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 7 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 CAR, CIN, NYJ, HOU, DAL and TEN are on their bye weeks and will be missing from the slate.
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Best DraftKings NFL DFS Stacks at QB-WR for Week 7
Josh Allen ($8,200) and Stefon Diggs ($8,900) vs. Patriots | NFL DFS Picks
Buffalo’s top duo of Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs is the most expensive stack on the DraftKings NFL DFS slate, and rightfully so. When things go wrong, Josh Allen only looks for Diggs, and as a result, he ranks third in receptions (49), targets (66) and receiving yards (620). Allen and Diggs have kind of owned the Patriots over the years, as well. Diggs has caught a touchdown in the last three games against the Patriots while Allen has thrown for nearly 800 yards and eight touchdowns in that span.
The Bills offense has had its hiccups at times but the strong chemistry between Allen and Diggs hasn’t gone anywhere –– if anything, it has enhanced even more this season. Diggs has gone for over 100 yards through the air in four straight games and will almost certainly do it again against a declining and injury-riddled New England defense. New England allows just 202.7 passing yards per game this season despite still losing nearly every game but one could argue players like Brian Hoyer/Jimmy Garoppolo, Derek Carr and Zach Wilson aren’t necessarily top competition and nowhere near Allen’s level.
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Lamar Jackson ($7,600) and Zay Flowers ($5,700) vs. Lions | NFL DFS Picks
Although the Ravens won last week, Lamar Jackson‘s production was rather muted, finishing with nearly 280 total yards, one touchdown and an interception. I’m not sure if he’s still adjusting to the new offensive scheme but he has yet to throw for over 237 yards this season. Still, why am I still talking about Jackson’s throwing upside when he’s averaging 54.5 rushing yards per game? He has one less rushing touchdown than passing touchdowns (5) but will likely need to air it out more often this week against the Lions.
While I’ve touched on Jackson’s throwing struggles, Zay Flowers has still cemented himself in this offensive game plan. He’s been targeted at least 10 times in 3-of-6 games this season and hasn’t produced a fantasy day lower than 8 DKFP once. The Boston College product found the endzone for the first time last week and has easily been the most dependable pass-catcher in the Ravens’ offense. Considering the Lions are the best rush defense in the league allowing just 64.7 yards per game, Jackson will have to throw the ball to win this game and Flowers will likely produce yet another double-digit fantasy day.
Jordan Love ($5,800) and Romeo Doubs ($4,900) vs. Broncos | NFL DFS Picks
For a value stack option on this DraftKings NFL DFS slate, rolling with both Jordan Love and Romeo Doubs against the Broncos could pay off big time. The reason I’m passing on Christian Watson ($5,600) is that he will likely be shadowed by Patrick Surtain Jr. all game, which will open up plenty of opportunities for other Packers’ pass-catchers to produce. While many could still be blinded by Denver’s defensive performance against Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs last week, let’s not forget how bad the defense was five weeks prior. Denver still ranks dead last in defensive DVOA (30.4%) by a considerable margin and has allowed the most fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks (129.1) this season.
The Green Bay Packers‘ offense has looked rough at times. Maybe the Week 6 bye will help them get back on track or maybe it will set them back even more. Love has posted at least 19 fantasy points per game aside from the Week 5 dud and Doubs has been a routine target. His target share took a hit in Week 5 (only four targets) once Watson was back to full usage but that was mainly because of Love’s inaccuracy issues. This is a great bounce-back spot for the whole Packers offense to put up some points.