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Week 13 Daily fantasy picks: FanDuel cash game advice

By Tyler Buecher
Nov 29, 2018

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Oct 28, 2018; Charlotte, NC, USA; Carolina Panthers wide receiver DJ Moore (12) runs after a reception in the second quarter against the Baltimore Ravens at Bank of America Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports

As we head into Week 13 of the NFL season, it’s time for a look at the top cash game plays in FanDuel DFS games for fantasy football purposes.

Winning FanDuel cash game lineups continue to have one common theme across them. If you can have an accurate projection on a player’s potential targets and volume within an offense, you can find the best cash game plays of the week. That’s our overall goal here within this weekly article. Fine-tuning the best process in order to play the highest scoring cash game lineups possible. Let’s see what Week 13 has in store for us.


Unlike DraftKings, quarterback pricing on FanDuel remains a weekly challenge for us to find the perfect combination of floor, ceiling, and value.

We knew the rushing production would make Lamar Jackson an elite fantasy quarterback, we just didn’t know the extent of it. After rushing for 27-119-0 in Week 11, he hit the ground running again in Week 12 for 11-71-1. He’ll now face a Falcons defense that is top-10 in most rushing yards allowed to opposing quarterbacks and top-five in rushing touchdowns allowed. Jackson should also have easy throwing lanes in the middle of the field where Atlanta is most vulnerable. The Falcons have allowed the third-highest completion percentage to date, and we can expect a lot of his passing to funnel to the center of the field between the hashes where Jackson’s made the majority of his throws to date.

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