NFL Week 11 DFS: DraftKings’ Top Stacks

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NFL Week 11 DFS- DraftKings' Top Stacks

Week 11 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:

Dallas Cowboys at Kansas City Chiefs: QB Dak Prescott ($7,200), WR Cee Dee Lamb ($7,600), WRs Michael Gallup ($4,200) and Cedric Wilson ($3,200); bringbacks WR Tyreek Hill ($8,200) and RB Darrell Williams ($5,400):

I loved this spot for stacking even before news broke Friday that Amari Cooper is out because of Covid. That just brings value plays like Gallup and Wilson into the mix and makes the stack and bringback all the more affordable. If you have the salary to spend (and there are enough value RBs to make it work) I would prefer using Hill as the bring-back. But I also think Williams is a solid play. Neither of these defenses is scaring anybody (besides Atlanta), so points and yards should be free-flowing here.


Minnesota Vikings vs. Green Bay Packers: QB Kirk Cousins ($6,100), WR Justin Jefferson ($8,100), TE Tyler Conklin ($3,900); bring-backs WR Davante Adams ($8,400), RB A.J. Dillon ($6,200):

In his career, Cousins has a 16-5 TD/INT ratio in eight games against the Packers. The numbers haven’t been quite as good the past two seasons, but the track record is there and with the weapons on offense, this is not a Seattle situation. Dillon is going to be popular, but the Vikings stack won’t be, so he fits nicely as the bring-back in a spot where he will dominate touches.


San Francisco 49ers at Jacksonville Jaguars: RB Jeff Wilson ($5,100), SF Defense ($3,700):

This makes for a nice secondary stack with either of the ones listed above. Elijah Mitchell is doubtful for Sunday’s game, which would make Wilson the main ball-carrier in an offense that has discovered the value of running the ball to win. Look at what Jonathan Taylor did to the Jags last week. Not pretty. Also not pretty: The Jacksonville offense. The price on the 49ers defense is low enough to make the main high-priced stacks work.

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