FanDuel.com NFL DFS Week 13 Stack Picks & Lineup Plays
Week 13 of NFL DFS here, and everyone is looking to cash in on the big daily fantasy football money at FanDuel. Every week, we’ll bring you our top DFS NFL picks for each position and recommend them as Cash Game and/or GPP plays. Keep up with all things PlayPicks, by follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook.
As with any daily fantasy sport, the advice below is relevant for fantasy purposes. A player or team might perform better or worse from a fantasy perspective than in real life due to matchup, price, gameflow, and more. This is important when constructing a roster.
Best Week 13 NFL DFS Stacks on FanDuel
Philip Rivers/Keenan Allen vs. CLE ($8.0k and $8.1k) – Cash/GPP
This will be a very popular stack this weekend because of how the Chargers’ duo performed on Thanksgiving in Dallas, leading the slate with monstrous lines. Keenan Allen has come alive recently, catching 23-of-27 targets for 331 yards and three TDs over his last two appearances. Now, he faces a Browns team ranked dead last in DVOA pass defense against the opposition’s top target. Cleveland plays funnel defense by shutting down the run with big NT Danny Shelton plugging the middle, so Philip Rivers should air it out early and often at home.
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Carson Wentz/Alshon Jeffery @ SEA ($8.0k and $7.3k) – GPP
Alshon Jeffery has come on strong in the second half of the season, as he’s developed better chemistry with Carson Wentz. Jeffery has compiled 17 catches for 265 yards and five TDs over his last four appearances despite drawing some very tough matchups against the Broncos and Bears during that span. The Seahawks are very vulnerable in the secondary with Richard Sherman (Achilles) and Kam Chancellor (neck) done for the season. Wentz is more than capable of exploiting any holes with his deft pocket presence and strong arm.
Tom Brady/Rob Gronkowski/Rex Burkhead @ BUF ($9.2k, $8.1k and $5.9k) – GPP
Tom Brady remains a supreme Cash play despite his mysterious maintenance days in practices this week. However, his top targets are a bit too dicey to use in Cash. Rob Gronkowski is worth stacking with Brady in a couple of GPP lineups, but it’s also worth rolling out some of the Patriots’ receivers who will see less attention, namely, Rex Burkhead. He’s playing slot back and could create some mismatches against the Bills’ linebackers. Chris Hogan ($7.1k) could return this week to face his former team and jump right back into his role as a solid red-zone target.
Jameis Winston/Mike Evans @ GB ($7.3k and $7.5k) – GPP
One thing is certain with this stack: it won’t have a very high ownership rate given Jameis Winston’s struggles and tenuous health as he returns from a shoulder injury. But he should be good for a full four quarters of action after resting his ailment for several weeks and couldn’t ask for much of a better matchup than against Green Bay’s struggling secondary. The Packers now rank 30th in DVOA pass defense against the opposition’s top target and don’t match up well at all against a physical WR in Mike Evans.
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Melvin Gordon/Chargers D/ST vs. CLE ($7.9k and $5.3k) – Cash/GPP
The Browns are obviously a doormat and worth stacking against in a variety of ways. Despite their ability to hold rushers to low-efficiency lines, the Browns have given up seven rushing TDs through 11 games and the second-most PPG (26.3) in the NFL overall. That bodes well for Melvin Gordon and his recent volume. The Chargers D/ST has been fantastic of late with nine interceptions and three defensive TDs over their last two appearances. They shouldn’t have much trouble continuing a run of elite pass defense against DeShone Kizer and company.
Josh Lambo/Jaguars D/ST vs. IND ($4.6k, $5.3k) – GPP
The Colts’ defense has been hemorrhaging yardage, along with the most PPG (27.3) in the NFL, but have been better lately in terms of keeping offenses out of the end zone. Leonard Fournette might be a popular play in a bounce-back spot, but the Jags’ offense could wind up stalling in this home game, leading to more kicking opportunities for Josh Lambo. The Jaguars D/ST is clearly a great play with the most sacks (41) in the NFL and a secondary that’s recorded 14 picks while allowing just nine TD passes this year.