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DraftKings Picks Week 6: NFL DFS Lineup Tips for Daily Fantasy Football GPP Tournaments

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Week 6 not only comes on the heels of another series of brutal injuries, it also marks the beginning of the bye weeks (Falcons, Saints, Jets, 49ers). As if that doesn’t make our assignment challenging enough this week, there’s another game in London to knock two more teams (Jaguars and Dolphins) off the DFS main roster. As such, there are fewer potential picks in the player pool for our Week 6 DraftKings tournament lineup, but we’re betting on some recovery receivers and high-volume running backs.

Before we get into our lineup, here are the most notable scoring rules for DraftKings contests: Full point PPR, Four-point pass TD, three point bonuses per 100 rushing yards, 100 receiving yards, and 300 passing yards.

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DraftKings Picks Week 6: NFL DFS lineup for GPP tournaments

Sunday Main Board, $ 50,000 Budget

QB Sam Darnold, Panthers vs. Vikings ($ 6,100). We know that no one wants to start Darnold in any lineup, especially after last week’s clunker, but we’ve seen him flirt past the 30-point plateau at DraftKings. The alleged return of Christian McCaffrey will help Darnold, and the entire offense, get back on track against the visiting Vikings.

RB D’Andre Swift, Lions vs. Bengals ($ 6,300). Fingers crossed that Swift’s yo-yo act ends this week and he continues to play at a high level. As Swift continues to share the burden with Jamaal Williams, he has been separated from his backfield partner thanks to 35 team-leading goals. In a showdown that appears to be within reach of the Lions, Swift must lean heavily once again.

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RB Darrell Henderson, Rams @ Giants ($ 6,000). We know Sean McVay wants to play it safe somehow with the injury-prone Henderson, but it looks like he’ll continue to get solid workloads as long as he’s healthy. He has averaged 17.5 touches / game and has received five or more targets in two of them.

WR Ja’Marr Chase, Bengals @ Lions ($ 6,700). The “Ja’Marr Chase Show” is just beginning. He has surpassed the team’s lead in goals (35) and sets the pace for the Bengals with five touchdowns. The Lions haven’t shown they have teeth on defense, perhaps setting Chase up for another monster outing.

Field marshal | Running backwards | Wide receiver | Tight end | D / ST | Kicker

WR Brandin Cooks, Texans @ Colts ($ 5,800). It’s no surprise Cooks fought the Bills and Patriots in consecutive weeks. The good news is that rookie quarterback Davis Mills showed signs of life in Week 5, suggesting he may be able to support the Cooks in the future. Cooks was racking up goals before the two-week sprint, and this could very well be the week he gets another 10 or more looks.

WR Allen Robinson, Bears vs. Packers ($ 5,300). It has been a nightmare start for those who invested in Robinson stock. He received 11 goals in Week 1 in what appeared to be an unsatisfactory performance by the Bears overall, but received just 18 goals in the next four games. The Bears started as four-point underdogs, so quarterback Justin Fields might have no choice but to get a good look at Robinson on Sunday. It’s also worth noting that Robinson will not have to compete with Pro Bowl cornerback Jaire Alexander, who is out with a shoulder injury.

Field marshal | Running backwards | Wide receiver | Tight end | D / ST | Kicker

TE Mark Andrews, Ravens vs. Chargers ($ 5,200). Andrews had everything going for him except for touchdowns heading into Monday night, and after staggering in a pair, it’s likely to be a popular play this week. So be it. He is the team’s co-leader in targeting (38), catching leader (29) and heading into what should be another competitive showdown that forces the Ravens to employ a balanced attack.

FLEX Josh Jacobs, Raiders @ Broncos ($ 5,900). The resignation of head coach Jon Gruden causes the Raiders, specifically their offense, to change. Nonetheless, we like Jacobs. His lack of efficiency to this point has been frustrating, but his five goals in consecutive weeks encourage him that he is on his way to becoming a bigger part of the passing game.

DEF Arizona Cardinals @ Browns ($ 2,700). The Cardinals are the fourth best defense in the league according to DVOA and have opponents limited to 19 points per game. More importantly, they’ve forced 10 turnovers (tied for third) and done a decent job catching quarterbacks (12 sacks).

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