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QB/RB/WR Stack

Aaron Rodgers/Aaron Jones/Davante Adams

The Green Bay Packers have featured an above average offense this season, ranking 11th in the NFL in total yards (374.4) and 15th in points (24.2) per game. Green Bay also scored 34 points in their first game without Mike McCarthy calling the plays, although that was a plus matchup against the Atlanta Falcons. They get a tough matchup against the Chicago Bears, who rank third in yards (309.9) and points (19.0) per game this season. The Packers are +6 point underdogs in a game set at 45 points, and they feature an implied total of only 19.5 points this weekend.

Aaron Rodgers have found quite a bit of success this season, as he’s averaging 284.6 yards and 1.8 touchdowns on 38.1 pass attempts per game. Furthermore, Rodgers has thrown only one interception on 495 pass attempts this season. He has struggled a bit recently, but needed roughly one injured half to score 25 DK points against the Bears earlier this season. Davante Adams has been his favorite target this season, and he’s averaging 7.1 receptions for 92.0 yards and 0.9 touchdowns on 10.6 targets per game. Adams has scored 20+ DK points in four of his last five games, and he has two games with multiple touchdowns this season. Adams has recorded 10+ targets in three of his last four games, and that may be the case again tonight. Aaron Jones has been underutilized for the majority of the season, but he’s still averaging 84.2 yards and 0.8 touchdowns on 14.1 touches (2.4 receptions) per game. He has seen a larger role over his last five games, though, and he’s averaging 105.2 yards and 1.4 touchdowns on 17.8 touches (3.6 receptions) per game over that span. He’s also averaging 23.1 DK points per game in those five games. More importantly, Jones saw 20 touches last week, and should continue to be utilized as a featured back moving forward. Green Bay could come with lowered ownership because of the tough matchup, but they come with tremendous upside for their price tags.

 

QB/WR/WR Stack

Tom Brady/Julian Edelman/Josh Gordon

The New England Patriots have featured an above average passing attack this season, as they are averaging 279.0 passing yards per game. They have also totaled 23 touchdowns, while throwing only eight interceptions this season. New England gets a matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers, who are only allowing 234.0 passing yards per game this season. With that being said, they have allowed 25 passing touchdowns, while recording only six interceptions this season. The Patriots are -2.5 point favorites in a game set at 52 points, giving them the highest implied total on the slate at 27.3 points.

Tom Brady has struggled to produce elite fantasy numbers at times this season, but he is averaging 284.6 yards and 1.8 touchdowns on 36.7 pass attempts per game this season. Brady also has two rushing touchdowns this season, but those tend to be added bonuses in his game, rather than the expected. Julian Edelman has been a massive part of the Patriots offense since returning from suspension. Through nine games, he’s averaging 6.2 receptions for 69.0 yards and 0.4 touchdowns on 9.0 targets per game. He has seen double digit targets in four of his last six games, as well. Josh Gordon has played 10 games with New England this season, averaging 3.9 receptions for 70.1 yards and 0.3 touchdowns on 6.5 targets per game. He’s been consistent, scoring 12+ DK points in each of his last five games, including a 27 DK point performance against the Green Bay Packers. Rob Gronkowski can be utilized instead of Gordon, as well, but I’m utilizing Gordon for the QB/WR/WR stack here.

 

QB/WR/TE Stack

Nick Mullens/Dante Pettis/George Kittle

The San Francisco 49ers have featured a plethora of ups and downs this season, and that has been the case with their passing offense. They are currently averaging 240.0 passing yards per game this season, although they have dealt with multiple injuries at quarterback. They have also totaled 22 passing touchdowns, although they have also thrown 16 interceptions. They get a matchup against the Seattle Seahawks, who are allowing 247.0 passing yards per game this season. They have also allowed 21 passing touchdowns, while recording 12 interceptions in 2018. The 49ers are +4.5 point underdogs in a game set at only 44 points. They own an implied total of only 19.8 points this weekend.

Nick Mullens has only played in five games this season, but he has performed well for the most part. He’s averaging 295.8 yards and 1.8 touchdowns on 34.8 pass attempts per game. He has recorded 20+ DK points in three of those five games, including each of the last two weeks. Mullens still comes with an extremely low price tag, and this is a plus matchup for the rookie. Dante Pettis is another rookie that has taken his game to the next level recently. He has seen six or more targets in each of his last four games, and he’s averaging 4.0 receptions for 66.8 yards and 1.0 touchdown on 6.8 targets per game. He is also averaging 16.1 DK points per game over the last three weeks, scoring 14+ DK points in each of those games. George Kittle has been a focal point of the San Francisco offense, and he has been one of the best tight ends in the NFL this season. Through 13 games, he’s averaging 5.3 receptions for 84.8 yards and 0.3 touchdowns on 7.9 targets per game. He’s coming off of a massive 7/210/1 line on nine targets against the Denver Broncos, and Kittle adds elite upside to a stack that may go a bit overlooked this week.

 

High Upside GPP Stack

Josh Allen/Robert Foster/Zay Jones

The Buffalo Bills have featured one of the worst passing attacks in the NFL this season, as they are averaging only 167.0 passing yards per game. They have also thrown a league-low eight passing touchdowns this season. They get a matchup against the Detroit Lions, who are allowing only 233.0 passing yards per game this season. With that being said, they have allowed 25 passing touchdowns, while recording only six interceptions this season. Surprisingly, the Bills are -2.5 point favorites in a game set at only 38.5 points. They enter this game with an implied total of 20.5 points.

It has taken Josh Allen a bit to find his groove in the NFL, but he has been playing at an elite level, in terms of fantasy, over his last three games. Over that span, he’s averaging 199.0 yards and 1.0 touchdown on 29.3 pass attempts per game. He’s also averaging 111.7 yards and 0.7 touchdowns per game on the ground. Allen is averaging 28.1 DK points per game in those three games, and he has scored 24+ DK points in each of those games. Two of his favorite targets have been Robert Foster and Zay Jones. Foster has been a deep threat for Allen recently, and he has found plenty of success over his last four games. Over that span, he’s averaging 3.3 receptions for 82.5 yards and 0.3 touchdowns on 4.5 targets per game. He struggled two games ago against the Miami Dolphins, but has scored 16+ DK points in the other three games over that span. Jones has been a bit more inconsistent, but he has flashed tremendous upside. He has quietly seen a plethora of targets for weeks, including nine of more targets in three of his last four games. He has recently posted an 8/93/1 line against the New York Jets and a 4/67/2 line against the Miami Dolphins, scoring 23.3 and 24.7 DK points in those two games, respectively. Jones adds quite a bit of risk to this stack, but there is a tremendous amount of upside because of the way Allen and the Buffalo offense try to feature big plays.

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