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Fantasy Football QB-WR Stacks: Top DraftKings NFL DFS Quarterback-Wide Receiver Picks for Week 11

Matt Meiselman gives his top QB and WR stacks to consider on DraftKings for Week 11’s main NFL slate, which locks at 1:00 p.m. ET on Sunday.

Welcome to Week 11’s top fantasy football stacks analysis, where we’ll look at some of the best passing game options to consider for Sunday’s main DraftKings NFL slate. The concept to care about here is that quarterbacks and wide receivers generally have correlated fantasy point totals, meaning that one of them scoring points corresponds to the chances of the other one scoring points. For GPPs, we’ll want to keep an eye on ownership estimates, too, so the goal is to present a comprehensive breakdown of which passing game combinations could provide an edge in those DraftKings DFS tournaments.

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5. Carson Wentz ($5,700)/Travis Fulgham ($5,600)/Dallas Goedert ($3,800), Philadelphia Eagles at Cleveland Browns

The Eagles’ offense simply hasn’t been very good, but there should be chances for success against a below-average Browns defense in Week 11. The Eagles are also priced down a bit due to those recent struggles, and Travis Fulgham in particular looks like a decent GPP option at under $6K. At tight end, Dallas Goedert got hurt mid-game and was a let down as one of the most popular plays of the week, but he’s still cheap and should be a strong GPP option if too many people move away from him after last week’s dud.


4. Ryan Tannehill ($6,100)/A.J. Brown ($7,200)/Corey Davis ($4,800), Tennessee Titans at Baltimore Ravens

The appeal for the Titans’ passing game this week is purely from ownership, as it’s unlikely that the Titans have more than fractional popularity in most tournaments. It’s a below-average matchup in Baltimore, and the quarterback and skill-position players are a bit expensive, but Tannehill and A.J. Brown in particular have shown enormous upside even in games without a favorable opponent. Corey Davis provides some salary relief too, so that could be the way to get some savings from this route.


3. Deshaun Watson ($6,500)/Randall Cobb ($3,600), Houston Texans vs. New England Patriots

Jakobi Meyers ($4,900) has turned in two strong games in a row, and he figures to be one of the more popular receivers on the slate along with his quarterback Cam Newton ($6,200). Meyers is clearly underpriced, but with the high ownership it probably makes more sense to look to the other team in this game. On the Texans’ side, Randall Cobb hasn’t been a huge producer lately but he’s only three weeks removed from eight receptions and 10 targets, and he’s still priced below $4K. Brandin Cooks ($5,200) and Will Fuller ($6,200) should be somewhat popular too, and Cobb could be the best way to get a low-owned piece of this game.


2. Tua Tagovailoa ($5,800)/DeVante Parker ($5,700)/Jakeem Grant ($3,500), Miami Dolphins at Denver Broncos

The Dolphins’ offense hasn’t needed to do a ton over their recent winning streak, generating a lot more scoring from their defense than they’ll probably be able to get going forward. Week 11 could be another week where the defense shines against a bad Broncos team, but the Dolphins’ offense is also still relatively cheap and it doesn’t seem to be garnering much ownership either. If this does end up being a game where the Dolphins pass the ball more, Tua Tagovailoa and his receivers could wind up being strong GPP contributors. DeVante Parker and Jakeem Grant are solid stack options, and Mike Gesicki ($4,300) seems underpriced at tight end as well.


1. Aaron Rodgers ($7,000)/Davante Adams ($8,600), Green Bay Packers at Indianapolis Colts

Davante Adams has been as reliable as it gets in the NFL this season, and even in a “down week” last week he still managed eight catches for 66 yards and a touchdown. The conditions for the Packers will be much better in Week 11 — despite drawing a tougher defense against the Colts — largely because the game will be moving indoors and away from the Packers’ usual conditions with cold temperatures and impactful winds. Adams and Rodgers are a bit expensive, but because of that they figure to be lower-owned than several other QB-WR combinations this week.

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