DFS Cash Game Breakdown 2020 Week 16
Mitchell Trubisky, CHI
Trubisky came back to the starting lineup for Chicago in Week 12 and has been a solid fantasy option ever since. He has averaged 19 DraftKings points per game on the back of 244.5 yards through the air and 19 yards on the ground per game. He also has at least one passing touchdown in all four of his starts.
Jalen Hurts, PHI
Hurts got priced after going for over 40 DraftKings points but his $7,000 price tag for Week 16 may still be too low. Through two starts, Hurts is averaging 14.5 carries for 84.5 yards and .5 touchdowns on the ground. He's also averaging 7.9 adjusted yards per attempt. He gets the Dallas defense that is allowing an above-average amount of fantasy points to opposing QBs.
Le'Veon Bell, KC
Clyde Edwards-Helaire is out this week, potentially leaving a massive role for Bell. Two weeks ago, CEH was sat with the flu. In his absence, Bell saw 64.7% of his team's running back carries and 60% of the running back targets. The Chiefs are 10.5 favorites with a 32.35 implied team total.
Darrell Henderson, LAR
With Cam Akers likely done for the regular season, Henderson is likely to take on the primary between-the-tackles role for the Rams. He largely operated in this role from Week 2 to Week 12. Henderson averaged 13 touches per game over that span and scored four times through nine games. He's only $4,500 on DraftKings this week.
Denzel Mims, NYJ
In the games he has played this year, Mims has posted a 24% target share to go along with a 38% target share. He may play on an atrocious offense, but he's that offense's top receiver. His prices on both DraftKings and Fanduel don't reflect that.
Robby Anderson, CAR
Anderson is simply a mismatch of volume versus price. His $5,500 is nowhere close to the role he plays. On the year, he has a 36.6% air yards share and a 26% target share. The Panthers are slight underdogs this week which should help skew their passing volume up. Based on his role, Anderson should be the primary beneficiary of that increase in attempts.
Dallas Goedert, PHI
Over the past six weeks, Godert has seen at least six targets in every single game. He has seen a 21% target share and a 23% air yards share over that span. Now that he has a competent quarterback under center, Goedert's job as his team's No. 1 pass-catcher is becoming increasingly valuable.
Cole Kmet, CHI
Kmet took over as the starter four weeks ago and has averaged 4.4 targets per game. The Bears are passing on 63.4% of their plays this year and have a 27.25 implied team total. Kmet is simply a cheap way to tap into that fantasy goodness.
The Texans face Ryan Finley this week. In his career, Finley is completing less than half of his passes and throwing an interception at a 3.4% rate. He has also taken a sack on 14.4% of his dropbacks. This doesn't have to be hard.