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 right into Week 4 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 contest.
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Best DraftKings NFL DFS Stacks at QB-WR for Week 4
Josh Allen ($8,200) and Stefon Diggs ($8,100) vs. Dolphins | NFL DFS Picks
We’re going with an expensive DraftKings NFL DFS stack to start, and who better than Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs? Although Allen hasn’t been putting up his usual fantasy numbers, he’s still targeting Diggs nearly 11 times a game. Diggs has eclipsed 100 yards receiving twice already and hasn’t produced less than 13.6 fantasy points in three games. As expensive as the duo is, they’re likely going to be one of the most rostered stacks of the week, too, because of the expected shootout against the Dolphins.
This is going to be a great game. It’s an AFC East clash between two of the top AFC teams. Although this Dolphins team is much different from previous years, Allen owns an 8-2 career record against them and has thrown for over 2,600 yards and 27 touchdowns in that span. The Dolphins rank 21st in defensive DVOA (2.9%), too, so as much as their offense can light it up, their defense isn’t much to be scared of — especially with Allen’s track record against them. I’m fully expecting another 100-yard-plus performance from Diggs as a result.
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Justin Herbert ($7,800) and Keenan Allen ($7,900) vs. Raiders | NFL DFS Picks
This stack is becoming a no-brainer every week at this point, but following a very juicy matchup against the Vikings, the Chargers now have the Raiders up next — a defense that ranks 28th in defensive DVOA (19.0%) and 31st in pressure rate (14.2%) entering Week 4. Both Justin Herbert and Keenan Allen were cookin’ last week versus the Vikings, scoring 32.3 and 48.46 fantasy points, respectively, and should be able to build off of it and do it again against a poor Raiders team.
As much as I want to say the game script should benefit the Chargers because their offense should feast all day long on this Raiders’ defense, the Chargers tend to Charger. You know how the Raiders rank 28th in defensive DVOA? Yeah, the Chargers rank 29th (21.5%), and if Jimmy Garoppolo ($5,300; concussion) plays, I’d expect the Raiders to be able to put points on the board. If this does happen and Los Angeles keeps it close, it only benefits the Herbert-Allen stack even more.
Matthew Stafford ($5,700) and Puka Nacua ($6,200) vs. Colts | NFL DFS Picks
I’d prefer not to talk about the Rams’ inefficiency on third down last week against the Bengals and just move on to what should be a juicy matchup for both Matthew Stafford and Puka Nacua to exploit. Nacua came back down to Earth in Week 3, catching five balls for 72 yards and only seeing single-digit targets (7). Stafford has been average when it comes to fantasy — averaging just 16.6 fantasy points per game — but he played two divisional opponents back-to-back then a stingy but underperforming Bengals defense.
I’m expecting this to be a week where the Rams’ offense bounces back and produces viable fantasy numbers. The Colts are coming off a big upset win over the Ravens and already rank 13th in defensive DVOA (-5.1%). However, they rank last in man coverage rate — something that will benefit Nacua immensely, making him a great DraftKings NFL DFS pick. I’m not banking on another 20-target game for Nacua, but his share will certainly reach double-digits this time around as he finds the gaps in zone coverage. Plus, the Colts could keep the game script somewhat even.