I try to open these articles with something comical or at least sarcastic to really establish myself. Yet, I have Saquon Barkley in almost every league I’m in, and I’m just going to try and enjoy my NFL DFS during Week 4.
Daniel Jones, vs. WAS
DraftKings: $5,300|Fanduel: $7,300
Daniel Jones is not going to do what he did last week, but against a Washington defense that ranks 28th against the pass and with the pitiful defense the Giants have, I would expect the Giants to play catch-up through the air. At this price, Jones is a must-start this week.
Josh Jacobs, at IND
DraftKings: $5,100|Fanduel: $6,000
Reigning Defensive Rookie of the Year Darius Leonard is out. Malik Hooker is out. Jabaal Sheard is questionable. Then, you add on the fact that with these key players healthy, the Colts allowed on average 114 rushing yards per game thus far. It’s easy to see why I’m saying Jacobs is a great DFS bargain this week.
Leonard Fournette, at DEN
DraftKings: $6,000|Fanduel: $6,400
Pretty expensive bargain here. Here’s the thing with the Denver, they can’t stop the run. Through three games, the Broncos defense has allowed 328 rushing yards and five touchdowns. With Fournette having a mostly disappointing season thus far, we have yet to see one of his 25+ carries game where he breaks for two touchdowns… I really believe this is the game. The stars all seem to be aligning for Fournette to reintroduce him to the fantasy community.
Phillip Dorsett, at BUF
DraftKings: $4,700|Fanduel: $5,900
Julian Edelman is questionable and Tom Brady is at QB. Dorsett is averaging 17 FPPG in PPR format and I don’t see him letting up, even against a good defense like Buffalo. At this price, Dorsett is great for any lineup in need of a cheap WR or a budget FLEX.
Curtis Samuel, at HOU
DraftKings: $4,600|Fanduel: $5,800
I hate Cam Newton. There, I said it. I’m biased. The way he dresses is a combination of a grandmother’s home décor and a five-year-old playing dress-up. Do you know what Kyle Allen gave us fantasy players? Touchdowns! It was a beautiful sight to see my season sleeper, Curtis Samuel, finally get a touchdown reception. So, with a QB that can actually throw the ball, I can confidently tell you to take advantage of Samuel’s price while you can.
Will Dissly, at ARI
DraftKings: $3,600|Fanduel: $5,400
I could scream and shout about the stats, the match-up and the FPPG Dissly has been putting up, or I can say that Zach Brunner has already tackled the topic of Dissly at Arizona, and you can read that HERE.