Week 13 of the NFL season. Draftkings low cost wide receiver options for GPP tournaments. Daily Fantasy Sports @FFPmoonman
Week 13: Draftkings Wide Receivers under $4000
Curtis Samuel $3900 – Whether its running, receiving or special teams. Samuel is in the gameplan. With D.J. Moore finally over 5k. Samuel is a good pivot on an offense that produces points and a team that will rebound in week 13.
John Ross $3900 – One big play Dart Throw who gets redzone targets.
Kenny Stills $3800 – Back in August, I forecasted 100+ targets for Stills. Injuries and a lackluster offense have my forecast incorrect and Stills venting his frustrations. When a coach announces a player will get targets/touches, he usually does. The same cannot be said when a player vents to the media. It takes time for the offense to change things up. At least on bad teams like Miami. Still, Stills is a risky dart throw against a solid Buffalo defense that may put up 20+ points.
Dontrelle Inman $3800 – Chester Rogers is unlikely to play and Doyle is on IR. Inman gets looks in this 3 passing touchdowns per game team.
Chris Conley $3800 – Fantasy Football Friends got a glimpse of what Conley can do in week 11. With Watkins Ruled OUT. Lets double down in week 13.
Dante Pettis $3800 – Has balled out when on the field. No Garcon and Goodwin this week. Seattle is beatable yet has played better as they make a playoff push. I wouldn’t be over the field in ownership.
Zay Jones $3600 – Talented yet Josh Allen gives no love. Jones has the route running abilities to beat this Miami defense. Jones is on the field the most of any wide receiver.
Marcell Ateman $3600 – Looked good in the preseason and should get garbage time targets. Which will be a whole second half of garbage time.
Kendrick Bourne $3600 – Redzone usage.
Bruce Ellington $3500 – Lions signed him with all their injuries. He has started and played in the slot. The Lions should be trailing which increases Ellingtons value. He should return 3x value with a low ceiling. However, one touchdown makes him deadly in your lineups.
Robbie Anderson $3500 – Say what? Titans get beat deep on the outside. Viable play.
Chris Hogan $3500 – Who? If I were the Vikings. Stop Gronk, watch Eldeman on third downs and shadow Gordon. TBH, Gordon has stunk this year. A broken finger likely attributed to this but when watching him. He doesn’t get separation, drops balls, is still off kilter with Brady and has mid range cost. Hogan is a sneaky low owned 20+ point dart throw.
Torrey Smith $3400 – One Play Dart Throw.
Robert Foster $3300 – The Bills big play player.
Taywan Taylor $3300 – Finally healthy and ready to man the slot. The Jets stink in general and are worse in the slot.
Cordarrelle Patterson $3300 – “C.P. Swiss” is getting snaps.
Isaiah McKenzie $3200 – Who? As the Bills rotate players wkly. McKenzie offers receiving and running abilities.
Josh Bellamy $3000 – Again the Bears spread the ball around. Bellamy has received snaps all year.
DaeSean Hamilton $3000 – Along with Sutton. These two are the future in Denver or at least thats how they envision it.
Demarcus Robinson $3000 – Sammy Watkins out and Kareem Hunt released. Pivot to Conley.
Keelan Cole $3000 – Yep, Keelan is only 3k! He is the third receiver on a team in shambles. However, he does make a wild play. As the field will rightfully go with Carlos Hyde at 3k or pay up for Yeldon.
Breshad Perriman $3000 – Breshad is playing well with his snaps. If the Browns pass block well enough. Perriman may benefit.
Trent Shefield $3000 – Christian Kirk and Larry Fitzgerald are the options at receiver in Arizona. Trent has supplanted J.J. Nelson as the third option in a porous offense.
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