Stacking the Deck: FanDuel & DraftKings Stacks for Week 13
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As an undrafted, professional athlete myself (just in a different sport), I’ve always had a soft spot for players that work their way into an opportunity. My dynasty rosters are filled with the Thomas Rawls, Zach Zenners, and Arian Fosters of the world. For better or for worst, these are the players that I enjoy rooting for. I think that is why I enjoy GPPs so much in DFS. There is nothing better than playing a contrarian player or stack that you really like and seeing it go off at less than 5% ownership. That for me is a much more rewarding experience than watching my cash lineups each week. These are my top GPP stacks of Week 13, always remember to sprinkle in a silver bullet once in awhile in your tournament lineups. It could pay off big.
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Two Man Stacks
Ryan Fitzpatrick ($7500 FD / $5200 DK) & Eric Decker ($7200 FD / $6300 DK) @ NYG
We finally saw he ceiling for Ryan Fitzpatrick last week as he threw four touchdowns against the Dolphins. The great thing about the Jets offense this year is that is has been extremely predictable. Fitzpatrick has shown that he can support two viable fantasy assets and clearly is funneling the majority of his targets to Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker. This week, the Jets will face the New York Giants, a team that most people don’t realize is actually statistically worse against the pass than the New Orleans Saints. The Giants are giving up 25 more yards per game than the Saints through the air, dead last in the NFL. The Giants will likely focus their attention on Brandon Marshall after his big game last week, which will leave corner Trevin Wade on Decker in the slot. He is the Giants' weakest corner and Decker has shown a floor of at least a touchdown, scoring in eight of his last ten games. Two-touchdown upside is real and not only is his price better than Marshall’s, so is his matchup.