Good Low Budget Players: Daily Fantasy Week 11

Another week of NFL football in the books. If you’re reading this post, you were most likely a part of the degenerate gamblers who threw money down on daily fantasy football in week 10. Hopefully you won some sort of cash, but everyone who does daily wants to win the big bucks. Imagine winning that $100,000. I dream about it all the time. You have to be able to hit on those low budget guys to boom so you can get that dough. Here are some of those guys for week 11:

Cole Beasley WR, Dallas Cowboys- Cole Beasley isn’t the sexiest pick, but a matchup with the Atlanta Falcons will boost his stock. Atlanta is going to force Dallas to keep up with their potent offense and Beasley has the benefit of matching up with Falcons’ slot corner Brian Poole. We have seen the slot wide-out from Dallas have big games before and he has a lot of potential to blow up this week. (DK:$4,400 / FD: $5,300)

Corey Davis WR, Tennessee Titans- This guy has been the definition of boom-or-bust this season. He gets the targets, but has only been able to score over 25 points in two games as the number one Titan option. A healthy Marcus Mariota and a divisional battle against the porous Colts defense. The Davis break out may be ready to happen. (DK; $5,600 / FD: $6,200)

Kerryon Johnson RB, Detroit Lions- Johnson’s price isn’t the cheapest, but the value is 100% there. With Golden Tate gone and his role continuing to increase, Johnson should be priced towards the 7k range in my opinion. The Lions play Carolina this weekend and they may lean on Johnson especially if Marvin Jones can’t go because of the bone bruise in his knee. (DK: $5,800 / FD: $6,200)

-Jarrod Ribaudo (@Jribs53)

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