The top DFS bargains for Week 4

A little bit of digging can reveal some nice sneaky bargain plays in DFS. Brandon Marianne Lee finds some of the best ones this week.

| 4 weeks ago
(Michael Reaves/Getty Images)

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The top DFS bargains for Week 4

In order to create the perfect daily fantasy football lineup, you need to save money to spend money. This week, however, a lot of the DFS bargains are players with tremendous upside that you would want to play regardless of price tag.

In other words, enjoy. This is a fun week to find bargains.


Kirk Cousins, Washington Redskins (vs. Cleveland)
: $7,600 (13th among QBs, tied)
DraftKings: $6,500 (10th)
Yahoo: $38 (third)

If Ryan Tannehill can throw for more than 300 yards against the Browns, it seems likely Kirk Cousins will do the same. Cousins’ season started with some bumps, but last week he completed 21 of his 31 aimed throws for 296 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions. Tannehill threw two interceptions and fumbled the ball last week versus the Browns and still ended the week as a top-10 option. Cousins simply must be considered due to this matchup. Top-10 potential without a top-10 price tag in FanDuel, barely one in DraftKings (he’s not anything you’d call a bargain in Yahoo, but the matchup is still good).

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Brandon Marianne Lee is a PFF Fantasy contributor, a SiriusXM host, co-founder of Her Fantasy Football and was a finalist for FSWA's Newcomer of the Year in 2014.

  • Eric Thomas

    One whole QB huh? Big thanks for the helpful advice to play a QB agains the rugged Browns Defense there Brandon…

    • Daniel Kelley

      Hey, Eric, there’s far more than just one QB here. Make sure you’re logged in to DFS Pro or All Access to read the full DFS content.

      • Brian

        I signed up with RotoPass n am not impressed… What do I get from PFF with that subscription?

        • Daniel Kelley

          Hey Brian, sorry for the confusion. RotoPass subscriptions get you a Fantasy Gold subscription, which gets you access to all of our season-long and dynasty content. DFS content is its own membership called DFS Pro, or you can subscribe to All Access to see everything.

    • Brandon Marianne Lee

      Oh, my. So funny. That would be a great practical joke.

  • Thomas Ingram

    You know what? I will pay a site when it actually, you know, helps me win money first. Every site should give you a free week to check it out, see how you do with their tools and articles. You don’t make money, don’t pay.

  • JGaLaXY

    hmmmmm is this worth the mo cost?

  • MrEJplays

    Perfect or not my DFS winnings have more than paid for my all access subscription. I read the articles and use the DFS tools every week.

    • Brandon Marianne Lee

      Thanks for reading. I appreciate it.