FanDuel Week 17 Cash Game Breakdown

FanDuel Week 17 Cash Game Breakdown

By Chris Raybon (Senior Daily Fantasy Expert), last updated Jan 3, 2016

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UPDATE: Tre Mason ($4,600 @ SF) will start for Todd Gurley and is viable in the RB2 slot. The leftover salary can be used to upgrade to Devonta Freeman ($8,800 vs. NO) at RB1.

The Redskins are the only playoff team likely to rest starters, and most playoff seeding is still up in the air, so Week 17 may not bring as many unexpected twists and turns as in years past. I've built cash game lineups according to normal process; I didn't avoid payers from the Atlanta-New Orleans game or the Giants-Philadelphia game even though neither has any playoff implications. Vegas has installed both games with over/unders above 50, meaning odds makers think it is unlikely for anything to be drastically different than a usual regular season game. If you prefer to take less risk and only use players from games with playoff implications, be sure to check out Josh Moore's article on who is motivated in Week 17. You can then head over to our Lineup Generator and eliminate the games of your choosing from the player pool.

Note: This writeup was done assuming Jonathan Stewart does not play. If Stewart does play, bump up at RB from Cameron Artis-Payne to Javorius Allen ($6,000) and bump down to a minimum-priced kicker; I prefer Greg Zuerlein.


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QB Eli Manning $7,500 vs. PHI

Manning will end 2015 with a matchup against an Eagles defense that ranks 31st in QB aFPA. Over their last six games, the Eagles have allowed 300 passing yards and 3.2 passing TDs per game. In Manning’s last six games with Odell Beckham Jr., he is averaging 296 passing yards and 2.5 passing TDs per game. New York's team total is over 27 and Manning has accounted for 89% of their offensive TDs this season.

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