DFS Digging In The Crates Daily 2022 Week 11 DraftKings

By Justin Lonero
Justin Lonero

Week 11

(DraftKings Main Slate)



Marcus Mariota vs. Bears ($5,500)

Marcus Mariota has been sufficient so far in 2022, averaging 16.5 Fantasy points per game through week 10. While he hasn’t put us over the top, he hasn’t made us feel scorned either. Mariota has also given us added rushing equity with close to 40 yards each week. This game against the Bears features one of the highest point totals on the board 49 o/u. Be may be forced to shoot out with Justin Fields.


Daniel Jones vs Lions ($5,700)

Talking Daniel Jones up, is similar to Marcus Mariota, in the sense that both have been cautious with the ball this season, and both add a little extra with their legs. Saquon Barkley has given Jones the nick name “Vanilla Vick”. While that is exaggerated, he does have a 100+ yard rushing day on the season, and has displayed 30+ point fantasy upside. Who better than the Lions to stay hot against? Dollar for dollar, he is a solid play week 11.


Running Backs

Rhamondre Stevenson vs. Jets ($6,700)

Rhamondre Stevenson has been the heart beat of the Patriots offense, and it’smby design. He has only rushed for 100+ yards once, but that can be attributed to his partially shared role with Damian Harris. He has also been involved in the passing game, as he’s averaged 20+ fantasy points in his last 5-of-7 games. We are paying for volume here, without the Saquon Barkley price tag. Im comfortable with Stevenson nearly every week as his floor has become 20 points.


Antonio Gibson @ Texans ($5,600)

Antonio Gibson has somewhat under achieved this season in the eyes of Fantasy owners, and it’s not all his fault. Gibson has found himself in a committee, like many other NFL teams. That said, Gibson has 13 or more touches in four straight games, and will get a Texans run defense that is dead last in the league. Miracle story Brian Robinson would make a strong pivot off of Gibson and comes at a $300 discount. Having exposure to both makes plenty of sense.


Wide Receivers

Courtland Sutton vs. Raiders ($6,000)

It has to get better for Russell Wilson and the Broncos, right? Can’t get much worse. Jerry Jeudy suffered an ankle injury week 10 and is questionable. Courtland Sutton should be THE target hog against a suspect Raiders secondary he saw week 5. Sutton was targeted 11 times week 10. This play is based on increased usage, and RW3’s NEED to feed Sutton. I don’t LOVE the price, but this week, wide receiver is a disaster. I think the two click at home.


Garrett Wilson @ Patriots ($4,900)

Garrett Wilson has been outstanding the last two weeks in the absence of Corey Davis and Breece Hall. Wilson has caught 14-of-16 targets for 207 yards, and a touchdown in that span. The Patriots were in that span. They are both two of the best pass defenses in the NFL. I’ll be using Rhamondre Stevenson on the Pats side, and in tournaments i’ll be running it back with Wilson.


Tight Ends

Dalton Schultz @ Vikings ($4,300)

Dalton Schultz has 30.8 Fantasy points over his last two games and has been a fixture for Dak Prescott when they have been healthy, and on the field together. The Cowboys have a bottom-10 defense against tight ends, and outside of CeeDee Lamb, Schultz is the only dependable, model of consistency for Dak. He’s too cheap.


Tyler Higbee @ Saints ($4,000)

The Rams Matthew Stafford are going to miss Cooper Kupp big time. Leaving the rest of the cast to step up in his absence. Tyler Higbee is going to be a big part of that cast. Last week Higbee caught 8-of-8 targets and should be once again leaned this week. Crate price, top-5 upside.


Defense/Special Teams

Patriots vs. Jets ($3,700)