This week’s edition of Thursday Night Football offers a tasteful NFC West showdown between the Rams and the Seahawks. The game opens with an over / underline like 54.5, so this matchup is a DFS player’s dream, as it promises a lot of scoring. This gives us plenty of effective picks for the Fanduel single-game lineup.
Before we break down our lineup, here are the basic settings for the Fanduel single-game competition: The total points of the “MVP” are multiplied by 1.5, but it doesn’t cost any extra money like the “Captain” in the Draftkings showdown competition. The default scoring of the fundraiser Half-point PPR And Four-point passing TD, And there No. Bonus for 100/300-yard games like DraftKings.
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With a budget of $ 60,000, each team needs at least one player
MVP (1.5x points) WR Cooper Kupp, Rams ($ 14,000)
Coupe was forced to hit a speed bump at some point this season, and that’s what he faced on Sunday. On the bright side, Coop’s 13 goals marked a season-high, and he’s tied as Matthew Stafford’s go-to receiver.
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FLEX QB Matthew Stafford, Rams (16,000)
Stafford felt his first push in his new excavation, so one can imagine that he was grateful for the quick change. A trip to Lumen Field won’t be easy, but even Vegas Sportsbook has opened the game as a “pick”, so the expectation is for a bounce-back performance from Stafford and Rams. Russell Wilson fits into this build, as well, if you prefer the Seahawks signal-collar.
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Flex Arabic Darrell Henderson Jr., Rams (13,000)
Henderson managed 19 touchdowns on his return from a one-week absence (ribs) and made a respectable 14.1 Fandewell points. The short week is not ideal, but Henderson has been used on the ground and through the air. He will notice a Seahawks defense that has been under attack this season.
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FLEX WR Van Jefferson, Rams ($ 9,000)
This is an underrated start to the season for the second-year receiver as he has established himself as a reliable third target behind Coop and Robert Woods. He has delivered 15- and 18-point funduel performances and is coming out of six-target back-to-back games. He’s probably not going to see more volume than that, but he averages 12.6 yards per goal and 17.4 yards per catch, so he makes the most of his limited opportunities. Jefferson swings a home run, so if you’re more interested in a base hit in the middle, kicker Matt Gay (9,000) will see a healthy dose of action. RAM has averaged an average of 2.2 field goals per game (fifth most equal) while the C Hawks have allowed 2.5 field goal attempts per game (tied for the third time).
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FLEX WR Freddie Swain, Seahawks ($ 6,500)
We know which targets and targets will be commanded by Metcalfe and Tyler Locket, and Swine’s 12 targets are not worth a second look. However, the significance of being the third-most targeted pass-catcher should not be overlooked when the big game is hunted. Swine’s stats are likely to be brighter as Jalen Ramsay is probably interested in one of the top two receivers in each play.