Struggling to put together a DFS lineup that will take down the tournament? No worries, we have you covered. Take a look at some plays that can help you come out victorious in the Sunday slate of the Divisional Round. Good luck to all and let’s go win some money.
Baker Mayfield (FD:$7.4K/DK:$5.2K) – The Browns shocked the league last week by beating the Steelers and putting together an outstanding team game. Mayfield is the man that has helped lead this team through a few games as well. Because the Chiefs tout an extremely high-powered offense, many believe that the Browns will not be able to keep up. I’m warning you not to look past this team and how they can put up points. Mayfield is the cheapest starting quarterback on the slate, which is a big help in DFS decision-making, and he will easily hit his value this weekend.
Nick Chubb (FD:$8.2K/DK:$6.5K) – The Browns’ plan of action will consist of running the ball all over the Chiefs defense. They will look to keep Mahomes off the field and Chubb is one of the best backs still standing in the playoffs. He will be able to put a total of 120-plus yards and a touchdown.
Demarcus Robinson (FD:$5.1K/DK:$3.6K) – The Chiefs will be without Sammy Watkins, so it’s a ‘next man up’ mentality on Sunday. Plenty of DFS players will be looking the way of Mecole Hardman in this one. But in these slates, you should be looking for the most reliable points. Robinson will see a volume of work that should lead to him posting a higher point total this weekend.
Travis Kelce (FD:$8.5K/DK:$7.7K) – Kelce is the best player on the slate. Need I say more? Do not get cute with this spot this weekend. Play Kelce and watch the points flood in.
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Alvin Kamara (FD:$9.0K/DK:$7.6K) – The Buccaneers’ rush defense was one of the best in the league during the regular season. However, they had a rough time stopping the Saints’ star running back in their head-to-head meetings. Kamara’s expected touch total is what makes him a must-own on this slate. Even with all eyes on him, Kamara should be able to find the end zone and total 130-plus yards.