NFL DFS Week 11: Top Stacks & Team You Should Play Sunday
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We are past the midway point of the 2021 season and we now have a ton of data points and ideas as to what teams and players are must-plays this year. Around this time of year is usually when the best football games come, and it can also be a very profitable time of year for daily fantasy (DFS) players and NFL betting fans.
So without further ado, let's get into our favorite stacks and plays for Week 11!
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Best Week 11 DFS Stacks
Cowboys QB Dak Prescott ($7,200) and WR Amari Cooper ($6,200)
Dak Prescott looked like himself in Week 10, scoring three touchdowns (one rushing) and totaling over 300 yards. All of that production basically happened in the first half as the Cowboys led 36-3 going into halftime. This week, he should have another big performance as they will travel to Kansas City to take on the Chiefs.
Consider stacking him with Amari Cooper, who has been relatively quiet over the last few weeks. Look for him to see double-digit targets in a very favorable matchup against the Chiefs.
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Seahawks QB Russell Wilson ($6,500) and WR Tyler Lockett ($6,000)
Russell Wilson returned to the field following his finger surgery and did not play well against the Packers. He completed only 50 percent of his passes and threw two interceptions in a game Seattle did not score. But this week, he will face the Arizona Cardinals and he has historically played well against them.
That is also true for Tyler Lockett, as he has totaled 267 yards and four touchdowns in his last two games against Arizona. With Wilson now having a game under his belt since the injury, look for him and the Seahawks to bounce back in a big way this week.
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Bears QB Justin Fields ($5,700) and WR Darnell Mooney ($5,200)
Don't look now, but it seems like Justin Fields has turned the corner in Chicago. He is coming off back-to-back solid games and has totaled 48.4 fantasy points in those two contests. This week, he'll face the Ravens, who have allowed 93 total points in the last three games.
Coming off the bye week, don't be surprised if Fields and the Bears have a strong game against the Ravens in Week 11.
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Best NFL Week 11 DFS Team For Sunday’s Games
|QB||Russell Wilson||Seahawks vs. Cardinals||$6,500|
|RB||Joe Mixon||Bengals vs. Raiders||$7,600|
|RB||A.J. Dillon||Packers vs. Vikings||$6,200|
|WR||Amari Cooper||Cowboys vs. Chiefs||$6,200|
|WR||Tyler Lockett||Seahawks vs. Cardinals||$6,000|
|WR||Elijah Moore||Jets vs. Dolphins||$4,900|
|TE||Dan Arnold||Jaguars vs. 49ers||$4,100|
|FLEX||Darrel Williams||Cowboys vs. Chiefs||$5,400|
|D/ST||Browns||Browns vs. Lions||$3,100|
Note: Based on a $50,000 salary cap for the week and for Sunday daytime contests
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Several elite running backs are available to play in the Sunday slate of games, including Christian McCaffrey, Jonathan Taylor, and Dalvin Cook. But one of our favorite plays is Joe Mixon, who will take on the Raiders. Mixon has totaled 104 receiving yards over the last two games for the Bengals and has scored four touchdowns. He is the clear-cut workhorse back in Cincinnati and the Raiders have been awful at stopping opposing running backs this season. So find a way to get Mixon in your lineups this week as he is a lock to total over 100 yards and get into the end zone at least once.
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If you are looking for a cheap tight end this week, consider Dan Arnold for the Jaguars. He was traded to Jacksonville after Week 4 and has now had four games with at least 60 receiving yards for the Jaguars. He's seen 25 targets with Jacksonville over the last three weeks and is quickly becoming one of Trevor Lawrence's favorite receivers. While the upside isn't super high here, he does provide a relatively safe floor and it's fair to assume that positive touchdown regression is coming considering he's failed to score a TD in any game this season.