DFS Cash Game Breakdown 2020 Division weekend

By Kyle Dvorchak
Kyle Dvorchak




Aaron Rodgers, GB

Both of the main DFS sites have joined the Sunday and Saturday games into one main slate this week so there are a lot of opportunity costs to consider when choosing a quarterback. Given that we know quarterbacks generally score similarly from the mid to high price range, it makes sense to pay down at QB and up at other positions. Rodgers has seven games of four or more touchdowns and only costs $6,900.





Tom Brady, TB

In the same vein as Rodgers, Brady is $6,300 despite finishing third in the NFL in passing yards per game (289.6) and tossed 40 scores, second only to Rodgers. Brady's game has a 51.5 total and he's a field goal underdog. His game looks to be the highest-scoring tight match and he's been on fire all year. At his price, Brady lets you get the most studs at other positions in your lineup.





Running Back




Alvin Kamara, NO

Kamara is simply the best back on the slate by a wide margin. In his first playoff game this year, Kamara rushed 23 times and fell one yard short of the 100-yard bonus. He only saw two targets but his team didn't need to throw the ball much as the Bears struggled to get on the board at all. As long as he's playing in a competitive game, Kamara remains a stud at a position without any others this week.



Cam Akers, LAR

Akers' team may not have a high implied team total but his volume more than makes up for that. In his previous six games, Akers has averaged 22.8 carries for 94.2 yards and .4 touchdowns. That's to go along with an additional two catches for 28 yards. He remains underpriced on both sites based on his immense role.





Wide Receiver




Davante Adams, GB

Always play Adams...always. He has more games with multiple receiving touchdowns than games with no receiving touchdowns. He has also topped 100 yards in six of the ten Packers wins he has been able to finish. Green Bay is favored by a touchdown this week.



Cole Beasley, BUF

Despite being listed as questionable heading into his Wild Card game, Beasley racked up seven receptions on as many targets. Removing Week 16 when Beasley injured his knee, he's averaging 5.7 receptions for 67 yards per game. He has topped the century mark five times.





Tight End




Rob Gronkowski, TB

Outside of Travis Kelce, tight end is gross once again this week. With a mid-priced QB, Kamara, and Adams in this lineup, he's out of the picture. That leaves Gronk standing as the cheapest viable tight end. Since Week 3, Gronk has averaged 41.2 yards and .5 touchdowns per game.