Stacking the Deck: FanDuel & DraftKings Stacks for Week 10
Here at 4for4, we continue to supply DFS subscribers with Value Reports for individual players at each position, as well as the Stack Value Reports, which specifically valuate the best stacks of the week in terms of projected points per dollar. These tools are invaluable when constructing your tournament rosters.
My colleague Chris Raybon made some great points in this weeks FanDuel Hindsight article, noting that negative correlation -- especially with wide receivers and running backs -- is an overblown factor to consider when constructing tournament lineups. Though you should always try and improve your lineup with positively correlated situations to improve your ceiling, there are times where having a running back and wide receiver from the same team in your lineup can be a viable strategy. Keep that in mind when constructing your tournament lineups this week.
Now let's get into my top stacks for Week 10.
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Two Man Stacks
Blake Bortles ($7800 FD / $5600 DK) & Allen Robinson ($7500 FD / $6700 DK)
Blake Bortles is not shy throwing downfield this year. It is not a coincidence that both of his starting wide receivers have 600 receiving yards already this season. Last week against Darrelle Revis and the Jets, Allen Robinson went for a 6-121-0 stat line and could be in line for an even bigger game this week against the Ravens in Week 10 with Allen Hurns (foot) banged up. Bortles has also done a great job making plays with his feet as of late, avoiding pressure against the Jets while rushing for 32 yards. He has rushed for over 30 yards in three of his last five games. The Ravens defense is a favorable matchup that ranks 30th in WR aFPA and is a high-upside contrarian stack in Week 10 on both DraftKings and FanDuel.