SI Fantasy analyst Michael Fabiano runs every week through his favorite DraftKings assets in the NFL to help balance the expensive studs.
SI Fantasy analysts Ben Heisler and Michael Fabiano review their top values and low ownership options for Week 16 on DraftKings.
Every week, SI Fantasy analyst Michael Fabiano runs through his favorite DraftKings values in the NFL to help offset the expensive studs. Additionally, SI Fantasy analyst Ben Heisler discusses several low ownership plays with high upside to help leverage the field; along with his favorite low-ownership DFS "game stack" for the week.
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Since Week 12, Baker has thrown 11 touchdowns and scored 20+ fantasy points in three of them. Now he gets the Jets who have allowed 30 touchdown passes (tied for second most in the NFL) and have given up the third most fantasy points to the QB spot.
Even with plenty of Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt mixed in with the Browns run-heavy offense, don't be afraid to roster Mayfield in a dream matchup this week.
Henderson is expected to draw the start with Cam Akers out, and he makes for a nice, cheap play at $4,500 with a shot at bunch of volume and a terrific performance.
Hooper is coming off his best game of the season last week with a touchdown and over 15 fantasy points against the other New York team in the Giants. The Jets' defense has allowed the most fantasy points to tight ends all season long. Three different tight ends have scored 24+ fantasy points vs Gang Green this year, and Hooper could easily join the club.
Jalen Hurts has gotten all of the headlines for reviving the Philadelphia Eagles offense since taking over for Carson Wentz. But if you look even closer, it's revitalized Miles Sanders' role as well.
Up until last week, Cooper had been the go-to red zone target for the Cowboys. From Weeks 11-14, Cooper had four consecutive games with a touchdown catch with the streak stopping in Week 15. Now against the Eagles, he has a chance to break the slate.