Football Focus. Deon Jackson will be back active as the back-up this week, but I highly doubt the plan is for him to steal many snaps from Taylor given how he played last weekend. Philly has been one of the better defense in football this season, but I actually really like this match-up for JT. Philadelphia is still missing rookie Jordan Davis, who has been the monster in the middle for them on defense. Their run-defense has plummeted with him off the field, and that’s resulted in them signing Linval Joseph and Ndamukong Suh off the street. I doubt Suh will be active, and Joseph hasn’t been on a football field in months so I expect more of the same from this Eagles defense. They have one of the best pass defenses in football, and this sets up as a spot for the Colts to run the ball if they want any chance of winning. Taylor is one of the best-overall RB plays, but is coming in at a discount because of his recent injuries.
Donovan Peoples-Jones – $4,800
DPJ is not a name that most knew coming into this season, but he’s been one of the most stable fantasy contributors in the mid to low pricing tier. He’s now topped 70+ receiving yards in six of his last seven games, with the outlier being a 50 yard performance against the Los Angeles Chargers. It’s been well documented in recent weeks that Amari Cooper struggles on the road, and that in turn has helped out Peoples-Jones. He’s posted receiving lines of 71, 71 and 99 in his last three road games. This entire game got a boost with it being moved from the snow to the dome in Detroit. It’s one of the highest O/U’s on the slate, and it’s very likely that Cleveland will need to throw to keep pace with Buffalo’s offense.
Greg Dulcich – $4,300
Dulcich let everyone down in Week 10, but I’ll be going right back to the well in Week 11 against the Las Vegas Raiders. Despite the let-down, Dulcich was on the field for 86% of the snaps per PFF, which is a career-high number. He’s already been seeing a steady target-share, and now Denver will be missing Jerry Jeudy for this game. Las Vegas’ defense is not good, but that is particularly true against tight ends. They’ve been middle of the pack in terms of fantasy production allowed to wideouts this season — but rank bottom-five in fantasy points allowed to tight ends. He’s going to come in much lower-owned than last week, and I think we could see a breakout game from him if Russ Wilson can get going.
Terry McLaurin – $5,800
Terry is coming off a monster game in the Commanders Monday Night win, hanging 8-128 on Darius Slay’s head. He now draws a soft match-up against the Houston Texans, who have surrendered some huge games to opposing WR1’s this season. More importantly, McLaurin’s best-friend, Taylor Heinicke, will remain at QB for the Commanders this week which is directly tied to his recent fantasy surge. He averaged under 17% of the teams targets with Carson Wentz at QB, a number that has shot up to nearly 30% with Heinicke at QB. He also has double-digit fantasy points in every game Heinicke has started. Overall, I love this match-up and price, he’s one of my top options in all formats for Week 11.
Written by Ben Hossler (Follow @BenHossler on Twitter)