Wednesday, June 29

DraftKings Picks Week 13: NFL DFS Lineup Tips for Daily Fantasy Football GPP Tournaments

The NFL season enters Week 13, leaving a third of the regular season action yet to come. Last week he delivered another string of injuries to big names, but we’re not going to jump on many of the alleged DFS chalk plays. We don’t always do our best to force a stack into our lineups, but we’re going to pair Kyler Murray with rookie catcher Rondale Moore for our Week 13 DraftKings tournament lineup. Pairing a stud quarterback with a rise or fall WR can prove fruitful in GPP tournaments.

Before we break down our picks, here are the most notable scoring rules for DraftKings contests: Full point PPR, Four-point pass TD, three point bonuses per 100 rushing yards, 100 receiving yards, and 300 aerial yards.

DraftKings Picks Week 13: NFL DFS lineup for GPP tournaments

Sunday Main Board, $ 50,000 Budget

QB Kyler Murray, Cardinals @ Bears ($ 7,500). Murray (ankle) came close to playing in Week 11, but with goodbye looming, the Cardinals decided not to push. Even including Murray’s Week 8 failure in which he injured his ankle, he only failed to reach 20.0 DraftKings points in two contests. Presumably 100 percent healthy, or as close to 100 percent as one can be at this point, Murray will be eager to start a new streak of worthwhile performances.

RB James Robinson, Jaguars @ Rams ($ 6,200). Robinson just made 20 touches, his first time reaching that mark since Week 6. It appears the bruised heel that forced him to miss a game is behind him. The Rams are big favorites at home, but Robinson’s role on the ground and in the air makes him a high-volume pick that may go unnoticed this week.

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WEEK 13 DFS LINEUP: FanDuel | Yahoo!

RB Antonio Gibson, Washington @ Raiders ($ 5,700). Gibson continues to devour volume – his 36 hits on Monday night were easily a personal best. The hope Sunday is that Gibson won’t give up multiple scores to JD McKissic / Jaret Patterson, but it’s reasonable to expect his touchdowns to come now that he’s getting so many touches.

WR Brandon Aiyuk, 49ers @ Seahawks ($ 5,600). The 49ers will be without Deebo Samuel (groin) for 1-2 weeks, which means they will be without their primary goal in passing (92) and second-busiest in terms of touches (81). That workload will trickle down to the rest of the offense, including Aiyuk. The sophomore catcher has played better of late, scoring double-digit DK points in four of his last five games, and he thinks he’ll be heavily involved on Sunday.

WR Odell Beckham Jr., Rams vs. Jaguars ($ 5,500). The Rams had more success incorporating Beckham into their offense coming off his break. Beckham drew 10 targets and finished with a 5-81-1 line, good for 19.1 DK points, his best start of the season. With a reintroduction into the type of production that he is capable of offering, it is an attractive work with his modest salary.

WR Darnell Mooney, Bears vs. Cardinals ($ 5,600). Mooney has scored 20.0 or more DK points in three straight games, including consecutive performances of five receptions and 120 yards. Regardless of who is in the center of the Bears on Sunday, and with or without Allen Robinson (hamstring), we like that Mooney dominates the targets and is in position to produce another strong fantasy performance.

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Field marshal | Running backwards | Wide receiver | Tight end | D / ST | Kicker

TE Mark Andrews, Ravens @ Steelers ($ 6,000). Andrews has won 10 goals in three of his last four games and has scored at least 15.3 DK points in three consecutive games. The tight end position is a cheat minefield, so we’re happy to pay for one of the few reliable options available to us this week.

FLEX Rondale Moore, Cardinals @ Bears ($ 4,700). Moore’s efficiency in Week 11 may not have been anything to write home about (4.64 yards per reception), but we had to take note that he caught all 11 goals. Moore is a solid bet to see more participation coming out of the bye, and we can often count on him participating both on the ground and through the air.

Field marshal | Running backwards | Wide receiver | Tight end | D / ST | Kicker

DEF Giants @ Dolphins ($ 2,700). The Giants haven’t played bad lately, at least on the defensive end of the ball. They held the Chiefs to 20 points and have scored 13.0 or more DK points three times since Week 7. The Dolphins have won four in a row and are playing better overall, but we’re not ready to be scared of them just yet.

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