Let’s take a look at some of our top value plays for These Value Plays are comprised of players poised to out-produce their DraftKings salaries this week. These are the “diamonds in the rough” that your competitors may overlook. They are the difference-makers you need in your lineup to win one of the big DraftKings contests!
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THURSDAY/FRIDAY GAME SLATE
The game slate is small, so we are combining positions.
1. QB Kent Myers, Utah State vs. Wyoming ($5900)
Myers threw for three scores last week against San Jose State and could find similar success against Wyoming. The Cowboys pass defense is ranked 82nd in the country.
2. RB Brandon Hayes, Memphis vs. Temple ($5600)
Hayes makes this list for the second week in a row after running for 199 yards and three scores against Tulsa last week. His price didn’t rise that much and he could easily hit value against a Temple rush defense that ranks 80th.
3. RB Wayne Gallman, Clemson vs. Wake Forest ($5700)
Gallman carried the ball 28 times for 101 yards in the last game against Syracuse and looks to be the man in the Tigers backfield. He could have a big game against a weak Wake Forest defense.
SATURDAY (EARLY ONLY) GAME SET
1. QB Luke Falk, Washington State vs. Oregon State ($6600)
Falk came in for an injured Connor Halliday last week against USC and looked very good considering the situation. The Cougars offense won’t change and Falk will be throwing the ball all over the field against Oregon State. He looks like a great play this week.
1. RB Synjyn Days, Georgia Tech vs. NC State ($4300)
Days has gone over 100 yards rushing in the last two games and also added two scores last week against Virginia. Look for him to make it three in a row with a suspect NC State on the docket. He appears to be an awesome punt option this week.
2. RB Ryan Jackson, Houston vs. Tulane ($4800)
Jackson is averaging 20.30 DK fantasy points over the last two games and could top that against Tulane this week. The Green Wave run defense comes in ranked 85th in the country and gives up plenty of big plays.
3. RB Tarean Folston, Notre Dame vs. Arizona State ($5400)
Folston is averaging 28.20 DK fantasy points over the past three games and has a nice match up with Arizona State. The Sun Devils are ranked 88th against the run and may have a hard time containing Folston. He looks like a nice value play in Week 11.
1. WR Jamison Crowder, Duke vs. Syracuse ($5900)
Crowder looked unstoppable last week with 165 yards and two scores against Pitt. He appears to finally be in rhythym with Anthony Boone and looks to be way under priced this week. Expect more fantasy goodness out of this Blue Devil.
2. WR Victor Bolden ($4900) and Jordan Villamin ($4700), Oregon State vs. Washington State
Both Bolden and Villamin had big games against Cal last week and could post huge numbers against Washington State. The Cougars pass defense is ranked 119thand is allowing 295 yards per game. Play both of these Beavers.
3. WR Deshon Foxx, UCONN vs. Army ($4100)
Fox had 11 carries for 102 yards and a score last week against Central Florida. He carries big upside this week with the potential for plenty of carries. Foxx may be hard for a bad Army defense to contain.
1. TE Blake Bell, Oklahoma vs. Baylor ($2500)
Bell scored twice last week and somehow his price came down $100. He could find the end zone again in a potential shoot out with Baylor.
SATURDAY (LATE) GAME SET
1. QB Connor Cook, Michigan State vs. Ohio State ($5500)
Connor has a difficult match up against Ohio State, but could throw a couple of touchdowns and reach value. Cook seems to save his best games for the biggest games and this certainly qualifies.
1. RB Michael Dyer, Louisville vs. Boston College ($5200)
Dyer ran for 134 yards and three scores against Florida State last week. He is running like the Michael Dyer of old and could tear through the BC defense this week. Put Mr. Dyer in your lineups.
2. RB Jhurell Pressley, New Mexico vs. Boise State ($4900)
Pressley has scored five rushing touchdowns in the last two games and comes in at a solid price this week. He could add to his touchdown total this week and prove to be an excellent punt option.
3. RB Matt Jones ($4800) and Kelvin Taylor ($4600), Florida vs. Vanderbilt
Jones and Taylor went ballistic last week against Georgia with a combined 389 rushing yards and four touchdowns. They both received 25 carries and both look like great plays against a weak Commodores defense.
1. WR Curry Sexton, Kansas State vs. TCU ($5100)
DFS owners may be shocked to learn that Sexton and Tyler Lockett have the same number of receptions on the season (49). He could have a very nice game in what could be a high scoring affair with TCU. Sexton looks like a nice punt option in this BIG 12 showdown.
2. WR Jordan Payton, UCLA vs. Washington ($4800)
Payton’s price makes absolutely no sense this week. He averages 20.3 DK fantasy points on the season and will be facing the 109th ranked pass defense of Washington. He could easily blow out his price this week.
3. WR Tyler Winston, San Jose State vs. Fresno State ($5200)
Winston is the Spartans top receiving target and could blow right past Fresno State this week. The Bulldogs ranked 101st in pass defense and are very susceptible to big plays.
1. TE Steven Scheu, Vanderbilt vs. Florida ($3300)
Scheu has scored double-digit fantasy points in the last two games.
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