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Top Week 11 NFL DFS Stacks for DraftKings + FanDuel Based on Awesemo’s Premium Top Stacks Tool




On the menu for Week 11 is a 12-game slate. To gain leverage in GPPs, stacking is a strategy that every DFS player should use. Rostering a quarterback with one or more of his pass catchers gives lineups the upside it needs to have a chance at finishing near the top of the leaderboards. The NFL DFS advice below will evaluate how to utilize NFL DFS stacks for Week 10 DraftKings and FanDuel lineups by finding the top the stacking options from Awesemo’s Top Stacks Tool. The Top Stacks Tool will break down the stack in terms of its overall projection of being the No. 1 stack of the week, the ownership of the quarterback, if it is a value or not and the overall leverage on the rest of the field.

Top NFL DFS Stacks for Week 11 on DraftKings + FanDuel

Top Stack: Kansas City Chiefs

Hosting the Cowboys, the Chiefs sit atop Awesemo’s Top Stacks Tool for Week 11. Kansas City’s implied team total is the highest on the slate (29.3 points) and this contest’s total is also the largest on the board by a huge gap (56 points). Via Awesemo’s Advanced Stats, both the Chiefs and Cowboys rank inside the top-five in game script adjusted pace. Additionally, Kansas City is one of the most pass heavy offenses in the NFL, ranking fifth to last in game script adjusted rush rate. After a few underwhelming performances, Patrick Mahomes looked like a superstar again last week vs. the Raiders, completing 70% of his passes for 406 yards and five touchdowns, both of which are season highs for the quarterback. For the season, Mahomes ranks second in pass touchdowns (25) and yards (2,940). Dallas ranks 11th yards per attempt allowed (7.1) and Mahomes owns a career average of 28 DraftKings points per game in totals of 50 points or greater.

As for players to pair with Mahomes, Tyreek Hill is the undisputed No. 1 option. The receiver ranks ninth in target share this season (27.4%), fifth in red-zone targets (14) and sixth in targets over 20 yards (18). Hill has been relied on heavily as of late, with double-digit targets in six of his last seven games and is producing 24.2 DraftKings points per game in totals over 50 points over the past two seasons. Via Awesemo’s Boom Bust Tool, Hill’s ceiling is the second highest on the slate among all skill players on DraftKings this week. Next is Travis Kelce. The tight end caught eight of his 10 targets for a season-high 119 yards last week and ranks in second target share for the Chiefs this season (22.2%), while leading the team in route rate (88%). Furthermore, Kelce ranks fifth in the league in yards after the catch (381) and has topped 20 DraftKings points at 57% clip in totals over 50 points for his career. By a decent margin, Kelce boasts the highest tight end projection for both DraftKings and FanDuel this week.

Hill and Kelce stand far above the rest of the Chiefs’ pass catchers, but if looking for a cheap option to stack with Mahomes, Bryon Pringle makes sense as a dart for GPPs. In last week’s win over the Raiders, he saw a large upgrade to his role. He ranked third on the team with a season-high 34 routes and caught four of his five targets for 46 yards a touchdown. This season, Pringle leads the Chiefs in aDOT (14) and reception percentage (81.5%), excluding running backs. It is obviously risky, but if he maintains this role as the Mahomes’ No. 2 receiver, Pringle has excellent upside relative to his low salaries and will without a doubt be very low owned.

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Awesemo Top Stack Projection: 16.3% (highest)

Awesemo QB Ownership Projection: 10.1%

Top Stack: Buffalo Bills

Going against the Colts, the Bills rank right behind the Chiefs as the top offense to stack for Week 11. Buffalo’s implied team total ranks second on the slate (28.5 points) and this tilt’s total is also the second largest of the week (50 points). The Bills rank sixth to last in game script adjusted rush rate and this is a strong spot for Josh Allen. This season, the Colts are yielding the eighth highest yards per attempt (7.3) and most passing touchdowns in the league (23). Allen is averaging 7.5 yards per attempt this season, ranks sixth in passing touchdowns (19) and sixth in DraftKings points per dropback (0.61). He also is seeing 6.6 carries per game and has found the end zone three times this season as a rusher. Allen’s dual threat ability always gives him tremendous upside and no player has a higher ceiling than the quarterback this week according to Awesemo’s Boom Bust Tool.

Fresh off his best outing of the season, Stefon Diggs remains the best player to stack with Allen. In the win over the Jets, Diggs hauled in eight of his 13 targets for 162 yards and a touchdown, resulting in a season-high 33.2 DraftKings points. The receiver has now scored three touchdowns across his last four games. For the season, Diggs leads the Bills in target share (27.8%), including 17 red-zone targets, which ranks second only to Cooper Kupp. In addition to the elite usage in scoring territory, Diggs has been heavily utilized as a deep threat, ranking sixth in air yards (1,019) and eighth in targets north of 20 yards (17). Opposing receivers have exposed the Colts for the most touchdowns in the league this season (15), and Diggs should not disappoint in this dream matchup. Cole Beasley was very quiet last week against the Jets but had racked up 11 targets per game across his previous three. The slot receiver ranks second on the team in target share (20.7%) and third in route rate (87%) this season. Given Beasley’s low aDOT (5.8), he needs high volume to deliver, making him a better option on DraftKings, where players are reward a full fantasy point per reception. Allen’s third receiver, Emmanuel Sanders, has dramatically cooled off since a great start to his season, but still warrants consideration for large tournaments. His aDOT remains the best in the NFL (18.4) and his ugly game log should translate to minimal ownership.

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Finally, Dawson Knox needs to be on your radar for Bills’ stacks. The tight end made his return from a two-game absence last week and logged 90% of the snaps. When active this season, Knox has run a route on 71% of Allen’s’ dropbacks and while he has only been targeted on 13% of those routes, the tight end has scored five touchdowns in only seven games. Allowing the second most catches (60) and third most touchdowns to tight ends this season (six), the Colts are a juicy spot for Knox, and his price tags have dropped to very reasonable levels on both sites.

Awesemo Top Stack Projection: 13.8% (second highest)

Awesemo QB Ownership: 9.3%

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Value Stack: Cincinnati Bengals

Coming off their bye, the Bengals bring great upside this week at an affordable cost. They will be competing in the third highest total on the slate against the Raiders (49.5 points) and in this projected shootout, Cincinnati presents a healthy implied team total of 25.3 points. With Joe Burrow under center, the Bengals have been a pass first offense this season, ranking third to last in game script adjusted rush rate, per Awesemo’s Advanced Stats. With the high volume, the Heisman winner has been outstanding, leading the league in yards per attempt (9.2), ranking fifth in touchdowns (17) and fifth in completion percentage (68.9%). Burrow has recorded at least 20 DraftKings points in five of his last six starts and has the potential for over 300 yards and multiple touchdowns this Sunday.

As for stacking options, rookie standout Ja’Marr Chase is by far the best choice. He leads the Bengals in target share (25.9%), while running a route on 97% of Burrow’s dropbacks. Plus, Chase ranks fifth in touchdowns receiving (seven), fourth in targets greater than 20 yards (20), 11th in air yards (961), 12th in aDOT (14.6) and fourth in yards per reception (19). After Chase, Tee Higgins is the next best option. In the seven games he has suited up this season, Higgins has run a route on 87% of Burrow’s dropbacks and has obtained a target on 25% of those routes, including seven red-zone targets and nine targets over 20 yards. While Higgins’ upside does not compare to Chase’s, he is underpriced for his usage this season, particularly at only $5,400 on DraftKings. Lastly, C.J. Uzomah has some appeal as a GPP flier. While his target share has been very underwhelming (9.9%), Uzomah has run a route on 75% of Burrow’s dropbacks and this is one of the premier matchups in the league for a tight end. This season, Las Vegas has surrendered the second most receptions (60), second most yards (655) and third most touchdowns (six) to the tight end position.

Overall, with the Bengals coming off their worst showing of the season, they should be under owned as a stack, making this is an outstanding time to buy low on the pass centric offense.

Awesemo Top Stack Projection: 4.9% (seventh highest)

Awesemo QB Ownership: 4.8%

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