Hot off another week of flowchart success in the Main Slate! Ryan Tannehill and Corey Davis helped lead us into the green during garbage time yesterday and there were plenty of options in the Studs column who worked out. Since DraftKings has another Milly Maker opportunity in the two-game slate tonight, I put together NFL DFS Flowchart Monday Night Football Week 13.
NFL DFS Flowchart Monday Night Football Week 13
In general, I really like the San Francisco and Buffalo game to be a bit of a shootout tonight, so I have no issue putting together an onslaught lineup targeting this game. Josh Allen will most likely be the chalkiest QB on the slate, which means that Nick Mullens finds himself in the perfect spot for GPPs. I think the San Francisco passing offense has a great matchup against the Bills and they are finally healthy for seemingly the first time all season. Deebo Samuel and Jordan Reed are the two guys that I want to lock in tonight, but I also really like Raheem Mostert tonight, and Brandon Aiyuk should also go pretty under owned after coming back from the COVID list. On the Bills side I love Stefon Diggs and he will be the highest owned receiver on the slate, but I really like the target share that Cole Beasley should have for the other side of the flowchart.
In the leverage column, I think JD McKissic could be in a GPP winning lineup if Washington falls behind early and needs to pass a lot. If that happens, then Terry McLaurin will also be in a smash spot today and he helps provide leverage because I don’t expect him to be within the Top 5 of wide receiver ownership. In the Studs column, I will likely be underweight on Antonio Gibson after he went off on Thanksgiving and then I will be trying to fit at least one Steelers receiver into every lineup I put together.
Remember, since this is a small slate and the pricing is really loose, there are a couple of typical GPP rules that you can break today with no real repercussion. Leaving salary on the table is perfectly fine, loading up in onslaught lineup constructions with 4 to 6 players from the same game can be an option, and using players against your defense should not be too detrimental to your chances.
That does it for my analysis for tonight’s two-game flowchart! Good luck and I hope to see some screenshots this weekend!
Week 1 – Optimal Lineup 157 DKPts, min cash in GPPs (top 20%)
Week 2 – Optimal Lineup 175.4 DKPts, 3X-4X cash in GPPs (top 4-5%)
Week 3 – Optimal Lineup 122.3 DKPts, no cash
Week 4 – Optimal Lineup 171.3 DKPts, 2X cash in GPPs (top 7-10%)
Week 5 – Optimal Lineup 178.92, 3X cash in GPPs (top 3-4%)
Week 6 – Optimal Lineup 180.2, 2X-3X cash in GPPs (top 5-6%) (ALL LINEUPS CASHED)
Week 7 – Optimal Lineup 153.34, no cash
Week 8 – Optimal Lineup 140.12, no cash
Week 9 – Optimal Lineup 174.26, 3X-4X cash in GPPs (top 4-5%)
Week 10 – Optimal Lineup 178.92, 10X-15X cash in GPPs (TOP 1%)
Week 11 – Optimal Lineup 168.12, 2X-3X cash in GPPs (top 4-5%)
Thanksgiving – Optimal Lineup 187.42, 2X-3X cash in GPPs (top 5-7%)
Week 12 – Optimal Lineup 189.5, 3X-4X cash in GPPs (top 3-5%)
Week 13 – Optimal Lineup 194.16, 4X cash in GPPs (top 2-3%)