FanDuel Top Plays for Cash Games in the Divisional Round
With only two weeks left of full rosters in cash games on FanDuel, it’s time to finish the season strong! This article, paired with the must-start players article, will help to get us above the pay line in cash games for the Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs. This article will take a look at the top value at the running back and wide receiver position as well as the top tight end to use this week in DFS. Let’s begin by taking a look at the top value at the running back.
Raheem Mostert Leads the 49ers to the Win
Raheem Mostert has the chance to be one of the biggest breakouts next season in fantasy football. He’s come on strong to finish the season for the Niners, and I look for San Francisco to lean on him throughout their playoff run. In the previous six games for the Niners, Mostert has scored a touchdown. This week San Francisco will be going up against the Minnesota Vikings in the Divisional round of the playoffs. The Vikings have an average run defense as they are allowing the 13th fewest yards per game, but only rank 17th in rushing yards per attempt. The Niners enter this game, averaging the 2nd most rushing yards per game. I look for Mostert to have a massive game on Saturday against the Vikings.
Emmanuel Sanders Surpasses Value on FanDuel
I love the way the 49ers offense matches up against the Minnesota Vikings defense in this game. I look for a few players to surpass decent value on FanDuel on offense for San Francisco. One of those players is Emmanuel Sanders. Sanders is priced as a mid-level wide receiver this week on FanDuel at $5,700. The Vikings rank 14th in the NFL in passing yards allowed per game with 233.18 but are allowing the 3rd most receptions. I look for Jimmy G and the passing offense to get things going against this defense in a win.
Travis Kelce has a Massive Game against Texans
There are two ways to go at tight end this week in DFS. You either go with George Kittle, or you go with Kittle. With the price difference only being $100 on FanDuel, I am paying up slightly for Kelce over Kittle, even though both players should have great games this weekend. Kelce finished the regular season with 97 receptions for 1,229 yards and five touchdowns. This weekend the Chiefs will be going up against the Texans in the Divisional Round of the playoffs. Houston enters this game, allowing the 3rd most passing yards per game with 266 yards. I look for Mahomes to take advantage of the weak secondary and for Kelce to be one of the biggest beneficiaries of the match-up.