For Week 11, it’s never a better time to integrate specific WR/CB matchups into your DFS process. While this is only a piece of the puzzle, this tool allows you to better value ceiling-type plays for elite WRs and who can run circles around their opponent.
I’ve broken up this year’s WR/CB article into a couple of categories: Alpha WRs, Slot Mavens, Discount Target Specials, and Full-On Fades. The goal is to go from the top-tier stars to move down to bargain WRs with excellent matchups. As always, make sure you use the tools found in the DFS Pass such as the Value Comparison and Buzz Report to discern which WR would be best in cash and tournament lineup builds.
It’s time for Michael Thomas to get back on track this week and I’m planting a flag in the ground. On both sites, we could expect him to show up on even fewer rosters with the recent news Taysom Hill could be starting. He’s still a tournament play for me. There is some concern if it’s Jameis Winston but this guy is just too good of a wide receiver and his history against the Atlanta Falcons puts me over the top. In eight career games (half a season), MT is averaging ten targets, eight receptions, and 97 yards per game. Kendall Sheffield is allowing the most fantasy points per target and the most yards per route covered on the slate. THE MOST. I’m taking the Hill news as a chance to let everyone else run away from an obviously great matchup.
As the Titans team bus cruised from the Indy airport to the team hotel, Afroman’s Gr…