Saturday, September 24

DraftKings Picks Week 16: NFL DFS Lineup Tips for Daily Fantasy Football GPP Tournaments

Not all is said and done for those who failed to make the postseason or are eliminated in their fantasy leagues all season. There’s always fantasy football every day, so there’s no better time than now to check out Week 16 DraftKings lineups. We’re featuring a low-priced QB with his best catcher, and some boom or bust plays. suitable for GPP tournaments. The savings they provide allow us to include a pair of high priced DFS studs that we are excited about this week.

Before we look at our picks, here are the most notable scoring rules for DraftKings contests: Full point PPR, Four-point pass TD, 3-point bonuses per 100 rushing yards, 100 receiving yards, Y 300 aerial yards.

WEEK 16 DFS LINEUP: FanDuel | Yahoo!

DraftKings picks week 16: NFL DFS lineup for GPP tournaments

Sunday Main Board, $ 50,000 Budget

QB Davis Mills, Texans vs. Chargers ($ 5,500). Mills didn’t deliver the performance we expected last week, but we’re going to roll the dice one more time. He has three games with more than 300 passing yards and surpassed 20 DraftKings points in each competition. Worth a second chance considering the salary

RB Austin Ekeler, Chargers @ Texans ($ 8,100). Ekeler’s status may need to be rechecked prior to Sunday’s competition, but he managed to get past the issue on Thursday night of Week 15 (16 touches, 18.2 DK points) even though his status was in doubt. The Texans have one of the most porous fast defenses in the league, and Ekeler will be in a good place to put on a dynamic performance.

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RB Rashaad Penny, Seahawks vs. Bears ($ 5,500). Penny had a disappointing performance against the Rams, converting 13 touches in 50 yards, but a smoother sled could be ahead. Not only are the Seahawks favored by a touchdown, but the Bears have been vulnerable on the ground. Look for Penny to find more production this weekend than Tuesday.

WR Brandin Cooks, Texans vs. Chargers ($ 6,300). The Cooks suffered a little slip for a few weeks, but has seen 21 goals in the last two games. If his relationship with Mills is growing, as the past two weeks suggest, he should see another goal of over 10. Two more touchdowns may not be on the cards, but we like the chances of another solid performance.

WR Antonio Brown, Buccaneers @ Panthers ($ 4,900). Brown certainly has some rust to remove after such a long break, but it will likely serve as Tom Brady’s (alongside Rob Gronkowski) main target on Sunday with Chris Godwin and Mike Evans (not to mention Leonard Fournette) at the shelf. The risk is worth the potential reward, especially with his modest salary.

WR KJ Osborn, Vikings vs. Rams ($ 4,800). Osborn disappointed his sponsors with a lackluster 5.1 DK performance against the Bears on Monday night, but Adam Thielen should remain on the sidelines with a sprained ankle. The Rams will likely deploy Jalen Ramsey to slow down Justin Jefferson for much of the contest, potentially leaving Osborn to handle another healthy target load like he did in weeks 13-14.

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

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TE Mark Andrews, Ravens @ Bengals ($ 7,000). With George Kittle playing Thursday and Travis Kelce’s status in doubt for Sunday, Andrews is the first choice on paper. Not only have the Bengals been friendlies against opposing tight ends, but Andrews has 21 goals, three touchdowns and a pair of 30-plus DraftKing-point performances in his last two games. It doesn’t matter if Lamar Jackson or Tyler Huntley are at the center, Andrews will be a prominent target.

FLEX (RB) Ronald Jones II, Buccaneers @ Panthers ($ 5,100). We will go against our grain and include two Bucs in the same lineup. But with Fournette also willing to waste time, Jones will take on the lead backfield role. We have seen that he is capable of great plays and performances, but now he will have the touches to make another.

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

DEF Falcons vs. Lions ($ 2,600). With all due respect to the Lions, there are a couple of reasons we’re messing with them, aside from the fact that they have two wins on the season. For starters, they will be without Jared Goff. Before deciding which of the “addition by subtraction” jokes you like best, recall Tim Boyle’s performance in Week 11 (we’ll let you look it up).

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