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Top value plays for Chiefs vs. Raiders NFL Showdown

We go over some ideal value plays for Sunday’s Chiefs-Raiders Showdown on DraftKings.

Las Vegas Raiders running back Devontae Booker eludes the grab of Denver Broncos linebacker Josh Watson on the way to scoring a touchdown during the fourth quarter at Allegiant Stadium. Stephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sports

The Kansas City Chiefs will travel to Allegiant Stadium for a Week 11 matchup against the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday in hopes of tying the season series with a win. Kickoff is set for 8:20 p.m. This game could be difficult to find value in when it comes to DFS, but we’ve identified some plays worth considering for $5,000 or cheaper.

Top value plays

Devontae Booker, RB, Raiders ($2,200)

Booker has seen a surge in production over the last two weeks. He notched a career-high 16 carries for 81 yards and two scores in Week 10. The Chiefs have given up the sixth-most rushing yards (1,246) in the NFL and Derek Carr is in a shooting slump. Las Vegas could focus on getting touches to Josh Jacobs and Booker.

Bryan Edwards, WR, Raiders ($1,200)

Edwards only played one snap in Week 10 and hauled in a 16-yard reception. He could get more work in his second game back from the IR and his size makes him an ideal red zone target. He’s a risky play because he could have little exposure but could return a ton a value with a score.

Daniel Carlson, K, Vikings ($3,800)

Carlson entered Sunday as the NFL’s top fantasy kicker. He’s reached double-digits in DKFP six times in nine games. The Raiders could be forced to settle often in the red zone because of Carr’s passing struggles so Carlson could thrive by getting east attempts.

Mecole Hardman, WR, Chiefs ($3,600)

Hardman is off the Covid-19 list and will remain a regular on passing downs with Sammy Watkins still recovering from hamstring and calf injuries. While Demarcus Robinson ($4,400) played more snaps in Week 10 Hardman has just as much upside.