Stacking the Deck: FanDuel & DraftKings Stacks for Week 6
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One of the great things about DFS is even after a rough week you can come back the following week with a fresh new sense of hope and anticipation. Maybe you rostered Jamaal Charles last week and he tore his ACL. Maybe you chased the tight end matchup against Oakland and ended up with a goose egg from Owen Daniels. If your reading this you are undoubtedly doing the right kind of research each week -- we have a very informed demographic here at 4for4. It is important to not get discouraged. Stick to your process. Take the good with the bad, and you'll survive a bad week here and there.
With that being said, this week there are a ton of situations I like this week in regards to stacking, which is a great way to increase positive correlation in your lineup as well as heighten your lineup's ceiling and uniqueness. Following are my top stacks for Week 6 on DraftKings and FanDuel.
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Andy Dalton ($5700 DK / $7600 FD) & Tyler Eifert ($4900 DK / $6000 FD) @BUF
After an emotional comeback win against the Seahawks, Dalton continues to impress for a 5-0 Bengals team. The weapons he has at his disposal have put him in the every-week QB1 discussion, and I expect him have success against the Bills in Week 6. Buffalo is ranked 24th in the NFL in passing yards allowed but has been stout against the run, so look for Dalton to air it out early and often. When he does, he will likerly looki to his favorite big target, Eifert, especially in the red zone. The two got back on track last week, connecting on eight of ten targets for two touchdowns after Eifert was only able to accumulate seven targets in Week 3 and 4 combined. Both Dalton's and Eifert's salaries have not quite caught up to the upside this offense provides on a weekly basis, and they should be considered a high-ceiling option in Week 6.