DFS DraftKings Cash Game Breakdown 2018 Week 2

By Bobby Gomes
Bobby Gomes
Week 2:


Jimmy Garoppolo (6,000)
Like this as a bounce back spot for Jimmy. Garropolo would have had a much bigger week one if Kittle and Garçon didn’t both drop would be touchdowns. In week 2 the 49ers open as a 3.5 point favorite against the Lions and the spreadhas already moved to 6.5. The total also has moved from 47 to 48.5 since the open. The 49ers don’t have much of a running game so Jimmy is probably going to see a positive usage increase in a beneficial game script according to Vegas going to go back to him as my week 2 quarterback in cash.


Tevin Coleman (5,300)
With Devontae Freeman ruled out Tevin Coleman becomes automatic Chalk in cash games and tournaments. Coleman hasn’t touched the ball less than 19 times in any of the games he has played without Freeman. Even though the matchup isn’t great the excess usage should help Coleman get to the floor he needs in cash.

Wide Reciever

Devin Funchess (4,700)
Greg Olson’s targets have to go somewhere Funchess is cheap and he should also be the reciepient of the usage left over by Olson. The panthers just don’t have much else in the passing game with Ed Dickson having moved onto Seattle. They probably will lean on Mccafrey a little more but they're should definitely be excess targets for Funchess.

Tight End

George Kittle (4,000)
Kittle had an average week 1 but it would have been a lot better if he had been able to hang on to an 80 yard touchdown pass Jimmy dropped in his lap. He led the 49ers in targets in the Red Zone with 2. He and Jimmy have shown chemistry since Garropolo became the starter. For his usage and price Kittle is just too cheap and a must play in cash games.


Rams (3,700)
The Rams are 11 point favorites against the Cardinals. San Bradford should have to pass in this game so there should be a lot of opportunity for Aaron Donald an Ndomukung Suh to get after Bradford. Also Marcus Peters and Aqib Talib should continue to create do a good job on the outside ultimately forcing a turnover or two. We like to pay up for defense in cash. Pay up for the Rams in week 2.