SuperDraft NFL DFS Multiplier Plays - Week 7
SuperDraft is back with another big GPP. This week it’s the $80K Redzone contest featuring a great payout structure with 10K to first place and $5,000 to second.
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Here are the Multiplier plays I’m looking at to play in this week’s $80K Redzone tournament.
QB Jacoby Brissett 1.5x – SuperDraft changed up their multiplier pricing for the QB position three weeks ago. Before doing so, we found starters like Matt Stafford (Wk 1), Kyle Allen (Wk 2), and Daniel Jones (Wk 2) with the 2x multiplier. Those are the days no more. In fact, Jared Goff made the winning lineup with a 1.2x multiplier in Week 4. We saw a higher QB multiplier in the winning lineup in Week 5 with Teddy Bridgewater 1.45x. Regardless, it’s no longer necessary to find that low-hanging fruit at the QB position.
This week I’ll be targeting Jacoby Brissett (1.5x). Brissett gets T.Y Hilton back in game against Houston that has potential to be high scoring. Others will playing Murrary, Jackson, Jones and Goff at lower multipliers, but I’m hoping Brissett’s multiplier and ownership will give us the leverage we need to take down a GPP.
RB Jamaal Williams 1.85x – Green Bay’s Jamaal Williams went off last week in his first game back from a concussion Week 4. Thanks to Aaron Jones huge performance against Dallas while Williams was out, people forgot that Williams had received 14 touches against the Denver Broncos in Week 3 and that he was in on the first drive of the game against Philadelphia before getting hurt. This 1.85x multiplier is too good to pass up.
WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling 1.65x – We had another good run with our receiving picks last week as we sided with Robbie Anderson and Jamison Crowder. This week we’re rolling what will likely be Aaron Rodgers no. 1 target so long as he’s healthy. Geronimo Allison left Monday night with a concussion and won’t be playing Sunday and Davante Adams continues to miss practice with turf toe. Now 5-1, I don’t think the Packers will rush Adams to return MVS also suffered an injury Monday night, so his status is currently questionable. Keep an eye on any news between now and Sunday. If he’s active, be prepared to put him in your lineups.
TE Darren Waller 1.5x – Waller is a great candidate to run back with in your Williams/MVS stacks. The tight end signed a large contract extension this week and will look to show he’s deserving against a Green Bay’ zone defensive scheme that is vulnerable to tight ends. As Darek Brown points out, Waller has caught 26 of 28 targets when facing a zone defense this season.