When it comes to successful DraftKings NFL DFS picks, using the top QB-WR stacks on a given slate can be very beneficial for the potential success of your lineup. For example, every time your top quarterback completes a pass to his top wide receiver, and you stacked those two in your DFS lineup –– BOOM! You’re getting double the fantasy football value!
So, let’s dive into Week 13 of the NFL season and discuss which QB-WR stacks and DraftKings NFL DFS picks are worth rostering for this week’s Fantasy Football Millionaire DFS contest. Keep in mind that players from BAL, BUF, CHI, LV, MIN and NYG are on bye, leaving some big-name players off the slate.
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Best DraftKings NFL DFS Stacks at QB-WR for Week 13
Tua Tagovailoa ($7,800) and Tyreek Hill ($9,600) vs. Commanders | NFL DFS Picks
The no-brainer stack of the week goes to Tua Tagovailoa and Tyreek Hill. You know how it goes –– Miami’s offense is exciting and high-powered and is set to face a Washington defense that ranks 31st in defensive DVOA (15.6%) and allows the third-most passing yards per game (264.6). It is worth noting that Hill has been limited in practice all week with an ankle injury but he’ll almost certainly suit up and be able to take advantage of the Commanders’ secondary all game long.
Tagovailoa has posted fewer than 12 DKFP in three of his last five games and doesn’t offer any rushing ability so his ceiling is quite limited at this point in the season. Nonetheless, he has still targeted Hill at least 10 times in six straight games and if Hill is producing a ton of fantasy points, Tagovailoa is, too.
Russell Wilson ($5,700) and Courtland Sutton ($5,400) vs. Texans | NFL DFS Picks
Now, Russell Wilson‘s fantasy numbers don’t exactly jump off the page and wow me enough to automatically lock in him as a top stack but the Broncos have been playing very well and will need to do the same against C.J. Stroud and the Texans. Aside from two fumbles, Wilson hasn’t turned the ball over since Week 7 and has continued to build his rapport with Courtland Sutton, who has posted at least 10.9 DKFP in all but two games this season. Sutton has also hauled in a touchdown in eight of 11 games this season.
Houston has allowed the sixth-most passing yards per game (252.5) and has been quite solid against the run, allowing just 95.1 rushing yards per game, suggesting Denver may not be able to lean on the running game to get things moving. Wilson has attempted more than 30 passes just twice since Week 5 but I expect a good game here that will feature tons of big plays from both quarterbacks.
Kenny Pickett ($5,100) and George Pickens ($4,800) vs. Cardinals | NFL DFS Picks
We’re riding with the recent offensive coordinator firing juice with the Steelers and banking on both Kenny Pickett and George Pickens to build off a stronger offensive performance. I’m sure we’re all aware of how bad Pickett has been this season, surpassing double-digit fantasy points as a quarterback in just six games this season. Nonetheless, Pickett threw for over 275 yards last week and showed a willingness to push the ball downfield, which is where Pickens comes in.
Pickens started the season off strong with four double-digit fantasy point performances within the first six weeks of the season but has fallen off quite a bit since then. The good news, though? Arizona ranks 29th in defensive DVOA (14.8%) and has allowed the seventh-most total yards per game (358.5). This is as good as it gets for the Steelers’ offense to show a little something and I’m expecting Pickett’s best fantasy total of the season here.