NFL DFS First Look Pricing for Week 15 (Fantasy Football)
Another week and another chance to wipe the slate for DFS. On Tuesday, Betz and myself share some of these insights on the Fantasy Footballers DFS Podcast if you want further commentary on some of the salary standouts.
Every week the First Look article gives you a taste of the slate and some of the more intriguing salaries that DraftKings and FanDuel release. The goal is to identify early week cash game considerations as well as potential tournament plays before we piece together the stacking options.
Check back on Thursday where Matthew Betz and myself share our official DraftKings and FanDuel picks for cash and GPPs exclusively in the DFS Pass.
Here are the games for this week’s main slate:
Road Team 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 4:05 PM 4:25 PM
New York Giants
Washington Football Team
San Francisco 49ers
Los Angeles Rams
Week 15 gives us arguably the grossest slate of the year. With two Saturday games as well this week, we have to think outside the box this week in constructing our lineups. A low cash line seems inevitable.
Off the Main Slate: LAC, KC, LV, CLE, NE, IND, NO, TB, MIN, CHI
- Josh Allen ($8100) went nuclear against the Bucs displaying the type of game we dream of for DFS: 300+ yards passing, 100+ yards rushing and overtime to pad those stats. His ankle injury is somewhat concerning for his upside so not sure if I will add him into my cash picks. Plus, the BUF-CAR game has all the makings of a rough under.
- Dak Prescott ($6500) actually went down another $200. He’s still seeing volume averaging 42 pass attempts per game over the last month. Even on the road, he’s my favorite early cash QB on DK against the lowly Giants.
- It’s early in the week but Tua Tagovailoa ($5700) is our top projected points per dollar play on DK. Things definitely could change but this spot at home against the Jets is plush for fantasy production.
- The lowest you could think about entertaining in GPPs is Teddy Bridgewater ($5500) simply because the Bengals have been solid stopping the run recently. The Broncos’ passing game could be leaned on more heavily than you might realize.