Stacking the Deck: FanDuel & DraftKings Stacks for Week 11
Here at 4for4, we continue to supply 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.
When following up a low-scoring week it is important to stick to your process. Much of the chalk from Week 10 did not score well with the exception of Kirk Cousins and Jordan Reed (a stack included in this column). You can’t get frustrated with a week like this; the best thing about DFS is the opportunity to rebound from a bad week comes quickly. There are a few situations I love this week in tournaments on both DraftKings and FanDuel. Below are my top stacks for Week 11.
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Two Man Stacks
Matthew Stafford ($5400 DK / $7000 FD) & Calvin Johnson ($7200 DK / $8100 FD) vs. OAK
The Oakland Raiders have given up multiple touchdowns and at least 265 yards to every quarterback not named Peyton Manning and Teddy Bridgewater this season. Whereas Bridgewater was able to lean on the running game last week (he had just 22 pass attempts), Matthew Stafford will not have that luxury, as the run game in Detroit has struggled mightily. Stafford has looked more comfortable since the Lions bye week and I love this matchup against the Raiders, who rank 27th in QB aFPA. The chalk play this week will be to pair Stafford with low-priced Eric Ebron, but even hobbled a bit by a sore ankle, this sets up to be a huge Megatron week. The Raiders’ secondary is clearly overmatched. Johnson had nine targets against the Packers last week and led the team in receiving but did not get into the end zone, an area he may frequent this Sunday.