Here are five player props that stand out to me on DK Sportsbook for the Week 11 NFL card.

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PLAYER TO SCORE AND TEAM TO WIN

DALVIN COOK (-162)

The Vikings are massive double-digit favorites in this one, bouncing between -450 and -500 on the moneyline. It would be one of the bigger upsets of the season if they dropped this one at home to Brandon Allen and the Broncos. Cook’s score 10 touchdowns in 10 games this season, scoring in eight of the 10 games overall. The game script sets up well for him to find the end zone in this one.


PLAYER TO SCORE AND TEAM TO WIN

TEVIN COLEMAN (-106)

Coleman’s a similar situation to Cook, but just hasn’t shown the same dominance this season. But if you take this game by itself, it looks like a game we should see the 49ers get a lead and run the ball with Coleman. San Francisco is a nine-point favorite, sitting at -435 on the moneyline. Matt Breida is going to be ruled out with an ankle injury, allowing Coleman to see most of the work. He’s been the goal-line back this season, scoring six total touchdowns when healthy.


JOSH JACOBS: 20.5 RUSHING ATTEMPTS

OVER (-112)

Oakland hasn’t been shy with its use of the rookie first-rounder this season, giving him over 20 carries on four occasions. Three of those games have been in the last five games, and the spot here sets up as another home RB favored by double digits. The Raiders are the biggest favorite on the card (11.5 points), and the Bengals have one of the worst rush defenses in football. The over 94.5 rushing yards is in consideration, but I’m more confident in the touches.


D.J. MOORE: 5.5 RECEPTIONS

OVER (-118)

Moore’s been targeted at least eight times in each of his last five games, catching at least five passes in each one. He’s topped the 5.5 number in four of those outings. Moore’s gotten into even more of a groove over the last two weeks, bringing in 16-of-21 targets in total. This matchup against Atlanta presents a fantastic spot for Moore to continue seeing that type of volume.


JULIAN EDELMAN: 6.5 RECEPTIONS

OVER (+107)

Edelman’s had at least seven receptions in five consecutive games, averaging 8.4 per game during that span on 11.6 targets. The Patriots have been slacking in the run game, and the matchup against the Eagles should mean more troubles in that area. But going after Philly’s secondary has been the key to attacking that defense, which is exactly what Tom Brady will do. Expect Brady to lock in on his favorite target in this one.


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