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Week 11 Top DFS Stacks

By Jared Smola | Updated on Tue, 23 May 2023 . 1:27 PM EDT

Andy Dalton - Amari Cooper - Dalvin Cook - Adam Thielen

I like this game as a full on game stack possibility with both offenses having major advantages over the opposing defenses.

Dalton should have plenty of time to get the ball to his stud WRs. And Dalvin Cook and Adam Thielen should lead the Vikings offense to solid production against a weak Cowboys defense.

The Vikings defense has surrendered the 12th most fantasy points to opposing QBs, and Andy Dalton isn’t even priced as a QB20 on either site this week with stud WRs playing in a dome.

The Vikings have allowed the 4th most fantasy points to opposing WRs, which gives Amari Cooper a major boost as the Cowboys’ alpha WR.

Dalvin Cook has been a beast with an average of 27.5 touches for 170.7 yards per game and 10 total TDs in just his last 6 games alone.

The Cowboys rush defense is almost allowing 5 yards per carry, so Cook should have no problem getting the 100-yard bonus and finding pay dirt at least once as home favorites against the mediocre Cowboys.

Adam Thielen could be an option in this game stack as well. He has flashed upside with 4 games over 20+ DK points and 9 TDs on the season. Thielen has 65 targets on the year compared to 54 for rookie teammate Justin Jefferson.

Lamar Jackson - Marquise Brown - Derrick Henry

I think this will be a sneaky, low-owned stack that offers tremendous upside depending how the game plays out.

If the game stays close, I think Derrick Henry could have a field day going up against a Ravens defense missing their best run stuffers in DE Calais Campbell and NT Brandon Williams.

Henry will come in low-owned as the Titans are 7-point underdogs and there are plenty of other RB options in a similar price range in Dalvin Cook, Alvin Kamara, Aaron Jones and Nick Chubb.

Henry is always a threat for monster runs as he displayed his upside just a few weeks ago with a 212-yard, 2-TD game against the Texans.

I’ve been waiting all year for Lamar Jackson and Marquise Brown to connect on a couple deep balls. Maybe this is finally the week it happens going up against the Titans, who have given up the 3rd most fantasy production to WRs.

Jackson and the coaching staff have repeatedly told Brown that they want to get him more involved, so perhaps they will make him the focal point of the offense in an exploitable matchup.

Jackson is underpriced as well as he somehow has just 1 game over 30+ DK points after dominating all of 2019 in his MVP campaign.

He surpassed 500 all-purpose yards in this same matchup last season in playoffs. And if this game shoots out, this stack has the potential to do a lot of damage.

Justin Herbert - Keenan Allen

Herbert and the Chargers should be licking their chops going up against the defeated Jets this week. The Jets are missing several defensive backs and have allowed the NFL’s 3rd most points per game.

It’s a smash spot for both Herbert and Allen, who should each bounce back after a slow Week 10 against the Dolphins.

Herbert is a high-floor, high-ceiling QB this week with top 12 QB finishes in 6 straight starts. Now the Chargers are favored by 8.5 points with a 28+ team total.

Allen is the clear top stacking option with Herbert as his 85 targets leads the Chargers by a mile compared to just 51 for TE Hunter Henry and 35 for WR Mike Williams.

Herbert sits atop the Draft Sharks model in points per dollar at just $6,800 on DK and will be a focal point of my GPP lineups.

Antonio Gibson - Washington Defense

I like the correlation between Gibson and the Washington defense because a strong defensive outing will allow Gibson to dominate the backfield touches over pass-catching back J.D. McKissic.

Gibson is the far superior talent and has looked explosive when given the opportunity. The matchup is a good one as the Bengals rank 21st against the run and the Washington defensive line should be able to exploit the Bengals’ weak O-line.

Joe Burrow and the Bengals have been generous to opposing fantasy defenses, giving up the 7th most fantasy points.

With Gibson relatively cheap on both sites and the Washington defense in a good spot at home against a weak offensive line, I will be running this stack in a bunch of my GPP lineups on both DraftKings and FanDuel.

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Jared has been with Draft Sharks since 2007. He’s now Lead Analyst, heading up the preseason and weekly projections that fuel your Draft War Room and My Team tools. He currently ranks 1st among 133 analysts in draft rankings accuracy.
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