NFL Week 10 DFS: DraftKings’ Top Stacks

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NFL Week 10 DFS: DraftKings' Top Stacks

Week 10 of the NFL season is upon us and with it the DraftKings Millionaire contest. This $20 slate has a prize pool of $3.5 million, with a cool million going to the winner. And, as always, you can expect the winning lineup to have some form of a stack. Let’s take a look at the best stacking options on the slate:

Atlanta Falcons at Dallas Cowboys: QB Matt Ryan ($6,000), RB Cordarrelle Patterson ($6,600), WR Russell Gage ($5,000), TE Kyle Pitts ($5,800):

Given a full week to prepare for life without Calvin Ridley, and facing a Saints defense that had been solid heading into Week 9, Ryan and the Falcons offense shredded, with Ryan putting up his best DK performance of the season (31.52 points). With Ridley out, the offense has coalesced around Patterson, Gage, and Pitts. The Cowboys offer light resistance on defense, as evidenced by the Broncos’ big showing last week. Pairing Ryan with two of these options, then bringing back someone like Amari Cooper, is a solid strategy.


Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Detroit Lions: QB Ben Roethlisberger ($5,600), RB Najee Harris ($7,900), TE Pat

Freiermuth ($3,900):

This was a Showdown-breaking stack on Monday night and it should work just as well on a regular slate against the toothless Lions defense. Big Ben always performs well at home, Harris is off the injury report against the second-worst fantasy run defense in the league and Freiermuth is channeling his inner Heath Miller to become the latest Big Ben big-play tight end.


Seattle Seahawks at Green Bay Packers: QB Russell Wilson ($6,700), WR DK Metcalf ($6,800), WR Tyler Lockett ($6,500):

They’re finally putting the band back together in Seattle. This is going to be a low-owned stack, as players will be hesitant to pull the trigger on Wilson site unseen for several weeks. But if he’s active, it’s because he’s ready, and this is still one of the best-receiving duos in the business. Take advantage of the hesitancy to get ahead of the field.

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