Primetime DFS Slate Breakdown: Week 15
Our Week 15 primetime slate brings us two excellent games to target and plenty of stacking options. Both games have totals which currently sit at 53.5 points and there are a lot of places to leverage the field and cheap options for salary relief. Let's get into it!
The Rams are coming off an absolutely atrocious outing against the Bears last week and will be looking to get right at home. Jared Goff ($8,200 FD/$6,400 DK) somehow managed to put up negative points last week, but will have a much easier outing against the Eagles who rank 20th in schedule-adjusted fantasy points allowed (aFPA) to quarterbacks. Goff is also a huge 9-point home favorite and carries a massive 32.5 point implied team total. Brandin Cooks ($7,900 FD/$6,700 DK) and Robert Woods ($7,800 FD/$6,900 DK) continue to lead the way in targets, each having roughly a 23.5 percent market share of their team’s targets. Cooks is the Air Yards Darling with a 36 percent market share of air yards, but Woods is not far being with 32 percent. The Eagles have also allowed the third-most completions of 20+ yards which bodes extremely well for both wideouts, but primarily Brandin Cooks. Josh Reynolds ($5,300 FD/$4,500 DK) is playing a healthy amount of snaps over his past four games but only has 88 routes run in that time span. Tyler Higbee ($4,200 FD/$2,700 DK) and Gerald Everett ($4,800 FD/$3,000 DK) should be considered as nothing more than salary relief in large-field showdown tournaments.
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